recovery speed test

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

Bounty Hunter Tracker Pro (the Equinox killer, video). NEW 2017

Bounty Hunter has released a new metal detector 2017 – the Bounty Hunter Tracker Pro… It’s either the manufacturer who produces the same machines in different packages, or they simply have already got tired of MD hobbyists, so they get us to ride on their ‘merry-go-round’ waiting until we feel sick to our stomachs. Continue reading

Minelab Equinox 800: recovery speed test. Are you serious about it?

If the new Minelab Equinox 800 has a Reactivity setting (identical to that of the XP Deus), does it allow to equate this machine with the XP Deus? The Minelab Equinox 800 has 8 reactivity levels, whereas the XP Deus has only 6+1 of them. Which detector is more awesome here? Continue reading

Minelab Gold Monster 1000: recovery speed test

Why does a Minelab Gold Monster 1000 have the manufacturer’s logo added to its control panel but the Minelab Go-Find doesn’t? Both control panels are very similar. Moreover, a new Minelab Gold Monster 1000 has basically been designed to become kind of Go-Find machine for gold prospectors. Time will show whether it’s good or the same as always. Watch the video: a Minelab Gold Monster 1000 recovery speed test, in a Monte’s Nail Board Test format. Plus a depth test and things. Continue reading

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