|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Alarm Mode||Sound, Led Lights|
|Material||Mild Steel, Iron|
I found that running with the iron mode selected worked best as it will give a nice low grunt on bottle caps, while in non-ferrous mode some bottle caps will register as a coin. Once the coil passes over a target you will hear either a low tone for iron or a nice high tone for anything non-ferrous as well as a blinking icon to indicate what the target might be.
For a first outing my son and I headed to the beach, and it wasn’t long before he was recovering his first coin, then another. I almost had to fight him to let me have a turn! As expected this is a nice light machine and my son had no problems detecting for about an hour without becoming tired. The recovery speed of this detector is quite impressive - you can swing as fast as you like and it will let you know that you have passed over a target. This little detector also goes deep, with a couple of coins coming from close to 8 inches in the damp sand.
While on the beach I wanted to see how it performed on wet sand. Moving down to where the waves were washing in I started getting a little falsing, so I reduced the sensitivity by one notch and found that the GO-FIND 20 settled down and worked perfectly well in the wet sand.