MDF Auction - Metal Detecting Pinpointers
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good bye pointer'...sorry!
Serious now, as it's not a well known pointer, please let us know your views on it given a reasonable period of being 'in use' Good Luck - Regards ss47
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so is it not one and the same pointer ? i dont have a problem with cheap prices so long as the item works, after having a garrett mk1 for 8 years i just purchased the gp pointer for £18.99 . hopefully it will be tested in the field this weekend.pengles wrote: ↑Tue Jul 17, 2018 6:21 pmHi The Mole. I've been using a KK Moon GP pointer for over a year, yes it's cheaper, and yes it's been brilliant. Still going strong, just thought about a backup and saw the URCERI on Amazon, and thought, for the money I'd give it a go. At the moment seems a great bit of kit. Only time will tell of course, but I don't see why a pinpointer should cost so much. I think sometimes people just need a well know brand. Just my opinion.
was basically letting you know that it comes with different names and different prices but looks the same in the pic.
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Did see them a few years ago. When they only had the L.E.D.s no buzzer. Someone on here bought one and reported it worked fine.