One day with Minelab Go-Find 20. Video

I’m conducting an experiment on myself: it makes no difference what I know about metal detectors and what I hold against this device. Watch the video: coin hunting with Minelab Go-Find 20.

Adding accumulated remarks… I don’t like the coils with a cover fitted at the bottom (without sealing). I’m afraid of them. I constantly feel that it’s a potentially vulnerable spot through which moisture can get into the coil.

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Perhaps the manufacturers have already learned to make the normal coils with their working face not sealed. But I still have a fear so far.

The upper shaft (if it can be called so in the Minelab Go-Find 20) constantly picks up dirt. If you don’t take care, the machine folds up with an unpleasant crunch.

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Of course, this thing really shortens the life of the detector. Once there was such a crunch that I already thought there came the last day of my Go-Find 20.

Although I obtained several coins after hunting that day, my bet is that I left enough finds behind me in the soil. Both in terms of depth and discrimination. I’ll post the Go-Find 20 target separation test a bit later.

All about the Minelab Go-Find 20 metal detector is collected here. On Knowledgebase pages there is also additional info on Minelab Go-Find 20.

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