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  1. If performance is very close to the nox, and its priced a bit less, and has a great selection of coils, they could steal a chunk of nox sales. The simplex sure is a big bang for the buck. I wish them well.
  2. GB, bring up the CRB commodity index over the last ten or so years. Commodities have been in a downtrend, and started breaking out to the upside, last fall.
  3. All the commodities are breaking out higher. Wheat corn, beans , copper, steel , etc. Its all signaling inflation and a lower dollar dead ahead. The government keeps printing dollars , making them worth less, and everything becomes worth more. Protect yourself.
  4. Its very pricey and hard to find!. People are waking up to what a deal silver is, or was. We are moving into a silver shortage at the current prices. A one oz bar will cost about $32, 2021 silver eagles are priced at about $38, and up. Most online dealers will put you on a waiting list for those. Older year eagles start at around $48 ea. Happy investing.
  5. Liken Jeff mentioned, if you have higher mineralized soil, the simplex will work much better than the F75. I found that to be true in my area.
  6. Chase, My Vista X does real well in my red orange, rocky clay here in the Ozarks. I get better depth than the Nox I had. Course it is a more basic, analog detector. If You ever get a mineralized plot set up, maybe I could loan it to you for your testing. I'd be curious to see how it would do in a head to head.
  7. I watched one of Cals videos where some feller sent him some nasty Pennsylvania dirt. The nox and deus could not hit a quarter at 8" in that stuff. Some dirt has its limits.
  8. http://dankowskidetectors.com/discussions/list.php?2 ####### Thread titled Minelab Equinox owners, page 12. ######### Tom Dankowski is looking for input , in performance and design on the next Minelab Flagship detector. Tom has input with Minelab. Pop on over to Toms forum and read the thread, and post your ideas. I started a post about 25 posts down on this thread, about new ideas for the new Equinox. Not realizing they are looking for ideas. Reading the post by Tom about being able to add target density into ID is awesome.
  9. i heard that the 5c nickel 's metal content is worth 7c? might want to hang on to your nickels , they may go the way of the copper cent and silver coinage, and be replaced with a zinc variation. I'll have to research that more later.
  10. Good warnings Steve. The compressors used for pumping clean air are diaphragm compressors. You don't want to be breathing air from a piston compressor! The Blu3 Nemos hookah systems are on sale black Friday weekend, 20% off. I think I'll order one. Wouldn't be able to use it for 6 months, waiting the warm weather to arrive. But I'm Dutch, I like a good deal! Hey Dan-NM , want to sell one of those extra batteries? ADD ON.... I ordered it today thru Blu3 Nemo website. Turns out Its assembled and distributed by Brownies Third Lung. They have been making and selling
  11. How about a hookah diving deal? Those units seem to be getting alot of interest in the detecting community. Blu3 is going to have a 20% off for black friday, sat and sun. Wonder if Kellyco will do the same?
  12. Ridge Runner, how you gonna remember to breathe under there when one of those mermaids show up and retrieve those targets for you? Poor gal is going to have to drag you to shore and revive you on the beach!😍
  13. Skull, the blu3 unit has extra batteries optional. About $100 each. If you are parked near the water, could possibly recharge one while diving. . I don't remember charging time .
  14. The dive blu3 requires an online test . That unit has a 10 ft hose, so not much concern about the bends. The Air Buddy can be purchased with a 40 ' ft hose, and they do not require any certification. BUT , it would be wise to be certified to go anywhere near that deep. A resort cert. course would be good, but full certification would be a big plus. I was tank certified in my younger days. Tank diving is out of the pic at my age.
  15. https://www.diveblu3.com/product/nemo/, There is also a unit sold by Air Buddy. 25 years ago I built my own hookah unit , using a 5hp gas motor, Thomas diaphragm compressor, wash tub, and all set in a big innertube. The dive blu3 unit only weighs 10 lbs. which is doable for me, as I approach retirement. Would love to dunk the Simplex in the shallows, looking for fresh drops. Our lakes here are all rock bottoms. If you have used these electrics, I'd love to hear your comments. While Im considering it, one of those propulsion units would be fun too! The only
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