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  1. My good friend Larry S was proud to share some recent success using his Equinox 800 and the new 10" Ellip NOX coil. Notice how small the one just in front of the CoilTek, pretty amazing. Nice to see some of what other people find as some folks think me being a dealer, it's setup. Those who know me, realize it's real and I would never take credit from a customers success anyway. If you want to learn more about the benefits of the new NOX 10" Ellip 10x5" coil, watch this video: Time to get out there and get you some. Thanks again Larry for sh
  2. Apparently these kinds of interviews have been occurring for a couple months with various detector experts (and dealers) around the world. Except for a post buried in a thread (credit to Dances with Doves for calling my attention to these), which I didn't figure would reach the full audience, I think this is the first post of these four episodes with Gerry which were uploaded to YouTube on the 18th & 19th of April. Basically each of the first three episodes covers the one of the new coils separately and sequentially: 5"x10" (~19 minutes), 9"x14" (~22 minutes), 15" round (~44 minutes) an
  3. I am impressed with it. It will my main coil this summer lake hunting. I like the razors edge tone when detecting. It is fast as it goes over targets. Depth is very impressive in my mild ground. I hate to say but my Anfibio Multi is the backup detector to my Equinox 800. Even with the 5x10 coil. I look forward to seeing what Minelab has coming.
  4. I keep checking for anyones results with the 10X5 looking for gold & so far have seen hardly anything! Hoping a dealer or other reviewer would have had time to use the coil for gold prospecting and again, had time to do a write up. I have had success with the 6 " DD on the EQ 800 and am wondering how the Coiltek compares?
  5. Where I preordered anticipated ship date is March 28. Has anyone’s been shipped yet?, Does anyone have reliable information? I’m only impatient when I’m waiting for something, lol
  6. Just wanted to update those still looking for the new NOX 15" round coil by Coiltek. I just received a shipment of coils and have them in stock ready to ship. My 1st hunt with the 15" round was quite silverish with an 8 silver day. Nothing extremely deep (Idaho soils) but most coins were in the 8 to 9" range. I was able to lift the coil a couple inches off the ground and still get a repeatable signal. No it is not leaps of 6" inches on a coin size target, but I would think a buckle or cannon ball would be approx 6" deeper. Call Gerry's Detectors at 208-345-8898 to get
  7. Looking good! 👍🏼 Coiltek Search Coils for Minelab Equinox
  8. IMPORTANT UPDATE - Coiltek NOX COILSSince we launched the new NOX coils just 4 weeks ago on the 3rd of March 2021, we have received 1000’s of orders for the product, and these orders are continuing to grow each day. We have never before experience such demand for a Coiltek product. We are naturally delighted to have such a positive response to the NOX product and we are grateful for your support. However, due to this unprecedented worldwide demand and the various impacts of COVID-19, deliveries are taking longer than usual. Be assured, our worldwide distributors and dealers are doing t
  9. Bought one yesterday. Already have my tracking number so hopefully next week I'll have some info. on performance. At least here in SW Mo. soil. My soil isn't the best or worst so the depths I get are in between the extremes.
  10. Just curious how many has received their coil? Ordered January 31, called Myers and said still on order. I know we are all anxious and everyone has their own outcomes from every hunt. I guess seeing some already getting them, wondering what business was first come. Just glad to see the knowledge we all get from the people who can steer us about ground soil, depth and overall fundamentals of detecting. I am great full for all the inputs gathered for choosing the Minelab. Thanks for everything Mike
  11. It seems this coil would be nice for sticking between rocks since it is more sensitive at the nose vs. the center of the 6'' coil.I think Simon did the video and he thinks both have about the same sensitivity on that #9 shot.
