Tagged: Coil

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What to do when your coil breaks? (Mars MD Tiger example)

Without what can’t you go detecting? Some time ago, I would have said the pinpointer, but recently one digger shared a photo – he went digging with his Makro Racer and lost a coil in the literal sense of the word. He said that he used the coil as usual, without hitting anything, it just fell off. But you still want to continue detecting, right? Nothing else remains but to search the pockets...

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2.5 thousand year-old discovery with the NEL THUNDER (Review, photo of the finds+)

A fellow detectorist named Michael sent us his interesting story of a find – do not forget that your interesting stories can be published on my blog! All interesting stories, reviews, and other interesting facts about our favorite hobby i collect in this blog! Read, share and enjoy:) Hello. My name is Michael. I want to tell you about an interesting discovery, which i made with my new coil, Nel Thunder. I recently bought...

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DD coil Minelab 15 “3 kHz for the X-Terra Series

Recently, i got my hands on the famous Minelab X-Terra 705, and two coils with it. Because what is a blog without X-Terra 705? Here it is, a 15 inches round coil. “Why you need it, especially in 3 kHz?” you may ask. I want to “clear” all the places i usually search, and I was wondering how the change of the device frequency can affect this. I have a few detectors, but...

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MI6 – news from XP, coil and update 4.0 (for XP Deus owners)

Greetings, comrades! Salute to those who have a Deus XP detector, because XP’s engineers have recently announced that they work on a new pinpointer and iOS 4.0 for Deus «divine» and finished in the next few months it will be available to the general public. New pinpointer MI-6 Here’s how this miracle looks. Design in XP style – all futuristic as usual. ?As seen, pinpointer has a flashlight. The button is located...

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Is it necessary to buy additional coils for your detector?

Each year I have this issue – do i need additional coils for my detector? We already have the standard coils which you can freely use without any problems. And also, the additional coils are very suspicious – who knows how and where they were manufactured? And if it breaks down, you can’t exactly take it for repair or replacement under warranty. However, the tought of the arrival on the field, and return with nothing (using standard...

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Digging with the CORS Giant coil! (review, photos+)

So, not looking at the awful weather over here, i managed to squeeze in a couple of hours of detecting between the rainstorms. I went out to try out my new CORS Giant coil, and to be honest, i got some unexpected surprises. First of all, when i started assembling it, the bolt to the coil caught my attention. The bolt that comes with the Giant coil is kind of...

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Diggin’ coins with Nokta Fors Relic using big coil (+photos)

Here is my report from the last weekend being digging on a farmfield using Nokta Fors Relic detector. So far I decided to improve it a little bit and added big DD coil. This is 39.5×34 cm (15.5″x13″) searching coil produced by Nokta as well. First of all I managed to play around with DEP (Deep) mode and high sensitivity level (set at 85) on a open hayfield near the...

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CORS “Giant” coil air test! (+why buy big coils)

First of all, i want to start off this article by saying that i am going to be reviewing/testing the CORS Giant coil for the AT Pro detector, but it is also available for a lot of other models. If you read the previous post you will know this, but i will repeat it for those of you who haven’t. The CORS Giant Coil is a big coil. But what would...

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First look at the CORS Giant coil! (part 1)

So i finally got the CORS Giant coil! At first sight it looks amazing! I recieved it in a neat, yellow package with their logo written on it. So let us take a look at what is inside this package! Looks nice right? Besides the CORS coil you get the Rubber rings for fixing the coil on the stem, a fixing bolt, a very handy Velcro cable strap, a warranty and...