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5 hours ago, Tiftaaft said:

Dang Bryan!  I'm on the wrong side of the state!  Awesome finds!!  I can't wait to get my 15" this week!!  And I can vouch for your comments about the tough ground and the 6" limit.  If this 15" gives a little better response at the 6+" range... it is a game changer (on a machine that is already a game changer). ~Tim.

Just had my second hunt today with the 15” coil.  It is a game changer for me!  I have never had a coil improve my finds so dramatically as this coil has. If you have open areas to hunt with real deep coins, it’s a no-brainer.  It’s not that the new big coil is dramatically deeper but that it hits the 9 and 10” coins so easily that I am confident that it is finding the coins at depth that the stock coil has a harder time catching..

4 Indian Head Cents today.  I have never found 4 in one day. Also found 4 silvers today.  Extremely rare but I did both the same day.   My poor friend got crushed again today, this time with his trusty V3i and big coil. He found 2 old coins to my 12!  That’s 23 to 2 over a two day period.  That is not the norm. He is a very skilled hunter but just could not reach these coins. 






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You are KILLING me Bryan!!!   Man!... huge congrats!

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and look what we have here!!!

My dealer (DredgeNZ) is an all round nice guy and sent me a couple of little bonuses with my coil ?  JW's coil will arrive today too, his bonus is something I figured he could use as he's wearing his a bit thin and I think it's shrunk a few cm's in length :biggrin:

Busy day today so I didn't have time to take the new toy out but I detected around on my front lawn, EMI is worse with the 12x15 but you would expect that and backing it off a couple of notches fixed it up, my house is right near power lines that come off windmills that feed about 50,000 people's power so there is a bit of juice running through them.

I managed to find a 1 cent coin in my front yard, about 20cm deep, what is amazing about this is my front lawn is the most detected ground I know of, it's had all of my detectors run over it many, many times in my testing, it is full of junk, I have no idea why but you can't take one swing without multiple bits of iron, I have dug the junk many times and it usually turns out to be old rusty nails or tiny little scraps of metal.  My house is on the site of an old farm house but it was more in my backyard than front so I have no idea why my entire yard is contaminated by iron.

The coin came up a very repeatable 21, sure it was mixed in with other numbers often subzero numbers but that 21 kept showing its face and sometimes was the only number for a few swings if I kept the swings in a tight area.  I've never had this before so I dug.. and it was a 1 cent coin in a hole with about 5 nails and a strip of metal that looked like it was a small off cut of some roofing iron. The nose of the 15" works well as a pin pointer, feels a bit like running a mono coil on my GPX with how sensitive the tip is for pinpointing.

Very promising results.

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Yep mine came too, along with a bonus new scoop & a little sucker bottle.(or was I the sucker :laugh:) Thanks to Daniel at DredgeNZ ?


I think Simon & I might be the first in NZ to get this new Nox coil.

Good luck out there

JW :smile:

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On ‎11‎/‎1‎/‎2018 at 1:36 PM, Cabin Fever said:

My New 15” Equinox Coil mounted on one of steveg’s  beautiful Custom Rods from http://www.stevesdetectorrods.com/

Hope you all get yours soon!



Thanks for the kind words, Bryan!


You are REALLY making some GREAT finds over the past few days with the 15"...

I can't wait until I receive mine!


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