The PRO-FIND 25: Introducing Minelab’s new pinpointer

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To be released to the public on July 30, Minelab have unveiled their brand new pinpointer probe: the PRO-FIND 25.

Giving you the ability to locate coins, rings, treasure and gold with speed and accuracy, the PRO-FIND 25 uses Detector Interference Free (DIF) Technology to enhance your detector, be it Minelab or another brand – making it an essential part of your detecting tool kit.

The new PRO-FIND 25 is expected to include a host of features, including:

Proportional audio/vibration response

For greater accuracy the PRO-FIND 25 indicates the depth of buried targets with a proportional vibration and audio response. As the pinpointer probe gets closer to the target, the intensity of vibration and audio increases.

Adjustable sensitivity

Narrow down the exact location of targets with the PRO-FIND 25’s adjustable sensitivity. This can be increased to locate deep targets or decreased to precisely locate small targets.

Durable water resistant construction

Submersible probe end. The whole pinpointer can be washed under running water.

VLF

VLF (Very Low Frequency) is a conventional single frequency sine wave transmission technology. This reliable design has greater noise immunity to variable ground conditions.

Detector Interference Free technology

The advanced design of the PRO-FIND 25 removes false signals and noise, commonly associated with other pinpointers. DIF technology eliminates interference with an operating metal detector, when it is switched off, by disengaging the coil’s magnetic field.

Minelab’s new pinpointer will also include two mode operation, auto power off after 8 minutes and LED flash light.

The video below explains what the PRO-FIND 25 is about in more detail:

 

When it’s released on July 30, will you be getting the PRO-FIND 25? Let us know what you think and share your thoughts about Minelab’s new pinpointer on the Joan Allen Facebook page.

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