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  1. A new detector Versa in our offer. Waterproof to a depth of 2.5 m. Lightweight 1.3kg. Telescopically folds flat so it can be conveniently placed in a backpack. Operating frequency range from 4 to 40 kHz or Multi Frequency operation. Built-in rechargeable battery with a run time of 10 to 25 hours (average 15). In addition to motion and Dual mode, a new non motion mode with tone identification. Versa supports SR-1 headphones and OS-2 receiver. Full specification and price will be announced soon.
  2. Latest metal detector to try out. Experimental unit out of the Ukraine made by Alex. I mounted the control box on a White's s-handle, Fisher armrest and Fisher lower tall man's rod. Very light weight. My unit is set up a little hotter. Hopefully the weather will cooperate Saturday for a field test.
  3. Why aren't we hearing more reports on the Vista X?----Would welcome the "pros & cons" of this detector (relic & coin hunting in mineralized ground).
  4. DeepTech has announced a new 8" solid round Concentric coil for the Vista X. I am looking forward to seeing how this improves an already excellent Iron machine.
  5. I’ve have never seen this detector before but maybe someone on here knows all about it. The odd thing is the name of it . Chuck
  6. Many years we learned from Monte how to have advantage in separation. He was great person and always helped with advices... With his help borned MD that differs from others... Some tests
  7. Has anyone tried gold hunting with a Nexus MP V3 in heavily mineralized soils ? If so, I'd appreciate any comments. Thanks.
  8. Ok new IB baby. I will try it soon. Thank you Georgi!
  9. I decided to document my new journey with the Nexus. https://www.youtube.com/@BeepnDigRelicHunting-fe5gs
  10. Hello, does anyone have any news on this new stinger detector, thank you
  11. Here is a glowing article about a mine detector that reportedly combines 2 technologies. Does anybody know more about it? Who makes it? Does it work as advertised? Would it be of use outside of the mine detection context? https://asc.army.mil/docs/pubs/alt/current/issue/articles/54_AN-PSS-14_Mine_Detection_System_Offers_Improved_Countermine_Capability_200701.pdf
  12. Worked very well in bad ground, lite weigh housing, Auto ground trac, pinpoint, three tone options, visual target I.D. and depth reading down to 10". I may take this one with me to the After life.
  13. Has the ability to help eliminate unwanted targets in the first few inches. Mint condition.
  14. Fun to use in iron invested colonial sites.
  15. Given to me by a friend it still works perfect.
  16. Hi I heard that a good detector for trash areas was the compass 77b professional. Any thoughts. Would like to acquire one. Anybody out there have one to part with,
  17. And people thought Deus 2 is expensive https://vogeldetectors.com/qz-80/
  18. Hi I have some compass Metal detectors that I plan to sell off. Was thinking about keeping one. I have what seems to be a 77B, not the professional, just the standard 77b, I also have a Judge2 Automatic. Was wondering which is the better of the 2. They both are roughly 1982 vintage. And the advertisement from that period shows the Judge2 as being slightly more expensive. But I have reason to think that they were both 100hz. So what should I keep.
  19. I just read that some 1000 Vallon mine detectors are being sent to Ukraine in support of its defence efforts. https://www.vallon.de/en/metal-detectors Don't know what models. Knowing nothing about mine detecting, I wonder how useful a metal detector may be in finding mines nowadays? I understand that many have very few metal parts and I would imagine that battlefields are awash with shrapnels and all kind of other small metal trash?
  20. Many years ago, I was keen to buy a Compass AU52 via Ebay but missed out by getting outbid on the last 5 seconds. I always wondered what I missed out on....anyone out there owned one, used one or still has one? I'd luv to know how well it runs and whether it matched the Gold Bug 2.
  21. DeepTech is introducing a metal detector very similar to what Tesoro might have done if they had updated the Tejon - check out the new DeepTech Vista X. 16 kHz with fast switching dual discrimination controls.
  22. New Rutus name will be ATREX. What's new you'll find in Atrex? The first novelty in the Atrex is the availability of two types of software that the user can change himself in an innovative way. "Basic" for those looking for a user-friendly detector and "Advance" for users who want to control every aspect of the device. There is no need for cables or special applications that the user has to install on his laptop to change the software. Everything is operated wirelessly using WiFi and an ordinary web browser, so that the software can be changed even in the field using a phone. More advance software may develop in the future. Multifilter is the second important thing. Wherever the ground is highly mineralized and it hinders the search, Atrex has an "ace up its sleeve". The Multifilter is an algorithm that runs in the background of the detector's normal operation. If a small object made of non-ferrous metal can be signaled by normal ground filters, i.e. there is no problem with the ground - nothing is happening, the detector works in the classic way. If the signal from the ground is greater than the signal from the object - the Multifilter, based on the data archived for the last tens of milliseconds, can reconstruct the approximate ID of the object and signal the non-ferrous object. The effectiveness of detection of non-ferrous metal objects in heavily mineralized soils increases very significantly. We have verified it in reliable field tests and there is no doubt that the theoretically developed "Multifilter" works in practice. Next new feature is the ability to neutralize the effects of water on search. Neutralization does not mean "masking" the problem. Electrically conductive water has different characteristics than metal objects. If we "stimulate" the water with several frequencies, it turns out that we can easily "subtract" the signal from the water, and the signals from metal objects can be further processed. With Atrex, you can walk on wet beaches, swamps and peat bogs just like you would on dry sand. Another novelty is the Noise level preview screen. From now on, choosing the operating frequency will be easier. Just turn on the preview screen and select a frequency where there is no interference. The new color display is very little susceptible to the effects of low temperature and always works just as fast. Atrex will contain all the functions that are in Alter71. A new wireless receiver with a built-in rechargeable battery will work with Atrex. We expect to release Atrex on foreign markets at the end of the year. Rutus Atrex https://www.rutus.com.pl/en/page/60/atrex-2 SPECIFICATIONS Built-in Wi-Fi module for software changes Built-in wireless audio transmitter working with OS-2 Color TFT display Weight with batteries (6 AA cells) and black coil - 1630 g Weight with batteries (6 AA cells) and white coil - 1770 g Working time from 20 to 40 hours ADVANCED SOFTWARE (factory) Frequency adjustable between 4.4kHz and 18.4kHz in steps of 0.2kHz Automatic Ground Balance 9 factory programs + 5 users Modes of work: Motion with discrimination, All metal, Dual Sensitivity - 99 levels Discrimination: range 0-120 or -90 +90 Notch - 180 notches Hot rock adjustment Reaction speed (ground filters) - 8 levels Multifilter Noise level preview Water Reject Short signal masking - 7 levels Threshold level Threshold tone Threshold sensitivity (All metal channel) VCO (20 levels) SAT Audio gain Iron volume 6 factory preset sound profiles + 3 user programmable sound profiles ID type (range 0-120 or -90 +90) Display information hold time ID gain Volume Backlight Pinpoint Rutus Atrex Operating Manual
  23. Hi guys just wandering if anyone knows the value of a Troy shadow x5?
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