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Waiting on some leaks     strick

If I wrote ... that minelab Vanquish will be a multi-frequency detector - that's the information that's approved by Minelab : I quote .... "Minelab wants to offer its new multi-frequency tec

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I have heard its called the Minelab Vanquish .

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Minelab is suppose to come out with the MDS-10 soon also I thought... It was trademarked last year. Also they just trademarked in Australia on April 17th something called Super-D, which they currently call their 19" coil for the GPZ, but why trademark now ????

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1 hour ago, DolanDave said:

Minelab is suppose to come out with the MDS-10 soon also I thought... It was trademarked last year. Also they just trademarked in Australia on April 17th something called Super-D, which they currently call their 19" coil for the GPZ, but why trademark now ????

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That looks like an SDC update. But the military version. Would be great to see an SDC updated with some kind of discrimination. I use it as a patch hunter mostly in very remote areas and a GPX level of discrimination would be a must buy for me. And it seems it should be no problem technology wise for them. 

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Going by what i have tried to find out and it isn't much . I think its going to be a replacement for the Excalibur . 

Might be wrong and i would like a replacement for the ET / CTX . But i think the Excal.

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According to everyone,... the new Minelab model should come out this year ... And if it's called Victory-so it certainly won't be a low or mid end detector.

Victory ... - I think it's a detector ... pretty much a class over the Equinox...

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12 minutes ago, EL NINO77 said:

According to everyone,... the new Minelab model should come out this year ... And if it's called Victory-so it certainly won't be a low or mid end detector.

Victory ... - I think it's a detector ... pretty much a class over the Equinox...

Where did the name Vanquish come from ? 

When I talked to someone in the know that wouldn't go into detail. They didn't deny the name. 

Vanquish sounds better. Victory is to much Ship in it.

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If that is the machine in question , that has a big screen the size of the ET / CTX . Tones dont sound very much like the ET but maybe thats because of no headphones. Sounds a bit like the Nox .

Looks like its on a straight hopefully 3 piece carbon shaft , cant see the coil well enough but it needs to be 11 inch .

Hope the battery is longer lasting too.

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