So far 2017 has been very busy for the XP team, the new products have been released along with 3 new video’s.
The MI-6 probe and white HF 9″ coil have been a great success we will be releasing the HF Elliptical coil hopefully next month.
We would like to thank everyone for their patience.
The latest videos from XP
We hope you enjoy watching them.
Very soon they will be translated into French and possibly other languages.
The MI-6 pin point probe, menu and functions.
The HF coils tech talk and demonstrations.
The Version 4 update, information and new features.
Updating your Deus
Please note the updates are for a Windows PC only, make sure you understand the procedure and your headphones are switched off before the update, it is very important to use the correct data lead and not the 3 way charging lead.
Step by step Deus update procedure
The new version 4 can be uploaded directly from the XP web site :
Deus software updates
Brief news from around the world.
Martin is having great success on the beaches with his Deus operating a voluntary lost item service and has found over 53 lost wedding rings this year alone.
Martin has written a beach hunting article for the XP Classroom blog.
I have been using the Deus V4 and the High Frequency coil in a Louisiana Cane field with a program I set up for these conditions and it performed very well.
The ground was extremely dry and hard but the new combination worked admirably. Flat buttons, bullets, suspender clips, Spencer casing and even part of a clipped corner CS plate.
This is an area I have hunted dozens of times and V4 and the HF coil performed like champs.”
If you hunt in the US check out the XP Americas website, it is packed with great stories, video’s and users feedback.
XP Americas web site.
XP Deus V4 and HF coil talk from the USA.
The History Seekers podcast
Just a quick message to say thank you to Team XP.
I watched your XP classroom video on swing technique focusing on slowing down, and also your article about psychologically approaching a massive field in a different way by searching a small square at a time.
Now my finds rate has increased dramatically.
Finding 3 hammered coins in three days, my first spindle whorl, buckets of interesting bits and now this fantastic Bronze age socketed axe which I’m taking to the museum on Saturday.