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The rumor about Minelab

Some bloggers recently wrote that the future of the known company Minelab “is not looking bright”. They wrote that Minelabs “top executive” Gary Schafer left the company to sell “umbrellas, pens and stickers”. Therfore we decided to do a little “research” and find out, are these rumors true? Are these simply rumors created by bloggers who are eager for attention and sensation, and who are trying to convince us this is true? First of all: Yes, Gary Schafer has...

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New coil by Nel – model Thunder (will be announced soon) – updated

Around couple of months ago I’ve heard about new project by Nel, but noone knew what project is it and what coil would it be. For today I got only these, I wouldn’t share any names, but got this picture by one of my blog follower – Nel Thunder coil will be released in September 2016, so stay tuned, I will get more news probably soon and as addition some...

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Nel is a top manufacturer in Ukraine?

So recently the guys from Nel had full reason be proud over a new diploma and a great achivement:- “Best company of 2016”. Even though the year is not quite finished, in Ukraine they have already started giving out titles. For a company that produces metal detectors and gadgets for this hobby, this is always good news. It “promotes” our beloved hobby, it gives us better reputation, and sets us...

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New Patent by First Texas Products – a fresh brief of Pulse Induction technology?

Do you know, that there are only two technologies in metal detecting – “Pulse Induction” (PI) and “Very Low Frequency” (VLF). Also Minelab has it own FBS and FBS2, but I don’t know how it works and is it an independent technology or just an improvement of VLF? PI is good for high mineralized grounds and many underwater detectors are working on this technology, VLF is common for almost 80%...

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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...