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Orx & The HF 9 @ 54 Khz Finds Brass Suspender Buckle Others Missed

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Finding a matched pair -- that happens to me, oh, let's see... never.

The XP Deus/ORX is highly touted for it's ability to find non-ferrous amongst thick ferrous.  Looks like another example.  Good stuff; thanks for the report.


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Gunnar,a terrific find,video works for me so not sure what the problem is from some folks unable to view it.

Love the HF coil on my Deus,albeit mine is not the round version mine is the elliptical coil,but with just 2 detectors ie the Deus and the Equinox i have all freqs covered from 4khz right upto 80khz,have almost all scenarios covered with just these 2 machines.

Well done on finding the matching pair.

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Works for me too.

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