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Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow

Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow

Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
Franklin Sensors FS710PROProSensor 710+ Professional Stud Finder with Built-in Bubble Level & Ruler,Yellow
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Features

  • Prosensor 710+ professional stud finder with built-in bubble level and ruler
  • Small
  • Yellow

Description

High accuracy: uses 13 sensors to give accurate readings every time; one-step operation: just press the button; when placed on wall LED lights instantly indicate studs; deep sensing: more sensor pad area than other scanners results in deeper scan; triple accuracy technology analyzes and triangulates data from all the sensors for highest accuracy; Built-in bubble level makes this 2 tools in 1!


Manufacturer Franklin Sensors


Part Number FS710PRO


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 7.5 x 3 x 2.7 inches


Item model number FS710PRO


Batteries 2 AA batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Yellow


Item Package Quantity 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? Yes


ASIN B0195K8OT4


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,470 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,951 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #4 in Stud Finders & Scanners


Date First Available December 9, 2015


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Features

  • Prosensor 710+ professional stud finder with built-in bubble level and ruler
  • Small
  • Yellow

Description

High accuracy: uses 13 sensors to give accurate readings every time; one-step operation: just press the button; when placed on wall LED lights instantly indicate studs; deep sensing: more sensor pad area than other scanners results in deeper scan; triple accuracy technology analyzes and triangulates data from all the sensors for highest accuracy; Built-in bubble level makes this 2 tools in 1!


Manufacturer Franklin Sensors


Part Number FS710PRO


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 7.5 x 3 x 2.7 inches


Item model number FS710PRO


Batteries 2 AA batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Yellow


Item Package Quantity 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? Yes


ASIN B0195K8OT4


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,470 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,951 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #4 in Stud Finders & Scanners


Date First Available December 9, 2015


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Prosensor 710+ professional stud finder with built-in bubble level and ruler
  • Small
  • Yellow

Description

High accuracy: uses 13 sensors to give accurate readings every time; one-step operation: just press the button; when placed on wall LED lights instantly indicate studs; deep sensing: more sensor pad area than other scanners results in deeper scan; triple accuracy technology analyzes and triangulates data from all the sensors for highest accuracy; Built-in bubble level makes this 2 tools in 1!


Manufacturer Franklin Sensors


Part Number FS710PRO


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Product Dimensions 7.5 x 3 x 2.7 inches


Item model number FS710PRO


Batteries 2 AA batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Color Yellow


Item Package Quantity 1


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? Yes


ASIN B0195K8OT4


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,470 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,951 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #4 in Stud Finders & Scanners


