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  1. Why We're Very Excited for Nokta Makros Newest Multi Frequency Metal Detector!

    It's been a while since a new metal detector in the works has caught our eye, the latest from nokta makro may very well be the machine we have been waiting for. Here's everything we know so far, though some of these details may change, if it ends up with this spec it will be one of our most popular machines, especially given nokta makros aggressive pricing! NOTE: We do not currently have a release date or finalized pricing but will update this post when that information becomes available!
     
    Simultaneous Multi-Frequency Technology.
    Nokta Makro claims this new multi frequency technology is superior to its more expensive competitors. The detector will also offer many single frequencies. If done correctly, this could be huge for the machine's popularity and sales potential as multi frequency technology has usually been reserved for more expensive / full featured metal detectors.

    User replaceable & removable battery

    Another

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  2. Metal Detecting for Gold, tips and tricks, what to look for!

    We get asked about gold detecting often here at BBH. With the way the world economy is at the moment and gold prices set to soar we thought it would be a good time to talk about metal detecting for gold, learning what to look for and some of the characteristics that can be displayed on your metal detector.

    Gold can vary widely! For instance one could define gold as nuggets, gold flakes, placer gold, gold rings and the most common gold jewelry

    In a nutshell, all the metal detectors we sell will detect gold, however, like with most things, some machines are better than others. Some have higher frequency is more specific to hitting a lower conductor like gold. No machine will detect gold only and disregard everything else unfortunately though. If that Detector ever hits the market it would be a huge success to say the least.

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  3. Record Setting "Double Eagle" Gold Coin Sells for Almost $19M At Auction!

    Southeby's auctions sold it's most valuable coin ever recently, almost doubling the previous world record at $18.9 million us dollars. The staggering amount was paid for one of the rarest gold coins the US ever produced.

    The "Double Eagle" as it has been dubbed features lady liberty on one side and a flying eagle on the other, Only a handful of these super rare coins are believed to exist after the US government demanded their return back in 1944. The government wanted these coins back for gold smelting so badly, they ordered the secret service declared any unreturned coins be classified as stolen!

    The one recently sold is the only one that can be legally possessed after lengthy court battles between the US treasury and its previous owner. Given this coins rarity and scarcity, It begs the question, how many of them were buried for safe keeping?! Could

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  4. Xp Releases New Gold Panning Kits! Field Test & Review of the XP Betea

    Kevin Hoagland recently did a full and comprehensive field test of XP's Batea gold pan. Here's his final thoughts and conclusion, you can read the full article over at the XP detector website. The XP Batea is not a novelty pan, it is a serious tool for the gear box and one that I think you will find yourself using more and more often than you think you will right now.

    It is a bit bulkier than what you are used to, but the design of the flattop grip area makes all the difference in the world. Think about it this way, take your favorite gold pan and put a shelf around it to make it even easier to hold onto and use. Now to the part about it being innovative. The Defragmenter is, as I said earlier, the key and the smartest thing I have seen done to a gold pan. Riffles are one thing, but this unit tears down challenging soils like I have never seen without the chance of blowing your gold past a riffle.

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  5. RNB Introduces New Li-on Battery for Minelab Vanquish Series Metal Detectors

    RNB Innovations have just introduced a brand new Lithium battery designed for the Minelab Vanquish series of detectors. We're proud to stock these USA made batteries that can power your vanquish detectors for upto 30 hours on a single charge!

    The RNB-6000 Vanquish Battery pack is available on our store now and will work on all Minelab Vanquish Models including the 340, 440 and 540. It features USB-C charging, plus charging status indication lights, with high quality lithium ion cells providing 6,000mAh, or upto a possible 30 hours of metal detecting!

    If you have any questions on this, or any of the other products we sell, please don't hesitate to contact us, happy hunting!

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  6. Garrett Announces Acquisition of Whites Metal Detectors

    After over 50 years in the Industry, whites have decided to retire and sell all technology, branding and machines to Garrett. We are sad to see the whites family retire, but glad their name and products can live on under the garrett banner.

    Garrett CEO Steve Novakovich commented, “The White family and the Garrett family have had a high level of respect for one another as competitors in the sport market for decades. Now we at Garrett are proud to combine our respective legacies as Garrett continues on as the premier American metal detector company.”

    We hope Garrett can continue to bring the whites tradition to metal detecting and the name live on. What are your thoughts on the acquisition? Let us know in the comments below!

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  7. Garrett Ace Apex Frequently Asked Questions

    Just received your Garrett Ace Apex Metal Detector and have some questions? Check out the Faq below and if you have any others please free to contact us

    I JUST RECEIVED MY APEX AND IT WILL NOT TURN ON. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    The Apex uses a lithium rechargeable battery. These batteries are shipped from the factory with a minimal amount of charge. Sometimes this charge is used up during production testing. We recommend charging the Apex for 4 to 5 hours prior to use to ensure a full charge. The battery icon on the LCD will blink to indicate that charging is in progress.

    APEX IS SAID TO FULLY CHARGE IN 4 TO 5 HOURS. MINE HAS BEEN PLUGGED IN FOR 6 HOURS AND IT DOES NOT SEEM TO BE CHARGING VERY FAST. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

    The rapid charging system in Apex requires 500 ma. (1/2 ampere) to achieve the fastest charge. Most wall chargers can

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  8. Out Top 5 Best Metal Detectors Is Out Now!

    With 2020 slowly coming to an end, it's time for our annual Top 5 Best Metal Detectors for 2020 roundup, Let us know what you think of our list in the comments below and if you have any questions on these, or any metal detectors we sell, please don't ever hesitate to contact us! Happy hunting!

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  9. Bring the Kids Metal Detecting! All new Nokta Makro Kids Line of Metal Detectors Coming Soon to BBH!

    Ever wanted to bring the little ones detecting with you but didn't have enough equipment to go around and keep them interested? Well, Nokta Makro has you covered! The pre-order for our new Nokta Makro Midi Hoard - Kids Metal Detector Series is now live. We're accepting pre-orders at this time and there will be very limited availability for these machines. We do not have an exact ship date yet, or an idea of quantities available to us so be sure to get your order in to secure a place in the queue.

    Getting them started young is a great idea to build a great bond with kids and grown-ups hobbies, we think Nokta Makro hit it out of the park with the specs and styling of the new kids metal detectors. Sporting a bright green color scheme and vibrant display, these machines will be perfect for both younger boys and girls to join in on the fun of the hunt! recommended ages are 8yr - 12yr and up!

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  10. The Great Covid Coin Shortage! Some Banks Paying more for your spare change, Cash in that Clad!

    US Coin Shortage and Metal Detecting

    US banks have a big problem. Coins. As we begin to feel the early stages of the long term economic effects of Covid-19, banks are trying to new methods to gets coins into their drawers. Some banks are now offering an incentive to cash in those coin jars and piggy banks, we think this is the best time to get in and cash in your clad! The lack of coins currently in circulations is staggering. 4 Billion were estimated to being in circulation at the start of the year, with current estimates saying less than half are currently in circulation due to COVID 19's economic impact. Making matters worse, the US mint cut back operations to keep employees safe during the COVID peak so fewer coins being minted and fewer coins in circulation have caused what we're calling, the great COVID coin shortage! Metal detecting is a great way to get out and

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