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Post  Goldfields Explorer on Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:29 pm

Howdy to all out there,
Tell me who out there has had any better luck with these nugget tech coils?
Some are saying they are better becoz they dont get bump sensitive.
My Gp 3500 doesnt get that unless stormy cloudy weather anyhow, So i want to see who out there
Has these nugget tech coils. As i think coil tek is well made fine coils money can buy.
Let me know what your thoughts are if you own or used one of these nugget tech coils
Cheers from the Goldfields Explorer
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Post  tirp56 on Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:42 pm

g,day mate,yes i have got a nuggettech coi,it is the 8"x6",and i have used it a few times,but i found it very bump sesitive.but in saying that i found that it had very good depth penetration for its size, i think they will go really good on pipe clay though cheers al

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Post  Goldfields Explorer on Sun Jun 17, 2012 5:58 pm

Hi there, yes i was just wondering who was using the nugget tech coils.
so far it doesnt look like many are buying them ,I know I will stick with coiltek
For me i have great luck with them and well made aussie company.
I heard a story told to one my friends about nugget tech sayin they are the ducks Nuts
I cant say i believed the story unless i see it for myself , Hey thanks ya comment
Good to know some out there have tried them cheers ...GFE
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Post  Wedge on Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:56 pm

I have a Nugget Tech Dingo 18.5x12 and I am happy with it. It appears to be well made, is not bump sensitive and is reasonably light (831 grams - about the same as a Minelab 11" Mono).

To be honest I have only found a few pieces with it, but then again I haven't been out much this year, so for the amount of time it has spent on my detector I think the Nugget Tech is doing well.

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Post  granite2 on Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:33 pm

A lot of so-called Bump Sensitivety is simply a loose coil connection nut and/or a loosely wound and unattached coil cord. When we ran Coiltek we saw this problem many times with all brands of coils. Coiltek coils are no more bump sensitive than any other brand despite being branded as such, mostly by one eyed fans of other coils. Although there have been a few with manufacturing faults causing this sensitivity these were always swapped for a replacement coil at no cost.

Cheers, Jim
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