Little Wizard II
The most economical portable metal detector available, the Little Wizard II is a precision handheld tool designed especially for woodworkers. It is perfect for scanning recycled wood for screws and nails before planing, routing, sanding or sawing, as well as other forms of metal...
The most economical portable metal detector available, the Little Wizard II is a precision handheld tool designed especially for woodworkers. It is perfect for scanning recycled wood for screws and nails before planing, routing, sanding or sawing, as well as other forms of metal detection. The Little Wizard II accurately indicates metal buried inside recycled wood by emitting a high pitch beep tone and illuminating an array of LEDs. Its small size and unique detection strength allow it to be used to quickly detect damaging nails, screws and other dangerous metal buried inside of wood. The Little Wizard II’s adjustable sensitivity makes pinpointing easy and accurate – no guessing, extensive physical searching or unnecessary visual searching is needed. The Little Wizard II is widely used by woodworkers everywhere. There is simply no portable metal detector made that is more economical or better.
- Perfect for scanning before milling your wood
- Accurate location with high pitch beep and illuminating array of LEDs
- Protects blades, planers, cutter heads, and jointers by detecting nails, screws, staples, or other metal objects in wood
- May be fine-tuned or adjusted to your environmental conditions.
- Requires one 9 volt standard Alkaline battery
- Battery life: up to 40 hours
- Dimensions: 2-1/2'' wide scanning head
- Height: 1-1/2''
- Length: 8-5/8''
- Weight: 5.7 oz.
- Under ideal conditions, the unit can detect a solid piece of metal up to approximately 3'', a large deck screw up to 2'', a medium nail up to 1”, a paneling nail up to ½''a wood staple up to 3/8''.
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