Product Reviews

Minelab Pro-Find 15, 20 and 35 Compared

In this quick comparison, we’ll be taking a look at the Minelab Pro-Find 15, 20 and 35 pinpointers.

Specifications side by side

Target IdentificationStandardStandardStandard 6 Ferrous Tone ID
SensitivityFixedFixedAdjustable (5 Levels)
WaterproofSplash proofSplash proofWaterproof to 3m (10ft)
Audio IndicationOn onlyOn, OffOn, Off
Vibration IndicationNoYesYes
LED FlashlightNoNoYes
High VisibilityYesYesYes
Lost AlarmYesYesYes
Battery9V PP39V PP39V PP3
Battery Life (approx.)30 hours30 hours30 hours (at sensitivity level 3)
Length237mm (9.3″)237mm (9.3″)237mm (9.3″)
Weight193g (6.82oz)193g (6.82oz)193g (6.82oz)
AccessoriesHolsterHolsterHolster, Lanyard
Key TechnologiesVLF, DIFVLF, DIFVLF, DIF

From the specifications and after handling each unit it quickly becomes clear that there are big difference between the Pro-Find 15 or Pro-Find 20. The Pro-Find 20 allows you to turn on / off the audio and adds vibration indication. Unfortunately, neither the Pro-15 or Pro-Find 20 have a LED light or are they waterproof.

The real significant upgrades come with the Pro-Find 35 where in addition to having On, Off Audio indication, Vibration Indication – it also has a LED Flashlight, 5 Levels of Sensitivity and Target Identification Standard, 6 Ferrous Tone ID.

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