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It sure is cheap enough, 85.00. I have searched youtube and can't find hardly any videos about it's weight and how it performs in the field. Thanks for your input.if you’re speaking of the teknetics 15” coil It’s pretty heavy. My buddy has one and says after a short time of swinging it it’s like swinging a manhole cover But it’s a deep none the less.
Man that's heavy! I read the weight was 1lb. So tell me, how bad is it swinging the Coiltek coil?According to Walmart, the coil weight is 2.5 lbs.
They must have made a pile of those. They have been on sale for a long time, and now they are all the way down to 85 bucks. Used to be about 250 when they first came out.
I have a 15" Coiltek of similar design to the T2 coil and it weighs 2 1/4 lbs.
I haven't swung the coiltek. It was for my Excal and I never did the coil Mod. 1 pound for that size coil is false information. I think the standard 11 inch coils are probably a pound. I have the Cors Cannon 14.5x10.5 for my T2 and its not too bad to swing. It weighs about 1 1/2 pounds.Man that's heavy! I read the weight was 1lb. So tell me, how bad is it swinging the Coiltek coil?
I'm probably going to buy one, $85.00 is cheap for a coil of this size + another 20.00 for the coil cover. It will be good for relic hunting in the woods and in fields. I probably won't use it much but I'll have it if I need it.Thats about 1 lb 13 oz. Could be the weight without a coil cover. The cover would add another 6 ounces.