Among the Nokta Anfibio devices the Multi model, a triple-frequency machine, is of the greatest interest to hobby enthusiasts. While the single frequency Nokta Anfibio 19 and Nokta Anfibio 14, being cheaper though, are not yet getting the kind of attention they deserve from treasure hunters. Maybe the era of single frequency machines is really coming to an end? This isn’t a rhetorical question, just look at all the latest new products – switching between frequencies as well as an ability to get wet have become the necessary features modern metal detectors should have. So here’s a nail board test performed on the single frequency Nokta Anfibio 19 unit:
The first Nokta Anfibio 19 test is being conducted using a stock Nokta 11 DD (AF28 DD) coil:
The second Nokta Anfibio 19 test is being conducted with a 7 Mono (KR18C Concentric) coil:
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Comparing apples to oranges . Good to highlight how differently DD and Concentric perform in iron .
I place 2ltr ice cream tub over targets to give 4″ space then conentric shines even more like north star .
Anfibio qualsiasi ottimo MD uno dei migliori se nn il migliore su fascia..