Quick comparison between:

Whites Sierra Super Trac
and
Nokta Velox One


Use search box below to compare Whites Sierra Super Trac with something else

Whites Sierra Super Trac
Nokta Velox One
Feature comparison between Whites Sierra Super Trac and Nokta Velox One
Options Whites Sierra Super Trac Nokta Velox One
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $700 $629
Manufactured in 2013 2012
Battery Type 8 AA Li-ion Pack
Weight (Lbs.) 4 4.4
Operating frequency 15 kHz. 17.5 kHz.
Display Yes None
Backlight No No
Target ID Numeric+Icons Audio
Tone ID 7 Tones 3 Tones
Search Modes
  • 3 Mineral Modes
  • Audio Boost Mode
Ability to change coils Yes
Ground balance Auto Manual
Waterproof Coil only Coil only
Warranty 2 Years
Number of Reviews graph 5
graph 1
graph 1
graph 1
Avg. User Rating 4.57 5.00
Avg. Durability Rating 4.57 5.00
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.57 5.00
Avg. Depth Rating
Depth value
Depth value

Most helpful review for Whites Sierra Super Trac

Sierra super trac
I've had my Sierra Super Trac for two weeks now and I'm pleased with its performance. It's very simple to operate and I've found a handful of coins and sterling silver ring at some local parks in my area. There's no discrimination except for your own eyes and ears. True, it gets a little noisy in the headphones but with tone I.D. You can almost hunt blindfolded. All I can say is so far so good and I'm glad I made the purchase.
Chris Mayer from Folsom, CA.

Thumbs up! 41
Read all reviews for Whites Sierra Super Trac

Most helpful review for Nokta Velox One

Nokta velox one
I have found the Velox One to be just what I was looking for in a metal detector. I find it well balanced and a pleasure to swing. It performs well, looks good and simple to set up the controls. Ground balancing is easy, after a few seconds of switching on I have it running silent.
The signals are good and clear, its easy to distinguish between the low iron grunt and the good signal of a possible good find. The Velox does have three tones but I only listen for the iron grunt, any signal but that low iron grunt I dig it.

Depth wise, well, some Velox videos show tremendous depths, I haven't found this. Bearing in mind when a company selling their detectors they set up perfect ground conditions to show depths, so, in perfect ground conditions I think it would find those depths. Most depth I've been finding goodies is around 10 inches. Maybe I'm not walking over anything deeper as I have dug iron over a foot deep. Around 10 inches is a good depth. There again, it all depends on the ground conditions.

Weight, its a tiny bit heavier than what I have been used to, but I can go 8 hours without any discomfort, if I'm feeling weak I always have my detecting harness. The recovery speed is how they advertise it, very fast indeed, no problem detecting iron contaminated areas.

The battery life is as they say. I have been detecting two 8 hour day sessions with no need to recharge the battery. The settings I mostly use if ground conditions allow are: Sensitivity 9. Iron Disc FS. Ground Balance 6. Iron OFF. Signal Audio 2.

My honest opinion, in my experience using the Velox One, everything I had seen and read about it is true. I find it a great machine. As I said above, I've yet to get those great depths they talk about, but it is deep enough to be up amongst all the other machines for the price and most important for me its not complicated. Really its an easy switch on and go machine. I'm enjoying it and have no plans to get rid of it.
Dave from Devon, UK

Thumbs up! 27
Read all reviews for Nokta Velox One