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Nel Tornado coil for Makro Racer 2 metal detector review 0

Nel Tornado coil on Makro Racer 2

I always wanted to check some additional coil on my metal detector, but had no chance yet. Got this review from our follower, Stephen Gray from UK: As you would expect the first thing I did when testing out the Nel Tornado coil was ground balanced it to see if it was as quick at this as the stock coil . It was very quick to balance , two seconds...

Fisher F44 metal detector how to set up what settings to use tips and advices 0

Fisher F44 – what settings to use and how to set up (tips and advices+)

Hey guys! As I promised some time ago – I got a couple of digging days and have tested a new Fisher F44 metal detector (click to check all specs). For those who do not follow me yet – I’ve posted about Fisher F44 package and what comes in a kit in these post, take a look to check what was inside of F44 box. Regarding my experience, I want...

Makro Racer 2 tutorial metal detector beginner guide how to use 0

Makro Racer 2 metal detector – how to start (a beginners guide)

If you have bought your new metal detector Makro Racer 2 I recommend you to check that video – how to start detecting with Racer 2 and set it up correct. In most of the cases everything shown in video will help you to get more finds and understand is it trash or fine coin under the coil. Happy Hunting! I collect everything about Makro Racer 2 here. More data...

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Metal Detector Fisher F44 – what is in box? (+photo review of kit)

When FisherLab released it’s new detectors line for beginners (F11, F22 and F44) I thought that it must be a good competitor for Garrett ACE series of metal detectors. For many years Garrett ACE detectors were the bestsellers for beginners and a lot of manufacturers tried to compete, but noone has a success at all. I saw in Fisher F44 a real competitor of Garrett ACE 350 (EuroACE) – and...

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Classic is still alive – Garrett Euro ACE (announcement)

Just a couple of days ago I’ve made an advertisement about sale of my Garrett AT PRO, semi professional metal detector. I wanted to change it for Garrett ACE 400i to write new posts about it only to understand is it a good detector or not. So I’ve offered a pretty expensive price, because I knew that some person who are looking for Garrett AT PRO anyway will write me...

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Diggin’ WW2 Battlefield: Courland Pocket (photos+)

Hi there! So far I decided to show You some photos made this year in Courland Pocket by my Latvian colleagues. Enjoy! Rusty German helmet found in forest under fallen tree. Helmet liner still there. Four Panzerfaust 60 firing tubes were found in a mess around former battlefield. On the other side of the tube was visible part of warning: “Vorsicht! Rohr ist immer mit Pulver geladen auch wenn Geschoss...

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Fisher F22 Metal detector – short video review

FisherLab released in 2015 3 new metal detectors for beginners – F11, F22 and F44. Why not F33? Don’t know, probably that name is booked for any other detector for future release, will see in next seasons! F22 is one of the most interesting models of FisherLab detectors released in last 2 years. Why so? Because it’s cheap, for it’s price (about $250) it’s powerful and show a good results,...

Coin hunting with Nokta Fors Relic metal detector 0

Digging and coin hunting with Nokta Fors Relic (+videos)

Some weeks ago I got a new Nokta Fors Relic metal detector. Manufacturer and price range classify it like semi-professional metal detector and it is true, making some tests we realized, that Nokta Fors Relic is powerful tool for metal detecting. I got a video for you, it filmed by one guy from UK: I prefer to check a real tests, not like specially filmed by unknown guys – sometimes...

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R.I.P. Fisher F2 (officially confirmed)

Today I’ve got a confirmation, that Fisher F2 is not in production anymore. Manufacturers and retailers call it “discontinued”, but for us, for diggers, coin and relic hunters and hobby detectorists that means than coming soon we will see Fisher F2 only in museums. Last parties will be sold out and another legend will stay in memories. Was it good detector? Must be, if it has found a space on...