Get a better look at the Detect-Ed Carbon Shafts with featured video's from YouTubers around the globe!
Dr. Tones 24k (USA)
Dr. Tones 24k (Brandon Neice) is an avid treasure hunter and author, best known for his YouTube channel which chronicles his metal detecting adventures from around the world. Dr. Tones has almost 10 MILLION views and 50,000+ subscribers. Check out his book titled 'The Metal Detecting Bible...' for helpful tips & tricks!
Treasure Adventure (AUS)
Treasure_Adventure is the Instagram and Youtube name of Detect-Ed's founder Edward Burnett. Ed has a huge passion for underwater detecting and GOLD! His videos have over 150 000 views featuring stacks of underwater footage, gold treasure, creatures and fascinating relics!
Robert Ferguson (CA, USA)
Robert is possibly the most hardcore beach detectorist on the West Coast, often starting his hunts late at night or early in the morning and makes awesome videos regularly for his loyal fanbase of 18k subscribers! With over 4 million views on his channel and a huge passion for metal detecting it's easy to see why. Check him out!
Gigmaster (VA, USA)
Join the Gigmaster on his adventures! A wealth of information and fanstastic to watch. The Gigmaster does gold prospecting, metal detecting, fossil hunting, beach detecting and just about any adventure that is fun and exciting! With over 2 million views and +12k subscribers, be sure to join him on his channel!
Historical Magpie (East Sussex, UK)
From East Sussex in the UK, Steve uses the Minelab Equinox and documents his adventures and finds on his Youtube channel "Historical Magpie". His channel is packed with great Equinox content and he hunts across a variety of environments in the UK. Be sure to check out the Historical Magpie channel!
Paul Cee (England, UK)
Paul Cee is a dedicated treasure hunter from the UK. His youtube channel (with over 750 000 views) documents his beach hunting adventures, finds and helpful hints... as well as detector and accessory reviews. Paul sets out to help people be informed and master the in's and out's of their detectors!
Red Beard Relic Hunter (CAN)
Canadian Minelab Detexpert 'Red Beard Relic Hunter' (DJ Dowling). His machine of choice is the Minelab Equinox 800 with the "Red-Belly Black" Detect-Ed Carbon Shaft... to match the beard of course! Red Beard's YouTube features plenty of exploring, detecting, treasure and fun stuff.
SSCinderScoop (NY, USA)
New York detectorist "Sscinderscoop" explains some of the key features of the Detect-Ed LS Carbon Shaft and shows it installed on his Equinox. He took a break from his videos for a little while but he's now back in action! Sscinderscoop has a knack for making insightful videos and has over 1,800,000 video views.
Treasure Hunters (South Africa)
Check out this detailed review from South African stockist Chris from 'Treasure Hunters'. You can visit their blogs & forums at www.TreasureHunters.co.za and their online store at www.MetalDetecting.co.za. *Chris holds his personal, early model of the Detect-Ed Carbon Shaft, he stocks the current design with custom clamp system.
Metal Detection Tube Worldwide (Netherlands)
Johny from the Netherlands receives and reviews his new purchase. With a fairly new channel, he makes exciting detecting videos regularly. The excitement is awesome in this video, watch to see his review of his detector before and after the #detectedgear Carbon Shaft upgrade!
Beach Pirate (Vietnam)
This one begins with a nice little recovery job! The Beach Pirate's YouTube channel is definitely one to subscribe to. He's an Aussie living in Vietnam and dedicates his YouTube channel to his favourite hobby. His video's feature informative commentary, nice finds and beautiful beaches!
Tras La Huella (Chile, Language Español)
One for our Spanish speaking detectorists! Coyotin from Chile, unboxes his delivery from Detect-Ed. His videos show his huge passion for this hobby, explaining; "in search of treasures, coins, gold and also of good useful inventions, to make this crusade something more pleasant and optimal!"