Date First Available December 9, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews I have been renovating a house with my father, and we have used his Franklin Sensors 710 (the original version) for years. I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of stud sensors (of which I have three of various brands). I decided to pick one up for myself so that I could use it on some of my own projects. The "+" model is almost exactly the same as the original, save for the ruler on the top, the level bubble, and there is a slight size difference (less then 1/2" in all dimensions, see picture). As far as I understand there weren't any internal changes. I can see the usefulness of the level bubble, especially if trying to hang something like a picture and it isn't really worth getting a designated level. If you do have the original, it probably isn't worth buying the new version; but if you are trying to decide between the two, all else being the same, I would get the "+" version. The 710+ performs reliably, just the same as the original version. I know that I can trust the readings on this stud sensor, it is much more reliable then any other type I have used. I have completely torn down every walls of the house I am renovating to bare studs, so I am familiar with stud locations in each of the walls. When I put the sensor up to the wall, the studs are all exactly where I expect them to be (and on some of the walls with only one finished side I can check the other side of the wall to verify the readings). I included a picture if it in use, those familiar with construction know that one side or the other of a wall socket will have a stud, and the sensor correctly shows that in the picture. If you are serious about construction and find yourself regularly using stud sensors, the Franklin Sensor 710+ will almost certainly alleviate your frustrations with them.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of ...;;HandyDan;;;Works great, I like this much better than my magnetic stud finder. Overall quality of it feels cheap, as far as the flimsiness of the plastic. Really annoying trying to put batteries in here, they need to go in longways so they kept wanting to pop up in the middle before I put the cover on. The main thing that is annoying is the level detail is lacking with the indication lights. Why can't they add more lights to make this thing more accurate? The lights are about 1/2" away from each other which is kind of a wide margin of error if you're a perfectionist and want to hit dead center on a beam. It means you shift left and right a full 1/2" before the next indicator lights up. For the money, I expect a bit better quality but it works well enough so I am keeping it. Not sure there is much else out there anyway, but this device definitely is not the perfection the reviews make you think.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Accurate enough, but feels cheap and could benefit from more accurate indicator lights;;inkling;;;Used it in a critical application on 80 year old plaster walls, where it is expressly NOT guaranteed by the manufacturer, and it worked better than expected. This device allowed me to use long screws to hit the studs without expensive or elaborate anchors, and minimized the chance of cracking the old plaster because only a single small hole was required at each bracket location. However, using it on 1/2" sheet rock (drywall) where is should be infallible, it gives inconsistent results. Still, it is as as good as anything else I have found, so added it to my collection and even sprung for a purpose built case to protect it: [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077JNPLL5/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_22] Took of one star because it did not perform where is was guaranteed to perform. Still worth 4 stars because it is still the best I have found and deserves a place in you tool kit.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Not as good as it claims, but the best that I have found so far;;Tula Holic;;;These do not live up to the hype. Work fine for a person finding a stud to hang a picture maybe. Unfortunately, if there are any other objects behind the sheet rock be it wire, pipe, and even insulation it gives false readings or the lights just start blinking like a UFO. IF there are more than one stud in close proximity it gets totally confused. I'm an electrical contractor and where I need it to be most acurate and reliable is right around existing receptacles switches and close proximity studs and those are the exact places that it is not. Save your time and money and buy a simple magnet type stud finder that has a built-in level and cary a tape measure. I returned mine the very next day for a refund.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Does not live up to the hype. Contractor fail.;;tactical wannabe;;;I bought this thing specifically to locate ceiling joists, so that I can securely attach a beam across the ridge of a cathedral ceiling. The roof/ceiling is framed with trusses on roughly 24" centers and I know about where they are, but wanted to avoid making a bunch of holes to find each one. No luck with this thing - it's no better than my circa 1980 Sears Craftsman stud finder. What actually worked was using a stack of neodymium magnets to find sheetrock screws and then drilling holes to confirm the location of something solid above the ceiling. A stack of magnets is a lot cheaper, so don't waste your money on this gimmick.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Useless for finding ceiling joists;;windsor383;;;This thing is pricey, but like all the reviews say, it's the best stud finder I've used. I grew frustrated using the typical stud finder and constantly running it over a wall over and over to ensure where the stud was. This was much quicker and more reliable. The ruler and level are handy as well. Helps in marking out an area when mounting something to studs. It doesn't help to just know one spot, you need to know the whole area. It's expensive, but I got so sick of being unsure. Those days are over;;Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Not a great price, but I wanted to be confident and save time;;Drawring Simon

