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Minelab GO-FIND 60
Feature comparison between Minelab GO-FIND 60 and Golden Mask 1+
Options Minelab GO-FIND 60 Golden Mask 1+
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $310 $350
Manufactured in 2015
Battery Type 4 AA NiMH Pack
Weight (Lbs.) 2.3
Operating frequency 7.7 kHz. 18 kHz.
Display Yes None
Backlight Yes
Target ID Target Icons + LED Lights Audio
Tone ID 4 Tones
Search Modes
  • 4 Search Modes.
  • Discriminate
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto Auto
Waterproof Coil only
Warranty 2 Years 5 Years
Number of Reviews graph 5
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Avg. User Rating 3.14 4.25
Avg. Durability Rating 2.57 4.33
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 3.86 5.00
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Most helpful review for Minelab GO-FIND 60

Go find
Cheap and nasty Toy comes to mind I think minelab could of done a lot better in the strength of this machine like the etracs and explorer models in the plastic. For one the arm cuff that you side up after a while it splits and the bottom shaft is not locked to the middle shaft which just swings about it's a shame that this is a bad design by minelab it's properly their worst yet which is not good for the best and most expensive machines on the market, so come on minelab sort it out.
Waggman from Bournemouth

Thumbs up! 18
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Most helpful review for Golden Mask 1+

Great value
I am surprised to see that their isn't a review on the Golden mask 1+ (18khz) yet.
Let me be the first then.
Having used the GM1+ for over a half year now I feel confident enough to write a good review.
Before the GM1+ I have used a Fisher F2, and also have had a few outings with the XP Goldmaxx Power.
Compared to my Fisher F2 the GM1+ is quite heavy but also more sturdy build.
Balance is different as the coil is quite heavy due to the fact that it is filled with raisin.
But this works really well with me.

The stem is strong and stiff, there is no 'swing' or movement when you search.
It's a "turn on and go" machine, no frills.
At first I was kinda afraid I would miss the digital VDI numbers I was used to with my Fisher F2, but I really don't.
Set up is easy: Turn it on, set the threshold to a slight buzz or just below it, and set the disc.
I normally set the threshold to around 8 to 9, and the disc I keep between 2 and 3 for just discriminating iron. At the default 4 you also discriminate foil, but then might miss the small hammies and small gold.
The response time and iron recovery is lightning fast! Comparable to the XP GMP and clearly faster than my mate's White's DFX which costs over 3 times more!
Depth from this machine is impressive, in the soil I mostly search on (river clay) it penetrates 30-50 percent better than my F2 on average sized targets, up to over 100 percent on really small stuff like those tiny paperthin hammered silvers.
In air tests the difference is a lot less, maybe only 20 percent . But who ever searches in air!??

When I used my F2 my findings were on average around 20-40 percent less than my mates who are using top end machines.
Since I have my GM1+ this is history.
True, it's a spartan machine, only one tone and analogue.
But after some training, your ears and brains will prove to give a better judgment (to dig or not to dig) than what a digital chip tells you on a screen.
For its prize, best value you can get.
Vince from Holland

Thumbs up! 76
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