When Minelab drops hints about their upcoming metal detector releases, you can always find some “treasures” hidden in-between the lines. Check out what hidden gems I have uncovered!
Well, after listening to all the outrageous comments on the new Explorer XS I bought one. Mainly to disprove the silly claims and settle the issue. Well the day arrived when it showed up and I opened the box and it took it a bit longer for me to put together than other detectors. […]
It seems that no matter how much I plan, prep and hope for more detecting time, it rarely happens. Thankfully I was able to get out for part of each day over the weekend. At least my non detecting time has been productive with either jobs or yard-work at home. I love digging old silver […]
OK, so I’m going to combine several hunts from this week into a single, end of April metal detecting hunt post. We’ve been getting a bit of rain across the region over the last week, so the ground is nicely hydrated to help all those deep targets get noticed. The first place I went back […]
Just like the iron bias setting ( Equinox Iron Bias Explained ), there is some confusion on the best way to utilize the Equinox recovery speed adjustment. First, we need to understand what it does. The number you set the recovery speed to is telling the detector how fast you want it to post a response and […]
The Equinox detector is the newest technology released by Minelab. It has some new features never offered before. So it’s only natural that there is a bit of confusion about what it does and how to adjust it. So, what is the Equinox iron bias? To reduce it to a simple answer; if you are […]
When I first read the announcement of the Minelab Equinox detector, I have to admit to feeling a bit (OK, a LOT) excited! What they were offering was an affordable, multi-frequency, waterproof, lightweight detector which even let you change from to your choice of single frequencies. After waiting WAY too long from my Sept 18 […]