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Bounty Hunter BHPIN Metal Detector

$49.88

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Bounty Hunter BHPIN Metal Detector

The Bounty Hunter Pinpointer hones in on the exact location of buried metal objects. The pinpointer was designed to be used with any Bounty Hunter metal detector to help find treasures. It is also a handy tool for homeowners, hobbyists, mechanics and anyone searching for a lost metal object. The Pinpointer is easy to use with a single-knob control to adjust sensitivity, an audio-signal indicator and vibrator. The unit is small and lightweight for easy handling and carrying.

Features

  • Pinpoints Exact Location of Buried Metal Objects
  • Designed to Help Find Treasures
  • It is Also a Handy Tool for Homeowners, Hobbyists, and Mechanics
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • Audio and vibration alert
  • Small and lightweight

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 3.5 of 5 stars
29% (16)
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  • Bounty Hunter Pinpointer - AWESOME FOR THE PRICE!   »   Most Recent Review “Hey I know this is not the top notch Garret pin pointer. But it works great! I can get around 1 to 1 1/2 inches close to the target with its sensitivity knob.”
  • Useful Accessory For Metal Detector! Recommended!   »   Most Helpful Reviews “The "Bounty Hunter Pinpointer" is a very useful hand held small metal detector used to help narrow your search after the larger metal detector has located an object.”
  • Very underwhelmed with this product.   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “Basically what I don't like about this instrument is that it doesn't beep until the tip of the wand actually touches metal.”