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Shipping to distributors next week

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Oh thank you Jesus! I’m so excited! I’ll be picking up a 9x5 right away!!!

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37 minutes ago, Coinboy said:

Oh thank you Jesus! I’m so excited! I’ll be picking up a 9x5 right away!!!

Yeah, best news I heard all day.

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Heck with the coils.... we miss Dilek!

But the coils are good also. :smile:

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Dreaming of a photo of Dilek holding the new simultaneous multi frequency Nokta/Makro with a ready to ship caption....................................:biggrin:

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Looks like Nokta listens their customers , either the 8,5i or the 9X5i will significantly improve the ergonomy of the Simplex with lighter coils  because the 11i coil is a little heavy ( 480grams without coil cover ) . Well done Nokta for those 2 new coils ...  

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Here's Dilek talking about 'em for those needing their Dilek fix.

 

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You’ve got to love a straight shooter. Kudos Dilek.

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You can’t help but like her . 

 I’ve got to go put my name in the pot for one of the coils for my Simplex + . 

This year has a ways to go before its over and just no telling what we’ll see come from Nokta/Makro.

 Hey Dilek why don’t you tell us what you got cooking for us in the near future.

 The Best To You and Your Company .

 Chuck 

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Some other company's could do with a straight shooter fronts person like her . And look at those lovely thick coil ears ! I can see at least one of the new coils being added to my outfit .

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