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  1. #1

    May 2017
    1523 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting


    Exactly as the title says: I'm in the market for a new pinpointer, and I want to know which one is the absolute best.

    Money is no object. A good pinpointer saves time, opens more holes, and scores more targets. PERIOD.

    So far I've been using the White's TRX. I like it, but I want to know if there's anything more accurate/deeper/faster/etc...

    So okay everyone... GO!

  2. #2
    Jan 2014
    178 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    The Garrett AT Pro-pointer (carrot) is the only one Iíve ever used and I love it.
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  3. #3
    Oct 2019
    Minelab Equinox 800 Garrett Carrot
    36 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I have the Whites, the black Garrett and the Garrett carrot... the carrot is my favorite, the others collect dust.
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  4. #4
    Charter Member
    Jun 2016
    673 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I have the TRX and the carrot,(and some other lesser brands) both are great, but I prefer the TRX.....
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    Cat-like reflexes with a sloth-like brain

  5. #5
    Charter Member
    Mar 2013
    SW, VA - Bull Mountain
    CTX, Excal II, EQ800, Fisher 1260X, Tesoro Royal Sabre, Tejon, Garrett ADSIII, Carrot, Stealth 920iX, Keene A52
    19522 times
    Digging in the dirt & scooping in the water!
    I love my ever dependable CARROT
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  6. #6
    Charter Member
    May 2010
    White Plains, New York
    Minelab GPZ 7000 -- Equinox 600 -- Vanquish 540 // Grave Digger Tools Nemesis shovel, Sidekick hand digger // Bunk's Hermit Pick
    24663 times
    Metal Detecting
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    Minelab Pro Find 35

  7. #7
    Nov 2011
    XP Deus
    1254 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    The XP MI-6 is the most advanced, wireless for the Deus. It will work without a Deus but not as good. I also have a Tek-Point in the original version. It is amazingly powerful.
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  8. #8
    Charter Member

    May 2020
    San Jose, CA
    Tarsacci MDT 8000, Nokta Makro Simplex, Minelab E-Trac
    371 times
    Metal Detecting
    Garrett Carrot
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  9. #9

    Jul 2012
    Mesa AZ
    Minelab Equinox 800, XP ORX, Makro Multi Kruzer, White's DFX w/BigFoot coil, Tesoro Tiger Shark
    279 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I have been a Garrett Pro Pointer and White's TRX user for years. Recently Got the XP Mi-6 with my XP ORX and it's the best I've ever used. It can be set up many different ways. I like the VCO setting, waterproof to 20', Rechargeable battery, and with the ORX it can be heard through your headphones, also can be located with the ORX detector if you forget it and leave it at your last recovery.
    45 Years detecting
    Current Arsenal: Minelab Equinox 800, XP ORX, Makro Multi Kruzer, White's DFX w/BigFoot x 3, Tesoro Tiger Shark

  10. #10

    Apr 2017
    Fisher F75, Minelab Soveriegn XS 2 Nokta pinpointer
    1962 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Ive only used the Nokta. Excellent. Why not buy the Nokta scuba tector then you swap heads and youve got another detector and an excellent pinpointer.


  11. #11
    Charter Member

    Jan 2014
    Central Florida
    EQX 800; CTX 3030; Excal II
    1272 times
    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    I've used and/or tested all except the XP and I've settled on the Minelab Pro Find 35. Extremely user friendly; easily adjusted for sensitivity, reliable, iron ID at close ranges and accurate.

    Just the opinion from my foxhole...
    Terry Soloman and dts52 like this.
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  12. #12

    Nov 2012
    1420 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Over the years I have probably owned most. I have had the vibrate only and the noise makers only and the pointers that do both. I have the tip and up the shaft detectors and the tip only pointers. The two that surface the most is the carrot and the TRX. I am very much in tune with the tip only pointers because I feel that it is a true pin pointer and the up the shaft is a general area detector. The TRX fits my needs the best. I have been surveying a couple new pointers that are now on the market with what they call variable freq.. Who knows maybe I will have one of those in my inventory soon to try out. In the mean time I will be touting the TRX as my favorite.
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  13. #13
    Charter Member

    Feb 2013
    I’ve used about all modern ones but right now: CTX 3030, Nokta Anfibio, White’s TRX, Profind 35
    1536 times
    Metal Detecting
    Banner Finds (1)
    Iíve used most all of them. My top pics are the TRX, AT Proppointer, Makro, MI6 and Profind 35. I generally weigh everything by sensitivity, ease of use, ruggedness, compactness, waterproofness and then features. Most donít make the cut for me because the vibrations are weak or they arenít sensitive. One of the more sensitive ones Iíve used are the Fisher (Tek Point same thing).

    I tinkered with the Quest but I havenít used it or the newer a Nokta one. Right now I carry the TRX and older, black Makro. Given the choice of one and where it would be dry land hunting it would be the TRX. Given water conditions it is a toss up between the Makro or the AT Propointer. These last two only edge out the others because they vibrate harder and I can more easily feel it under water.
    Last edited by Pointman; Jun 14, 2020 at 10:50 AM.

  14. #14
    Feb 2005
    MI USA
    Ace 400, AT Pro, equinox 800, Simplex
    2511 times
    Metal Detecting
    Carrot all the way.
    I have a Nokta too, nice but it is a behemoth, also a flat nose, neither one being ideal features for a pinpointer.

  15. #15
    Charter Member
    Oct 2015
    XP Deus, Nokta Impact, Tesoro Compadre..
    5036 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I have the Mi6, TRX and Nokta. Each have their good points and bad. If money is not an issue i suggest getting one of each brand and figure out which one fits you the best.
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