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3 Responses to About

  1. Anthony says:

    Hey Mark – Amazing blog!

    I found this through your videos on YouTube. I’m an avid gold prospector/detectorist from Melbourne, but only have an el-cheapo VLF for the beach, which gets only a couple of inches (at best) in the wet sand. I was thinking of a used excalibur (any model) or sovereign GT for the wet, but noticed you use an e-trac. Any recommendations/thoughts on a machine that will get me into the wet would be greatly appreciated!

    Cheers,

    Anthony

    • Hi Anthony,

      For beach hunting in the wet sand I would suggest an Excalibur. I was mainly using the E Trac because of the large coil I had, but I still enjoy my Excel for beach hunting, and it doesn’t matter if it gets wet!
      If you get one, I would recommend getting a or two book from http://www.clivesgoldpage.com I have some of Clives books and found them very handy for getting the most out of my machine.

      Best of luck!

      Cheers,
      Mark

  2. Anthony says:

    Thanks so much for the (very speedy) response and advice Mark!

    I think you just summed it up by saying “it doesn’t matter if it gets wet”. Although i wouldn’t plan on getting the other machines wet, there’s a pretty good chance that i would stumbling around in the ocean!

    Thanks again and keep up the great work. You’ve inspired me to get in the water with a detector (something i’d never really paid attention to until i saw your videos).

    Cheers,

    Anthony

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