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Dear Valued Members, 

We are proud to announce our new PulseDive Scuba Detector and Pointer that features our patented design! With the PulseDive, a user can transform their Scuba Detector into a Pinpointer and vice versa in a matter of seconds!

PulseDive is a very competitive and great product not only with its design, but also with its price point at $189 for the 2-in-1 set that comes in a fancy, water resistant, hard-shell carrying case and other accessories including a security lanyard! Why should you pay for a scuba detector and a pinpointer separately when you can get them both with the PulseDive. However, if all you want is the wireless enabled waterproof pinpointer only you can have that also for only $119!

Nokta / Makro PulseDive Scuba Detector & Pinpointer Comba

PulseDive Features: 

  • IP68 - Waterproof up to 60m (200ft.)
  • Pulse Induction - This powerful technology allows for very stable operation in saltwater or in any type of soil.
  • Built-in Wireless Module - Compatible with Nokta Makro 2.4 GHz Green Edition Wireless Headphones.
  • Rechargeable - 1650 mAh LiPO battery charges in less than 2 hours.
  • Detection Alerts & Indicators - 1.Audio Only 2. Vibration Only 3. Audio & Vibration & LED Indicator in addition to any of the above.
  • LED Flashlight - Easily see your target at night or when hunting underwater.
  • Rapid Retune - Ensures stable operation of the device with the push of one button.
  • Dive Mode - Provides easier operation under water by locking the keys and preventing them to be pressed by water pressure while deep diving.
  • Lost Alarm - After 5 minutes of inactivity, the device emits an audible alarm and LED starts flashing.
  • Replaceable Hard-Shell Case - The replaceable pointer coil comes with a hard-shell protection case to prevent wear of the detection tip.

PulseDive Set is available in 2 colors: Black or Yellow. 
Water Resistant & Durable Hard-Shell Carrying Case 
Pointer Coil 
Scuba Coil Cover 
Black or Yellow Replaceable Hard-Shell Case 
Battery Compartment Cover (For land use) 
Belt Holster 
Security Lanyard 
USB Charging Cable 
Coil Connector Dust Protection Cap 

PulseDive 2-in-1 set is available in 2 colors: Yellow and Black. PulseDive is also available as a pinpointer only


Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you!

Nokta/Makro PulseDive Scuba Detector & Pinpointer Specifications


Nokta/Makro PulseDive Scuba Detector & Pinpointer Package Contents


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Nokta/Makro PulseDive brochure page 1

Nokta/Makro PulseDive brochure page 2

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The “pinpointer only” version sells for only $119 which is the same as other similar units like the Fisher F-Pulse. 


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It looks the most innovative pinpointer on the market, well done Nokta.

I like the idea of a replaceable pinpointer search head being that's the part that wears out.

One of these might be on my wish list by the looks of it.


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I think this is pretty slick.  I use the EQ800 in shallow water to 3' deep. Our  lake bottoms here are packed gravel.   Its hard to pinpoint the target with a 11" coil.  That 5" coil will be a slick pinpointer. It should cut my target recovery time by quite a bit. I also like the replaceable tip cover as Phrunt pointed out.  I have to keep my Garrett carrot dry as the tip is starting to wear thru.  I epoxied it, but care is warranted.

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If you would like to read an amusingly enthusiastic review of this pinpointer/detector combo check out Jack Barlow on Findmall:smile:

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Classic, that guy is very excitable! Like a kid in a candy store.

I feel like I've also got one in my hand right now after reading that 🙂

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