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MSRP: $149.00 MAP: $129.00

Dealers are accepting pre-orders for the F-Pulse as of Monday, Nov. 13th with a late November early December ship date.

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The F-Pulse is completely waterproof to 10 feet and capable of operating in fresh and saltwater.

Features:
• Pulse Induction
• Beep, vibrate or both
• Lost mode alarm
• Single button operation
• 3 sensitivity levels
• Proportional response
• Retune
• Adjustable LED light
• Auto shutdown
• 2-AA batteries (not included)
• Belt holster included
• 2-year warranty
• Constructed from special
abrasion-resistant materials
(won’t wear through like other pinpointers)

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I am in line for one of these. The fact it is a PI pinpointer is enough for me to give it a go. Why the Fisher instead of Teknetics? I actually prefer the green as nice on the eyes, but red is just far easier to find if accidently dropped in the woods. Not something I normally do but cheap insurance! Not sure when it will get here (sometime in next couple weeks?) but when it does I will report back.

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Steve, please keep us posted when you get yours.  Be nice to do air test between the Garrett and the Fisher.

 

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It being a PI pinpointer I would not think air tests will be great. The way to test this thing will be in bad ground (which I have). It it can punch just a bit deeper than my Garrett Carrot than they have a winner. Though being a PI pinpointer another concern will be machine interference.

I am not sure when they are shipping - next week or two?

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12 hours ago, Steve Herschbach said:

It being a PI pinpointer I would not think air tests will be great. The way to test this thing will be in bad ground (which I have). It it can punch just a bit deeper than my Garrett Carrot than they have a winner. Though being a PI pinpointer another concern will be machine interference.

I am not sure when they are shipping - next week or two?

Air hots are pretty good (nickel @ 3+" @ med sens) and should be the same in ground. It has a frequency offset adjust (16 levels) so you can minimize interference.

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Thanks Carl, can’t wait to get mine! I assume you had a hand in this massive improvement in FT pinpointers :smile:

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22 hours ago, Geotech said:

Air hots are pretty good (nickel @ 3+" @ med sens) and should be the same in ground. It has a frequency offset adjust (16 levels) so you can minimize interference.

Wow that sounds awesome, my Garrett Pro Pointer gets 1 7/8" on a US nickel.  Thanks Carl.

 

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Still waiting for my new pinpointer so I am guessing that late November/early December ship thing did not happen.

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well I just bought a Pro Pointer AT a few weeks ago not knowing this one was coming, my fault, should have done more research, this one is likely to be better too for a very similar price, either way I'm happy with my AT so it's here to stay.

 

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On 12/16/2017 at 9:02 PM, Steve Herschbach said:

Still waiting for my new pinpointer so I am guessing that late November/early December ship thing did not happen.

 

On 12/16/2017 at 9:02 PM, Steve Herschbach said:

Still waiting for my new pinpointer so I am guessing that late November/early December ship thing did not happen.

I ordered mine dec18 but can only guess as to when it will be shipped. I hope it at least comes by the time my EQ800 arrives

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