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A proper recovery speed test of Garrett AT MAX

Which recovery speed test is the right one? You think it’s the one performed in the ground? You are wrong. The ground test is an interpretation of the air one. What we call a proper recovery speed test is when a positive target is located beneath a couple of negative ones. Simply said, when a coin is under the nails. That’s the only way you can know the detector’s real capabilities… But how about the Garrett AT MAX? Is this new machine able to well and truly separate close together targets? And is it worth its considerable price declared? It’s interesting (learn how to make proper tests). Continue reading

Comparison: Garrett AT MAX & Garrett AT PRO. Depth + salt test

It’s strange, very strange, when the manufacturer has to prove that its new machine is on par with an old one. But it’s difficult to prove it if the new detector looks and works similarly to the old one. For example, the manufacturer says that the new Garrett AT MAX provides greater detection depth than the old Garrett AT PRO. But is it true? Both devices actually come with identical coils. Or, as another example, according to Garrett, on salt beach (and in saltwater) will the Garrett AT MAX operate considerably better than the Garrett AT PRO. Here’s a salt beach test: to compare the Garrett AT MAX and Garrett AT PRO. Also, a depth test: how the machines react to salt sand and water. Continue reading

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

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

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