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New XP Deus 6 (+photo, Deus VR). What manufacturer is silent about

How do XP keep staying in the public detectorist view having one and a half machines under their belt? Moreover, the French manufacturer is actually a trendsetter in the world of metal detecting. The brilliant sales genius, without a doubt. Here comes a new product 2020 – a completely updated XP Deus 6. Plus, absolutely new technology! Continue reading

Minelab Pro-Find 35 vs XP MI-6. Depth comparison

On the one hand, it’s a usual comparative test of the Minelab Pro-Find 35, XP MI-6 and Garrett Pro-Pointer AT probes. All three of these units can be submerged in water, are relatively new (fresh models) and have won definite recognition from treasure hunters. Deservedly or not, this is of no interest to us at the moment. It’s the other side of the coin that is of interest. The XP MI-6 is very often called the extra deep device. But it doesn’t fully reflect the actual situation. Yes, the probe is deep enough, but not so deep that you overpay for it. Moreover, you should be aware that even the most expensive (feature packed, recognized, widely promoted etc.) pinpointers can miss targets. Are you surprised? Take a look at this short test – very informative, +25 to any detectorist’s karma guaranteed. Continue reading

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