The Filler Detective
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The Filler Detective™ will find hidden body damage and body filler on a car, truck or motorcycle. It will tell you where it is, AND how deep it is. THIS METER DOESN’T MISS.
This is a one-button tool that lights up and sounds off when it detects exactly where the body filler is that was used to repair any damage. You can spot check the body of the vehicle, or safely slide it on the micro-fiber nose over a whole panel. The sound is detectable even in noisy environments such as auctions, car shows, or large crowds. The lights are visible in bright sunshine and exceptionally brilliant in any lesser lit areas.
Winner of SEMA Show 2011 1st Place Award - Best New Product: Tools & Equipment
- Sound Alert for location and depth of hidden previous damage
- Visual LED Alert - For Depth, Bright, daylight visible LEDs
- 9 Volt Duracell Battery (included) operated, no charger to lose
- Fits in standard shirt pocket
- Stainless Steel belt clip
- New technology (patent pending)
- Low Battery indicator
- 1 Year limited warranty
- Protective Micro-Fiber contact pad to prevent paint scratches
- Lanyard for ready hand hold access
- Screwdriver for battery cover
- Portable verification plate for accuracy confirmation
- Bright green rubberized paint for visibility and durability
- Made of ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) High grade Automotive parts plastic, die formed
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