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By HandyDan - Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2017
I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of ...
I have been renovating a house with my father, and we have used his Franklin Sensors 710 (the original version) for years. I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of stud sensors (of which I have three of various brands). I decided to pick one up for myself so that I could use it on some of my own projects. The "+" model is almost exactly the same as the original, save for the ruler on the top, the level bubble, and there is a slight size difference (less then 1/2" in all dimensions, see picture). As far as I understand there weren't any internal changes. I can see the usefulness of the level bubble, especially if trying to hang something like a picture and it isn't really worth getting a designated level. If you do have the original, it probably isn't worth buying the new version; but if you are trying to decide between the two, all else being the same, I would get the "+" version. The 710+ performs reliably, just the same as the original version. I know that I can trust the readings on this stud sensor, it is much more reliable then any other type I have used. I have completely torn down every walls of the house I am renovating to bare studs, so I am familiar with stud locations in each of the walls. When I put the sensor up to the wall, the studs are all exactly where I expect them to be (and on some of the walls with only one finished side I can check the other side of the wall to verify the readings). I included a picture if it in use, those familiar with construction know that one side or the other of a wall socket will have a stud, and the sensor correctly shows that in the picture. If you are serious about construction and find yourself regularly using stud sensors, the Franklin Sensor 710+ will almost certainly alleviate your frustrations with them.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By inkling - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
Accurate enough, but feels cheap and could benefit from more accurate indicator lights
Works great, I like this much better than my magnetic stud finder. Overall quality of it feels cheap, as far as the flimsiness of the plastic. Really annoying trying to put batteries in here, they need to go in longways so they kept wanting to pop up in the middle before I put the cover on. The main thing that is annoying is the level detail is lacking with the indication lights. Why can't they add more lights to make this thing more accurate? The lights are about 1/2" away from each other which is kind of a wide margin of error if you're a perfectionist and want to hit dead center on a beam. It means you shift left and right a full 1/2" before the next indicator lights up. For the money, I expect a bit better quality but it works well enough so I am keeping it. Not sure there is much else out there anyway, but this device definitely is not the perfection the reviews make you think.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tula Holic - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2018
Not as good as it claims, but the best that I have found so far
Used it in a critical application on 80 year old plaster walls, where it is expressly NOT guaranteed by the manufacturer, and it worked better than expected. This device allowed me to use long screws to hit the studs without expensive or elaborate anchors, and minimized the chance of cracking the old plaster because only a single small hole was required at each bracket location. However, using it on 1/2" sheet rock (drywall) where is should be infallible, it gives inconsistent results. Still, it is as as good as anything else I have found, so added it to my collection and even sprung for a purpose built case to protect it: [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077JNPLL5/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_22] Took of one star because it did not perform where is was guaranteed to perform. Still worth 4 stars because it is still the best I have found and deserves a place in you tool kit.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By tactical wannabe - Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019
Does not live up to the hype. Contractor fail.
These do not live up to the hype. Work fine for a person finding a stud to hang a picture maybe. Unfortunately, if there are any other objects behind the sheet rock be it wire, pipe, and even insulation it gives false readings or the lights just start blinking like a UFO. IF there are more than one stud in close proximity it gets totally confused. I'm an electrical contractor and where I need it to be most acurate and reliable is right around existing receptacles switches and close proximity studs and those are the exact places that it is not. Save your time and money and buy a simple magnet type stud finder that has a built-in level and cary a tape measure. I returned mine the very next day for a refund.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By windsor383 - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Useless for finding ceiling joists
I bought this thing specifically to locate ceiling joists, so that I can securely attach a beam across the ridge of a cathedral ceiling. The roof/ceiling is framed with trusses on roughly 24" centers and I know about where they are, but wanted to avoid making a bunch of holes to find each one. No luck with this thing - it's no better than my circa 1980 Sears Craftsman stud finder. What actually worked was using a stack of neodymium magnets to find sheetrock screws and then drilling holes to confirm the location of something solid above the ceiling. A stack of magnets is a lot cheaper, so don't waste your money on this gimmick.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Drawring Simon - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2016
Not a great price, but I wanted to be confident and save time
This thing is pricey, but like all the reviews say, it's the best stud finder I've used. I grew frustrated using the typical stud finder and constantly running it over a wall over and over to ensure where the stud was. This was much quicker and more reliable. The ruler and level are handy as well. Helps in marking out an area when mounting something to studs. It doesn't help to just know one spot, you need to know the whole area. It's expensive, but I got so sick of being unsure. Those days are over

