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World best stud finder 29.97

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[Costco] World best stud finder 29.97

I've been waiting to buy this on sale and finally found it at costco. I bought mine from Costco retail store today on production way (Burnaby). They have a bunch of other tools on clearance so make sure to check them out.

This is the best stud finder because it has 13 sensors and tells you exactly where the wall studs are. The one at Costco is the one with a leveler and ruler. For the studs others are looking for, try tinder or the local bar.

The exact product is this: https://www.amazon.ca/Precision-Sensors ... ision+stud
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Gee wrote: Where is the link to the product?
i have it in my post.
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What makes it the world's best? Or is that the name? Yeah, a link would help.

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jackass_ca wrote: If I recall, it looks like this one... was Originally $45.
Yes you are right. It was $45 few years back and it works great.
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hate seeing post with no link or photo :(
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Lurking on RFD for years. Finally decided to make an account...😂
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I have this stud finder and love it. Haven't tried it on a ceiling, but I can't see why it wouldn't work.
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It works well but I find isn't ideal for every situation. I also own a small magnetic sensor that finds nails already in the stud.

I bought the one below. Goes on sale periodically for under 15.00.

Amazon magnetic finder...
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amac wrote: It works well but I find isn't ideal for every situation. I also own a small magnetic sensor that finds nails already in the stud.

I bought the one below. Goes on sale periodically for under 15.00.

Amazon magnetic finder...
Came here to say this, a rare earth magnet will find the drywall screws for you, and a pack of them are not expensive
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Quentin5 wrote: Came here to say this, a rare earth magnet will find the drywall screws for you, and a pack of them are not expensive
+1 on the Hanson magnetic stud finder. Unfortunately it retails for much more in Canada than the US where you can find it for dirt cheap.
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Guys dont be so harsh on the OP on down votes, he seems to be a newbie and this was his first post.
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If you guys hang tight it will drop down to 14.97 and even 9.97

I remember pulling the trigger last year at 15$
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mwahahaa wrote: +1 on the Hanson magnetic stud finder. Unfortunately it retails for much more in Canada than the US where you can find it for dirt cheap.
You don't even need to go that far, one of these (any size) will do the job
http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.a ... 2363,42348
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bolethicle wrote: Has anyone used this to find studs in the ceiling?
Didn't work on my ceiling and also didn't work on older thick plaster walls. Works great on new drywall.

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