recovery speed test

Fake Bounty Hunter TID from China. It’s all bad

China’s counterfeit metal detectors have been taken to a whole new level – fakes come less than a year after originals first saw the light. By comparison, the Chinese Garrett ACE 250 went on sale 7 years after the original was released. Here’s a video review: the Bounty Hunter Junior Target ID from China, a quickly produced fake. 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

White’s MX Sport: recovery speed test. An unusual thing has happened

Monte’s Nail Board Test has been recognized by metal detector manufacturers. It’s an unusual event indeed as they theretofore stubbornly ignored real requests from hobby enthusiasts. And it is White’s that has become a brave path-breaker. Here’s a test performed with the White’s MX Sport working with different coils. Appreciate frankness from White’s! Continue reading

Golden Mask 5 Plus: recovery speed test

Choose the frequency of 18 kHz, adjust the Gain 0, and… at these settings it’s possible to get the Golden Mask 5 Plus to perform at the circus. You can put the nails and coins in rows, bury the coins below the nails, and accept your round of applause – given to the great and mighty Golden Mask 5 Plus (with regard to the target separation, that’s for sure). Continue reading