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New Coiltek 15” 7.5Khz DD WOT coil for X-TERRA Series

From Coiltek Manufacturing’s Find-of-the-month contest ..

September Winner’s Story

WONDERFUL  WOT I have been detecting for a few years now and have always been a bit of a slowcoach. I often go out hunting with a mate and it is usual for him to cover many times more ground than me. Sometimes being slow and thorough is a good thing but for recently dropped modern coin hunting I wanted a faster way to cover more territory and reap the rewards. For these modern coin hunts I use my great old workhorse the Minelab X-TERRA 70 as it’s light, precise and a pleasure to swing.

New 15″ X-TERRA Coil from Coiltek

I was very pleased when I learned that Coiltek had gained the rights (the first ever to do so) from Minelab to develop and market a new, bigger coil for the X-TERRA range of detectors and I got straight on the phone and put my order in. On the release day I was at their doorstep and purchased a new 15” 7.5Khz DD WOT coil.

I soon learned the benefits of this nice addition to my X-TERRA, it was sensitive, light for size and the TID numbers were spot on. Within a fortnight of part-time hunts it had paid for itself in coin finds. At the beach it helped me cover larger areas than I had ever done before in a typical 3 to 4 hour session and being waterproof I had no worries if I wanted to do some shallow wading.

However, I mainly I wanted to tell you about 5 park hunts over a month with this special coil. All were 3 to 4 hours long. The 1st hunt netted $68 in coin, and some silver jewellery. The 2nd was at the same park and I scored $107 and a 5gram 9ct gold ring. The 3rd was at a new park and I bagged $50 odd and a 4.9gram 22 ct gold earring. The 4th and 5th were at the another park and brought home $132 and $258 plus silver jewellery. $258 in coins had my coin bag straining at the straps with the weight but put a big grin on my face.

Coiltek’s Wonderful X-TERRA WOT works for me.       NSC

You can find the full line of Coiltek Manufacturing’s Minelab metal detector coils at Radioworld, your authorised Coiltek dealer.

Found with Coiltek’s new 15″ X-TERRA all-terrain coil

Minelab Officials, Renowned Author, visit Radioworld

It was a pleasure to have some important visitors last week here at Radioworld. Rob Freeman from Minelab Americas, and Jack Summers from Minelab Canada, were at Radioworld for business meetings, and to see the staff here at the store.

Clive Clinyck & Rob Freeman at Radioworld
Tim Pacan, author Clive Clinyck, and Rob Freeman of Minelab Americas










Clive Clinyck, author of some of the best books on metal detecting, also came by to meet with Jack and Rob.

Jack, Clive and Rob
Jack Summers of Minelab Canada, author Clive Clinyck, and Rob Freeman of Minelab Americas










We are very excited about the success of Minelab in Canada, and about being recognized as Canada’s #1 Minelab retailer.




New Gear for the Toronto Metal Detecting Club

The TMDC now has new club shirts and hats. Come on in Saturday mornings at 9:30 for club get-togethers, and get your new club gear.
Also join us on facebook at:
and be sure to join the discussion forums at:

Best of all, join the club for absolutely NO COST !
Just look below to see how happy these club members are, now that they have gear of their own.

Don’t forget to join us at Radioworld, 4335 Steeles Ave West
North York, Saturday mornings at 9:30 AM

Toronto Metal Detecting Club shirts and hats


New Toronto Metal Detecting Club

I am pleased to announce the formation of the Toronto Metal Detecting Club.

Everyone is invited to join, whether you are an avid detectorist or just interested in learning how to enjoy such a fun hobby.

Drop by Radioworld any Saturday morning for chats and demonstrations. Even if you are just thinking about joining our fun hobby, come on in and see what it’s all about. Soon we’ll be looking at organising some hunts.

Also have a look at our new Facebook page Toronto Metal Detecting Club

There is no charge to join

See you soon and welcome to the club !