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Nice find. That gets the blood pumping I’m sure.I was out with the xp deus 1 today HF 9x5 coil. Got a 27 reading and found a 10kt thin gold chain. After I got it home I ran it over my other metal detectors and they did not even see it !
Thats a really small amount, sliver, I guess goes to show you how well the Deus picks up small valuable targets in comparison especially with a bigger coil.If you drew a line on a paper with a fine tipped pen, that is about the size of the chain. It gave me a reading like foil of 27 on the meter. My other machine I tried to find it with was the Minelab Nox 800 in multi freq.
All the detectors ive seen that use single frequency around 14khz,15khz were hot on small gold jewelry. Two that come to mind were the latest Tesoro models. They ran in the 14khz range.HF 9x5 @ 14.686 khz
That is a strong point with that coil on D1. Small and thin gold. I had one of those coils on my D1 but i found it useless on coins , no depth and no luck really so it was sold along with the D1.I was out with the xp deus 1 today HF 9x5 coil. Got a 27 reading and found a 10kt thin gold chain. After I got it home I ran it over my other metal detectors and they did not even see it !