Fisher F Pulse Pinpointer vs. Garrett Pro Pinpointer Review
Both waterproof at 6 ft., each model has a lost alarm mode, just in case you drop it on land or in water. When locating a find, they provide audio and vibrating alerts, and the fast retune feature on each device eliminates unnecessary environmental distractions. Lightweight and corrosion-resistant, they are excellent when operating in the field.
|Fisher F Pulse Pinpointer||Garrett Pro Pinpointer|
|Why Consider?||When you need to target your find exactly, so you know where to dig, this device makes it simple. With a one-button operation and excellent accuracy, this pinpointer can set you in the right direction.||This pinpointer makes sure you never leave a stone unturned with exceptional accuracy. It is housed in bright orange so you can’t misplace it. You can also use it to find studs in walls.|
||Beginner, intermediate, expert, jewelry, coin, relic, gold.||Beginner, intermediate, expert, jewelry, coin, relic, gold.|
|Iron Discrimination Segments||No||No|
|Is the Volume Adjustable?||No||No|
||Audio and vibrate||Audio and vibrate|
|Search Modes||1: All-metal||1: All-metal|
|Sensitivity Depth Adjustment
|Waterproof||Fully submersible up to 6 ft.||Fully submersible up to 10 ft.|
|Battery Condition Indicator
|Total Weight||Less than 1 lb||6.5 oz.|
|Operating Frequency||16 different frequency settings||11.5 kHz|
|Digital Target ID
Both Garrett Pro and the Fisher F-Pulse get the job done; they both easily and accurately pinpoint your find so that it is easy to unearth it.
However, the Fisher F-Pulse is our favorite since it has a slight edge on the Garrett Pro due to the auto shut-off function and lost-alarm feature. The F-Pulse is also housed in bright orange casing to remain highly visible.