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#1

Smoky bandit
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22 March 2018 05:57 pm

Pick up from miners den Tomorrow. thumbsup To good to not have.... thumbsup Until first hunt..Go the NOX big_smile


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hAyyoUinAU
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22 March 2018 06:43 pm

You haven't found anything yet. lol


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Smoky bandit
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22 March 2018 07:33 pm

hAyyoUinAU wrote:

You haven't found anything yet. lol

Calm down mate i know your excited.Im just getting ready ..If it's half as good as the xterra 705 there will be heaps of finds coming soon. thumbsup

Last edited by Smoky bandit (22 March 2018 07:41 pm)


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hAyyoUinAU
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22 March 2018 07:50 pm

Needs a full charge first use, and it takes a few hours.
Just in case you want to go for a swing tomorrow. thumbsup big_smile


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22 March 2018 07:59 pm

Jelly lots of you nox tectorists.... just... gotta push... the... 250.... m u c h.... harrrrder ! mad


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

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Smoky bandit
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22 March 2018 09:21 pm

hAyyoUinAU wrote:

Needs a full charge first use, and it takes a few hours.
Just in case you want to go for a swing tomorrow. thumbsup big_smile

Got to work all weekend ..Have to pay for this thing somehow mad


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Smoky bandit
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26 March 2018 09:55 am

Well got out this morning for the first real play with the Nox..
Must say that I will never go back to single frequency again.
I feel the 705 had a better discrimination pattern but my thoughts on that may change the more i use it...The Nox just hits coins hard and clear.....I was concerned that it wouldn't go deeper than the 705 with 15inch coil...But I was wrong ....this thing punches deep even on lower sensitivity...All I can say is love it..And the more you use it the deadlier it's going to get on coins/gold ect thumbsup big_smile 1522017818_img_20180326_11623.jpg
All the thrippies were at least 10inches and solid clear tone..In fact all the older coins were at least 10inchs deep thumbsup 1522017930_img_20180326_51768.jpgMy heart stoped for a second when I seen this on its side1522017994_img_20180326_40138.jpgAll in all had a good morning played with the Nox a bit and have a much better understanding of it now..looking forward to taking it to my little gold spot soon big_smile1522018183_img_20180326_4490.jpgUntil next hunt...(Which won't be long) thumbsup big_smile


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26 March 2018 10:43 am

WOW SMOKEY ! Top first up hunt.

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Smoky bandit
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26 March 2018 11:03 am

Danny13 wrote:

WOW SMOKEY ! Top first up hunt.

Cheers Dan..Always helps if there's something there to find..The last two hunts in that spot with the terra produced nothing..Most of those goldies and that Olympic thing would of been fresh drops...but those older coins the terra missed..All those old coins came out of a 2 square mtr patch that i always work when sand comes off the beach..The sand had actually come back since last week...and the Nox still found them thumbsup Berry happy big_smile big_smile


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26 March 2018 11:57 am

Lol thumbsup big_smile 1522025815_img_20180326_51474.jpg


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26 March 2018 01:24 pm

Great hunt Smoky, well done. smile I knew you'd like it. thumbsup


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26 March 2018 01:42 pm

Heatho wrote:

Great hunt Smoky, well done. smile I knew you'd like it. thumbsup

Cheers mate..The more I use it the better it gets thumbsup big_smile


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26 March 2018 02:12 pm

Good results on your first outing

Sounds like a strong friendship has started , could it be love ...? big_smile


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26 March 2018 03:38 pm

Well done Smoky!

May the 705 R.I.P.


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26 March 2018 03:38 pm

Trash wrote:

Good results on your first outing

Sounds like a strong friendship has started , could it be love ...? big_smile

It could be mate..Missis on one side of the bed...and the Nox on the other.. thumbsup kiss kiss kiss Nox kiss kiss kiss


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roy cobb
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26 March 2018 04:29 pm

Well done SB
Looking foward to how the new one goes compared to the 705
Roy


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26 March 2018 04:39 pm

roy cobb wrote:

Well done SB
Looking foward to how the new one goes compared to the 705
Roy

Thanks Roy
Don't think I'll ever beat that coin you found mate thumbsup


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26 March 2018 05:36 pm

Smoky bandit wrote:
roy cobb wrote:

Well done SB
Looking foward to how the new one goes compared to the 705
Roy

Thanks Roy
Don't think I'll ever beat that coin you found mate thumbsup

Thanks again SB
IT woll take some beating never did I think I would find a coin that old her in OZ if you where in England its only new but here Iam so happy with it big_smile
Know to just find a gold sovereign thats on the top off my list followed by may more coins lol


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26 March 2018 06:37 pm

hAyyoUinAU wrote:

Well done Smoky!

May the 705 R.I.P.

It left with a tear in my eye..(sold) But the Smile soon returned thumbsup big_smile


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26 March 2018 06:54 pm

Smoky bandit wrote:
hAyyoUinAU wrote:

Well done Smoky!

May the 705 R.I.P.

It left with a tear in my eye..(sold) But the Smile soon returned thumbsup big_smile

Well at least it will serve someone well, and will not just be gathering dust.
Enjoy and keep the finds coming. thumbsup


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27 March 2018 11:32 am

mmmmmm, NOX800 or Deus that is the question! Or R.I.P. Deus?


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Smoky bandit
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27 March 2018 11:49 am

caparobertsan wrote:

mmmmmm, NOX800 or Deus that is the question! Or R.I.P. Deus?

Both awesome detectors in their own way mate..You won't miss to many targets with either one thumbsup big_smile


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#23

roy cobb
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27 March 2018 11:55 am

SB how are you finding the nox over the 705 as it would be nice too know how they compare
Roy


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#24

Smoky bandit
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27 March 2018 12:20 pm

roy cobb wrote:

SB how are you finding the nox over the 705 as it would be nice too know how they compare
Roy

Hi Roy
I feel the 705 had a better discrimination pattern than the Nox but my opinion on that may change with more use of the Nox..It hits good targets hard..and deep..I dug a couple of ring pulls at 10 inches in the park with sensitivity Down to 18. At first use I thought it was falsing alot but it was all targets ..If you have never used a multi frequency machine you will be amazed...A few good advanced settings you can tweak for personal prefrence as well...If you are thinking of getting one you will be pleasantly surprised.. thumbsup The 705 is an awsome detector but the Nox is a much more advanced machine and more capabillities than the 705...Just my opinion though.. thumbsup

Last edited by Smoky bandit (27 March 2018 12:31 pm)


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#25

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27 March 2018 06:02 pm

Smokin, looking forward to see how you go on gold. thumbsup

Cheers
Kev

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