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Coiltek Nox 15" Round Coils In Stock And How Did The 1st Hunt Come Out? 8 Silvers Baby


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On 4/15/2021 at 8:02 AM, Joe D. said:

   I thing Gerry's skills are the "magic silver sauce"! Not the coil! But good to see, just the same!!👍👍

I would like to see a head to head in an established test garden between the two 15" coils.  I have seen plenty of evidence that the Minelab 15" does get better depth than the 11".  I have heard nothing but complaints so far with the coilteck 15"  

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 Hey midlake!!

  Can you be more specific! I still only have the Nox 11", as I was waiting to see how the coiltek's would do! I have been holding off purchasing any others, due to the coil tab issues I've had with the Nox! And i was hoping the coiltek's would be an improvement in any way possible!

Thanks!!👍👍

 

 

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