Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

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Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  GemQ on Mon Mar 26, 2018 8:35 am

All,

Only one piece but you'll be happy to know I have taken some more lead (Shot) out of the GT.

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Re: Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  UNCLE BOB on Mon Mar 26, 2018 9:43 am

Not too shabby GemQ.
But..........maybe

Ive got my 11" elite coil for sale, did you want to swap with your 9" elite coil? Laughing
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Post  NeoGeo on Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:09 am

That was good signal response on the lead shot GemQ.

How do you think it would stack up against something like a Joey or similar for sensitivity? While obviously punching deeper, being larger.

I have been told that the flat windings are more suited to smaller size coils and was wondering when something smaller than the 11" would come out.

Thanks for the Vid.

Cheers,
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Re: Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  GemQ on Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:58 am

UNCLE BOB wrote:Not too shabby GemQ.
But..........maybe

Ive got my 11" elite coil for sale, did you want to swap with your 9" elite coil? Laughing

Thanks for the offer mate, they'll be in the shops soon. Q10
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Post  GemQ on Mon Mar 26, 2018 11:02 am

NeoGeo wrote:That was good signal response on the lead shot GemQ.

How do you think it would stack up against something like a Joey or similar for sensitivity? While obviously punching deeper, being larger.

I have been told that the flat windings are more suited to smaller size coils and was wondering when something smaller than the 11" would come out.

Thanks for the Vid.

Cheers,
NeoGeo.

I'm hoping to get out soon and do some comparisons against other detectors and coils. My preference is to test this in the field with targets in-situ. Also, really interested in its ability at depth. Only time will tell and hopefully the nugget gods will be shining down.
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Re: Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  UNCLE BOB on Mon Mar 26, 2018 11:06 am

GemQ wrote:
UNCLE BOB wrote:Not too shabby GemQ.
But..........maybe

Ive got my 11" elite coil for sale, did you want to swap with your 9" elite coil? Laughing

Thanks for the offer mate, they'll be in the shops soon. Q10

Ooh ok,
I thought you'd be quick to take up the offer before they hit the shops pirat cyclops
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Re: Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  NeoGeo on Mon Mar 26, 2018 11:43 am

GemQ wrote:

I'm hoping to get out soon and do some comparisons against other detectors and coils. My preference is to test this in the field with targets in-situ. Also, really interested in its ability at depth. Only time will tell and hopefully the nugget gods will be shining down.

Thanks for the reply GemQ.
I reckon when you do find a few bigger pieces and they are just audible.
They will be at a respectable depth.
I look forward to the Video when you do.

 cheers NeoGeo
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Re: Quick hunt with the Coiltek 9"Eilte

Post  Wombat on Mon Mar 26, 2018 9:33 pm

I use a 8" Commander Coin a lot and I think they are great in finding small gold at depth. I have hit a 3gr. at 12" with no problems. So I would be very interested in trying out the 9" Elite and do a comparison. 
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