Black And Decker TLD100 Thermal Leak Detector Finds Power-Draining Drafts

Black And Decker TLD100 Thermal Leak Detector

If tracking down power-draining drafts in your home is literally driving you up the wall, this clever infrared scanner will effortlessly uncover those hidden leaks – potentially saving you as much as 20 percent on your heating and cooling bills. Called the Black And Decker TLD100 Thermal Leak Detector, it lets you easily monitor your home’s energy efficiency in both hot and cold weather, finding energy-wasting drafts around fireplaces, windows, recessed lighting, electrical outlets and floor moldings, as well as from weak seals and caulking that may appear sound upon visual inspection.

Detecting small to vast differences in temperature with selectable tolerances of either 1, 5 or 10 degrees, the Black & Decker Thermal Leak Detector automatically switches between shining a blue light for cooler leaks, or a red one for hotter targets and makes analysis of a problem area easy thanks to its bright, easy-to-read LCD.

Also helpful for optimizing your refrigerator’s temperature settings or even diagnosing car engine troubles such as overheating, the Black And Decker TLD100 Thermal Leak Detector displays temperatures in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, includes a 2-year warranty, has a handy 5-step guide with tips on sealing the leaks you uncover and is available now shipped FREE by Amazon.com for $49.99.

How does it help?
  • Saves up to 20% on your heating and cooling costs.
  • Detects small to vast differences in temperature with tolerances of either 1, 5 or 10 degrees.
  • Easily identifies drafts in your home.
  • Includes an LCD that shows temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
  • Includes a 5-step draft-busting guide with tips on how to seal leaks.
Where can I buy it?

Store: Amazon.com
Price: $49.99

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Amazon.com

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Comments (3 Responses):

WOW, that is a cool device. I have an old house, so finding drafts is a good thing to do.

Boy, this is some high-class site

Fantastic looking device! I am going to give this to my parents.

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