  12. http://www.dankowskidetectors.com/discussions/read.php?2,180608
  13. i am just the messenger, so i have been told the new 10x5 coil has mediocre depth and jumpy id. i have one on order. is the coiltek 10x5 made in batches? any user information would be greatly appreciated. please respond politely i am just asking
  14. Hope y'all doing great! Guys, I'm on my way to bed and catch some sleep... So i copied the text from my original post. Hey wassup guys!😀 Hope y'all doing great!🙏 Here it is, yesterday's result with my brand new Coiltek coil for the Minelab Equinox! (14x9) Before anything else, let me say that i could had found way more stuff (another patch at around 500m away from where I've been yesterday), but i was determined to try this coil on a area where i have searched many times before. (I have some old footage here, it's same area where i used my GPX 5000 with the 14" DD Goldstalker), and no, I'
  15. I took the Coilek out for the first time this morning to the spot at the lake I've been hunting for the last 14 months. I will say, I was a little concerned because of the first couple of reviews about the coil. I had to remind myself that soil conditions, settings, modes and time on the machine decide how well a coil will perform, not test gardens, no offense to anyone. I set the Nox up as follows..... Park 1 Recovery speed - 3 Iron Bias F2-0 GB-0, I did a manual GB and it GB'd at 4, so I decided to run it at 0 Sen. 23, EMI isn't factor out here until I get clo
  16. I normally don't post on this site much ( I post on the gold forum) as I'm usually chasing gold nuggets with my EQ-800. Anyway the snow melted last week and the temps hit 50's so I took the new CoilTek NOX 10" Ellip coil for a spin at a site I've hunted for many years. Saved a few military items and also spotted some eye candy. I think it's ivory, but not sure. Also has a name engraved on it. What's the best way to tell if it's ivory? The 10" NOX is very sensitive to small targets as I dug many primers. I really light the weight balance and extra ground coverage in semi trashy sites
  17. Just got an e-mail and talked to the dealer to confirm that it has shipped....should have it by Monday. Track Your Shipment: This shipment includes the following items: Item # Description Qty Coiltek Equinox 15" Search Coil 1
  18. I have a preorder on the 15", I have a few spots I want to test it as soon as I get one.
  19. The main thread on all three coils is on the Equinox Forum. 5"x10", 9"x14", and 15" round Coiltek Coils for Minelab Equinox I've been pounding the drum for three years for a 6x10 or 5x10 coil for the Equinox for nugget detecting. I was pushing for a Gold Monster style coil direct from Minelab, but no go. I was a little cautious when I heard Coiltek was doing it instead, as I imagined we would get a clone of the CTX 5x10 coil. That would be ok, but that coil was heavy and expensive. Coiltek surprised me with a new light coil design, and the price of $219 is lower than I expected
  20. Jan 31, 2021 by Joan Allen Metal Detectors - Here's a short video showing the new Coiltek 15" Equinox 'Nox' coil.
  21. Been reading a lot about the new Coiltek, Nugget Finder & now Detech coils of late. I haven't had much to do with any of these but have detected a small area immediately after 2 x GPX4500 with the Coiltek Elite 14" mono attached. Although not an exhaustive or scientific test the end result was I got 8 x subgram nuggets from the area with the SDC & the 4500's nothing. 2 of the subgrammers came from adjacent to their scrapings so they knew something was there but was still iffy enough to walk away from. I keep hearing or reading how these coils are transforming GPX's into SDC's or even G
  22. I am not sure if anyone else is doing this (it appears to be a Coiltek sale but no mention on their website), but Chris at AZO is advertising Coiltek coils for the Minelab SDC 2300 at 20% off for the rest of the month or while supplies last. 20% OFF the following premium Coiltek products:• 10x5 Gold Extreme: WAS $295 - NOW $236• 11" Gold Extreme: WAS $315 - NOW $252• 14x9" Gold Extreme: WAS $315 - NOW $252• Gold Extreme SDC Accessory Pack: WAS $67 - NOW $54 http://arizonaoutback.ipbhost.com/topic/14510-coiltek-isolation-special-new/ https://www.coiltek.com.au/coils/gold-ex
  23. My favorite detector looks to have just gotten a lot better with Coilteks new line of coils for the Minelab SDC 2300. Not sure how it works changing coils yet but I’m excited. Now I just need a 10” coil for the Zed. https://www.coiltek.com.au/coils/gold-extreme/
  24. I was wondering if the aftermarket coils were that much better than the Minelab, i.e Coiltek. I'm very hesitant to go Coiltek because the GPX was designed to use only Minelab coils? My fear is i don't want to hurt my GPX 5000 in the long term by putting a coil on it that Minelab doesn't like? It seems like everyone with a GPX is using a aftermarket coil. I especially like the Coiltek 9" Elite I'f you were me would you get a Coiltek coil?
  25. So this Saturday im heading back out to the property that produced 4 nuggets with the GPX 4800 last time, using the 11 inch coiltec elite. The area we will be focusing on has mainly been known for producing larger nuggets in excess of 5 grams. My question is, is there any advantage to use the 11 inch coil vs the 15x12. The 15x12 obviously gets more ground coverage but would think the two would be about equal on depth to larger nuggets. The 15x12 is probably less responsive to smaller nuggets compared to the 11 inch. Which would you use on ground that was just clear cut
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