Minelab X-Terra 305

X-Terra 305 is a modern microprocessor metal detector designed using VLF technology. It has two operating frequencies 7,5 kHz and 18,75 kHz.

The device has a wide range of user settings: highly accurate ground balancing, noise cancel feature, sensitivity adjustment, audio and graphical target identification and different discrimination modes.

The device has been on the market since 2009.

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Minelab Equinox 800

Only one metal detector was announced in the name of the current review, but actually we“ll be discussing two devices – Minelab Equinox 800 and Minelab Equinox 600. Though they differ only in price and functionality they can offer.

I have some experience of treasure hunting using Minelab Equinox 800 and I’d like to share my opinion about it. Except this, we’ll also get things clear about what exactly makes these two metal detectors different.

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X-Terra 705 is a professional metal detector of the highest level and it has been popular since 2006!

Its performance potential and equipment impress with their huge searching features. The device’s commercial software is so accurately and throughly set, that even the beginner who has just taken this metal detector into his hands will find quite a number of coins right in his very first day of treasure hunting!

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MINELAB Go-Find 60

This one will do for both the beginners and those who want to get a small sized device that can be always with you, for example, in a car.

MINELAB Go-Find 60 – is the newest device and it is highly likely that future Minelab models will inherit quite a lot from it. The product line is represented by three metal detectors – Go-Find 20, Go-Find 40 and Go-Find 60. Since Go-Find 60 is the most sophisticated and highly productive one, let’s begin with reviewing it first.

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