Comparison: White’s MX7 & White’s MX Sport. Can you see the difference?

Weight, the coil and color… Actually, the difference between these two metal detectors lies only in the weight, type, and size of the coil (that can be replaced), and a color. And that’s all… Oh man, I totally forgot: there is one more – a $200 price drop – difference.

Comparison: White’s MX7 & White’s MX Sport. Can you see the difference?

Comparison: White’s MX7 & White’s MX Sport. Can you see the difference?

Whites MX7Whites MX Sport
Detector Typeground detectorground and underwater detector
TechnologyVLF Single FrequencyVLF Single Frequency
Number of Frequencies11
Frequencies13.9 kHz13.9 kHz
DiscriminationAdjustableAdjustable
Target Id (VDI)Yes, 0-99Yes, 0-99
Target Id Segments2020
Programmable Target IdYesYes
Search Modes77
Search Mode TypesAll Metal, Beach, Coin / Jewelry, High Trash, Prospecting, RelicsAll Metal, Beach, Coin / Jewelry, High Trash, Prospecting, Relics
Ground BalanceAutomatic, FixedAutomatic Ground Tracking, Fixed
ThresholdAdjustableAdjustable
Pinpoint ModeYesYes
Audio TonesYes, 20Yes, 20
Volume ControlYesYes
Search Coil Size (in)Round, 9.5 Concentric, WaterproofRound, 10 Double D, Waterproof
Battery Type8 AA8 AA
Battery Life (hr)20+ Hours20+ Hours
Display TypeLCDLCD
Backlit DisplayYesYes
Depth IndicationYesYes
Interchangeable HeadphonesYesYes
Headphone Jack1/4″ Adapter Included1/4″
Adjustable ShaftYesYes
Assembled Length Min (in)4145
Assembled Length Max (in)5055
Arm RestAdjustableAdjustable
Arm Rest StrapYesYes
Exclusive FeaturesWater-Resistant, Variable Self Adjusting Threshold (V/SAT), Screen Backlight, Tone IdentificationWaterproof Up To 10 Feet, Variable Self Adjusting Threshold (V/SAT), Screen Backlight, Tone Identification
WarrantyYes, 2 yearsYes, 2 years

As you can see, in terms of the features announced, the White’s MX7 and White’s MX Sport differ from each other in weight, the coil size, and color. Well, to be more precise, there is also a slight change in the build, plus water submersion up to 3 meters. But the main thing is the price. Maybe it’s submersion capacity really that is just the point?

I personally got the impression that the manufacturer tried to solve its small problem tactfully… The White’s MX Sport didn’t become a bestselling machine and didn’t rank with the Garrett AT PRO and Minelab X-Terra. It makes no sense to speak about the higher level detectors (e.g., the Makro Racer 2 or Nokta Impact). Thus it’s obviously necessary to reduce the price for the White’s MX Sport. But doing it openly means to acknowledge a lack of demand for the almost new device. But what if this one is formally ‘short cut’, gets a $200 price drop and is given the name of Whites MX7? Will treasure hunters immediately start buying up all of the White’s MX7 units available? It’s just my own opinion about this new product however – time and White’s fans’ wallets will show what’s the matter with this detector actually.

All about the White’s MX7 is collected here (news, tests, comparisons with other detectors, different reviews and opinions). Plus, on Knowledgebase pages there is additional information on this machine (things you need to know before buying the White’s MX7). Happy hunting to everyone!

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