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Detecting With The Makro Racer 2 And Nel Tornado Coil! (Review, Finds, Photos+)

Many diggers want to improve their metal detector: increase depth, stability and so on. The only simple way to do it is – changing the search coil. And which coil is best suited to a specific model? Because they are presented on the market quite a lot. In order not to dry your head with a choice and not drown in the mass of reviews and video tests, you can...

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XP HF 22.5 cm/9″ Coil For The XP Deus! (Our Review, Detecting, Photos+)

The French company XP Detectors, the same XPlorer, released two new white coils in 2017, both high frequencies. Do you want to know why you need a 56 kHz super frequency? Soon I’ll go detecting, to the place where the guys found “scale” coins, so my thoughts are cherished by the finding of the Medieval silver small thing with this new coil for my metal detector XP Deus, with which...

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Sniper Coil For The Makro Racer 2 (Review, Photos+)

Walking in the fields and beaches with the “Racer 2” with a standard coil, I remembered that in the Pro package there is also a small sniper coil, which I did not take seriously at first, but immediately carefully put it into the far corner. Well, can I find a coil the size of a little more than my palm? What is the point and where can I use it,...

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Karma 13″ Coil – Our Review! (Thoughts, Experience, Photos+)

As you know – the best way to add a bit of depth to your metal detector is to hang a coil larger on it. This does not mean that sniper coils have less depth, this is a big mistake, but in order to increase the productivity of your search and increase the number of finds, you need to have something more than just a regular 10 “or 11” coil...

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Finding The Aureus Golden Coin Of Maximianus Herculius! (Amazing Find, Photos+)

Not long ago, a very lucky detectorist found his find of a lifetime: a golden coin from the times of Maxmilian! Just imagine what he thought when finding such a coin, or instead of imaginin g it, you could read his history: Greetings to all comrades! There was such a tradition that before my birthday of April the 5th I go detecting in the hope of finding a gift for...

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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...