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Offline TarotTopic starter
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« on: September 09, 2010, 01:48:06 am »
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Hi Everyone

I have just purchased a used Quattro for use on the beach, and it has come fitted with the stock 1050 coil. I am looking at getting another coil, and perhaps reduce the weight and improve balance of the detector. I will try to buy a used coil, so the choice will also be affected by availability.

I have searched on here and many other forums and dealers, and the weights of the after market coils are hard to find.

Some of the coils that I have been looking at are :

Minelab 10" Slimline

Minelab 11" Pro Coil

SEF 10 x 12

Detech 12.5"

Detech Slimline 10 x 14

Can anyone provide me with the weights of the above coils. I would also be interested to hear a review of the 10 X 14 coil, because there is little info to be found on the Minelab version of this coil.

Hopefully I can stop asking questions soon, and start posting finds.

Regards Tarot (Bob)


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