My review on stud finders
If you need to find a stud in the wall, then you have several options. The first is to make some small holes in the wall and eventually find a stud. And the second to use a special tool. Such a device is called a stud finder, and now the market has a great variety of them. In this review, I want to tell only about some of them.
The first model today is the Franklin Sensors ProSensor 710. With this tool, even a ten-year-old girl or a simple housewife will cope. This tool can detect any object behind the wall with a depth of up to 1.5 inches. Stud detector perfectly defines any type of wood or metal material. When the device detects a stud in the wall, the LEDs will light up in this place. Also ProSensor 710 does not require any calibration, which makes its use very simple.
The second is the Studpop. This is probably the cheapest stud finder of all that can be. The reason for this is that at the heart of this device is a neodymium magnet and there is nothing else. No batteries are required to operate this device. The downside is that the Studpop can only identify studs from metal and if you have wooden studs at home, then it does not suit you.
The last in today's mini review is the Bosch D-Tect Wallscanner. This is a professional tool for those who are engaged in construction. To use the house, it makes no sense to buy it because its price is about $ 700.However, this tool can scan not only drywall but also the concrete walls. The scanner also knows how to find live wires. This stud finder works on batteries, which sells with this device. And it's not surprising if you look at its price.