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#1

Just a Dash
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Joined: 21 May 2019
Posts: 6
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27 May 2019 05:02 pm

Has anyone seen any reviews on the new coils for sdc2300? I haven't seen any rewiews but not good on searching the web. And I dont do facebook.

#2

HoudiniHarry
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From: GT, VIC
Joined: 09 November 2016
Posts: 1,128
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27 May 2019 05:05 pm

Hi Just a Dash, loads of guys discussing on the forum.
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … p?id=30257

Cheers
HH


Having a great time searching for gold....
GPX4500

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#3

Just a Dash
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Joined: 21 May 2019
Posts: 6
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27 May 2019 06:01 pm

Thanks HH just had a read , still not sure about the coils.

#4

Shep
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Joined: 20 January 2016
Posts: 140
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28 May 2019 12:07 am

Just a Dash wrote:

Thanks HH just had a read , still not sure about the coils.

I am very happy with my 14x9. Only thing I don’t like is the weight.

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#5

51digger
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Joined: 04 February 2019
Posts: 6
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30 May 2019 02:14 pm

Hi everybody, i got myself a 11'' gold extreme for the 2300, have been out 9 times and found 4 pieces of lead shot, cant make up my mind on performance
as yet , but thought i may have had better luck by now. 2 lead shots were on the ground and i had to put sensitivity onto 4 to enhance the signal enough
to decide whether to dig or not, this coil doesnt seem to pick up shot like the 8'' coil does, maybe it could be the damp weather playing tricks, on one
outing i followed up with the 5000 with 12x8 evo attached and picked up .05 and .07 piece, so at the moment i am undecided on overall performance.

#6

Booney
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Joined: 16 October 2018
Posts: 216
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30 May 2019 02:53 pm

Thanks 51 digger results speak for them selves helps make my mind up . if your not picking up the shot your missing the small gold.

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#7

Nightjar
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Joined: 26 September 2013
Posts: 952
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30 May 2019 08:50 pm

Our recent trip with GPZ & SDC (Standard 8" coil)
We decided to revisit old scrapes from the 80's, probably every model of detector since then has been over the ground.
GPZ = 32 (I swung over the windrows)
SDC = 74 (Scrubbing ground on scrapes)

Total: 28 grams.

You decide!

1559209399_gold_amp_species_004.jpg


Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

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#8

Muk
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Joined: 19 June 2016
Posts: 375
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30 May 2019 10:31 pm

Nice nightjar sdc great machine with the gpz dynamic duo cheers Muk.

#9

51digger
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Joined: 04 February 2019
Posts: 6
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12 June 2019 09:15 pm

Hi everybody, could'nt keep on going with this 11" coil so took it back to point of sale and they gladly sent it away for a replacement.
Received a new coil 4 days later and this is what the firsrt one should have been like. Have been out 4 times and found plenty of lead shot
and 3 small nuggets, coil is running smooth and stable and consistent, am a happy camper now.

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#10

Braddo
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Joined: 14 May 2013
Posts: 70
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01 July 2019 02:35 pm

Any updates from the SDC users in regards to the new Coiltek coils? Anyone using the 10 X 5?
Cheers Brad.

#11

bhogg
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Joined: 10 June 2015
Posts: 91
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20 July 2019 02:44 am

51digger wrote:

Hi everybody, could'nt keep on going with this 11" coil so took it back to point of sale and they gladly sent it away for a replacement.
Received a new coil 4 days later and this is what the firsrt one should have been like. Have been out 4 times and found plenty of lead shot
and 3 small nuggets, coil is running smooth and stable and consistent, am a happy camper now.

Hi Digger

Same size coil is it?
And how's it going??
Is it honestly any better in anyway apart from ground covers?
Have you noted a more positive response or sensitivity result??.

Cheers mate


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