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Mike Hillis

I Really Like First Texas Product's Coil Selections

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I may have said this before but I'll say it again. I really like First Texas Product's coil selection. They have one of the best, if not the best, OEM coil offerings on the market today.

7.6 and 7.8 kHz concentric coil offerings include the:

- 4" round concentric
- 7" round concentric
- 8" round concentric
- 9" triangulated concentric
- 10" elliptical concentric
- 11" triangulated concentric

7.6 and 7.8 kHz & 19 kHz DD coil offerings include the:

- 5" DD
- 5.5"x10" DD
- 11" Biaxial DD

13" kHz concentric offerings are:

- 3"x6" elliptical concentric
- 10" elliptical concentric.

13" kHz DD offerings are:

- 5" DD
- 5.5"x10" DD
- 11" Biaxial DD
- 15" round DD.

These are just the OEM offerings. This doesn't include the myriad aftermarket coil manufacturers.

I say kudos to First Texas Products for giving us so many coil options to help us be more successful in our detecting pursuits.

If I could just get a 4" x 18" DD coil out of them for sports fields I'd be a truly happy 1st Texas treasure hunter.

HH
Mike
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I agree Mike - nothing like a great coil selection to back a great lineup of detectors.

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