What is the best small gold beach detector?
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One has just come up for sale over here in the uk.......hardly any use at all and mint condition.Im tempted but i prefer fully waterproof machines as i often hunt in bad weather.Had two in the past and they were excellent machines both inland and on the beach.....legend.
I have to agree about the small gold......i used to have a bh300 that was better overall than the gt and excal on smaller items but as a general purpose detector for land and beach the sov was a great machine.Time marches on though and the latest machines are ramping up performance wise.
Took many years to catch up.I have to agree about the small gold......i used to have a bh300 that was better overall than the gt and excal on smaller items but as a general purpose detector for land and beach the sov was a great machine.Time marches on though and the latest machines are ramping up performance wise.
I loved my sovereign probably my favorite. it was just way to big and heavy for my stature I guess you could say. And in the 100+ degrees temps for few months of the year we have here it was just not enjoyable to swing for any length if timeThe Sovereign is basically the same as the excalibur without the waterproof housing........so it matches the excalibur on the beach and with a big coil will get more depth.I recently purchased one and put a nel thunder coil on it which gives it great coverage and depth.I don't need any of the newer machines as my Sov will still keep up with anything on the market.As for the Excalibur,the reason Minelab still makes it after all this time speaks for itself,its still a top beach machine that will pull rings from great depths.
That's why I picked up the Sharp 3×6 coil.