Magnetic Stud Finder & Level

By StudPoP


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Hanging a frame, mirror, or shelf is easier with a Made in the USA magnetic stud finder and level tool that doesn’t need batteries or calibration to do the job. Slide it along the wall and the indicator will pop up and click when it detects a stud. Magnets in the tool can find metal fasteners on a stud up to half an inch deep in the wall, and it has a built-in hole for you to mark the just-right spot to hang.

  • Made in the USA: Maine
  • Materials: ABS plastic, neodymium magnet
  • Includes: One 9” tool with two magnetic stud finders, one horizontal level, one vertical level, and one push pin
  • Instructions: To find a stud, rub the tool over the wall. When you run over a metal fastener in a stud, the indicator will “pop” and stand up perpendicular to the wall
  • Easy to use, no batteries or calibration required
  • Audibly clicks when a metal fastener is found
  • Powerful magnets can detect metal fastener up to 0.5” deep
  • Tool is 1.5” wide, making it easy to map out stud edges
  • Features two magnetic holes to keep push pin in place. Top hole is for storing the pin, the bottom hole is used to mark the center of the stud
  • Works with most construction types: plaster, wood lath, sheetrock, and metal studs
  • Please note: Does not work on lath made of wire mesh
  • Dimensions: 1.5" x 9" x 1.5"
  • Weight: 0.4 lb.

23 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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I love it

2/13/2019 by Pilar



Stud Finder

1/14/2019 by Monte

I've needed one of these for a long time, glad that you offered one at a very reasonable price. Have not had a need for one yet, but now I Own one, thanksMore > < Less


Simple, Effective and Blind-compatible

1/7/2019 by James

My Father-in-law is visually (and hearing) impared but still likes to help out and repair things around the house. This very simple magnetically-based finder that wobbles the joystick looking things whenever it goes over a nail is perfect for the task (and he really disliked trying to use an LED finder only to discover dead batteries yet again.) My first unit had a minor defect in that one of the magnetic disks had become detached from the joystick, but they shipped a new one quickly to replace it (and eventually you can pry off the back and re-glue it wth a little cyanoacrylate glue.) The thumbtack pin is held in with magnets as well, and usually stores in either of the designed holes. Quite sturdy and will last until you drive over it with a truck.More > < Less


Works great

11/7/2018 by Marsha

I purchased this as a gift for my husband because traditional stud finders were a pain. He is in the middle of some renovations and uses it a lot. He loves it.More > < Less



10/18/2018 by Katy

We live in a home built in 1960 and I don’t know if they used standard spacing for studs or if we just have some bad worksmabship but this has been a really helpful tool. It’s handy and convenient and I really like the tack to make a little notch.More > < Less

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About 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.