Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

Quest Metal Detectors, a new manufacturer, has rolled out its new products – the Quest Q20, Quest Q40, and Quest PRO machines… Take a look at these novelties 2017. Does it seem Fisher/Teknetics weren’t enough for the Chinese, and now they are setting up pranks against Minelab and Garrett?

Quest Q20

Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

A Quest Q20 metal detector. IP66-rated waterproof. Built-in USB rechargeable battery. Large screen with backlight. Probable wireless headphone connection (has a jack for wired headphones). Price: $259. Going on sale in September 2017.

Important clarification: being IP66 certified, the machine can be only formally called an underwater one. In actual practice, a completely submersible unit capable of working in water up to 1-3 meters starts from the IP68 standard. With the IP66 announced, the device can withstand rain, or you can be not afraid to wash it under running water.

The Quest Q20 has a 9 kHz frequency and is based on VLF technology (type of circuit). There are 3 preset search programs. A dual-tone response. For identification of targets there is a 10 segment discriminator scale with VDI numbers in the 0 to 99 range. Automatic and manual ground balance.

Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

The Quest Q20 comes with a straight 3-piece demountable shaft. Adjustable length from 80 cm to 130 cm. Built-in rechargeable 1200 mAh Li-Po battery. Battery life: up to 20 hours. Weight: 1,050 g with a Blade coil (a stock one: 9.5×5 inches/ 22.5×28 cm, Turbo D) or 1,350 g with a Raptor coil (9×11 inches/ 22.5×28 cm, Turbo D).

Quest Q40

Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

A Quest Q40 metal detector. The main distinction from its junior Quest Q20 model is a 13 kHz frequency, 5 search programs, a 6-tone response, plus real time ground effect monitoring. IP66 waterproof rating (see above for clarification). Built-in USB rechargeable battery. Large screen with backlight. Wireless headphone connection (has a jack for wired headphones). Price: $469. Sales launch: September 2017.

Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

The Quest Q40 is based on VLF technology (type of circuit) with the operating frequency of 13 kHz. There are 5 preset search programs. A 6-tone response. For identification of targets there is a 20 segment discriminator scale which… is located vertically along the left side of the screen. Well! The Chinese have given us a surprise. How can you say now that it’s a counterfeited Teknetics or Fisher machine? )) In addition to vertical graphic discrimination scale, the detector has usual VDI numbers in the range of 0-99. Also, there is automatic and manual ground balance as well as real time ground effect monitoring.

The Quest Q40 comes with a straight 3-piece demountable shaft. The length can be adjusted from 80 cm to 130 cm. Built-in rechargeable 2000 mAh Li-Po battery. Battery life: up to 20 hours with wireless headphones, and 30 hours on built-in speaker. Weight: 1,350 g with a Raptor coil (a stock one: 9×11 inches/ 22.5×28 cm, Turbo D).

Quest PRO

Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

A Quest PRO metal detector. VLF technology (type of circuit), a multi-frequency device. Designed for use in ground and underwater search (submersion in water up to 3 meters). Large screen with backlight and a separate LED discrimination scale. Wireless headphones and smartphone connectivity. Built-in USB rechargeable 2000 mAh Li-Po battery. The price and sales launch date is currently unknown.

5 search programs, a 6-tone response. The rest of the features (ground balance, weight, battery life, and more) are similar to those of the Quest Q40 detector.

Don’t you think the machines marked with 20 and 40 do already exist? Having received a severe jolt from Fisher/Teknetics, are the Chinese now jerking Minelab’s chain?

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Let me remind you: First Texas, the company producing Fisher, Teknetics, Bounty Hunter detectors, recently sued Deteknix into the ground. Less than two months after, new Quest Metal Detectors appeared in the market, instead of old Deteknix, and immediately started to release the new products. All new metal detectors 2017 are collected here.

19 Responses to Quest Q20 & Quest Q40 & Quest PRO (+ prices, video). NEW 2017

  • These new detectors are obviously revised version. Although they look similar to the old Deteknix units, the difference on the screen is really considerable. Just take the vertical discrimination scale alone ))

  • Now I know what jumped out at me while watching the Quest Q40 video. Compare the accompanying sound and presentation style:

  • New video (Quest Q20):

  • bonjour, vraiment intéressent manque quelque renseignement longueur replier , équilibre de l’objet, y a t’il des mise a jour, que donne t’il sur sable mouillé et sec .

  • When when when will it be in uk

  • Quest Q40:

  • Quest Q20:

  • I have had the Quest Q40 now for a month field testing it in Canada with the stock 9×8 search coil and a 5″ search coil that I modified for it. It’s an excellent detector, found no issues with its quality or software. It’s deep enough for “most” treasure hunters.

    You can read more about it on my website: https://www.treasurelinx.com/quest_md.html

    They are making some great finds in the Netherlands with the Q40 just released. Release date for the Q20 and Q40 in the Us is supposed to be the middle of September 2017

  • I am trying to get an operating manual for my quest metal detector. It has no model name or number. the part that has the meter in it is somewhat oval, It has a low battery light, volume knob, disc knob, though I don’t know what disc stands for. can you help me get an operator manual.

  • I own a quest metal detector, but I can’t find the operator’s manual. the part that has the meter in it is somewhat oval in shape, and has the foll owing: low battery light, ear phone connector, volume knob, disc ( what ever that means) knob.and a power light. there is no model name or number. I received it 2-01-17. It also has “metal detector plus” on it.

    the serial number is CRS900504

    can you help me get a operator’s manual.. thank you.

  • QUEST Q40 COIN SHOOTING (englandshistory detecting):

  • I am useing the q20 for two weeks now finding some really nice stuff but still can’t seem to get the settings on iron to work as I have dug up iron with a 86 reading , very happy with the detector but gonna have to get used to its irational numbers

  • Looks like a nice machine. Who would sell them in Canada

  • So this metal detector is not worth buying in your opinion? Thanks Trapper

  • how to buy QUEST PRO and how much in price that?

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