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By HandyDan - Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2017
I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of ...
I have been renovating a house with my father, and we have used his Franklin Sensors 710 (the original version) for years. I have noticed how much better it performs then any of the other types of stud sensors (of which I have three of various brands). I decided to pick one up for myself so that I could use it on some of my own projects. The "+" model is almost exactly the same as the original, save for the ruler on the top, the level bubble, and there is a slight size difference (less then 1/2" in all dimensions, see picture). As far as I understand there weren't any internal changes. I can see the usefulness of the level bubble, especially if trying to hang something like a picture and it isn't really worth getting a designated level. If you do have the original, it probably isn't worth buying the new version; but if you are trying to decide between the two, all else being the same, I would get the "+" version. The 710+ performs reliably, just the same as the original version. I know that I can trust the readings on this stud sensor, it is much more reliable then any other type I have used. I have completely torn down every walls of the house I am renovating to bare studs, so I am familiar with stud locations in each of the walls. When I put the sensor up to the wall, the studs are all exactly where I expect them to be (and on some of the walls with only one finished side I can check the other side of the wall to verify the readings). I included a picture if it in use, those familiar with construction know that one side or the other of a wall socket will have a stud, and the sensor correctly shows that in the picture. If you are serious about construction and find yourself regularly using stud sensors, the Franklin Sensor 710+ will almost certainly alleviate your frustrations with them.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By inkling - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
Accurate enough, but feels cheap and could benefit from more accurate indicator lights
Works great, I like this much better than my magnetic stud finder. Overall quality of it feels cheap, as far as the flimsiness of the plastic. Really annoying trying to put batteries in here, they need to go in longways so they kept wanting to pop up in the middle before I put the cover on. The main thing that is annoying is the level detail is lacking with the indication lights. Why can't they add more lights to make this thing more accurate? The lights are about 1/2" away from each other which is kind of a wide margin of error if you're a perfectionist and want to hit dead center on a beam. It means you shift left and right a full 1/2" before the next indicator lights up. For the money, I expect a bit better quality but it works well enough so I am keeping it. Not sure there is much else out there anyway, but this device definitely is not the perfection the reviews make you think.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tula Holic - Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2018
Not as good as it claims, but the best that I have found so far
Used it in a critical application on 80 year old plaster walls, where it is expressly NOT guaranteed by the manufacturer, and it worked better than expected. This device allowed me to use long screws to hit the studs without expensive or elaborate anchors, and minimized the chance of cracking the old plaster because only a single small hole was required at each bracket location. However, using it on 1/2" sheet rock (drywall) where is should be infallible, it gives inconsistent results. Still, it is as as good as anything else I have found, so added it to my collection and even sprung for a purpose built case to protect it: [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077JNPLL5/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_22] Took of one star because it did not perform where is was guaranteed to perform. Still worth 4 stars because it is still the best I have found and deserves a place in you tool kit.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By tactical wannabe - Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019
Does not live up to the hype. Contractor fail.
These do not live up to the hype. Work fine for a person finding a stud to hang a picture maybe. Unfortunately, if there are any other objects behind the sheet rock be it wire, pipe, and even insulation it gives false readings or the lights just start blinking like a UFO. IF there are more than one stud in close proximity it gets totally confused. I'm an electrical contractor and where I need it to be most acurate and reliable is right around existing receptacles switches and close proximity studs and those are the exact places that it is not. Save your time and money and buy a simple magnet type stud finder that has a built-in level and cary a tape measure. I returned mine the very next day for a refund.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By windsor383 - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Useless for finding ceiling joists
I bought this thing specifically to locate ceiling joists, so that I can securely attach a beam across the ridge of a cathedral ceiling. The roof/ceiling is framed with trusses on roughly 24" centers and I know about where they are, but wanted to avoid making a bunch of holes to find each one. No luck with this thing - it's no better than my circa 1980 Sears Craftsman stud finder. What actually worked was using a stack of neodymium magnets to find sheetrock screws and then drilling holes to confirm the location of something solid above the ceiling. A stack of magnets is a lot cheaper, so don't waste your money on this gimmick.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Drawring Simon - Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2016
Not a great price, but I wanted to be confident and save time
This thing is pricey, but like all the reviews say, it's the best stud finder I've used. I grew frustrated using the typical stud finder and constantly running it over a wall over and over to ensure where the stud was. This was much quicker and more reliable. The ruler and level are handy as well. Helps in marking out an area when mounting something to studs. It doesn't help to just know one spot, you need to know the whole area. It's expensive, but I got so sick of being unsure. Those days are over