|Part Number||Lumber Wizard 3 Pro Ext|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.8 x 8 x 2.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||13704|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Wizard Detectors 25506 Lumber Wizard III Metal Detector
|Sale:||$79.95 & FREE Shipping|
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- Detects metal in all types of woods up to 6 inches thick--including particle board and solid woods
- Features a low voltage vibrator, which alerts the user when metal is detected
- Pinpoints exact location of metal objects
- No calibrating, no measuring, no guessing
- 9-volt battery required (battery not included)
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Top Customer Reviews
Adjusting is simple now. With the single recessed screw, you simply hold it up in the air and turn the screw until it starts to squeal, then back it off just enough for it to get quiet. Now you are at the maximum sensitive setting. It is intuitive and simple enough, that you don't mind, setting it, every time you use it.
Next I wanted to check the accuracy of the unit. I took an aluminum screw and parked it under a 2x4. When I passed it over the squeal rang out. Good there, then I put the screw under two 2x4s, and it didn't find it. Hey if it is buried 3" deep, I wouldn't normally need to be concerned about it. The instructions call for passing over both sides of the wood, so that would cover even a piece of metal inside of a 3" piece of wood. Then I went over to a piece of 3/4 oak, and put a small brass screw under it, it rang out. Then I put it under two 3/4" pieces of wood it rang out again. Under three it failed to notice it. So the unit is great for depths up to 1 1/2".
The other thing worth mentioning is that this is a rather large unit, with the last 7" containing the sensor area.Read more ›
I did one sensitivity test. I drove 1/2" 18guage finish nail from my air gun into a 3/4" block of wood recessing it a fraction of an inch below the surface. The big unit picked up the brad on both sides of the wood. The little unit couldn't find it. I believe it's because their isn't enough mass in the tiny nail. If you like to recycle lumber or repair old furniture then the red unit will save your planer and saw blades which = frustration and money. It's great for finding hidden nails in repaired furniture
I would highly recommend this product for this purpose!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
extremy quick shipping on a non-prime order. free upgrade to latest model (which sells for $20 more). very pleased.Published 2 months ago by shopnomore
The directions are clear, but this unit needs a lot of fine tuning before each use. It was inconsistent in finding nail heads on the surface let alone nails imbedded in the wood. Read morePublished 2 months ago by rsms
Strange- When I first activated the detector it wouldn't detect any metal unless I held it practically against the test metal (which happened to be a screwdriver); all the lights... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Scooter
Very nice tool works very well. Just wish the sensor area was a little bigger. Works great though.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer