Tagged: Diggers tips

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Is It Possible To Boost The Depth Of The Garrett ACE 400i? (Diggers Tips, Finds+)

It would seem reasonable that an entry-level metal detector could be improved a little, right? Maybe improved in terms of depth, because the Garrett ACE series, although famous among detectorists, sometimes lack a little on the depth factor. There has been quite a lot of discussions about the possibilities of these metal detectors, but nothing is better than going out in practice and finding the answer to this question that no-one...

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How To Connect An XP Deus Coil To WS4 And WS5 Headphones (Diggers Tips)

Perhaps this is a question asked by every digger, who has just received his first XP Deus. The XP Deus is a great detector, but sometimes there are some occasions when you need to connect a new coil to the headphones, but how can you do it? In fact, it’s very simple, it’s fast and without any problems. To do it, you need to perform the following steps: To start, you need...

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Digging War Relics

I think that many detectorists sooner or later have thought about finding relics on battlefields, for example, from the era of World War II. But before starting the digging, I would advise you to remember a few simple rules: It is better to dig with a shovel with a long handle. Otherwise, digging out a trench with a short shovel will take quite a lot of time and energy. For especially...

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Choosing The XP Deus – What Kit Should You Buy? (Diggers Tips+)

Even when I chose my next metal detector for the new season, I stayed on the XP Deus. There are a lot of reasons for this, but there are sites of proven metal detector sellers that sell a large number of sets of this metal detector. At first, when I was still not particularly interested in Deus and its bundles, this fact caused a small headache for me and made...

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Golden Mask 5+: Is It Worth It, And How Good Is It? (Our Review!)

The company Golden Mask originates from the brand Banditto. But after the discovery of the golden mask of the Thracian Tsar, the company changed the brand name to the already familiar Golden Mask. The step was made right – after this incident, the Golden Mask began to creep across Europe and gained great fame in one of the largest markets for treasure hunters, in a country where detecting is strictly...

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Cors Scout Coil – Our Review With The Minelab E-Trac!

Sometimes it would seem like “why do we need additional coils for the metal detector?” Isn’t it enough with the standard coil? Naturally, it is not enough, especially when it comes to sniper coils or large coils from 13″ and up to 15″ in diameter. But there is another question – why change the standard coil for an additional coil of a third-party manufacturer, if the difference in size is...

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The First Tests of The Minelab Equinox 600/800 and Comparison With Other Detectors!

The first deliveries of the Minelab Equinox 600/800 have already been done and the detectors have fallen into the hands of people who have issued pre-orders for them. How did it end? Naturally, many diggers immediately began to shoot their detecting and tests of the new serial models of metal detectors from Minelab. What the producer has been hyping up for so long, has now happened – the Equinoxes are...

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Fisher F75 Review: Information, Thoughts and Personal Experience! (Finds, Photos+)

The Fisher F75, the flagship metal detector of Fisher Research Labs, is a professional level detector. This detector has a great design, impressive technology and it is overall an amazing detector that is in no way inferior to the more expensive models of other manufacturers. I have now owned this metal detector for quite a long time, and I truly am happy for buying it. With it, I have detected...

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Museum Idiotism and How the Visitors Are Being Confused! (Photos+)

I propose to talk on such a sensitive topic as “errors” in information in museum stands. After all, state museums are a source of serious information. People write scientific works, relying on museum exhibits and specialized literature in the field of history and archeology. It’s one thing if it’s just typos or spelling errors on information stands in museums. Which also, of course, surprises, but not so much that it...