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Reviewing The New X35 Coil For The XP Deus!

Greetings! Finally, the new X35 coils began to appear on the market. So far, only a small amount in Europe could be pre-ordered, something which we did. We decided to look at the biggest coil for the XP Deus – the 13″ DD. The differences are immediately noticeable when you take a coil in your hand. Did it just seem to me or is the plastic material different? This is probably...

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XP MI-6 Pinpointer (Our Review!)

For what you need a pinpointer and what it is useful for, during detecting, we have already written and told about a million times. I even wrote a post on this topic, but now, it seems to me, everyone knows that digging without a pinpointer means spending a lot of time digging out the find. And what if you dig tiny hammered coins? These finds are difficult to find without...

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Golden Mask 5+ SE – Our Review Of The Metal Detector! (Settings, Tips, Photos+)

Greetings fellow detectorists! I have used the metal detectors from Golden Mask for a long time, this is so to say not the first year. I have some experience with the Golden Mask 4 PRO and the Golden Mask 5+, but in 2018 the manufacturer introduced a further improvement, the Golden Mask 5+ SE, which means SE-Special Edition, probably. So to speak, an even more improved version of the famous...

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HF Elliptical 24×13 cm Coil For The XP Deus! (Review, Photos+)

Greetings, fellow diggers! It so happened that we slowly study the XP Deus and the coils to it, and just recently I got my hands on something that I borrowed from a friend, who mainly detects at the beaches of the sea. This thing was a high-frequency elliptical coil for the Deus, and I decided to make a small review and opinion on this coil. The HF elliptical coil was...

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XP Deus Settings For Littered Places (Tips From Experienced Detectorists)

Unlike other metal detectors with preinstalled search programs and not very much freedom in changing settings, the XP Deus metal detector allows itself to be adjusted for use on any soil and any detecting conditions to the maximum. Of course, the depth of the detector is not the deepest, but the depth is not important where other metal detectors do not see certain objects, for example – medieval silver, gold,...

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Updates For The XP Deus: Version 5.0 And Three New X35 Coils! (New from XP Detectors)

Greetings, friends! Yesterday, on the official site of XP Detectors, they posted news about the upcoming new version of the update V5 (5.0) and the release of three new coils labeled X35. But what does this mean? Let’s look at it in order. 3 new X35 coils It seems like the era of black coils, which have been produced for more than 10 years, is coming to an end, they...

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Detecting Point – A Medieval Hoard! (News, Photos+)

We literally walk around on different ancient objects and relics. What now seems like garbage for us, will be excellent finds for future archaeologists and diggers. And here is a simple example – on a construction site in Tallinn, the workers invited archeologists after cleaning the surface of the territory of buildings and debris, to check and see what can be found in one of the oldest parts of the...

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Detecting In Germany Part 2: Napoleon’s Ring, The German Empire And Roman Coins! (Diggers Story, Finds, Photos+)

If you haven’t read it yet, part 1 of this story can be found here! Continuation of “Detecting in Germany”, part 2: We woke up on the following day, we ate breakfast, took our already pre-packed backpacks with all its necessities, and of course, the “Garrett Deus”, as you remember from the last part of this story. We met up with Nico from yesterday and hit the road on the...

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Mysterious Ring With The Head Of The Devil (Identifying Finds+)

From time to time, a usual detectorist stumbles across a very unusual artifact. And sometimes the hypotheses of the origin and dating of these objects excite the minds of fellow detectorists so much that you simply marvel at it. And this time this exact thing happened… In the spring of 2016, there was a rumor among the treasure hunters of the Ryazan region that a unique mystical ancient ring was...

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76.2 mm Regimental Gun M1927 Found In Estonia (Updated, Photos+)

The 2018 detecting season has not only begun for the diggers of coins in the fields because war-relic hunters have also started. This year, the members of the Otsing Club (“detecting club”) found a 76.2-mm regimental gun, the 1927 model, in the swamps of Narva. A total of 18,000 such guns were produced, of which only a small number have survived to this day. It’s good that in Estonia, the...