Quest Metal Detectors

Opening the Quest Q40. What’s inside the machine

When I saw the pictures of the Minelab Go-Find dismantling, I said to myself that something had changed in new detectors. The mere Minelab Go-Find screen can make MD manufacturers, with their technologies from the ’90s (and even older), feel ashamed. The Quest Q40 has a new tech screen as well. In fact, this machine’s interior looks better than most modern machines. Take a look and give me your opinion on: does the future belong to technology or will the oldest vacuum tube detector remain in operation? Continue reading

Quest Wire-Free WTX wireless headphones. NEW 2018

Quest Metal Detectors has announced a new product 2018 – Quest Wire-Free WTX wireless headphones. Not everyone recognizes this manufacturer, but still… Take a look: these Chinese wireless headphones obviously look better than those from Minelab and Garrett, although worse than the ones from XP. Continue reading

Quest Q40 Sea Salt Test (salt beach & sea)

Where can the Chinese get buyers for their Quest Q40? Those who are even remotely on the subject know that this manufacturer currently has a hard time. They passed off a coil made by another manufacturer as their own, they were sued for stealing technology, their tests on gold aren’t successful. Want to see how the Quest Q40 operates on the sea beach? Here’s how the unit reacts to salt and seawater, and how it detects finds in the sea sand. Continue reading