Is Deteknix Scuba Tector unable to detect gold? Test

Are you ready to lose your $150? After launching an underwater mini Deteknix Scuba Tector, the manufacturer has got a chance to make hobby enthusiasts come down with money again. For instance, I personally wanted to buy this machine and was waiting for tests on gold targets… Now I can see the result of such test. It’s a good thing that I failed to spend $150.

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3 Responses to Is Deteknix Scuba Tector unable to detect gold? Test

  • Seems that the tests are not correct, they for sure are using the sensibility 1 (the lower). If you check the 2nd video the guy change made the same test in Sens 1 and didnt detect, then change the sens for level 2 and 3 and it start detecting well. SO this guys forgot to change the sensibility. I have a Scuba Tector and madethe sabe test with gold and it detects perfectly.

  • Hi Alex,

    100% correct. Smaller 9ct, 14ct or 18ct rings won’t be picked up by the Scuba Tector unless the sensitivity is stronger i.e. sensitivity 2,3,4. This article will be the brunt of potential legal action. If addition that Deteknix have simply changed their name to Quest Metal detectors as a re-branding strategy in light of the bad press of the court case in my opinion,

    The truth of the matter is that First Texas and Deteknix settled amicably as the legal fees were simply not worth the fight from my understanding.

    The Scuba Tector is a fabulous machine and personally I have found €1600 worth of gold and platinum rings in Durban, South Africa

    I suggest that MD-Hunter needs to get their facts straight before publishing these articles.

    Jean

  • The settlement was agreed – it was far from Amicable – Deteknics lost their trade mark, the right to sell the detector – am\nd probably a bunch of cash – they surrenderd – First Texas got everything that they wanted – and which they had a right to. Had it gone to court Deteknics wouldn no doubt suffered substantial additional punitive damages.

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