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Detech 32" concentric coil. Wow!

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This is crazy! Look at the size of this thing lol.

I just saw this coil at another forum and oh wow! In a weird way i seem to be smiling and thinking Barnum & Bailey lol.

 

 

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Hey Garik,

   Yep, here is some more details on that coil.  We can get them for anyone that is looking for one - $1,299.00 with FREE SHIPPING 

Order here - https://www.robsdetectors.com/detech-32-concentric-search-coil-for-minelab-gpx-gp-sd-series-gold-detectors/

 

World's Largest Concentric Search Coil 
The Detech 32" Concentric Search Coil for Minelab GPX, GP, SD Series Gold Detectors is the world's largest concentric search coil. While large in size, the coils is extremely light its size weighing in at approximately 2.9 Pounds (1300 grams).

Extreme Depth for Treasures and Gold Nuggets
This coils is designed for searching deep ground, for relics, deep coins, hoards, weapons, helmets, troves, and large gold nuggets at depth. Because of its large size, the coil is not recommended when searching for very small gold nuggets or operating in very trashy areas. See the video on this page for examples of nugget size and expected depth capabilities.

Precision Technology: Handcrafted Design 
This coil is produced using a combination of the most innovative modern technologies and handmade
production techniques. This coil is made from fiberglass, carbon, polyester, epoxy resins and balsa. All materials used are of the highest quality, produced in Germany, Austria and France. The coil is made with a Litz conductor and adheres to all Minelab PI detector requirements.

Head Back to Cleaned out Sites
Armed with this coil, you now have the best tool for searching deep into the ground at those sites that were previously thought to have been cleaned out. With this coil in hand, all sites previously searched, are now ready to be revisited.

Unique Advantages to this Coil:

  • Extremely high level of ground balance
  • Good stability to electromagnetic interferences
  • Excellent discrimination of unwanted targets, better than that of traditional DD coils.
  • Precise pin-pointing
  • In the “mono” mode, the coil operates with its entire area, unlike dd coils, which operate with half of their surface area.
  • Precise inductive balance
  • Waterproof
  • High UV protection
  • Shock and scratch resistant

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That's cool!

That's pretty amazing that this weighs the same as my 15" Detech DD Ultra Sensing Spiral

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Need a dang backhoe to go with it. Gotta say I do like the fine design. Dennis

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Great another large coil, for me at least not sure about the rest..but I am done buying the next and up and coming " new " coil without real tests. I don't mind the manufacturer doing them neither, but to see words written on an advertisment means nothing to me. Make a coil, do some extensive depth tests with multi ounce nuggets at depth. Most of us have used many of the coils ou there...smalls and bigs, ..if its new and great, prove it. This coil sounds interesting but will it get the  1- 5 ounce nugget deeper than all the others...? If it does, than it will be a succeful coil for Detech and users in the field.  I hope Detech and for that matter Nuggetfinder and Coiltek are listening..For now, I am waiting  for reviews on 2 coils before I make a descion to   buy, one is the X-Coils form Russia...for the GPX...and the other is the Detech 18" CC coil.  Don't mean to rant but dang all the coils these days are comparable to the other...one does not have much over the other brand if going head to head for a particualr size...what we need is a coil that goes deeper than the others for the biggies. 

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Hey AuWanderer,

   I understand your position, as there are a lot of new coils out now.  You have the new NF EVO's, Coiltek Elite's, Coiltek Gold Extreme coils, X-Coils for GPZ and GPX series, Detech's new coils.  To be honest, even as a dealer I don't have time to test them all and report back like I would.  There will always be the "latest and greatest" coil, but that don't mean that older coils will not do the job.  The newer coils and technology seem to always squeak out a bit more sensitivity or depth, or come out with a new design or size to appeal to someone. 

Overall, it's great we at least have the options.  Remember when we had no options on the GPZ or SDC ..... :wacko:

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2 hours ago, nuggethunting said:

Hey AuWanderer,

   I understand your position, as there are a lot of new coils out now.  You have the new NF EVO's, Coiltek Elite's, Coiltek Gold Extreme coils, X-Coils for GPZ and GPX series, Detech's new coils.  To be honest, even as a dealer I don't have time to test them all and report back like I would.  There will always be the "latest and greatest" coil, but that don't mean that older coils will not do the job.  The newer coils and technology seem to always squeak out a bit more sensitivity or depth, or come out with a new design or size to appeal to someone. 

Overall, it's great we at least have the options.  Remember when we had no options on the GPZ or SDC ..... :wacko:

I agree, its good to have options...looking forward to some reviews with this 32." 

 

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It's great to have all these options, but the old fiberglass coils in the hands of a skilled operator will do as well or better...Operator=90%, equipment (within reason) = 10% ... Cheers, Unc

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Hey Uncle Ron,

   Remember the old NF Fiberglass coils.  Man, they were super lightweight and very sensitive, but I had one crumble apart on me once I removed the first skidplate for replacement ..... :(

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Hey Rob and all...The old NF 14" E fiberglass is my favorite coil...I've found pounds with it on both my SD2100 (Old Baboo) and my 4500 ... Second fav is the old CT 17 E ... Also the NF round 14 DD is good and goes surprisingly deep... Cheers, Unc

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