StudPoP® magnetic stud finder
“The only stud finder that you’ll ever need”
has just rated StudPoP#1
Lou Manfredini having fun with
the StudPoP on WGN in Chicago
StudPoP is on QVC!!
Recently I was interviewed by the folks at
“The Financial Exchange” in Boston.
Don’t let the StudPoP’s $10 price tag fool you. Many
folks had their doubts about something so low-priced being able to compete with the
higher priced models.
If you think that the StudPoP® is just
another magnetic stud finder…
The StudPoP makes the ideal gift for him or her.
And it’s only 10 bucks!
Pick some up for stocking stuffers.
They were a huge hit last Christmas.
“WOW!! I really needed a stud finder and was set to purchase one at $80, but I bought this little gadget just to see. Man was I surprised. Within 30 seconds of taking it out of the package I had found my first stud and the gadget was stuck to the wall. I laughed at how something so small and cute, could do exactly what I needed it to do. I’m going to buy a bunch for stocking stuffers for Christmas.”
Why is the StudPoP is the most popular moving magnet stud finder in the world?
The StudPoP® is…
The most popular moving magnet stud finder in the
Going to work as good as or better than the
electronic stud finders, including the very popular $50
Franklin Pro Sensor, probably the best electronic stud finder on the market…but
also the most expensive.
Going to find studs by finding the metal fasteners in
Going to locate your first stud in less than 60
Going to work on virtually any kind of wall
Guaranteed to be easy and fun to use.
Invented by a contractor.
Made in the USA
A rare earth “super” neodymium magnet. 1″ x 1/8″
diameter. Larger than any of the competition.
A great refrigerator magnet when it’s not finding
The best thing since sliced bread ; )
The StudPop® is NOT…
Attracted to wood.
Difficult or slow or frustrating. Just follow the
“Just a magnet” housed in plastic.
The same as a magnet that you pick up for $2 at Home
“Too weak” to work on plaster or lath.
Going to find the “edges” of the stud. That’s not
important since you’ve already found the “center”.
A “gimmick” or a “toy”.
“Fooled” by wires or pipes in the wall.
Always going to make a loud “pop” sound. It depends
on the construction of your wall.