Tagged: Minelab

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Minelab – News From The IWA Exhibition 2018 (Photos+)

This will be the final post about the IWA exhibition 2018 in Germany will be about Minelab. No more detecting manufacturers¬†were present on this exhibition, and therefore there is nothing more to write about. Minelab arrived with a very large stand this year. I managed to visit them and talk with the team about future developments and their plans to create new models of metal detectors. However, let’s start in...

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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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Minelab E-Trac – Though Outdated, But Still A Serious Professional Detector! (Our Review, Photos+)

In our time, when more than 50% of the professional detectorists (read – professional), go detecting with the metal detector XP Deus, some other detectors go down in history. But this does not mean that they are completely bad and they allegedly do not dig anything, as some newcomers think. There are still many diggers who walk with the so-called “ancient” detectors, or professional models, time-tested. For example, as one...

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A Man Found A Gold Nugget Worth More Than $50,000! (Photos+)

You know this saying – “Better safe than sorry?”. This story is well characterized by such a saying. In Queensland, Australia, one of the diggers, who wished to remain anonymous, was walking with a metal detector. Judging by what device he had – Minelab GPX 5000, then he walked with one goal – the search for native gold. Otherwise, there is nothing to look for in Australia’s wilds, there is...

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Manufacturers Joking About Each Other (Teknetics Vs. Minelab, Battle Of The Pinpointers, Funny!) – updated!

Sometimes, the different detector manufacturers love to make jokes about each other for promotional purposes, and for us to have a good laugh. This is one funny example of that, and what do we see here under the advertisement of the new pinpointer? A little hello to Minelab! Update! Sometimes such jokes are finishing not as good as planned, but as the final result of that story – two comments...

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New Pinpointers From Minelab – PRO Find 15 And PRO Find 35! (News 2017!) – Updated!

Minelab from Australia recently presented its new pinpointers to the world: the PRO Find 15 and PRO Find 35! This novelty was very much liked by the local diggers, because the price of the model “PRO Find 15” is only 90 euros, and the model “PRO Find 35” is only 120 euros! The PRO Find 15 is a water resistant model, and the PRO Find 35 allows immersion in water...

New secret technologies by Minelab? New info about Equinox Multi-IQ and how does it work! (pictures and schemes+) 0

New Secret Technologies By Minelab? New Info About Equinox Multi-IQ And How It Works! (Pictures and Schemes+)

Have you heard about new metal detector Minelab Equinox? Looks like only lazy detectorists had no idea what is it, but, as for now it is not in the sales yet, only available for preorder, we can only guess what is it and how it works. But don’t worry, Minelab guys already posted a short guide about what technology Multi-IQ is and how does it work. Minelab post available here....

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British Detectorist Finds Ancient Roman Treasure! (Video, Photos+)

A British man was out with his metal detector when he found something no-one else found before him in England. In Gloucestershire, England, Pete Cresswell and his brother-in-law Andrew Boughton found a small treasure stock of bronze statues from the last years of the Roman occupation of the country. This treasure also contained parts of metal boxes, handles that have been placed on boxes, parts of metal statues, parts of...

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Minelab Equinox – A New Metal Detector From The Australians! (New In 2017, Photos, Info+)

The new detector is finally known! Well, on Saturday, September 16, Minelab opened the veil of secrecy. They announced a new detector on one of the world’s largest rally – Detectival. You were not there? And that’s right, it’s more of a local British gathering, and there are a lot of diggers in Great Britain, the benefit of the hobby is developed both in legislation and society is positive about...