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Nokta Pointer $139
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Garrett Pro Pointer $150
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Not too good....
September 07, 2005
Pretty dissapointed with this unit.
I have a Vibraprobe and bought a Bullseye 2 for a backup probe.
The vibration is almost non existant, and the pushbutton was broken within
Terrible design in my opinion, they should have stayed with a toggle switch
as on the first one, but place the toggle on top of the unit, not on the
side. The long probe part itself is very, very flimsy, and was lose and
started to wiggle after the first day.
At least with the Vibraprobe you can really "PROBE" with it.
Get back to the drawing board Whites!!!!
The new Bulls eye II
August 27, 2005
The new Bulls eye 2 works excellent!!! forget the old one that at times
falsed quit often!
The new unit works as should. The on switch works and built great. The LED
light is a nice little feature!
Wilbur Pruden from
Whites Bullseye Pinpointer
February 26, 2005
Very nice pinpointer for the ...money. It gets a good 1-1/2 inches in
depth, battery lasts forever in it. The new style with the toggle switch is
the best one.
February 24, 2005
This little jewel increased my finds dramatically. Instead of getting my
hands covered in dirt or sifting each hand full, I simply pull out this
little probe and bingo I pick up the find. The batteries last forever.
Toggle switch has a tendency to get turned on when I put it back into the
pouch but other than that it works great. I give it a big thumbs up!
Mark Tims from
February 05, 2005
Great all around pinpoint probe, easy to carry, lightweight, haven't
changed the 1st battery for almost 2 years, sturdy, accurate. Pretty good,
only problem is the push-button on/off feature, a toggle switch would be
Andres Ventura from