new 2018

Garrett PRO Pointer AT Z-Lynk: wireless pinpointer. NEW 2018

In 2016, XP Metal Detectors, the French manufacturer, managed to surprise the metal detecting world with their wireless probe. It’s when you can hear the pinpointer’s audio response right in your headphones or you can make adjustments by using the detector’s control panel. But a much more awesome thing is an ability to remotely activate the alarm mode if your unit is lost. Now it’s 2018, and Garrett, the US manufacturer, has announced its new product – a wireless Garrett PRO Pointer AT Z-Lynk probe. Who would have thought it! In your opinion, will this pinpointer cost more or less than its donor? Continue reading

XP MI-4 pinpointer. NEW 2018 (price announced)

XP, the French manufacturer, have unexpectedly revealed their new product 2018 – an XP MI-4 pinpointer. And also, they have unveiled the pictures and features of the probe at once and announced the unit’s launch date and price. The XP MI-4 will obviously be inferior to the XP MI-6. But to what extent will it be worse and how cheap is it going to be? Would you like to know more? Here we go then! Continue reading

Nokta Anfibio and Nokta Invenio (smart machine). NEW 2018

Nokta have revealed the new products 2018 – a Nokta Anfibio and a smart Nokta Invenio detectors. Quite unexpectedly, they’ve also shown the prototype of their future machine and, again, it’s a new underwater mini metal detector. What do you think of such a turn of events from the Turkish manufacturer? Watch the video! Continue reading

GTX3030: Chinese-made fake Minelab CTX 3030. Did it really happen?

A GTX3030 metal detector appeared on Chinese websites. It’s strange but this one looks a bit similar to the already existing Minelab CTX 3030. Don’t pay attention, it’s just a coincidence. There is another name and no Minelab logo. So what claims can be made against the Chinese manufacturer? Minelab’s machine was released in 2012 whereas the release date of the Chinese-made unit is 2018. In addition, Minelab’s device costs $2,400 whereas the new Chinese product is priced at $198. I wonder whether Chinese could really fake the Minelab CTX 3030? Or they are selling e-waste in the likeness of a detector? Continue reading