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Description of the Garrett Infinium LS
If you like to get away from civilization, the Infinium LS metal detector for you. At a depth of 60 meters under water, on snowy mountain tops is everywhere this detector is perfect for cutting sensitive and high mineral content, in contrast to other detectors. If you are looking for a native gold in Arizona and Australia, if you explore the volcanic rocks in the Islands or the beaches of Italy the Infinium LS is always with you. Waterproof design of the detector Infinium (version L of water, S is the underwater) allows you to recommend it for both terrestrial and underwater use.
Infinium LS metal detector, headphones, coil Rod 10 x 14 inch PROformance Power DD, 8 AA batteries, rechargeable battery, charger, car charger.
Minelab GPX 5000 metal detector description
GPX 5000 metal detector, this updated version of GPX 4500 detector, which has a number of advantages over the old one.
The most complex search terms will not be a problem, because the appliance allows you to use sounding impulses, as well as lowering noise. Due to the high sensitivity detector can recognize objects of the smallest sizes at great depths (such as natural gold nuggets). GPX 5000 can also be used for finding where oversensitivity is required (old things, search on the beach). Search: “fine gold”, “smoothed sensitivity”, “Extra sensitivity”, “coin/relic”, “Harsh response”, “salt/gold”, composed by: 11 10 inch coil DoubleD, 11-minute Mono coil, control unit, Rod, Lithium-Ion battery, car charger, charger, and headphones.