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Anyone have one of these.
https://walabot.com/diy/?utm_source=...RoCZ5gQAvD_BwE
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wouldn't mind investing in Walabot Gary.Makes my old stud finder look sick.Thanks for showing it.Jamesjj

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Nope, and I don't have one of those fancy phones that you apparently need too.
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I have seen them before. This is the best price I have seen. As much as I would like to have it, I will pass.

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Looks interesting, Requires android 5.0 and up.
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Nope, and I don't have one of those fancy phones that you apparently need too.
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I noticed a neat Franklin stud finder at HD the other day. It's reviewed in this video. Locates the full width of the stud, which I prefer. Also helps locate horizoneal fire blocks for passing cables out of sight, inside the wall. About $51 on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/ProSensor-710...n+stud+finders

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I ordered . I have android 7.1 so should work. Let you know when I receive.
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I noticed a neat Franklin stud finder at HD the other day. It's reviewed in this video. Locates the full width of the stud, which I prefer. Also helps locate horizoneal fire blocks for passing cables out of sight, inside the wall. About $51 on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/ProSensor-710...n+stud+finders

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSO-wkCXRFM
I have one like it. It has worked fairly well for me over the past several years.
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I have one like it. It has worked fairly well for me over the past several years.
I have one too, agree that it works well - when the battery isn't dead. I have one that looks like a little silver plastic horseshoe with a red magnetic wiggler in the center - works every time.
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