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In search of a Stud November 26, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Architecture.
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If you’re looking for a stud, and we don’t mean a date for this weekend, Zircon has developed a smaller version of its stud sensor for homeowners and home decorators.

Zircon’s StudSensor i20 OneStep can locate wood and metal studs up to three-fourths of an inch behind a wall. No more knock-knock-knocking on the wall when it comes to hanging pictures, plant holders, draperies, ceiling fans, shelves, cabinets or flat-screen TVs. The sensor has a bright LED display that indicates the edge of each stud, and unlike many other stud finders, it also identifies the stud’s center.

Zircon, based in California’s Silicon Valley, developed its first electronic stud sensor back in 1975. This new sensor, with a suggested retail price of $19.95, is sold at hardware and home-improvement stores. For more information, visit www.Zircon.com 

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