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Lumber Wizard Wholesale

Lumber Wizard Precision Metal Detector Designed For Woodworkers. Wholesale

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UPC Code: 721633123200
Shipping Weight: 3 Pounds
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For Locating Nails, Screws And Other Metal Inside New and Recycled Wood.

A Powerful Metal Detector Designed Specifically For Wood Workers!

The Lumber Wizard is a powerful precision hand held metal detector designed specifically for woodworkers. The Lumber Wizard provides powerful precise detection of small metal objects which can be buried inside of used, and new lumber. Designed for use in noisy work shops. Includes a powerful low voltage vibrator to alert user when metal is detected.

The most powerful woodworking metal detector made.

Dimensions: Length 15 in., Width 3-1/8 in., Height 1-1/8 in. Weight: 13 oz.

Types of Metal Detected: Responds equally well to all types of metal, steel, stainless steel, zinc, magnesium, and aluminum. Locates, nails, screws, staples, tacks, bulletts, wire and other small metal objects that can destroy or damage planer, jointer and saw blades.

Electronics: Unit operates with an automatic tuning transmit/receive circuit. Provides precision detection pattern which helps prevent false alarms from rebar in floors and other surrounding metal.

Operating Frequency: 13 kHz / 6,600 Hz.

Power Requirements: One nine volt battery; standard alkaline, Typical battery life is eighty hours.

Switch: On / Off and stay on switch.

Alarm Indicators: Piezo tone beeper and LED RED light indicator are used to indicate the presence of metal.

Low Battery Indication: When battery drops down to 6.0 volts the unit operates with a warble tone and flashing light instead of the normal steady tone and light indicating a low battery. The unit will operate properly as the battery drops well below 5 volts. Once below 3 volts units will emit constant beep tone until unit shuts off.

The detectors' sensitivity is fully adjustable through an access hole in the handle to mis-adjustments while providing convenient and easy use.

(To find a retailer or place wholesale orders call 346-382-5642).


A note about metal detectors and tuning:

Tuning is important as metal detectors are sensitive to ground balance (the mineralization content in the soil around us all) and the amount of humidity in the air. 

Tuning allows the detector coil to concentrate on high-density metallic materials instead of the metals in the earth. Keeping the tuning precise and doing it often helps to find more small metal pieces in wood. 

The difference in the Lumber Wizard vs other types of wands is the ability to better control detection strength through precise manual tuning. Other metal detectors with autotune features do not detect as accurately since they can't be tuned to a very specific level. Those types are typically used for security and they are commonly used to detect huge metal objects such as weapons. The Lumber Wizard is made to help detect wire, nails, screws, and small pieces of metal. Thus the importance of tuning often. Think of it as sharpening a blade! 


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Product Specifications

Product Dimensions:
Length: 18 Inches
Width: 2.5 Inches
Height: 2 Inches

Package Dimensions:
Length: 21 Inches
Width: 8 Inches
Height: 2 Inches
Weight: 1.00 Pounds

Other Information:
UPC Code: 721633123200
Packaging Type: Clam shell
Power Requirements: 1 9-volt alkaline battery
Construction: Plastic over metal
Patents: Patent Pending

Inventors Bio

I'm Billy Carmen inventor of the Little Wizard Woodworking Metal Detector and founder of Wizard Industries. I created the Little Wizard in 1999 as a tool to help  woodworkers find buried metal located inside recycled wood. Commonly there are nails, screws, barbed wire, staples, bullets and other buried metals that can damage or destroy woodworking tools such as planer, router and saw blades. 

The Little Wizard caught on in the woodworking market as a needed tool right away and a few months later I developed the Lumber Wizard (a larger and stronger version of the Little Wizard. From 1999 over the course of the next three years  I went on to develop several other products that are now the driving force behind 4 brands of products under the Wizard name (WizardShopSpecsSecure Quick and Jolivete).

As our products and brands continued to grow from 1999 to 2001 I found several efficient, inexpensive and effective ways to get products into their marketplaces. In 2001 I began building a business methodology and suite of technologies that allowed other small brands to use the same product exposure and retailer penetration methods I used for my own produycts. In 2003 I discovered that my unique business methodology could be patented. In 2004 we filed fora U.S. patent for our business methodology and technology and in 2007 we were granted a U.S. patent (#7,249,064) for the way in which we do business.

During the course of building our own product lines from 2003 to today we have invited hundreds of companies to become a part of our product distribution so they too could experience the same type successes I experienced from the use of our unique business model. Today hundreds of companies have their products in our system and are using the business model to help move their products through our channels. 

So there ya have it! The short story of who I am. To see more about the unique system we've built and the amazing people that are as much a part of it as I see SmallBrandNation.com. To see more of the products I've created that are sold in retail stores around the planet see Wizind.com

Thank you for your interest in my story!

Billy Carmen
Wizard Industries


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