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Nokta/Makro Simplex Will Be Here By October

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Looks like the Simplex will be out before October. The Simplex will be featured as a raffle item at the October 5-6 Pound The Ground (Adirondack) Hunt

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See the Nokta/Makro Simplex at Pound The Ground Adirondack Coast

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Calabash Digger 

  You’re oh so right on what a great price with all the bells and whistles but if it has the depth too ! ? 

 I’ve coin hunted for years with a single frequency detector and have the coins to prove it works. Now on the videos I’d like to see a depth test . In ground are air I’ll come to my own conclusion about that .

 Guys talking about buying the Simplex as a backup detector but if this detector is as good as it sounds it could move to head of the class.

 Chuck 

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Welp.....if they make it "too good" they'll undercut the sales of their higher tier(margin) products.  So it's time to thread the needle and be competitive against similarly priced products without cutting their own throats.  Meanwhile back at the ranch they need to keep looking over their shoulders at what Minelab is going to release from the chute.  This Fall looks to be interesting!:rolleyes:

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46 minutes ago, LowTide said:

Welp.....if they make it "too good" they'll undercut the sales of their higher tier(margin) products.  So it's time to thread the needle and be competitive against similarly priced products without cutting their own throats.  Meanwhile back at the ranch they need to keep looking over their shoulders at what Minelab is going to release from the chute.  This Fall looks to be interesting!:rolleyes:

Release from the chute. Lol. I am thinking one day we may see a drone used to deliver a detector at event.

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The drone will be the detector. Right now we have airplane flying around with a type of detection equipment in it .

 Tomorrow I go out with my drone detector to scan this 10 acre field. Then it sends back the location of all metal objects plus the GPS locations. The only thing left for me to do is grab my hand held GPS and a digging tool .

 The only problem I see is I won’t live long enough to see it .

 Chuck 

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You could use a tracked drone robot to do it..:)

 

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As I look into my crystal ball even if it is a little out focus I do believe you’re right calabash.

 Write this down on the wall this is the year  of movers and shakers. The only problem I see with all these new low cost detectors and what they offer is everybody plus their sister will have one . 

 I’ve always told anyone wanting a detector is buy the best they could afford. What I did pay back when I can get the same detector for half price now . I know we’ve always had low cost detectors but nothing like we going to have in the year 2019 offering so much.

 Calabash you know the greatest thing about this is I’m still here and waiting to buy them . I just wish you would been around making videos 30 are 40 years ago.haha  I was going to say 50 years but maybe not for you.

 Chuck 

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I think Ace will still be on the market .. and a lot of people will detect them with them ..- I use ace 400i ...
  Put it on the telescopic pole and it will be sold again.

Simplex .. according to me, there will be a country ground balance .. but waterproof, telescopic rod and 11 "coil are good things ... for 300 euros.

don't forget the new Rutus ...
and Wanquish is a direct response to Simplex ..

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