Little Wizard II Denailing Metal Detector
The Little Wizard was created by @BillyCarmen beginning 1999 and are the only metal detectors created specifically for woodworkers to us when denailing reclaimed wood.
Like any specialized tool this detector requires proper tuning and understanding of how to properly use. It's a Wizard but it is not magic!!! It's a real life metal detector that works very well when used as suggested. So please read and understand the directions. We are here 100% if you need.
For Best Detection Requires NEW 9 volt battery with at least 8.6 volts. We suggest Duracell (not lithium batteries). Please do not just grab a battery out of your drawer and flop in. Save yourself time and detect metal with a brand new shiny full strength Duracell (non lithium) battery. A fresh battery is your best friend in metal detection!!!
The Little Wizard is a precision hand held metal detector designed especially for woodworkers to use when denailing reclaimed wood. Perfect for scanning recycled wood for denailing to help find screws and nails before planing, routing, sanding or sawing, and other forms of metal detection.
The Little Wizard accurately indicates metal buried inside recycled wood by emitting a high pitch beep tone and illuminating an array of LED's. The Little Wizard can pinpoint the exact location of metal. No guessing, extensive physical searching or unnecessary visual searching is needed with the Little Wizard for denailing.
The Little Wizard is widely used by woodworkers everywhere for denailing reclaimed wood. It will save your steel woodworking blades and knives. It's 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 Wizards adjustable sensitivity makes pinpointing easy and accurate. The Little Wizard precisely indicates metal by emitting a high pitch beep tone and illuminating an array of LED's.
There's simply no better economical, portable metal detector made for helping with denailing wood.