Minelab Musketeer

Price: $300
Avg. Score: 5 stars! 4.67
Based on 33 reviews

Avg. Durability: 5 stars!5.00
Avg. Ease of use: 5 stars!5.00
Maximum detection depth

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Minelab Advantage Metal Detector

October 23, 2004
Best performance in this price range.

Overall Rating 4 stars


Minelab Advantage

September 16, 2004
Totally agree with Ed. This machine is not a basic/beginner model in performance. Only the price puts it in this category.

The performance is there to equal or beat most anything out there in the single tone non-ID category. Wanna find the deep stuff in iron? This is one of the best for pulling the deep non-ferrous targets out of iron. Great audio, the fast recovery = great separation in iron/trash and it works very well regardless of sweep speed.

Got an older worked out site that you know must still hold some goodies? Then get an Advantage to find out what's left.


Overall Rating 5 stars!


Highly recommend

June 28, 2004
For the money you won't find a better machine, period. Has excellent depth and target separation. Single tone machine which is good for a beginner, although more experienced hunters will probably prefer a multi-tone machine.

Very easy to use, be sure to adjust the ground balance as this adds a good deal of depth. Also this machine actually
goes deeper in discriminate mode than in all-metal. You can swing it at about any speed you like. It does really love rusty bottle caps though, and some folks think it's heavy (I don't).

Still, you won't find a better machine for the money - I have never seen one yet. This in fact will go head to head against machines costing hundreds more in terms of depth. I can highly recommend it to about anyone.

Overall Rating 4 stars


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