Bobber Pro Dowsing Rod
The Bobber Pro Dowsing Rod with an interchangeable washer and ball is a super user-friendly dowsing rod, easy to operate. This Bobber responds to various emanations, radiations, and mental inquiries.
Bobber Pro Dowsing Rod
This Bobber Pro comes with an interchangeable washer and ball that inserts into the handle and is shortened or lengthened as needed.
The Bobber Pro Dowsing Rod is useful for indoor and outdoor fieldwork and works perfectly as a “horizontal pendulum” in all dowsing and divining tasks. Also, this dowsing rod can measure energy fields, EMFs, auric fields, search for items from water to minerals, and for direction and orientation. Further, this bobber is an excellent tool for mental inquiries and questions.
Your Bobber Pro
The Bobber Pro comes with a 12–14 cm hollow wood handle with two inserts made from a thin gauge wire: one with a wood ball and another with a brass washer head at the terminal end of the wire.
The advantage of the ball or washer heads is that the dowser has a choice of weight in how the rod feels, looks, and responds. Because the inserts can be adjusted to length, tightened by a screw on the handle, the operator can adjust the “sensitivity” of the rod by deciding how long or short the wire lead is inserted into the handle.
The action of this bobber rod using either head (the wooden ball or brass washer) provides responsive, lively movement with excellent feedback and clear visual cues.
Using Dowsing Rods in General
The Bobber Pro is one of the easiest bobbers to work with. It also offers an alternative for users that haven’t mastered the L-rod or V rod.
For some people, using rods may take more time and practice to master than a pendulum. Often, pendulum tasks are performed sitting or standing, whereas rods are often used while walking about whether indoors or outdoors.
When using a rod, the dowser must not only be able to get accurate readings on the go, he/she must be able to hold the rod correctly so that the rod functions properly and get the rod to swing or bob accordingly.
Whether you’re using the Aurameter, L-rod, or a bobber, you will find that each rod has its own requirements that, once mastered, reward the operator in the same way a pendulum does. If you’re unsure of your dowsing skills or if you’re already a seasoned pro, you might add the Bobber Pro to your dowsing tool kit.
The Bobber Pro is Easy to Use
The Bobber Pro, along with the Spanish L-rod, is one of my favorite rods because of its ease of use and because it responds readily to any dowsing task. Even a hack dowser like myself gets excellent results because of the rod’s clear and precise feedback.
The Bobber Pro is a great dowsing rod for the inexperienced to the professional dowser.
Size & Weight
32 cm (or shorter) – 34 cm (or longer) / 62.0 gm (combined weight, including both inserts)
12.6″–13.39″ (adjustable to less than 12″ or extended several inches longer than 13.39″) / 2.19 oz. (combined weight, including both inserts).
Selecting rods is a personal matter, and different rods perform better for different people. Although the technique is more or less the same, the dowser must learn how to get the best results from their rod.
For many dowsing tasks, I use the L-Rod. The L-rod is sturdy, traditional, and capable of any dowsing assignment. The Telescopic L-rod is a good choice because it collapses and folds, making it compact and decreasing the chance of accidentally bending it.
My Choice is the Bobber Pro
However, I like the Bobber Pro Dowsing Rod because it’s so responsive not just for energy detection but also for asking questions. For example, you’re detecting EMF or geopathic zones inside or outdoors. But you want to ask questions. The Bobber Pro quickly responds to mental inquiries, much like a pendulum. I also like it because I only need to use one hand and my other hand is free for other uses. The Bobber Pro also bobs up and down, swings sideways, or spins in circles, increasing the dowser’s options.
Whatever rod you choose, the rod acts as an extension of the dowser. Therefore, the rod should work in harmony with your dowsing technique; it shouldn’t be a rod you struggle to get results from.