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Big Brown Truck made my day yesterday.  Much earlier than expected delivery from my dealer!

Silly how some little things can make what was a trying day turn into dancing in the living room!  😆

Going out this afternoon to deflower the coil!



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I love the larger coil. Feels fairly lightweight. Good luck with it!

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Happy dancing is what one would expect from an elf...

I said I would not but I might have to get a big coil...

good luck


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Fred since I have put on the big coil, I have not even thought about taking it off. It works.

I might go back to the stock coil if I was gold detecting, but for everything else, the 15" coil is excellent.


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thanks, Flak

your opinion could make me a buyer rather than a thinker.

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Flakmagnet is right, the big coil has barely left my Nox since I got it other than when I go prospecting although it's not too shabby on small gold either, not too far behind the 11" which again isn't too far behind the 6"

For nostalgia's sake I put the 11" back on my Nox yesterday and went for a walk to the river behind my house before the heat of the day kicked in with some morning fog and went for a hunt in an area where finds are very few and far between, a very unpopulated area along the riverside and pulled up a very old NZ penny, it's in too bad condition to make out it's date but I was very surprised to find a coin here as so rarely do people go here that the chances of losing one are so slim.  I can only guess it was a fly fisherman lost it long before I was born.


I am certain you'll love your coil and hope my pictures inspire you go out and get some great finds with it to break it in 🙂


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Take it to the beach and scoop up a nice 1/3 oz gold ring.  We can dream right..  Have fun with it.

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