StudPoP

Simplified Finder

Maker John Blake created StudPoP magnetic stud finders after he found the (many) electronic versions he tried to be lacking. John noticed electronic stud finders were often inaccurate, so his simplified tools don’t need batteries or calibration to work. Just run one along a wall, and the indicator will pop up and click. Integrated magnets do a better job locating studs than electronic ones that can struggle with thicker walls found in older homes. StudPoP can detect a metal fastener in a stud through a wall up to half an inch deep. Now hanging things like a mirror, picture frame, or shelves is easier, in any type of space.

StudPoP

Magnetic Stud Finders

Simplified Finder

Maker John Blake created StudPoP magnetic stud finders after he found the (many) electronic versions he tried to be lacking. John noticed electronic stud finders were often inaccurate, so his simplified tools don’t need batteries or calibration to work. Just run one along a wall, and the indicator will pop up and click. Integrated magnets do a better job locating studs than electronic ones that can struggle with thicker walls found in older homes. StudPoP can detect a metal fastener in a stud through a wall up to half an inch deep. Now hanging things like a mirror, picture frame, or shelves is easier, in any type of space.
StudPoP
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Quick Questions

How does StudPoP compare to traditional stud finders?

The electronic ones are looking for density changes in the wall, which they use to figure out where there may be a stud. There’s no such thing as a stud finder that actually can detect wood. Older plaster walls are often thicker and the thickness varies considerably, which can result in some false positive readings for the presence of studs.

StudPoP works on almost any type of construction and can detect studs up to ½” deep in the wall. The StudPoP uses a strong magnet to detect metal rather than relying on sensing density changes in the wall. This is especially convenient for older homes that were built before the 1970s.

Note that the only construction the StudPoP does not work on is lath constructed of wire mesh.

How can I map out the edges of the stud?

The magnetic stud finders were designed to be 1.5” wide (the thickness of a standard stud) to allow you map out and visualize the edges of the stud.

What is the push pin for in the Magnetic Stud Finder & Level?

The push pin is included for two reasons:
1. You can use it to make a small hole with the push pin to mark the center of the stud.
2. If you want to keep the stud finder on the wall, you can push the pin in to support the tool.
The tool features two magnetized holes for the push pin to keep it from falling out. The top hole is for storing the pin whereas the bottom hole is for making a mark on the wall.

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StudPoP

Magnetic Stud Finders

Simplified Finder

Maker John Blake created StudPoP magnetic stud finders after he found the (many) electronic versions he tried to be lacking.

John noticed electronic stud finders were often inaccurate, so his simplified tools don’t need batteries or calibration to work. Just run one along a wall, and the indicator will pop up and click.
Integrated magnets do a better job locating studs than electronic ones that can struggle with thicker walls found in older homes. StudPoP can detect a metal fastener in a stud through a wall up to half an inch deep. Now hanging things like a mirror, picture frame, or shelves is easier, in any type of space. Read More Read Less
 

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Quick Questions

How does StudPoP compare to traditional stud finders?

The electronic ones are looking for density changes in the wall, which they use to figure out where there may be a stud. There’s no such thing as a stud finder that actually can detect wood. Older plaster walls are often thicker and the thickness varies considerably, which can result in some false positive readings for the presence of studs.

StudPoP works on almost any type of construction and can detect studs up to ½” deep in the wall. The StudPoP uses a strong magnet to detect metal rather than relying on sensing density changes in the wall. This is especially convenient for older homes that were built before the 1970s.

Note that the only construction the StudPoP does not work on is lath constructed of wire mesh.

How can I map out the edges of the stud?

The magnetic stud finders were designed to be 1.5” wide (the thickness of a standard stud) to allow you map out and visualize the edges of the stud.

What is the push pin for in the Magnetic Stud Finder & Level?

The push pin is included for two reasons:
1. You can use it to make a small hole with the push pin to mark the center of the stud.
2. If you want to keep the stud finder on the wall, you can push the pin in to support the tool.
The tool features two magnetized holes for the push pin to keep it from falling out. The top hole is for storing the pin whereas the bottom hole is for making a mark on the wall.

Learn more about the products

Magnetic Stud Finder see details Magnetic Stud Finder & Level see details
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