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Options Nokta FORS CoRe Nautilus DMC 2BA
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $699 $600
Manufactured in 2014
Battery Type 4 AA
Weight (Lbs.) 3.9
Operating frequency 15 kHz.
Display Yes
Backlight Yes
Target ID Numeric
Tone ID 5 Tones
Search Modes
  • All-Metal (GEN)
  • 2 Tone mode (DI2)
  • 3 Tone mode (DI3)
  • Conductive Ground (COG)
  • Vibration Mode
Ability to change coils Yes
Ground balance Auto, Manual, Tracking
Waterproof Coil only
Warranty 2 Years
Number of Reviews graph 3
graph 9
Avg. User Rating 5.00 5.00
Avg. Durability Rating 4.67 5.00
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.67 4.50
Avg. Depth Rating
Depth value
Depth value

Most helpful review for Nokta FORS CoRe

Impressive
A friend of mine recommended it. I didn't know it was Turkish, but it did the job, was great at the beach, I am now experimenting with it in the Israeli forests near historic sites etc.... Great detector for the money....
Ido from Israel

Thumbs up! 21
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Most helpful review for Nautilus DMC 2BA

Fantastic Brass Machine!
I purchased a DMC IIBa about a month ago, and finally decided to give it a try yesterday. My regular machine is a White's DFX, and I think it's a great detector, but for some reason, I don't find a lot of brass with it. I heard that the Nautilus is great for finding brass objects, and that's what prompted me to buy one. Plus, I got a great deal on it off ebay.

I went digging near my home in Northern Virginia at the site of an early war Federal camp which I have searched dozens of times before. The finds are now few and far between, but it's close and there's always something I missed. Within minutes, I found a near perfect General Staff button, followed quickly by a N.Y. Coat button. I hunted for about an hour and a half, and my finds also included a bayonet scabbard tip, 2 plain eagle buttons, a .32 Smith & Wesson complete cartridge, a knapsack hook, and 7 dropped minies. All of the objects were 5" - 8" deep. There is no way in the world that I should have missed these objects in the past, but it convinced me that the Nautilus is truly a better deep seeking detector than my White's. It was also very stable, and I hunted with the power near maximum without any false signals or chatter. All in all, I may be selling my DFX in the near future! I don't see how anyone could build a better machine than the Nautilus.
Rocky M. from Fairfax, Virginia

Thumbs up! 79
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