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"this year, do not know exactly when, hopefully sooner than later"

"close to testing stage"

"confident this will be a good machine"

"simultaneous multifrequency, but also many single frequencies"

"in the Simplex housing, but this is not a multi Simplex, but something new"

"coil will be completely different from Simplex"

"some upper shaft differences"

"lower shaft will be carbon fiber"

"user replaceable, changeable battery; field swappable"

"not going to be priced as low as Simplex, but will be competitively priced versus the competition (Equinox)"

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We all have looked forward to that day this detector shows it’s face but we look back to the first day we were told of it. Here we are again hearing a echo of time past and it all sounds the same as it did then and now.

 Chuck 

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1 hour ago, Steve Herschbach said:

"this year, do not know exactly when, hopefully sooner than later"

"close to testing stage"

"confident this will be a good machine"

"simultaneous multifrequency, but also many single frequencies"

"in the Simplex housing, but this is not a multi Simplex, but something new"

"coil will be completely different from Simplex"

"some upper shaft differences"

"lower shaft will be carbon fiber"

"user replaceable, changeable battery; field swappable"

"not going to be priced as low as Simplex, but will be competitively priced versus the competition (Equinox)"

I've followed 3 or 4 videos from her and other posts. What I like is her straight up , no BS approach. I can respect her saying "sometime this year." She hasn't been wrong yet. Unlike others , who say " maybe in April , then , maybe in July". Just stringing you along with the BS. Anyways , I'm looking forward to this detector when it does come out. I've never owned a Nokta before. Would like to give it a chance.

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To me, the most important part of Dilek's video was her clearly stating that the new Nokta Makro simultaneous multi frequency detector is being built to be a direct competitor of the Equinox. She also made it clear without naming names that Nokta Makro does not consider the unnamed Garrett APEX as a viable competitor for the new Nokta Makro SMF detector. 

I hope Nokta Makro is right in their assessment of their new SMF detector. That would be great for a more competitive market and for us most of all. 

I have always been extremely impressed with Nokta Makro's detectors. I don't currently own one but I have owned five of them in the past and they are outstanding.........just not as outstanding where I detect as the two detectors she discussed in the video without mentioning names (Equinox and Deus).

So, do I save a little money and buy the Nokta Makro SMF or get a personal loan/sell a car/dip into my retirement/or sell all of my personal belongings (except my detectors) for the GPX 6000?

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I may have to start hitting the sports fields more to get my clad count up😁

I could see me buying one of these especially if it can complement my nox in some way.  

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If performance is very close to the nox, and its priced a bit less, and has a great selection of coils, they could steal a chunk of nox sales.  The simplex sure is a big bang for the buck.  I wish them well.

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