Browse Month: August 2016

I certainly can’t see myself putting this machine down anytime soon!

‘’Here are some of my finds from my last two detecting sessions with the NOKTA FORS RELIC. It’s certainly living up to it’s name and has been nothing short of amazing each time I’ve used it.

If you notice the different selection of targets, it certainly seems at home & comfortable winkling non ferrous targets of all shapes and sizes amongst the iron.

Finds range from a 2000 year old Roman brooch right through to medieval with a silver penny of Richard 1st dated 1100’s AD & a cut half Tealby of Henry II dated 1100’s AD. One of my favourite finds has to be the complete & intact medieval beehive thimble dated around 1300’s AD. Other finds include a nice medieval gold angel coin weight & a nice complete medieval casket key.

I certainly can’t see myself putting this machine down anytime soon! ‘’

Iain Crozza

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Had a good hunt Sunday evening at an old park location in Ohio. Was using my Fors Core with the large coil.

‘’Had a good hunt Sunday evening at an old park location in Ohio. Was using my Fors Core with the large coil.

Best finds were 1833 US Large Cent, 1944 Mercury Dime, 1951 Silver Rosie Dime, 5 wheats, Master Lock token, couple of buckles, buttons and an antique Woodburry’s  #8 milk glass jar (1920’s) that still had the lid on it.

Many thanks,’’

Jeff from USA

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My experience with it so far has been nothing but enjoyable and it certainly seems to be producing the goods!

I can honestly say that the NOKTA FORS RELIC is firmly cementing it’s place as my first choice ‘go to’ machine. My experience with it so far has been nothing but enjoyable and it certainly seems to be producing the goods!

Myself and partner Sonya decided to visit a newly acquired arable permission armed with the NOKTA FORS RELIC and the MAKRO RACER 2. We had two stubble fields to try so naturally we thought the best choice of coil would be the 5″. I’m so glad we decided to use the small coil as it enabled us to winkle out the good targets in amongst the stubble.

The field had moderate iron and the RELIC had literally danced from one good target to another making very easy work of the iron contamination.

I was very lucky and made some nice finds including my desired targets which are English Silver Medieval coinage.

An Edward III pre treaty half groat dated 1351-1361

A Tudor Elizabeth 1st two pence dated 1582-1584

A small cut quarter of King John dated 1180.

A couple of 16th/17th Century Nuremberg jettons.

Medieval Buckles and lead boy bishop tokens.

My settings were as follows,

Di2

Sensitivity 60

ID filter 5

Tone Break 20

i mask 3

Iron volume 5.

All targets came through with crisp precise audio. I’m looking forward to my next outing with the FORS RELIC and will look forward to sharing more finds with you all.

Iain Crozza

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