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Craftsman SpotLite Pointer Stud Finder 60573

Item# 00949062000P | Model# 60573 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman SpotLight Stud Finder Sheds Light On Your Toughest Projects If you're the type who's given up on walls decorated with artwork or reconciled yourself to tossing bath towels over the shower rod, the Craftsman SpotLight pointer stud finder is the exact tool you need. The stud finder automatically detects the beam's center and illuminates a zone in which it's safe to hammer. It also detects hot electrical wiring, letting you know where to avoid hammering. No more knocking, listening and guessing where the stud might be. With this handy tool, you can proceed with confidence, knowing you won't pulverize the plaster or wreck the wallpaper. The Craftsman SpotLight stud finder is lightweight and easy to use. It features two modes: a normal scan, plus a deep scan that can penetrate 1.5 in. through most common wall and flooring materials. It automatically calibrates, so you can use it right out of the box.

  • The Craftsman SpotLight pointer stud finder is the perfect tool for hanging pictures, mounting TVs or installing bathroom bars - anything where it's essential to know where the stud is
  • The stud finder has two modes - scan and deep scan, which can examine 1.5" deep through most wall and flooring materials
  • It detects live AC electrical wiring as well
  • The pointer system detects the beam's center and shines a light that illuminates the safety zone
  • The stud finder automatically calibrates
  • Weighs .45 lbs.
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By UkeDoggie
July 16th, 2015
Great trouble-free operation for quickly finding studs

Over the last 30 years I've used several other stud finders, including brands like Zircon, Strait-Line (now Irwin), etc. This is easily the best one for quickly and accurately finding studs behind drywall. I got fed up with "Calibration Errors" trying to get readings from my previous Strait-Line one (which is now headed to the landfill). No such problems with this unit! Pros: - Comes with a 9V battery installed, ready to work once you extract the unit from the ubiquitous clamshell packaging. - No On/Off switch...it only goes On when you have the left-side switch pressed in. Result: No annoying battery drain issues. - The LEDs are nice and bright and visible in strong daylight, and give you a good idea of what lies underneath. The projecting "spotlight" LED is genius. Cons? - Not too sure about the AC hot wire detection. I would not rely totally on the accuracy of it myself.

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By geoffmarton
January 5th, 2012
Craftsman Stud Finder with SpotLite Pointing System

Our house is the most basic construction you can get: drywall over 2x4 studs, and all we want is an accurate indication of where the studs are. That's exactly what this tool is supposed to do, and it completely fails at its most basic function.

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robgar56

Stud finder

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I am pleased with the results of the stud finder. it did the job that it was intended for.

May 17th via mobile
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dldonley
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Rather good stud finder

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I used it to find studs and it worked ok.
I then used it to fine joists in the ceiling and it was not satisfactory.
I will recommend this to a friend with this comment.

May 6th via sears.com
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