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How to Use the Bounty Hunter Junior TID Metal Detector

Some about month or two ago I’ve posted about new release by Bounty Hunter – metal detector for the small diggers, lol, our kids, model Bounty Hunter Junior TID. I liked that idea, even more I have a cool idea for my son to get a cash for ice cream, lol! Today we take a look at another How-To video with the Bounty Hunter Junior TID. This detector is great...

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Minelabs war against XP Detectors – will they survive? (And Depar Detector +, facts)

The French XP Detectors company has a hard life. Minelab, a leading company for more than a decade on the market, are threatening the XP Deus company. XP Detectors and their partner in the United States started stealing technology from the Australians, and it seems like they are beginning to suffer. And not only they, but also their distributors. We have written about how all this started in this article: Did...

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The release of Coiltek coils for Whites (facts, proof, and nothing but the truth +)

So, among us diggers there has been a news story for quite some time already (perhaps a month) that Coiltek suddenly started to produce a series of coils for Whites Detectors (mostly metal detectors for gold). It was interesting to watch the reaction of many sensations lovers, but this post is not about that. I decided to dig deeper and find out what is the whole point of why suddenly the manufacturer...

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First impressions of the Fisher F75 (photos+)

I finally got the brand new F75 Detector by Fisher! And just as i got it, there is not the slightest possibility to test the new detector because of the damned frost and snow. To be honest, it did not expect to have so much winter at the beginning of November, but i can’t do anything about it. But in the meantime, I will slowly study the manual of this detector. First...

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CORS Fire coil air test on Garrett AT Pro! (video, results+)

In this article i am going to be reviewing the CORS Fire coil for the Garrett AT Pro (also available for other detectors). If you have read my previous post about this coil, you will know that it is kind of big, especially compared to the standard AT Pro coil. This, of course has its pros an cons, which you can read about in more detail this article, if you are...

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An unusual detector – Teknetics G2 + (review of the kit, photos+)

Recently a somewhat unusual dettector caught my eye, I could not pass by and not take pictures, and i am that guy who easily fall for such unusual devices. But what did i find unusual with this detector? Probably the fact that i have never seen it sell here and I have not seen it on so many forums. Why? Good question! Let’s first see what’s inside the box itself,...

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The best settings for the Garrett Ace 400i

To get right into it i will now tell you what settings you have and what is good to use when with the metal detector Ace 400i by Garrett. The menu on this device is quite simple, it is provided with a number of ready-made searching modes, and in addition you have the possibility to create your own. Next, to sort through the mods: Modes: All-Metal – this mode is used if you...

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Field detecting with the Garrett ACE 300i and the Nel Attack coil

Every day, the temperature is slowly creeping down, and the winter is getting closer. In the forest, a thick layer of leaves has covered the ground, and in the fields, farmers have already harvested their crop. As long as the ground is not covered by ice, i decided to go out detecting. This time i decided not to go too far, but rather to a nearby field. The farmer plowed...

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Medieval gold coin! (photos +)

Noble – this is the name of the first mass-produced English gold coin. This huge coin contains over 90% gold!? The medieval system counted one noble to be just as much worth as six shillings and eight pence or 80 pence, or 1/3 pound. This magnificent coin appeared in the 1344-1346, the years of the reign of King Edward III and later kings used this coin for over a hundred years. The inscriptions on the early...

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Did XP Detectors steal technology from Minelab? (facts, proof+)

The detecting season ends not only for diggers, but also manufacturers of metal detectors. For them it is time to roll out new products, start improving previous detectors and develop new technologies and systems. But they also are aware about stealing technology, which were spent big sums of money on developing, especially if we are talking about the company Minelab, the famous manufacturer of metal detectors. And we have already heard about Chinese copying...