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Nokta Makro Simplex Iwa 2019

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Be sure and turn on the English subtitles under the video settings if you don't know the language.

Nokta/Makro Simplex Data & User Reviews

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think I'll sell my MXT and get a Simplex............not !   LOL   .   think I'll keep the MXT and get a  Simplex !!!  it sure looks nice for the price !!!

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Great video Shelton - thanks for posting! I think the Simplex is going to shake up the industry just like the Equinox has.

At one point it has been mentioned as a 12 kHz detector and I see a note in your video it may be 13 - 14 kHz?

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Dilek said 12 kHz in her announcement video.

I was surprised, considering their preference for 14 kHz in other detectors.

 

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5 hours ago, Steve Herschbach said:

.... I see a note in your video it may be 13 - 14 kHz?

If true, makes me wonder if this is based on a Racer2 platform?  A lightweight, submersible R2 would be a great detector IMO, especially given the entry level pricing!

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the bars seem to be better than those of the equinox. with those prices some brands of detectors will have a bad time

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