Nokta FORS Relic. NEW 2016

Nokta is rolling out its novelty right now – a new Nokta FORS Relic metal detector. Rumour has it that there will be an official announcement in the next few days. So we are waiting for the features and photos.












Nokta FORS Relic depth test (surprised me). The info about this new metal detector will be collected here.

8 Responses to Nokta FORS Relic. NEW 2016


    Operating Principle : VLF
    Operating Frequency: 19 kHz
    Search Modes : 6 (General / Disc. 2 & 3 / Deep / Swift / Conductive Ground)
    Iron Volume : Yes
    Tone Break : Yes
    iMASK : Yes
    Audio Discrimination: 3 tones
    Ground Balance : Auto and Manual
    Ground Tracking : Yes
    Pinpoint : Yes (cm / inch)
    Frequency Shift : Yes
    Sensitivity Range : 1 – 99
    Target ID Range : 0 – 99
    Search Coils : 28.5 cm x 18 cm (11’’ x 7’’) & 13 cm (5”) waterproof DD
    Weight : 1.8 kg (3.9 lbs.) including batteries and search coil
    Length : 125 – 150 cm (4’2” – 5′) extendable
    Battery : 4 AA Alkaline
    Warranty : 2 years


    Easy Use
    Ergonomic Design
    Long Battery Life
    10 Languages
    Pinpoint & Depth Indicator (cm/inch)
    Frequency Shift
    Built-in LED Flashlight
    Waterproof Search Coils
    Adjustable Tone Break
    Adjustable Iron Volume
    Ground Tracking
    Auto & Manual Ground Balance
    All Terrain
    Dual LCD Display
    Digital Target ID & ID Masking
    6 Search Modes

    6 Search Mode

    Conductive Ground (COG) This is the special mode of FORS Relic developed for conductive ground wet beach sand, alkali soils etc.) In this mode, the device will not respond to ferrous targets and it will ground balance easily on all types of ground.

    Swift Mode (SWT) It is the 2-tone discrimination mode designed for trashy areas. It is recommended especially for coin hunting. It o?ers slightly less depth but faster target detection and recovery speed in trashy sites.

    Deep Mode (DEP) Recommended especially for relic hunting, this mode is the deepest among discrimination modes and requires a slower sweep speed.

    Discrimination (DI3) This is the 3-tone discrimination mode designed for coin hunting.

    Discrimination 2 (DI2) It is the 2-tone discrimination mode. It provides good results especially in clean fields without much trash.

    General Search (GEN) Also referred to as the ‘All Metal’ mode, this is the deepest mode of the device. In this mode, the device detects all targets and provides a single target tone with no discrimination.

  • 19kHz is wrong frequency for relic hunting!
    The right frequency for relic hunting is 3-5kHz or turkish “relics”
    are too small to be found!
    (Aquamanile is a relic! Aureus is not a relic it is just a small coin!)

  • it has also the vibration and the flashlight like the Fors Core ?

  • Why should I bother with a machine that’s nearly double the weight of a XP Deus with half of the Deus’ possibilities?

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