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New For 2014
Lumber Wizard 4 Laser Line
$149.95


Increased Depth Plus Laser Indicator


The New LUMBER WIZARD 4 Laser Line
With Deeper Detection, Laser Line Indicator and More Precise Tuning



Depending on temperature and humidity
it may take a few times to tune.

Please be sure to store your detector in a warm place.
Never allow it to fall below 42 degrees!


Precision Metal Detector For Locating Nails, Screws
And Other Metal Inside New and Recycled Wood.

Our Most Powerful Woodworking Detector
Instantly Locates Metal Inside Recycled Wood, New Wood or Timber




Lumber Wizard 4 Tuning Instructions


Fine Tuning Adjustment: If your Lumber Wizard 4 continuously beeps, or doesn’t detect, the unit may need a fine tuning adjustment. To fine tune your Lumber Wizard, turn the unit on. While holding the unit away from any metal, use a small screwdriver to turn the adjustment screw located on top of the unit. Turn the screw just to the point where the tone stops. Turn it off then back on. Test the unit on a visible piece of metal. Temperature Limitations: The Lumber Wizard 4 should never be stored or used in temperatures below 40 degrees or in damp or extremely humid or moist environments. Store indoors!

Lumber Wizard 4 Laser Line
Woodworking Metal Detector Review by Tom Hintz at NewWoodworker.com


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A Powerful Metal Detector Designed
Specifically For Wood Workers!

The New 2013 LUMBER WIZARD 4 Laser Line is the latest version of Wizard Industries' flagship woodworking metal detector. A powerful precision hand-held metal detector designed specifically for woodworkers, It helps detect small metal objects hidden inside new or used lumber. The new version features easier one-handed use, with automatic calibration every time the unit is turned on, and better false-positive rejection. Undetected nails, screws or other metal fragments can damage expensive jointer, planer and saw blades. Flying metal can also cause serious injury. Easy to use, the LUMBER WIZARD 4 Laser Line Metal Detector helps woodworkers prevent equipment damage and personal injury. The unit includes a vibration alert, allowing use of the LUMBER WIZARD 4 Laser Line in noisy workshops. The LUMBER WIZARD 4 Laser Line has received rave reviews from woodworkers and magazines across the country, and the new version is even better!

The most powerful woodworking metal detector made.


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

Detects nails, screws, wire, bullets and other metal objects buried inside of recycled wood.


Types of Metal Detected: Responds equally well to all types of metal, steel, stainless steel, zinc, magnesium, and aluminum. Locates, nails, screws, staples, tacks, bullets, 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.

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.





Built by Wizard Distribution July, 2000.
Wizard products are manufactured and
distributed by Wizard Distribution, Inc