Minelab X-Terra now with Multi-IQ technology.

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bob79
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Minelab have fired the latest salvo in the tit for tat battle with Nokta by releasing a version of the the X-Terra with it's simultaneous multi frequency technology muti-IQ, which is used in the Nox range.
Looks like they are aiming at the Score/Double Score range, it runs Multi-IQ or a single 15khz frequency.
Mean while Nokta have announced today that they are working on a fully waterproof pulse induction gold and relic machine at a cheaper price than their overpriced competitors, whoever they are🤔
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Is it still the same price if £329?
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ladge1 wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 6:30 pm Is it still the same price if £329?
Unfortunately no, it's not a replacement it's an upgrade and starts from £459, called the X-Terra Elite.
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I wonder if it is compatible with the coils designed for the Nox 6/7/8/900 and XTerraPro - or perhaps the coils for the Vanquish instead?
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bob79 wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 6:40 pm Unfortunately no, it's not a replacement it's an upgrade and starts from £459, called the X-Terra Elite.
A.great way to squeeze more money out of the pockets of detectorists. 👎🏽
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bob79 wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 6:40 pm Unfortunately no, it's not a replacement it's an upgrade and starts from £459, called the X-Terra Elite.
I wonder how it compares with the Vanquish machines?
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HammeredDeus wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 7:12 pm I wonder if it is compatible with the coils designed for the Nox 6/7/8/900 and XTerraPro - or perhaps the coils for the Vanquish instead?
and another £125 if you want wireless :D
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