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Test Makro Racer 2 With Nel Tornado, More Than Half A Meter On A Coin! (Test, Video+)

If you have a metal detector with a basic coil, which you want to change to another, then before buying it, you will have to answer the difficult question: which one to buy? In most cases, the base sensor on the metal detector is to be changed to increase the depth of detection. But to be sure that the new thing will add depth of at least a few centimeters...

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How deep does the Fisher F44 detect? (Test, Video+)

Hello friends! You know the difference between a budget and an expensive metal detector? That’s right, an experienced digger knows – the price! And what about the depth? Most detectorists chase after the depth, and only experienced people go after new places to detect. The depth is not so important when you are looking for example two hours in a row, not everyone wants to be digging trenches, but why?...

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The New 13″ Karma DD-Coil (Cockroach Vs. Spider)

Finally i received my long-awaited upgrade to my Fisher F75 – a huge 13-inch DD-coil. And the size of the thing! The look of the box and the coil deserve all five stars. The shape is round and quite stylish, it kind of resembles spider legs. The coil has a remarkable bolt fastener. You turn the bolt until it clicks, and then it stands in its place. This kind of fixation prevents the bolt...

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New Coiltek 14 “x9” Coil For The Minelab CTX3030 (New 2017, Data, Photos+)

The Australian Coiltek continues to pull money out of the pocket from rich costumers. Why the rich you may ask? Because one set of the metal detector Minelab CTX 3030 costs about $ 2,000. But the new coil is a little uncertain, the size is 14 × 9 “. It is a pretty standard coil, except for its weight – 985 grams. With this new coil you are promised more finds:...

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What can be found on a European beach with a detector? (Fisher F44 with the Nel Tornado)

Usually, detectorists are divided into several categories – we have the “war-diggers” which digs old battlefields, there are “historians” who digs relics and coins, and there are “beach-detectorists”, who, like to listen to the sound of the waves and answer questions from curious tourists. Some people are a mix between these categories, but they all tilt more to one category. A friend has sent me photos from the summer as he...

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3 Frequency NEL Tornado Coil for Minelab X-Terra metal detectors (review, facts +)

My main metal detector used to be the Garrett AT PRO. I wrote a lot about it in the beginning, when i just had created the blog. Then I sold it and bought a Minelab X-Terra 705 with two coils. Naturally, the detector had a great impression on me, because it was on a higher level of functionality than the AT PRO. Unfortunately, or fortunately, I do not know. AT PRO was good,...

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The release of Coiltek coils for Whites (facts, proof, and nothing but the truth +)

So, among us diggers there has been a news story for quite some time already (perhaps a month) that Coiltek suddenly started to produce a series of coils for Whites Detectors (mostly metal detectors for gold). It was interesting to watch the reaction of many sensations lovers, but this post is not about that. I decided to dig deeper and find out what is the whole point of why suddenly the manufacturer...

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CORS Fire coil air test on Garrett AT Pro! (video, results+)

In this article i am going to be reviewing the CORS Fire coil for the Garrett AT Pro (also available for other detectors). If you have read my previous post about this coil, you will know that it is kind of big, especially compared to the standard AT Pro coil. This, of course has its pros an cons, which you can read about in more detail this article, if you are...

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Field detecting with the Garrett ACE 300i and the Nel Attack coil

Every day, the temperature is slowly creeping down, and the winter is getting closer. In the forest, a thick layer of leaves has covered the ground, and in the fields, farmers have already harvested their crop. As long as the ground is not covered by ice, i decided to go out detecting. This time i decided not to go too far, but rather to a nearby field. The farmer plowed...

First look at the CORS Fire coil 2

First look at the CORS Fire coil!

So I finally received a new coil from CORS Labs, the CORS Fire! A little annotation before i begin this review: I have this coil for my Garrett AT Pro, but it is also available for other detectors. First off, let’s start with some specifications for this coil: -The size of this coil is 38 cm/ 15″ -It weighs 750g, which is a good weight for this coil. -Both coil...