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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggin' History View Post
    I have figured out why the Simplex+ was developed and manufactured.

    It's so......you will have to take two machines with you when you are out detecting,....

    The Simplex+ for finding EVERY SINGLE PIECE OF TRASH at your permission and any other machine of your choosing to dig up the leftover coinage. [smirk]
    DH-
    I bought one of those machines to see what it was all about,.........

    In just a few hours I had it pretty well sorted out,.... next time out, got it down pat.

    It's a hot 12KHz machine with an 11" coil,......"it's not an MRI machine"

    And it's not from Mars,..... it's just a metal detector,.....really straight forward.


    A trashy spot,..... what did you expect?

    The machine has good vision and an 11" coil, of course it's going to see all that stuff.

    I judged the machine to be a good one, a top expert, a gifted expert, in Georgia agrees,.....



    No doubt trashy locations,....... smaller coil, slower sweep speed, and patience,.....

    "Same As Always"

    No doubt a CZ with a 5" coil would do a much better job in that location,........


    "Right tool for the job is the message here"


    When the smaller coils for this Simplex machine become available,.. good reports will follow.


    Simplex ~ In The Field Testing and Results

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  2. #17
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    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SanMan View Post
    I bought one of those machines to see what it was all about,.........

    In just a few hours I had it pretty well sorted out,.... next time out, got it down pat.

    It's a hot 12KHz machine with an 11" coil,......"it's not an MRI machine"

    And it's not from Mars,..... it's just a metal detector,.....really straight forward.


    A trashy spot,..... what did you expect?

    The machine has good vision and an 11" coil, of course it's going to see all that stuff.

    I judged the machine to be a good one, a top expert, a gifted expert, in Georgia agrees,.....



    No doubt trashy locations,....... smaller coil, slower sweep speed, and patience,.....

    "Same As Always"

    No doubt a CZ with a 5" coil would do a much better job in that location,........


    "Right tool for the job is the message here"


    When the smaller coils for this Simplex machine become available,.. good reports will follow.


    Simplex ~ In The Field Testing and Results

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    Did you read Post #4?
    -DH-
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    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggin' History View Post
    Did you read Post #4?
    -DH-
    Yes, that's a good post,.... plenty of good posting in this thread,.....


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  4. #19
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    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SanMan View Post
    Yes, that's a good post,.... plenty of good posting in this thread,.....


    I was pointing it out in hopes you would catch that I was just "venting" a bit in my #1 post and I was being a bit facetious as well.

    I am enjoying my Simplex+ and when I go out I always put it in the truck because, you never know when it will come in handy.

    Have you heard anything on when/if they are going to release a small coil for it. I thought I read in a post somewhere that it was in the works.

    Cheers.
    -DH-
    SanMan and RustyGold like this.
    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  5. #20
    us
    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldor View Post
    Thanks for the test, that will help out a lot.
    Glad it helps!
    -DH-
    SanMan likes this.
    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  6. #21
    us
    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NWMP View Post
    Thanks DH. I found your work to be interesting and helpful. I barely have a base of understanding for the machine yet, as it has sat in a closet since November ?
    You are welcome NWMP. Happy to help. It does take a bit of patience with this machine but, it's well worth it.
    -DH-
    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  7. #22
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    Jan 2020
    Ohio
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    Glad you're getting some alone time with that Simplex DH! Also I appreciate you posting your experiences on the forum. Hope you continue to do so, I for one find it quite helpful and I try to post my experiences also when I can. I have also noticed that the Simplex has an affinity for those dumb bottlecaps, but after listening closely to the signal and watching the numbers you can usually tell. Often I'll still dig them just to make sure I'm not missing anything good, but if the signal is a little scratchy with jumpy numbers, even if it's a 90 I can usually tell it's a bottlecap. I have no doubt you'll soon be able to tell the difference also, sounds like you're on your way already.

