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Nokta - Makro Up Close Look Of New Products (video)

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On that web page, the photo on the right is clearly the PulseDive.

I assume the picture on the left is the Simplex, although not much detail is visible.

 

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The info supplied here may or may not be accurate.

https://md-hunter.com/wireless-nokta-scuba-pointer-new-2018-2-in-1/

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Dilek made the product announcements at the show in Germany.

Two products.  Here's what I recall:

1. PulseDive -- $189 complete with coil, $119 for pinpointer only.  Available to dealers and distributors on April 1.

Pulse detector and pinpointer combo, waterproof to 60 meters (200 feet).  Links with green wireless headphones already available. Available in yellow or black.

2. Simplex -- $299 -- "Hopefully available by summer".

Entry level detector. "The only thing that's entry level is the price."  Four detection modes (all metal, 2 tone, 3 tone, beach). Runs at 12 kHz. Weighs 2.9 pounds. Comes with 11 inch round DD coil.  Waterproof to 3 meters (10 feet).  Can use existing Nokta/Makro wireless headphones.  Does automatic ground balancing and tracking, not manual.

 

Someone please correct me if I got anything wrong.  She didn't give any specs (that I recall) other than what I listed above.  I'm sure specs will be coming soon.

 

 

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Kind of bummed, but it seems that the pinpointer will only pair with the latest “green “ headphones and not the “blue” that came with the Kruzer. 

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Similar video as above but camera shot different angle.

 

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