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    Anything metal detecting related
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    Xp Deus, Equinox, or anything else that I can get my hands on. LOVE them all

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  1. If theres one machine I can say I hate would be the FORS machines. The way they designed the handle/grip with the button in the middle is absolutely a arm killer. Cant grip it correctly with the button in the middle. At least I cant. If you have tiny hands you might be ok. Simplex gives you a lot more options and is prob deeper when comparing 11" coils. I would go for anything else but one of these arm cripplers lol. The way they balance doesn't help either. Even with the 5" coil still a arm killer.
  2. I second that! Also has to be lightweight, nokta/makro cant seem to figure out that part. Or make a land and water version. I like a good waterproof machine but don't like the extra weight they bring with them for land hunting. Example simplex with the 5x9 coil is a heavy machine. 5x9 feels as heavy as the 11" Buttons also on simplex are really uncomfortable to use as a park machine when pinpointing a lot. Way to hard to press. Guessing cause of waterproofing.
  3. Yo Dog i have a brand new 11" anfibio coil just collecting dust. I usually hunt the iron sites and use smaller coils. PM your address it's yours if ya want it.
  4. Dogodog sorry to hear that buddy. I had a customer that had a similar situation. After a bit of them not answering I just set him a replacement part so he wasn't left hanging. Brand new machine he bought and couldn't even use it. If you decide to buy a new coil yourself let me know I can help ya out a bit. Try to also email Van Boon he is the main guy to talk to at the service center. service@noktamakrorepairs.com Nokta Makro Service Center862 Laffayette Street Unit 1162Ringgold, GA 30736+1 706 619 2601
  5. Nice save mr. Love those Xp machines. May want to try the 9x5 coil. It cuts thru the iron like a laser.
  6. I love these gloves. Cant be beat for the price. Are as good as the $40 mechanics gloves everyone else sells.
  7. They been saying SOON since the release of the simplex on the extra coils ha ha ha
  8. I was told will be available this next incoming shipment. So very soon. Looks they will be only available as a extra coil in yellow or black. For $84.15 Also has a optional coil cover for $10.20. Don't know for sure if it come with a coil cover or not. Guessing it does with option to buy them also.
  9. yup its a no go. Must have them chipped to not be compatible. Maybe they will surprise us with the update and all the anfibio/kruzer coils will work with simplex. If they did I would prob buy 2 machines just for myself and keep one with 7'' on and one with the 9x5 coil on.
  10. dang man thats a lot of gold coins congrats!. I've got a lot of catching up to do. Im still at only 1 lol. Were u using the explorer II im guessing?
  11. great vid. pretty impressive it hitting that deep dime with a reactivity of 3. Nice.
  12. yup exactly what I do. Do the pump method then add 3 points works like a charm. My machine seems to be really happy with 83 at almost all my sites. Curious what settings you are using and which coil? May still be able to keep your sensitivity settings of 86-87 and turn down the reactivity a bit. Or turn down the Tx gain and bump up sense more.
  13. Steve I completely understand your point of view here. It is what the manufacturers have created though. Why idk. I would love to see a standard price for every dealer. Big Box stores are no better. Hell you can go look on eBay and see some big dealers selling brand new with a best offer option. Also most of the big name stores have dealers working for them and will sell under cost. Call and see for yourself, they don't adhere to the pricing rules anymore than that guy down the street selling from his computer. A lot of it is not the manufactures fault either. The hobby itself I think is in t
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