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New multi frequency machine


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I don’t know, but I’m sure those folks are keeping up with what’s going on in the detecting world, quite likely they will have their new one waterproof. Probably with an easy to read screen, shaft may be similar to the anfibio. (That’s just my guess, I don’t really know)


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It will be a brand new circuit design that will be fitted into the control housing and shaft system used for the Simplex.
So it will be waterproof.


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Due to some health factors, I have been, 'out of the loop' on everything metal detecting. Started looking at the Anfibo Multi a couple of days ago and now I find this post on a new machine. Big detecting trip being planned for the 1st week of September. I hope the new machine will be out by then


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Thanks to 757Relics for posting the video link. Very good to know that they will get it out this year. Personally it's all I wanted to know. I might and probably will postpone the purchase of a Nox now that I know this. I'm looking forward to having one in my hands by next fall and I sincerely hope it trounces the Nox in more ways than one.