Although all metal detectors bring finds, the expensive devices make it a little better. Want to see how they do it? Watch the video.
This is the Minelab Go-Find 20 test of the unit’s ability to separate several targets close together. Everything is simple: a pair of rusty nails and a coin. The mid-level and expensive detectors pass this test (better or worse, but yet they do pass). However, the cheap Go-Find 20 couldn’t pass it. But it’s my opinion. My digging buddy claims this machine coped with its task. It kind of sees the coin after all! Who is right?
But what did I want? So that the Minelab Go-Find 20 costing less than $250 repeated the illustrative Makro Racer recovery speed test (great!)?
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