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Which coil is deeper on a dime, 11x13 x35 or 11x11 x35

kaolinwasher

Well-known member
cant decide wich one to get
 

CT Todd

Well-known member
The larger coil is technically deeper overall But the larger coil has less separation of targets. You use a larger coil for the ground coverage mostly. The depth is barely noticeable but the ground coverage adds up all day long. I own both of the mentioned coils and hunt with the stock 11” 99% of the time. I dig very deep Get out there
 

relicmeister

Well-known member
Isn’t depth the purpose of the boost feature?
How and when would it be used? It does drain the coil battery down. I had the 11”x13” on order then switched the order to the 11”. I use the 9” mostly unless I’m on a large field or large open space - neither of which is typical for me
 

kaolinwasher

Well-known member
I hunt woods & field. and trash sites
 

Fredneck

Member
I hunt woods & field. and trash sites
With that said, I'd recommend the 13". Great depth, and even works well in trash. Kinda got caught with my pants down couple weeks back having the 13 on the ORX field hunting relics when I stumbled into a colonial site in the tree line and into the woods. Stayed in Coin Deep and listened to all the iron rubbish and plucked out some great finds at impressive depths, including a very thin ornate colonial sash buckle. Property has been hit hard for CW relics over many years by others, so I feel the using the larger DD x 35 gets the credit. I tried the scenario again on a similar site littered with camp iron rubbish and had the same result ... success !
 

Waterdog

Well-known member
On the fence, I have the 9 inch x35 and the HF 9.5 coil ( my favorite ). I hunt mostly parks and recreation areas around here. Some of my friends tells me I can not compete with them finding the deep stuff.
 
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