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XP Deus Remote Control Holder Adapter for any shaft. Real saving

The first thing XP Deus users brag about or pay attention to when holding this machine is the shaft. But if the question of saving money comes up, it’s the shaft that XP Deus buyers are ready to sacrifice above all else. That’s just a paradox about XP Deus lovers. So, what’s to be done with the shaft really? Using the detector without this component is at least inconvenient. Here’s a solution: take a dirt-cheap plastic remote control holder adapter and mount it on any shaft – whether that be the straight or S-shaped one, or a crutch, or even just a wooden stick. Continue reading

Coils under X-Ray. Has somebody run out of tin? ))

Does a coil have a booster inside or not? Only the good old X-ray can give the most accurate answer to this question. How exciting it is to look at these radiographs! Some manufacturers don’t even try to solder the wires inside the coil – they connect these ones by twisting them together (no one can see it anyway). Or maybe they are simply run out of tin? 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

Comparison: Makro Multi Kruzer vs Minelab Equinox 800. Ground test

Here’s a comparison: Makro Multi Kruzer vs Minelab Equinox 800. Which machine sees deeper and doesn’t read non-ferrous objects as ferrous ones? Is it the Makro Multi Kruzer? Or maybe the Minelab Equinox 800? Or it makes no sense to draw a comparison when there is the great and mighty XP Deus nearby? Let’s see an interesting ground test! Continue reading

Minelab Equinox 800 Gold Chain Test (+ XP Deus)

A chain is a very difficult target for any metal detector. The point is that the machine sees each chain link separately. And if your device can’t detect chains, it simply hasn’t enough sensitivity. But if on top of all this a chain is made of gold, your detector’s essential capabilities – accurate discrimination and sensitivity to super-tiny targets – should come into play. Here’s an illustrative test of how the Minelab Equinox 800 is seeing a gold chain. Plus, the similar test: comparison with an XP Deus. Continue reading