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Field Test Reports
The Nokta FORS Relic is a well balanced machine that successfully “hides” it 3.9 lbs by placing the control box directly under the elbow—it therefore feels much lighter due to its exceptional balance. The Relic provides a good choice of search modes for practically all environments: GEN(all metal), Di2(2 tone), Di3(3 tone), COG(conductive ground for the beach), DEP (Deep) for deeper target detection and...read more
The pack I received did not have the RNB Innovations graphics on it but the battery provided the same 2,200 mAh output as the production battery will have. Charging is a snap as it is with the other packs from RNB and it takes less than two hours to take on a full charge even if completely depleted. The pack has been designed to fit the AT Pro / AT Gold exactly so dropping the pack in and securing the cover was all that was required to be up running with the new battery system. I took the AT Pro out for several hunts and never had to recharge the pack. To see how much run time remained, I left it turned on...read more
My primary purpose and approach with this test deviates somewhat from previous evaluations of recently fielded detectors. The AT Pro has long been one of the best if not the best selling metal detector on the market today for both those new to the hobby and those with years of experience swinging a coil. A routine field test, similar to those I've done in the recent past, is therefore unnecessary. However, for the new detectorist, there is a need to...read more
Downloading and pairing the App with the GO-FIND is as simple an operation as with any smart phone app. The one extra step was pairing my phone to the detector via the blue tooth capability. That too was a simple and flawless process—once I remembered to enable the blue tooth on my iPhone! Within a few seconds, my phone was...read more
I had a chance to run the popular Garrett Ace 350 through its paces in our part of central Florida on the land, fresh water and saltwater beaches and provide my thoughts to the Kellyco crew. I'm sure my report will come as no surprise to devoted Ace 350 fans but for those looking to get into the hobby with their first machine, they won't go wrong in choosing Garrett's Ace 350—it's truly a solid performer...read more