Minelab pro find

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Paul B
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Minelab pro find

Post by Paul B » Wed Aug 01, 2012 9:05 pm

Just got my minelab pro find 25 from Joan Allen only ordered yesterday. ::g

bit more money than garrett and never owned a pin pointer as fairly new to this hobby know a lot of people love them but think this may take its crown!
Nice feel to it and appears to be well made wouldn't expect anything else from minelab.
Like the fact u can alter sensitivity and have vibrate only.

Can't wait to get out and try it if the weather holds out at the weekend. [:)
If manage to go will post my newbie review for what it's worth

Paul

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Re: Minelab pro find

Post by Dave8472 » Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:14 pm

Let us know how you get on Paul, watched a YouTube yesterday that showed it had greater depth than the Garrett, so may need an upgrade ::g but not in any rush, my Garrett is still doing the business ::g

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Re: Minelab pro find

Post by Maximuswarks » Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:38 pm

it has very slightly more depth but for the extra £40.00 is it worth the money ? also it looks so much like the Garrett it is almost like a copyright infringement, even the holster is the same design and same material . so £125.00 against the Garrett at £85.00 i think the Garrett will still be the top seller
just my two pence worth ::g
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