Has anyone expected to see a square coil? And what about the metal detector which requires no assembly? Wireless connection. Discrimination and pinpoint modes, screen backlight. Watch the first photos, NEW Minelab Go-Find 20/40/60.
Important note… Minelab always places the logo on their detectors’ front panel. In this new product there is only a small logo on the arm-rest. It is highly likely that Minelab is planning to launch a separate Go-Find brand name and to sell the entry level metal detectors under it (not mixing with the already existing ones).
Minelab Go-Find 20
The Minelab Go-Find 20 has 2 search programs, adjustable sensitivity (3 steps), adjustable audio response volume (5 levels), a 3.5mm headphone jack, an 8-inch coil, weight: 1kg, adjustable height from 555mm to 1305mm. The Go-Find 20 power supply: 4 AA batteries.
The metal detector has no pinpoint mode and its audio response has only 2 tones.
Minelab Go-Find 40
The main difference of the Minelab Go-Find 40 from the junior Go-Find 20 is a 10-inch coil, there are pinpoint mode, Bluetooth and screen backlight. 3 search programs, 4-step adjustable sensitivity. Expanded discrimination. Additional software.
Headphones with a 3.5mm jack (a common, civil version). An audio response has 3 tones. 5-step adjustable volume.
The Go-Find 40 weight is a bit more: 1.06kg. Adjustable height from 555mm to 1305mm. Power supply: 4 AA batteries.
Minelab Go-Find 60
The main difference of the Minelab Go-Find 60 from the previous Go-Find 40 is 4 search programs, 5-step adjustable sensitivity. 4-tone audio response. Software with the PRO-prefix (more expanded?). An additional smart phone hand-holder (case). The headphones and digging tool are also supplied complete with the Go-Find 60.
Screen backlight. Non-collapsible one, a 10-inch coil. The Go-Find 40 weight: 1.06kg. Adjustable height from 555mm to 1305mm. Power supply: 4 AA batteries.
|GO-FIND 20 is a||GO-FIND 40 is a||GO-FIND 60 is a|
|Worry-FREE choice||Value-PLUS choice||Search-MAX choice|
|Search coverage||Regular (8-inch coil)||Large (10-inch coil)||Large (10-inch coil)|
|Frequency||7.7 kHz||7.7 kHz||7.7 kHz|
|Treasure View LEDs||–||5||5|
|Sensitivity||3 Levels||4 Levels||5 Levels|
|Volume||5 Levels||5 Levels||5 Levels|
|Smartphone App||–||Free App (Upgrade to Pro App is optional)||Pro App|
|Batteries||4 x AA (not included)||4 x AA (not included)||4 x AA (not included)|
|Weight||2.2 lbs / 1.0 kg||2.3 lbs / 1.06 kg||2.3 lbs / 1.06 kg|
|Length||Collapsed: 21.9 in / 555 mm Extended: 51.4 in / 1305 mm|
When a metal object is detected, the corresponding icon will flash on the control panel to indicate the target type. If the icon is turned off (not visible) then these object types will not be detected.
1) POWER SWITCH (ON/OFF)
2) EAR BUDS OUTPUT
3) SENSITIVITY Increase for more detecting depth. You may need to decrease this if there is high noise interference or false signals.
4) PINPOINT (GO?FIND 40/60 only) Determine the exact location of a target.
6) BACKLIGHT (GO?FIND 40/60 only)
7) FIND MODE Detect and reject metal objects.
8) DEPTH INDICATION Shallow | Medium | Deep
9) TREASURE VIEW LED Red and green LEDs help you quickly identify treasure from trash. (GO?FIND 40/60 only)
10) FIND ICONS (x 4)
11) BATTERY LEVEL
12) BLUETOOTH (GO?FIND 40/60 only) AUDIO OUTPUT 1/8″ connector with speaker at rear.
FIND modes allow you to search for specific groups of metal objects by accepting or rejecting detection. No need to dig the trash – just the treasure! Cycle through the different modes using the Find button.
The detector beeps when an object is detected. This sound can be heard through the detector speaker or through ear buds/headphones connected to the audio output socket (refer to control panel diagram).
LOW TONE: Iron targets (such as nails) produce the lowest tone.
MID 1 TONE (GO?FIND 40/60 ONLY): Less valuable metals produce a lower medium tone.
MID 2 TONE (GO?FIND 60 ONLY): Higher value metals produce a higher medium tone.
HIGH TONE: Silver and copper targets produce the highest tone.
The world’s first Minelab Go-Find 40 with another coil! See the photos & video: a 13-inch coil for Minelab Go-Find 40. But the most important thing is that the coils can be freely changed now!
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