Go-Find - any good?

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Go-Find - any good?

Post by Wessexlad » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:00 pm

I'm looking for something for my son (10yo). Needs to be lightweight and reasonably good in the field. I'm told the Go-Find might be suitable, anyone have any experience of these?


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Re: Go-Find - any good?

Post by steve44 » Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:56 pm

I found it very easy to use very light easy instructions especially for a young child good all rounder as it’s good on beach as well and folds so it’s easy too Carry.

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Re: Go-Find - any good?

Post by mrix » Wed Oct 17, 2018 9:10 pm

Never used one personally but as a heads up there is a Newer version released....


Go-Find 44 https://www.metaldetectingauction.com/l ... tor/104614

Go-Find 66 https://www.metaldetectingauction.com/l ... tor/104614

I remember when they initially got released there was talk of them feeling and appearing flimsy in construction but I never once read of any breaking.

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