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Value of used 705 & 5 coils

Hello. I have a 3 year old 705 with 5 Coils, 15" DD Minelab 18.75khz, minelab Elliptical 18.75khz, Minelab DD 6" 18.75khz, ML. 9" Concentric coil in 7.5khz & 18.75 khz.
All Coils are Like new except the Elliptical which the skid plate shows use as was used the most. The rest have about 8hrs on them if that. Just wondering what all this may be worth in the real world and is it better to sell all together or split it up? Reason for selling is going to a Equinox and/or a Deuce. Thank you for the input.
 

7centsworth

Well-known member
They are going pretty cheap. I follow them on a auction sight. I would personally either keep it or split it up. That would make a great loner or backup.
 

coinspader

Member
Splitting everything up will net you more money, 705 is still pretty popular although the new multi's are making it harder to sell the single frequency detectors, at least you can still change the frequency on an X Terra by changing coils, that helps. I am a big fan of the X Terra's so I would probably hang onto it if it were me.
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
I would keep it for a backup too.
They are still capable detectors.
Heck, I still have my XTerra 50 even though I have moved on to the Equinox.
 
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