Pro-Pointer AT Unique Features:
Fully waterproof to 20 feet with orange color for added visibility underwater.
Maximum Sensitivity for improved detection of nuggets and other small targets. Choose from three Sensitivity levels.
Fast Retune: Quick button press instantly tunes out environment or narrows detection field for precise pinpointing of larger targets.
Retuning allows user to quickly:
Shrink detection field to precisely pinpoint large targets
Tune out mineralized ground, wet beach sand, etc.
Help gauge target size/distance
Help identify edges of large target
Pinpoint multiple targets versus one large target signal
Lost Pro-Pointer Alarm: After 5 minutes with no button presses, the pinpointer emits periodic warning chirps.
Automatic power off after 60 minutes of warning chirps; saves batteries.
Simple, single-button operation for Power, Retune, Sensitivity adjustment, and Stealth Mode.
Ruler in Inches and Centimeters molded into side of pinpointer to judge target depth.
Lanyard Attachment Loop molded into side of pinpointer.
New power button is easy to operate even with gloves.
Other Pro-Pointer AT Features:
Patented Proportional Audio/Vibration
Patented scraping blade for searching soil
Twice the battery life of other pinpointers with LED lights.
Pinpointing tip and 360° detection area
LED Flashlight for low light uses.
Includes woven belt holster and 9-volt battery.
Large power button
“The extra sensitivity and features, such as the new ruler inscribed into the plastic, are just bonuses as far as I am concerned. What really does it for me is that out-of-the-box, the new Pro-Pointer AT is more like what I have wanted all along — the ability to turn off the audio and have assurance the unit is fully waterproof. That’s more than enough to make it my new favorite pinpointer. ”
— Steve Herschbach, Gold Prospectors, May/June 2015
“Out in the field, I found the Pro-Pointer AT was a joy to use. The probe was perfectly stable with no falsing, even when knocked. The probe performed well underwater and the proportional vibrations were powerful enough to clearly indicate a target when the deep water muffled the sound from the speaker. ”
— Adam Staples, The Searcher, May 2015