Minelab Safari – A Professional Metal Detector For A Beginner (Review, Photos+)

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6 Responses

  1. dave says:

    I disagree with your post I’ve had my safari for a good few years found good stuff don’t hardly dig trash as you said in your review if you only want to dig good targets well who wants to dig rubbish certainly not me I think you need abit more time with the safari yes you do have to have a slow swing but that’s not that bad

    • Detectorist says:

      Different people, different opinions 🙂 I prefer quick swing, for example, so looking for a fast response.

  2. George says:

    Hello, I am a safari owner and I want to change it with something better. I am searching for coins, relics, jewelry in fields, mountains, beaches, old houses and parks. I want faster recovery, deeper depth, and better target identification. What detectors do you suggest until 700euros budget?

  3. George says:

    What is your opinion about Teknetics T-2, Fisher F-19, Nokta/Makro Simplex/ and Minelab equinox?

  4. Pmasit says:

    Explorer , safari , etrac ..

    Tbey are more or less all the same ,
    Providing real FBS system and resl accuracy.

    Etrac is not much deeper fir sure ..
    The safari is just a little more handicapped sinceyu can tweak it less.

    The explorer 2 , altough older has the same depth as the etrac.. sinoly becaue you can tweak it as you want . Etrac is just a little bit faster .

    All the explorers are great , superb if you ask me .
    Low and slow will make you a better detectirist and slows you down forcing you to investigate a little better .

    I have run them all and no other detectir ever called a detector is better then one of them wich does not mean a tesoro vaquero or deus is bad ,
    No , they are great tools too , fast , light and all ..

    Yet they wiol
    Never be a explorer

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