Tagged: News


The NFD90 Detector: A Unique Tool for Treasure Hunters (Review, Thoughts +)

Digging in places of old settlements and other iron-infested sites can be very interesting and produce many interesting finds, but finding the right detector for this task can be as challenging as finding the treasures themselves. Therefore, we will take a look at the NFD90, a one-of-a-kind metal detector from Ukraine that may change the way you look at detecting iron-infested sites. This self-made marvel stands out not just for...


Nokta AccuPOINT Review: The Pinpointer of the Future? (Review, Unboxing, Testing +)

Among us detectorists the introduction of a new gadget is always met with excitement and a lust to read about it on hobby-detecting.com😉. Over the winter we haven’t exactly been blessed with too much new detecting technology from the producers, but we aren’t left completely empty-handed! We are of course talking about the Nokta AccuPOINT Pointer, the latest offering from our beloved Nokta. We will look at the AccuPOINT, exploring...


The new XP WSA II and WSA II XL headphones for Deus 2 are available in Europe!

Hey! The good news – the new headphones for XP Deus II are now available to order. The WSA II model is similar to WSA for XP ORX, but it is designed especially for Deus 2 model. Same to WSA II XL, which is the same shape as WS 5 for Deus 1, but dedicated only to XP Deus II as well. The headphones are operating on a wireless protocol...


New Gold prospecting metal detector by Garrett?

The US-based Garrett Metal Detectors manufacturer will release the new metal detector! Always a piece of good news, right? Thanks to the XXI century remote tools, you can watch the release online. More details about the new metal detector will be posted in this blog, stay tuned!


The new CORS Butterfly Coil

The CORS Labs, manufacturer of aftermarket coils for almost all popular metal detecting brands, presented the new  coil model, called “Butterfly”! Size 11″ x 12″/28 cm x 30 cm Weight: 14.8 oz/420 g *weight set without coil cover weight may vary slightly, depending on the model of detector and coil to safely be used without cover Looks like this coil is a perfect replacement of stock coil of your detector,...


NEL FLY – new coil by NEL company! (New for 2020!)

Hey, do you know about the NEL Coils company from Ukraine, who designs and makes the best aftermarket coils for the almost every metal detector in this world? Now you know. Looks like there is a new model of coil coming out very soon, called NEL Fly. What do we know about this model for now? Its size is 11×12″, which makes it the perfect replacement for the stock coil...


Time Ranger PRO – new metal detector by Bounty Hunter! (New for 2020)

Hey, guys! What do we see here with the new Bounty Hunter Time Ranger PRO? Looks like it is a fresh update to the Bounty Hunter metal detectors line. Finally. Bounty Hunter is a well-known brand in the metal detecting industry, but for the last years, we haven’t seen any updates to the product line. And now it has come! Time Ranger PRO – means the ranger who will hunt...


How is the metal detectors made by XP? (Video)

I can’t say about you, but when I see the robotic manufacturing process I can just stuck for a long time. Same goes here – have you ever thought how is the XP Detectors made? When I firstly tried the X35 type coil I was impressed by the quality of this coil – it has no false signals at all. So stable work! Now I know the reason and see...


The Air Metal Detector – A Very Interesting Novelty Of 2019! (Photos, Specifications, News+)

The modern metal detector was invented in the 1920s and have been in development ever since. From first being a device for finding landmines to becoming a device for archeologists and hobby enthusiasts, the detector has gone through many stages of development and technology leaps. Today we have everything from wireless and compact to waterproof and lightweight detectors, and it would seem that we get more improvements every day. But...


Two WW2 U.S. Aircraft Carriers Found At Depths Of More Than 4000 Meters! (News, Photos+)

Underwater images show virtually undamaged aircraft, cannons, and tractors aboard the aircraft carriers that have been lying on the seabed since World War II. (Press on the images to see them in full screen plus description) Spectacular wreckage of the USS “Hornet”. The two 225 meters long aircraft carrier USS “Wasp” and USS “Hornet” were found in January, but only now is the news released that both have been discovered....