First photo of White’s Xventure? Race of new products 2016!

Rumour has it that Fisher and Minelab are right now almost ready to launch the new metal detectors. Both are going to announce their novelties in August. But… It is White’s that shoots ahead! They’ve shown an unidentified machine. Presumably it’s the first photo of White’s Xventure.


The White’s Xventure is expected to be a multi-frequency device (with a few frequencies to switch between), capable of working both on land and underwater.






All about the White’s Xventure metal detector (if it comes into being, of course) will be collected here and on Knowledgebase pages.

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8 Responses to First photo of White’s Xventure? Race of new products 2016!

  • Everybody has tried to guess who will be the first – Fisher or Minelab… But White’s suddenly come as a surprise. So for the time being, a plan for the Fall 2016 New Product Launches is almost obvious. White’s are the 1st, Minelab-Fisher will follow them being the 2nd and 3d, Nokta Impact will be the 4th, and XP Deus 4.0 will take the 5th place. If there aren’t any other surprises, of course.

  • They are hard on customer and on our pocket lol…

  • Look like a kids detector … Like the gofind. Reason I think that. Look like a kid in the photo

  • Makro racer are the 1st only makro racer machine can help you to catch all of the targets

  • i hope nokta is gonna transform their impact or maybe add an option to use all freq range multifreq like the excal.

  • a revamped version of an old machine, just condensed for kids…you watch.;-)

  • These manufacturers have got to stop playing around with Kids Toys. We need more innovative products. The go-find series is a Joke. I do like the foldability of the unit (neat idea) but these are kids toys. Where is the new stuff? Start giving us Pulse with better discrimination. How about the ability to distinguish Gold from Aluminum. Come on guys give us something will ya.

  • Interesting comment about V4 thanks !!!

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