Reviews

Garrett AT MAX test on gold. And you thought it was a magic machine?

A 0.5 gram gold nugget at a 7.5 cm depth. Will the Garrett AT MAX be able to see such a find? And even if it can, will the target be identified as ferrous or non-ferrous metal? According to the manufacturer, the Garrett AT MAX metal detector has already gone on sale. Find authorized Garrett dealers near you. Continue reading

Minelab Gold Monster 1000: recovery speed test

Why does a Minelab Gold Monster 1000 have the manufacturer’s logo added to its control panel but the Minelab Go-Find doesn’t? Both control panels are very similar. Moreover, a new Minelab Gold Monster 1000 has basically been designed to become kind of Go-Find machine for gold prospectors. Time will show whether it’s good or the same as always. Watch the video: a Minelab Gold Monster 1000 recovery speed test, in a Monte’s Nail Board Test format. Plus a depth test and things. Continue reading

Garrett AT MAX depth test. Comparison: Garrett AT PRO / Garrett AT Gold

Now nobody can say a new Garrett AT MAX is similar to an old Garrett AT PRO – the new one comes with a volume control. So the machine really has a different look )) Here’s a Garrett AT MAX depth test and its comparison with the Garrett AT PRO and Garrett AT Gold. Continue reading

White’s MX Sport: recovery speed test. An unusual thing has happened

Monte’s Nail Board Test has been recognized by metal detector manufacturers. It’s an unusual event indeed as they theretofore stubbornly ignored real requests from hobby enthusiasts. And it is White’s that has become a brave path-breaker. Here’s a test performed with the White’s MX Sport working with different coils. Appreciate frankness from White’s! Continue reading