    Thanks especially for posting the ID's, I have been trying to accumulate some of that information myself and have not seen a whole lot of it online. Looking forward to seeing what else you find with your machine!
    In central Ohio and want to meet up? Send me a message!

    Rust Interpreter and Bottle Cap Recovery Specialist since 2019

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggin' History View Post
    Have you heard anything on when/if they are going to release a small coil for it. I thought I read in a post somewhere that it was in the works.

    Cheers.
    -DH-
    DH,......

    I am doing my best,....

    I am working with a coil making company that turn out a "Very Good" product,......

    They have looked at the Simplex,........... I'll keep you guys informed.


    Currently I'm doing product testing and evaluation for them, love the units they produce,.....


    All I can say at this point,...... that Simplex coil,...... tough nut to crack.



    Hang in there, doing all I can on my end.
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  9. #24
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    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Today was a bit odd hunting with the Simplex+. Bottle Caps were showing in the Nickel range of my Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300 (32 to 36) and, for the life of me, I couldn't figure out why... until I got home and pondered it a bit. DOH... I forgot to Ground Balance when I got to my favorite park!

    Silly Man, Ground Balancing is for SMART Detectorists!

    Posting in Today's Finds shortly.
    -DH-
    Last edited by Diggin' History; Feb 27, 2020 at 04:49 PM.
    SanMan likes this.
    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  10. #25
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    Good run down on the Simplex DH. I ended up selling my Simplex and I’m just concentrating on the Nox and my Deus.
    I would like to try the Vanquish 540 as soon as I can buy it with just the smaller coil. Good luck out there!
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  11. #26
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    Diggin'

    Jan 2020
    Minelab Vanquish 540, Bounty Hunter Tracker IV, DR.OTEK MT-XR, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Bounty Hunter Discovery 3300, a GP Pointer Handheld Pinpointer, and a GUZI Waterproof Handheld Pinpointer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyGold View Post
    Good run down on the Simplex DH. I ended up selling my Simplex and I’m just concentrating on the Nox and my Deus.
    I would like to try the Vanquish 540 as soon as I can buy it with just the smaller coil. Good luck out there!
    I will be doing the same test with the Vanquish 540 sometime in the near future (when things settle down). Then I will take the Simplex and the 540 back out to do an in-ground test on the same targets. I though I was going to be able to knock that out in about 3 weeks but, I decided to wait until I received my 540.

    Cheers.
    -DH-
    RustyGold likes this.
    ALL of my comments are my opinion(s) and, as such, mine - whether deemed factual or false by any third party.

    If I offend anyone, it is NOT intentional and, a PM should be directed to me for discussion.

    Shh, don't tell anyone but, I left the Corona Bottle Cap I found at the bottom of the hole... buried!!!

    Molecular phylogeny of the major arthropod groups indicates polyphyly of crustaceans and a new hypothesis for the origin of hexapods.

    I have a Water Pistol and I know how to use it!

  12. #27
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    Jan 2018
    North Atlanta
    Equinox 800, 6" coil, stock coil, 15" coil, ProFind-35 pinpointer, Simplex, Vanquish 540. sold: AT Pro with stock coil, Nel Thunder, Garrett 5" x 8" coil, Garrett Carrot, Simplex.
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    Hi Diggin,

    Yes you do have a lot of detectors to learn. I went form Garrett AT Pro (easy to learn and a darn good detector) and then bought Equinox 800. Whoa, what a learning curve for the 800. It will force you to learn more or all about metal detecting theory.

    bought a Simplex as backup. Good machine for the price, but radically different from the Equinox 800. Sold the Simplex and am buying a Vanquish 540. Why? Vanquish 540 is not radically different from the 800. It is the 800 with training wheels and that is not a bad thing! Push one button, select your hunting mode and that is it. I have been seeing good finds reports on the forums and youtube from the people using the Vanquish.

    I am a Civil War relic hunter and I am thinking maybe the Vanquish 540 is all I need. Why, many a relic hunters are still using the AT Pro and finding the goodies.
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