Coiltek and Radioworld are pleased to announce a new coil for metal detecting gold.
Read below for some recent independent reports, this first one is from Coiltek’s Facebook page;
They are a great coil, had a demo one out for a weekend with Hermann Steffen and Graham Ashton a few weeks back. Both put their names down for one. Didn’t test it against the Goldstalker but did against the Nuggetfinder 14″ and 12″ adv. on an ugly 1oz. Put it at a depth where the 12″ NF just couldn’t get it and the 14″ NF would only pull you up if gridding or knew it was there. It gave a clear signal that there was something there on the first swing using the Elite. It gave my GPZ a good run as the main diff was the smoother threshold on the GPZ running audio smoothing high, signal being very clear even quite a few inches above the ground whereas the Elite dropped off a bit quicker. I was impressed with the Elite as it did run nice and quiet on the 5000 so I might even have to get one.
Another testimonial from over the Easter weekend; (see attached photo for the nuggets found)
I had the opportunity over the Easter weekend to test the new Coiltek 14″ Mono Elite coil on my GPX5000. The coil ground balanced quickly and was stable and quiet. I was working on rocky ground and the coil didn’t false when hitting rocks or being pushed under bushes. I found the coil to be extremely sensitive to small nuggets at depth. I located a 0.5gm nugget at 250mm and a 1.4gm nugget at 300mm. Nuggets down to 0.03gms were recovered. The new coil clearly indicated a 0.5 nugget that the standard 14” mono didn’t recognise. I am very impressed with the new 14″ Mono Elite it will now become my go to coil for this type of ground.
The new coil is suitable for the SD, GP and GPX / GPZ series of detectors. Pricing coming soon !