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Options Whites TreasureMaster Pro Whites Prizm V
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $399 $500
Manufactured in 2015 2005
Battery Type 2 AA Two 9V
Weight (Lbs.) 3 2.5
Operating frequency 7.812kHz. 8.2 kHz.
Display Yes Yes
Backlight Yes No
Target ID 16-Segment 8 Segment
Tone ID 8 Tones 8 Tones
Search Modes
  • Coin & Jewelry.
  • Beach.
  • Relics.
  • Hi- Trash.
  • Pinpoint.
  • All Metal.
  • Disc.
  • Pinpoint A/M
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto, Tracking Auto Preset
Waterproof Coil only Coil only
Warranty 3 Years 2 Years
Number of Reviews graph 3
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Avg. User Rating 3.83 3.93
Avg. Durability Rating 4.17 4.00
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.17 2.50
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Most helpful review for Whites TreasureMaster Pro

Really nice machine !!
I bought the TreasurePro as a backup to my Whites MX5. After using the TreasurePro for several hours, I had a hard time not choosing it over the MX5 as my primary machine.
I eventually traded my MX5 for another TreasurePro and also bough a NEL Sharpshooter coil for the first one. With the Sharpshooter coil the TPro is a joy to swing, light and well balanced. It is not heavy with the D2 coil however I like the NEL better and it's almost as deep. I love the display on the TPro. It has large VDI numbers and the backlight is great. Love all the features on the TPro like tracking and track lock. Just a nice detector for the money and I love mine.
Stephen from Texas

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Most helpful review for Whites Prizm V

So many people over look the Prizm V and it's capability's
Had the Prizm V since last April 3rd of 2005, and like with everything before you write you need to test it.

There are pro's and con's to all detectors, but with each one you learn what it's telling you, and it'll be fun to use.

It's light. You can swing this all day and still feel fresh.
It finds.
It's accurate in depth.
It's accurate in telling what the find is. When it says it's a quarter, then that what it is.

Limited coils. But heard from White's that their researching new coils.
It has some lag time when hitting target.
It's not one of the deepest.
That about it for the con's.

The Prizm V is a fun machine to use. Even though there is a shortage of coils the two will do quite good. Except in trashy areas. A 5? coil is needed when doing these spots. Also it would be nice if they had a 12?coil.

I'm a coin, and jewelry hunter, and my spots are soccer fields, parks, playgrounds and even walking trails.

As with any machine learning what it is saying is the key to finding.
The Prizm V is not one of the deepest machines, but I have reached down to about 7".

The multi-tone feature (8 tones) is a pleasure to use since you need to look at the screen less often. When started you will be on single tone, but when touching the multi-tone key this will bring you into 8 tone. Holding the button for 3 seconds will give you a 3 tone unit. Until I became adjusted to the 8 tone I thought it was playing Pop Goes The Weasel, but now I would feel lost without it.

Pinpointing is accurate and target should be under the center of the coil with either the 8? or the 9.5?.
The Prizm V also has VCO pin pointing which means the tone of the freq changes to a higher tone when over the target. This is a nice feature, but many do without it.

The Prizm V when taking the factory defaults is a silent running machine. This is notching out nails and foil. When I first got the machine I had to shut it off and turn it back on just to make sure it was functioning, and with the touch pad you can adjust on the fly when hunting.

We make our trips to Maine about 5 times a year and have had no trouble with it on the beach.
In the dry sand you can open all the defaults and adjust the sen to the least falsing.
But in the wet sand it is best to take the factory defaults notching out the first two and making whatever adjustments needed to the sen.

The Prizm isn't one of the best, nor is it one of the worst. When comparing the cost to other's the Prizm will do what it is suppose to do, and that's finding coins.

Will the other Prizm's do just as well with less features, sure, but sometimes you just want it all.

So if your considering the Prizm V and it's price? You may be picking out a keeper.

Good Luck and Happy Hunting

Bruce from Upper NY

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