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tune in tomorrow to Nokta’s FB page at 10am EST for more info 
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Maybe having multiple frequencies like the X-Terra or SMF like the Vanquish. 

Competition is sure alive and well.

 

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Cant wait to find out what they are, its a great time to be a detectorist. I just sold off one machine so might have to get another ?

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I am impressed on the new machines.

Weight has been reduced to 2.2 lbs.

The 2 upper models now have Bluetooth connectivity.

New coils are in the works also.

Frequency has been changed to 15khz from 12.

Pricing should be out within a week.

I commend Nokta on moving forward with products that give the customer options.

I do realize that these are a rehash in a way, but improvements have been made. They are not just resting on their laurels.

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A couple of things that weren’t clear is whether current Simplex coils will be interchangeable with the new simplex models, and whether the green 2.4 ghz wireless headphones will work with the Simplex Lite. 

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13 minutes ago, ☠ Cipher said:

A couple of things that weren’t clear is whether current Simplex coils will be interchangeable with the new simplex models, and whether the green 2.4 ghz wireless headphones will work with the Simplex Lite. 

The lite model only has corded capability for headphones.

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1 hour ago, JamieinMaine said:

The lite model only has corded capability for headphones.

It's a good idea to do a model without wireless, it gives them a reason to sell it even cheaper, in manufacturing not having the wireless capability inside the detector is minimal savings but in the marketplace not having it there gives them an excuse to really go low on price annoying any competition.

They are going to have some good competition in this lower end market now so they might do sell as well as they were hoping with the competitors machine having switching frequencies.

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