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GazinUK

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May have to bite the bullet and give the Nox another chance. I bought one when they first came out (pre fe2) and as with all machines duly went out too what at the time was a 15 year old test bed. All I will say is it failed miserably and a day later was returned. For those of you who are going to say I didn't give it a chance, a hammered penny at 5" face up giving barely a signal no matter what I did, was at the time enough for me.
Unfortunately a house move means I no longer have an established test bed, and I very rarely watch Nox user videos.
However, an old motorcycle injury has come back to haunt me and swinging the etrac is starting to play havoc with it, I do have lighter machines but just love the minelab tones.
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
May have to bite the bullet and give the Nox another chance. I bought one when they first came out (pre fe2) and as with all machines duly went out too what at the time was a 15 year old test bed. All I will say is it failed miserably and a day later was returned. For those of you who are going to say I didn't give it a chance, a hammered penny at 5" face up giving barely a signal no matter what I did, was at the time enough for me.
Unfortunately a house move means I no longer have an established test bed, and I very rarely watch Nox user videos.
However, an old motorcycle injury has come back to haunt me and swinging the etrac is starting to play havoc with it, I do have lighter machines but just love the minelab tones.
It’s a great machine I’ve used one since 2018 and a Deus also and the nox is my first go to machine I just had some very nice finds I posted some of the coins were very deep.
Mark
 

BigTony

Well-known member
May have to bite the bullet and give the Nox another chance. I bought one when they first came out (pre fe2) and as with all machines duly went out too what at the time was a 15 year old test bed. All I will say is it failed miserably and a day later was returned. For those of you who are going to say I didn't give it a chance, a hammered penny at 5" face up giving barely a signal no matter what I did, was at the time enough for me.
Unfortunately a house move means I no longer have an established test bed, and I very rarely watch Nox user videos.
However, an old motorcycle injury has come back to haunt me and swinging the etrac is starting to play havoc with it, I do have lighter machines but just love the minelab tones.
That is strange. After all that coin is old copper, right? It should give a good number, high 20’s to 30, and a clear coin sound.
 
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