MINELAB CTX 06 SMART COIL
Application, The waterproof 6-inch round Double-D coil is very sensitive to small targets, and perfect for finding treasure in high trash areas. It is also ideal for manoeuvring in difficult terrain.
A protective skidplate is included. Compatible Metal Detectors,
CTX 3030 Water Protection, Waterproof: Submersible to 3 meters.
Ideal for wading at the beach, or detecting in streams. Review My detecting has been taken to a whole new level by combining the 6-inch CTX 06 Smart Coil with the Minelab CTX 3030, a very lethal combination that I have aptly nicknamed “The Separator”.
It took some time to get used to swinging a 6-inch coil as you don’t cover much ground, a bit like painting a wall with an artist’s brush while concentrating very intently for the slightest signals.
It is amazingly lethal due to the CTX 06 coil’s capability to move in between targets separating the ferrous from the non-ferrous with surgeon like precision, while the Target Trace feature translates the information on to the Smartfind 2 display, making it easier to identify good targets.
I couldn’t believe it when within minutes of starting to detect I had a target in an area that has been gone over at least 40 or more times by not only myself, but another E-TRAC user.
It was a bit of an iffy signal coming in at an 11:48, but with audio response long it was very noticeable and certainly worth digging. Surprised would be an understatement when the first coin of the day was an 1816 George III shilling that was literally standing upright.
I was impressed with how the CTX 3030 picked it up. Almost right next to it was another target, this one was an 1844 Victoria sixpence, also sitting slightly on its side.
I was blown away, this site had been hunted heavily, but with this lethal combination I had a renewed energy for the site and a growing respect for the CTX 3030 matched with a 6-inch coil.
I was in disbelief when I had another signal only about 12 inches away.
A shallow retrieve and out came a Victoria young head penny from only about 30 mm deep, I was surprised at what I was finding here still. Mark Williams.