Minelab X-Terra 305 Metal Detector Review

Minelab X-Terra 305 Metal Detector Review

One of the best features of this powerful metal detector is that it is very easy to change the coils on it, which means that users can easily adjust the frequency. The Minelab X-Terra 305 is powerful and durable, making it a rugged piece of equipment that is ideal for long hours hunting treasure. Even though this is an incredibly lightweight option, there’s nothing low quality about it, as it is designed to stand up to regular use. The longer shaft is great for adults, but the short shaft is perfect for children. 

This metal detector is compatible with both 7 kHZ and 18.75 kHz coils. With so many different coil options to choose from, it’s easy to see how this powerful metal detector is such a favorite. One great feature that it offers is accurate ground balance capability. Users can easily manually adjust this from 0 to 20, allowing them to enjoy perfect reception and adjusted mineralization.

Minelab X-Terra 305 Screen Display

There are three manual settings to choose from, as well as a noise-cancelling function. This allows users to use the quietest channel when they are detecting so that they don’t bother people near them. With three different tone IDs to choose from, as well as a multi-tone target ID, users can pick and choose how they want to have their targets represented. 

Packed with new and improved features, as well as advanced setting options, there’s no reason why any user won’t be able to enjoy complete control and a great experience using this equipment. It’s a no-nonsense metal detector that is surprisingly easy to use and is also incredibly responsive, making it a great choice for all users, especially since it’s easy to adjust the frequency. At just three pounds, it’s very easy to control and handle, which is great for both beginners, as well as more advanced users.


  • 09.03.2016
Mark
 

Hi, there! My name is Mark and I'm the owner of Detectorists Club. I am keen on hunting the coins of the Roman Empire and of the Middle Ages as well as searching for various artifacts of that period. In my blogs, I usually post my reports on findings and treasures as well as different stories about treasures found in different territories. I'm always glad to meet like-minded people who want to share their treasure hunting and metal detecting stories, so get involved!