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2 minutes ago, Johnnysalami1957 said:

Liking the 705 best!

We likely we see more videos comaring 705 to the Nox.  

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30 minutes ago, doc holiday said:

Weak sisters compared to my F75.

Hi Doc

Got your Nox yet?

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Would have been nice if the machines were set up with similar size coils and using the proper freq/ mode for the conductive range of the target. I honestly learned nothing of the detectors from the vid.

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2 hours ago, Tnsharpshooter said:

Hi Doc

Got your Nox yet?

Not yet--always like to wait until first run glitches are settled.

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