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NOKTA MAKRO SMF LIVE LAUNCH

MattBullSummerville

Active member
Wife and I bought a house in South Carolina just far enough away from the ocean to be on ground high enough to avoid the historically highest storm surge. We are between ten and fifteen minutes away from access to miles and miles of beach and have parking arranged too. I'm pretty well outfitted detector wise for beach and wading in the ocean detecting and have cut down on dirt detecting. That is why I'll wait for reports rather than get one as soon as available. I will be looking forward to your observations as well as any and all reports on wet salt sand detecting with it.
I lived in SC for over 30 years. The best beach finds we’re recent drops and few and far between. Many of the parks are off limits. some of the best hunting is private permission hunts. Check out Lowcountry Metal Detecting Club. Nice bunch of members.
I hope it has some high frequencIes so I can try it out on small gold. Already have the Gold Kruzer and really enjoy using it.
 
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tvr

Well-known member
I lived in SC for over 30 years. The best beach finds we’re recent drops and few and far between. Many of the parks are off limits. some of the best hunting is private permission hunts. Check out Lowcountry Metal Detecting Club. Nice bunch of members.
I hope it has some high frequencIes so I can try it out on small gold. Already have the Gold Kruzer and really enjoy using it.
Thank you for the thoughts. Lowcountry Metal Detecting Club meeting place is a 3 hour one way drive.
 

MattBullSummerville

Active member
Thank you for the thoughts. Lowcountry Metal Detecting Club meeting place is a 3 hour one way drive.
That’s a bit to far for you. You must be up north near Myrtle Beach area. Should start getting some good cuts at the beach now that the weather is changing.
 

tvr

Well-known member
That’s a bit to far for you. You must be up north near Myrtle Beach area. Should start getting some good cuts at the beach now that the weather is changing.
2.5 miles south of the border with North Carolina; Not here permanently yet. Here this week for a few days. Have things to do with the house today and plan to see the beach tomorrow.
Looking forward to reports on the SMF when it hits the streets.
 

relicmeister

Well-known member
Hoping to watch but not in position to order one and definitely not in position to order the new Deus. If user reports put it above equinox but at somewhat lower price I’d be interested. I’m afraid the timing of the Deus II will dampen early ordering of the new N/M
 

sasquache

Well-known member
Hoping to watch but not in position to order one and definitely not in position to order the new Deus. If user reports put it above equinox but at somewhat lower price I’d be interested. I’m afraid the timing of the Deus II will dampen early ordering of the new N/M
The Dues 2 may hurt the sales but I gotta check it out and I'm not in the position to buy one eather but curious on the name they give it and its workings!!
 

JCR TX

Well-known member
Given NM detectors past performance levels, it would be hard to go wrong with this new SMF Legend at those price points.
 

Just coils

Active member
Delik was a little fuzzy on the wired headphones. I believe she said you would need an adapter to use them but didn't say you could use waterproof headphones and would the adapter still make the whole unit then waterproof. Looks like this was an after thought.
 

KindManTall

Active member
I think what she was saying you can get the waterproof connector and put regular plug in water .. BUT you would need waterproof headphones to go under water
 

Just coils

Active member
I hope you're right. Wonder if the Simplex wired waterproof headphones will work or maybe they'll have new ones for the Legend. Guess we will see, shortly.
 
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