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My old stud finder has given up the ghost, it was a cheap and cheerful no brand make but did the job I needed it for - finding studs & joists. Has anyone got recommendations for a replacement?

Had a play with an expensive Bosch one the kitchen fitter had and found it horrible to use.
 

stoneworld

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My old stud finder has given up the ghost, it was a cheap and cheerful no brand make but did the job I needed it for - finding studs & joists. Has anyone got recommendations for a replacement?

Had a play with an expensive Bosch one the kitchen fitter had and found it horrible to use.
you need one of these....


enjoy.
 

AJshep

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I brought a di-log one.
I wouldn't recommend it, its horrible to use and beeps at anything.
 
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