Someone put a stick in a wasp’s nest, and this time it could turn out great for us Detectives. Meryll accused Minelab of fraud in the form of an unfulfilled promise in the form of 50% more power generated on the probe winding, admitted that he would verify this data in confrontation with the manufacturer, this is not only his opinion but also a few other users. As I wrote in the previous article, it does not matter to me, because the depth is just one element of the entire detector and it is not the only one, besides it does not have to work in the form of standards limiting devices and it is possible that the manufacturer circumvented it in a different way… well, unless it does not meet these standards … it’s even better for us!
Fortunately, Minelab reacted and decided to clarify all the disputed information in the next video on the channel of our colleague from the USA. Well done to chief engineer Mark Lawrie. It promises to be an interesting discussion, maybe for the first time we will get some interesting information about the technology of this leading Australian manufacturer.