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|Options||Nokta FORS CoRe||Nautilus DMC-IIB|
|Battery Type||4 AA|
|Operating frequency||15 kHz.|
|Tone ID||5 Tones|
|Ability to change coils||Yes|
|Ground balance||Auto, Manual, Tracking|
|Number of Reviews|| 2
|Avg. User Rating||5.00||4.75|
|Avg. Durability Rating||4.50||5.00|
|Avg. Ease of Use Rating||4.50||2.00|
|Avg. Depth Rating|
Most helpful review for Nokta FORS CoReImpressive
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
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Most helpful review for Nautilus DMC-IIBFor Serious Relic or Coin Hunters Nothing is Better
Look how old the Nautilus technology is (About 20 years give or take a little). Boy they were and still are way ahead of their time. They still blow away the competition. There is absolutely no comparison in the depth department and the Nautilus is also more sensitive to smaller targets.
The circuitry of the DMC2's is more adjustable and relays more signal information to the user than any other detector. Also if you know how to use the Nautilus I believe it is just as good in iron as a Tesoro, especially if you use a 6 or 8 inch coil. (They have a great selection of coils - 6",8",10",&15") I own a T2 and several Tesoro's and they will get targets that my Nautilus misses but my Nautilus gets a lot more targets behind the T2 and Tejon. If I had to have one detector it would be a Nautilus DMC 2B hands down. For the price Nautilus sells for they are by far the absolute best bargain in detectors out there (I see used ones often in the 300.00 range). I have dug buttons close to 20" in good sandy soil with the 2B using a 10" coil -- none of my other detectors have ever come close to that!! In my book NAUTILUS RULES!!
RV from GA
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