new 2018

GTX3030: Chinese-made fake Minelab CTX 3030. Did it really happen?

A GTX3030 metal detector appeared on Chinese websites. It’s strange but this one looks a bit similar to the already existing Minelab CTX 3030. Don’t pay attention, it’s just a coincidence. There is another name and no Minelab logo. So what claims can be made against the Chinese manufacturer? Minelab’s machine was released in 2012 whereas the release date of the Chinese-made unit is 2018. In addition, Minelab’s device costs $2,400 whereas the new Chinese product is priced at $198. I wonder whether Chinese could really fake the Minelab CTX 3030? Or they are selling e-waste in the likeness of a detector? Continue reading

White’s new machine (photo). NEW 2018?

The latest trend among MD manufacturers now is showing how their new product testing is being conducted. So it isn’t enough to simply announce something like the Minelab Go-Find shaft is approved by MD enthusiasts, like Minelab does. It should be at least 100 test men on all continents of the world who will try out absolutely every situation you can think of… A guy who conducts tests for White’s has revealed, either accidentally or intentionally, their new machine. Are you willing to see the first photo of White’s novelty? Continue reading

Makro Kruzer shares coil compatibility with Makro Multi Kruzer

The Makro Kruzer and Makro Multi Kruzer coils are interchangeable. A stock coil for both machines is a Makro 11 DD. The Makro Gold Kruzer comes with its own coils that aren’t compatible with other Kruzer units (but maybe these ones work with the Makro Gold Racer?). Also, the Gold Kruzer package includes 2 coils. Continue reading