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11 hours ago, VicR said:

Just received Coiltek email.

"Want to unearth more gold with your Minelab GPX 6000? The wait is almost over!

Three new sizes will be available - 10x5", 14x9" and 9" and your local authorised Coiltek dealer is now accepting pre-orders so get in quick to avoid delays!

Stay tuned for more information on when these super-sensitive and highly anticipated coils will be available. "

So looks like you can pre-order them in Australia.

Wonder why they stuck with white for these coils? - is there a technical reason? Less heat build up inside the coil?

Vic, I havent seen any pics of the coils yet....how do you know they are white? Did Ian tell you? As I said a few months ago, one of the coils is a 9" Elite version and the 14x9 is a logical step (same as the 14x9E) in the same lineup. But, the 10x5 Joey size is an interesting surprise! Hopefully they have learnt from the ML coil design on keeping them lightweight. And, no....there's no reason for a white color for heat dissipation, any color other than black will function equally as good.

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With regards Coiltek 6000 coils being white - just going on their picture below.

 

 

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Some of my 5000 Coiltek coils are camo colored, white coils are OK though. 

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On 4/6/2022 at 11:09 PM, Gold In The Blood said:

I am only looking for a larger round mono coil for the gpx 6000 than the 11 inch supplied, and also a larger double D coil.

Than the 14 inch that comes with the detector package, although I might get a smaller 8 or 9 inches one for the nooks and crannies if it becomes available.

I would love a 14 inch round mono that performs as well on the 6000 as the camouflage elite 14" mono did on earlier GPX's.

That coil rarely left my 5000 and resulted in me searching through all my old haunts and patches and finding good gold again.

Although with 6000 having different technology than the previous gpx detectors I don't know if Coiltek will able able to deliver that sort of a performance breakthrough with another 14 inch round mono.

I would also love a larger 18 inch double D coil for the more extreme ground areas and the large deep nugget producing areas.

But I doubt that Minelab will allow larger DD coils to be made for the 6000 as it would be competition for the gpz 7000.

The 14" elite coil by Coiltek was my all time favorite coil to run on my 5000. I ran that combo 100% of the time. Never should have gotten rid of them!

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I wonder if the anti interference figure 8 style coils like Coiltek made for the GPX 4500/5000 would be possible for the GPX 6000? That'd be awesome if they could be made.

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8 hours ago, phrunt said:

anti interference figure 8 style coils

My guess would be not required.  With a small DD and the GPX6 in EMI mode I would have thought it would be the same result? 

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Well i was ready to jump in and get the small Coiltek mono - now i will have to wait and see what Nugget Finder has to offer before making a decision.

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On 4/14/2022 at 12:47 PM, phrunt said:

I wonder if the anti interference figure 8 style coils like Coiltek made for the GPX 4500/5000 would be possible for the GPX 6000? That'd be awesome if they could be made.

The std AI coils made by Coiltek were all modified DD's. Twin windings.... but if the overlapped DD's as made by ML (the supplied 14") were to be copied in other sizes (smaller, say like the original Platypus size DD's) then it would be extremely useful, I agree! I'd get one for sure!

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18 hours ago, VicR said:

Well i was ready to jump in and get the small Coiltek mono - now i will have to wait and see what Nugget Finder has to offer before making a decision.

12x7, 8x6 and 15x10, all mono's for now. Methinks the 8x6 and the 12x7 will be in big demand....

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