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Old 07-25-2006, 04:44 PM
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Default Opinions On The 4.5 x7" EXcelerator Searchcoil ?

G'day Everyone,

After getting alot of use with the Quattro's stock 10.5" coil, I decided to purchase a smaller coil for use in my local parks. I'd like every advantage in ferreting out the elusive old coins from the trash. Has anyone had experience with this particular brand and size elliptical coil? How is the depth in comparison to the size reduction of the coil?

Thanks & Happy Hunting To Everyone!

Barry
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Old 07-26-2006, 07:02 AM
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Default Re: Opinions On The 4.5 x7" EXcelerator Searchcoil ?

If I were you, I'd spend my money on a Sunray X-5. I recently got one for my Explorer II, and I can say that it has great depth for a 5" coil. It will work with the Quattro as well.

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