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Does Anyone Know What This Coil Is Used For.,.
Posted by: candycane
Date: February 25, 2010 05:31PM
I attended a local auction where the starting bid was 25.00 for this coil. No one placed a bid,so I won it for $25.00. Does any one know what type of coil and what it is used for. I have no idea if it works or not.




Re: Does Anyone Know What This Coil Is Used For.,.
Posted by: candycane
Date: February 25, 2010 05:41PM
Here is another picture of this coil.




Tells you on the sticker
Posted by: Mike Hillis
Date: February 25, 2010 05:55PM
If fits the 6.6 kHz Whites units. That would be like the XLT, Spectrums, QXT, XL, DI Pros, as well as any of the classics series, etc.

Good buy for $25 bucks

HH
Mike



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Re: Tells you on the sticker
Posted by: UK Brian
Date: February 26, 2010 03:00AM
As Mike says. The Advantage of the Eliminator coil over the six inch Whites is its a little deeper whilst in a small case. Copes with E.M.I. better and can be used to sweep under metal such as barbed wire fences ignoring the wire above whilst still detecting coins etc in the ground beneath. One of Jimmy Sierra's special coils. As with his 18 x 3 Bigfoot coil some tweaking of the detectors settings are needed to get the best from it ie recovery speed. Good coil whether you have a detector to match it or not as at $25 you should have no trouble selling it on at a profit.
Should work O.K. with some of the older Bounty Hunters as they used 6.592 kHz for some years though the connector may need changing.

Re: Does Anyone Know What This Coil Is Used For.,.
Posted by: nwdetectorist
Date: February 26, 2010 07:01PM
Hello candycane,

Check out the link and the information below.
http://www.jimmysierra.com/loopsZ.htm
Just past halfway down the web page you will find this loop listed.



ELIMINATOR LOOP
(Click thumbnail to view larger photo)
Another special purpose Applied Creativity loop, designed to eliminate signal interference from 60 cycle transformers, high tension wires, radio frequency and other metal detectors. Because of its size, this six inch loop works great in high trash areas and easily matches the depth of 8 inch plus loops. In fact, in harsh environments it gets much greater depth than your standard loop because it has the ability to operate at a higher sensitivity level with less interference. It doesn't lose coins on edge and pin-pointing is a breeze. It's very sensitive to tiny targets and its ability to handle bad ground mineralization makes it a good prospecting loop. When used in the "all metal mode" this loop does not detect from the top of the coil, thus it can be used under metal fences and playground equipment. When you see it, don't be alarmed by the thickness. That's what makes it work! It is designed for use on White's Pro's, Eagles, Quantums & Spectrums.

Eliminator Loop Item # JS-E6 $159.95


Dear Jimmy,
I'm having great success with your Eliminator loop. I'm finally able to hunt in some areas that were previously difficult to hunt because of power lines. Prior to using this coil the interference made it either unhuntable or made me reduce the sensitivity so much there was no chance of finding the deeper coins.

Also there's no more interference from the other guys in our club that have other White's detectors. Finally I can hunt and pinpoint in peace. The Eliminator makes my time more productive in the field.

I found a 1908-S Indian Cent. It was 6 inches deep and tilted. My partner's high-end detector couldn't pick it up. I had the smuggest look on my face.

Sincerely,
Richard F. Horne, Utah





TOO MUCH DIRT, NOT ENUFF TIME!

nwdetectorist
:whites::tesoro::minelab:



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/26/2010 07:02PM by nwdetectorist.

Re: Does Anyone Know What This Coil Is Used For.,.
Posted by: jimmyWB
Date: October 30, 2010 10:32AM
This a great coil for a $25.00 price...It originally sold for about $160.00...and in Austrailia it sells for about $400.00..I have used on my Whites XLT for several years, it has remarkable depth for a 6" coil and very accurately pinpoints...you can use it for all your general metal detecting if it fits your metal detector



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/30/2010 10:35AM by jimmyWB.

Re: Does Anyone Know What This Coil Is Used For.,.
Posted by: Rich (Utah)
Date: November 09, 2017 05:04PM
Quote
nwdetectorist
Hello candycane,

Check out the link and the information below.
http://www.jimmysierra.com/loopsZ.htm
Just past halfway down the web page you will find this loop listed.



ELIMINATOR LOOP
(Click thumbnail to view larger photo)
Another special purpose Applied Creativity loop, designed to eliminate signal interference from 60 cycle transformers, high tension wires, radio frequency and other metal detectors. Because of its size, this six inch loop works great in high trash areas and easily matches the depth of 8 inch plus loops. In fact, in harsh environments it gets much greater depth than your standard loop because it has the ability to operate at a higher sensitivity level with less interference. It doesn't lose coins on edge and pin-pointing is a breeze. It's very sensitive to tiny targets and its ability to handle bad ground mineralization makes it a good prospecting loop. When used in the "all metal mode" this loop does not detect from the top of the coil, thus it can be used under metal fences and playground equipment. When you see it, don't be alarmed by the thickness. That's what makes it work! It is designed for use on White's Pro's, Eagles, Quantums & Spectrums.

Eliminator Loop Item # JS-E6 $159.95


Dear Jimmy,
I'm having great success with your Eliminator loop. I'm finally able to hunt in some areas that were previously difficult to hunt because of power lines. Prior to using this coil the interference made it either unhuntable or made me reduce the sensitivity so much there was no chance of finding the deeper coins.

Also there's no more interference from the other guys in our club that have other White's detectors. Finally I can hunt and pinpoint in peace. The Eliminator makes my time more productive in the field.

I found a 1908-S Indian Cent. It was 6 inches deep and tilted. My partner's high-end detector couldn't pick it up. I had the smuggest look on my face.

Sincerely,
Richard F. Horne, Utah





TOO MUCH DIRT, NOT ENUFF TIME!

nwdetectorist
:whites::tesoro::minelab:


The Eliminator combined with my original Eagle metal detector was a fantastic combo. After using the combo for a couple years I 'upgraded' to a newer Eagle model that just wasn't the same. That quote above is me. It been over 30 years since I found that 1908-S Indian Head. Still a prized find.

Rich (Utah)



enjoying the vistas and horizons of the Old West.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/09/2017 05:08PM by Rich (Utah).

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