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#1

Goldpick
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11 October 2015 05:21 pm

This has caused confusion in some parts of the world, though NEL Coils has re-released their coils under a separate company name called Fors Labs, mainly for alternative markets like (US, France, Italy & Poland). All the current coils have been renamed, though as far as I can see are exactly the same as the current NEL line up.

http://corscoils.com/

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CORS LABS - A NEW PROJECT FROM THE NEL

Published: 05/06/2015 - 10:10

Hello dear subscribers! Probably have all heard about the new project of Nel, who gathered near a lot of discussions.Today I managed to get official comments from the representatives of Nel on this occasion. As it turned out, the new project is called Cors Labs. It is the company logo with the slogan "More discoveries coils Corse".

The main idea of this project was the coverage of the implementation of the new market. In fact, Nel selected European markets and made it very easy. The good old reel went kind rebranding, received new life. That is, the coils and their characteristics remain the same, only the names have changed. A good marketing ploy, which allows attract new customers a brand new audience. Here are examples of relevant titles.

Giant - Big;

Fire - Attack;

Detonation - Storm;

Strike - Tornado;

Scout - Hunter;

Fortune - Sharpshooter;

Shrew - Snake;

Point - Sharp.

Many global companies use the rebranding of its products and the result is a great effect: the company owns several brands. For example, a manufacturer of metal detectors Fisher owns brands Teknetics and Bounty Hunter, and all known automotive company Volkswagen has owned cars Skoda. This path is chosen and the owners of the company NEL. A sort of a right step brighter future.

According to the manufacturer, these coils will not be sold in Ukraine.


Prospecting gear: Used - Whites GM3, GM2, GMT, ML XT17000, ML X-Terra 305, Garrett Gold Stinger, Tesoro Vaquero, Nokta RS pinpointer, Minelab Explorer SE Pro/Etrac, Ace 250
Current - XP Deus, Makro Racer 2, Fisher F75, Tesoro Tejon, Teknetics G2, Whites SPP, Garrett Infinium, Minelab Go-Find 60, XP MI-6, Minelab Profind, Whites Bullseye TRX, Deteknix X-pointer, Garrett AT Pointer

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#2

grubstake
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From: Perth, WA
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11 October 2015 06:01 pm

Seems like an exceptionally pointless exercise!


Where it is, there it is.

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rocketaroo
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11 October 2015 06:20 pm

sounds more like maxresdefault.jpg, than it does detecting.


2017 326 Silvers for the year.
2018 TBA lol

#4

Goldpick
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From: Mount Gambier
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11 October 2015 06:21 pm

Yes, not sure what is going on there considering NEL coils are already sold by retailers within the US. Maybe once stock is drained they will swap over brands.

Still have no choice of Oz retailers, other than from an existing unreliable source. From past experience, they have proven to be very good coils, and cost effective over factory offerings.


Prospecting gear: Used - Whites GM3, GM2, GMT, ML XT17000, ML X-Terra 305, Garrett Gold Stinger, Tesoro Vaquero, Nokta RS pinpointer, Minelab Explorer SE Pro/Etrac, Ace 250
Current - XP Deus, Makro Racer 2, Fisher F75, Tesoro Tejon, Teknetics G2, Whites SPP, Garrett Infinium, Minelab Go-Find 60, XP MI-6, Minelab Profind, Whites Bullseye TRX, Deteknix X-pointer, Garrett AT Pointer


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