recovery speed test

Nokta Anfibio recovery speed test (depth, salt). NEW 2018

Just look at this coil! The French XP ORX machine wasn’t the only novelty introduced at Detectival 2018, the UK metal detecting rally. Nokta, the Turkish manufacturer, have revealed their own new device – Nokta Anfibio. In sober fact, some of the units were distributed among the bloggers before, and by now, on the day of the presentation itself, we already have several video reviews and tests. Well, how do you like the Turkish idea of getting the bloggers onboard? So, here comes a new product – a Nokta Anfibio metal detector. Please share your thoughts on this device in the comments below. Feel free to write about your own experiences and ideas. Continue reading

Makro Gold Kruzer Recovery Speed Test (+ Nail Board Test)

Here is a test of the Makro Gold Kruzer’s ablility to separate close together targets, conducted by blogger Michal Majchrowicz. Plus, a more complicated one – in Monte’s Nail Board format (a specific plane with the nails and coins). Will the Makro Gold Kruzer be able to pass these experiments? Continue reading

Minelab Equinox 800 Secrets. Everyone should know this!

MD enthusiast DirtFishing conducted a wide-ranging Minelab Equinox 800 test. It’s really a valuable knowledge for all owners of this detector that will enable them not to waste time on experiments. For example, in which search program and at which frequency is the Minelab Equinox 800 able to locate silver at its max depth? Or, if the speed is increased as far as it can go, how will it decrease your machine’s detection depth? Anyway, if you already own the Equinox 800 or are going to buy it, these are the 3 must-know tables for you. Continue reading

Comparison: Minelab Equinox 800 vs Nokta Impact (target separation)

Here’s a comparison between the Minelab Equinox 800 and Nokta Impact: testing the detectors’ abilities to separate targets lying close together. It’s the most relevant issue for those who like to hunt the very trashy areas. Not every machine can work great in trash, although there are lots of finds there. Continue reading

Minelab Equinox 600 Recovery Speed Test (a complicated one)

Should you only buy a Minelab Equinox 800, or a Minelab Equinox 600 will be quite enough? It’s a really tough question, I am actually thinking on it right now. Until then, here’s a Minelab Equinox 600 recovery speed test in its complicated version, when a coin is located underneath the rusty nails. In your opinion, can the junior cope with this task? Continue reading

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