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Hi got a custom coil for whites TDI hand made in France by a top engineer ,i bought if for my deepstar but never used it.

So whats more well this coil is the dog on the beach,less noises more stable and 2 to 4 inches deeper ,also a better ID of ferrous targets by a double bio easier to hear.

The engineer is Alexandre Tartare owner of MANTA METAL DETECTORS

http://www.mantametaldetectors.com

Thanks

RR

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