In comparison to the Minelab 11-inch Double-D metal detector coil, the Minelab 15″ x 12″ Double-D metal detector coil reaches more depth and ground coverage but is not quite as sensitive to very tiny gold. Due to its Double-D design, which enables usage with the Iron Reject and RX cancel features, this coil is perfect for deep hunting relics. In comparison to the Minelab 11″ Double-D Coil, the Minelab 15″ X 12″ Semi-Elliptical Commander Double-D Coil covers more ground and has higher depth.
The 15 x 12′ Double-D Coil achieves amazing depth and ground coverage, but it is not just as sensitive to very tiny gold compared to the 11-inch Double-D. It can be used with the Iron Reject and RX cancel features as a Double-D coil, making it an excellent deep scan relic coil.
It is a great coil for all-purpose use and in highly varied soils because it is exceptionally stable in all soil types. For its size, its semi-elliptical shape offers excellent sensitivity. Although the 15″ X 12″ Semi-Elliptical Commander Double-D Coil is water-resistant, it cannot be submerged in water and can be splashed, washed, used in light drizzle, or carried through damp grass.
The semi-elliptical commander double-D coil, 15″ x 12″, is 1120 grams heavy.
The GPX 5000, GPX 4800, GPX-4500, SD2200v2, SD2100v2, GPX-4000, GP 3500, GP 3000, GP Extreme, SD 2100e, SD 2200d, SD2100, and SD2000 Metal Detectors are all compatible with the 15″ X 12″ Semi-Elliptical Commander Double-D Coil.
Accessories of GPX Series
A wide range of accessories is out there to further boost the efficiency of your Minelab detector. If you have acquired these accessories, they are designed to feature the versatility of your detector to adjust to various detecting conditions. Genuine accessories for Minelab metal detectors, ranging from coils to cables, are designed to provide optimal efficiency and are thus equipped with a global Minelab warranty. A number of accessory coils from Minelab have also been developed to help you discover more gold in a range of environments and conditions on the ground. If you are looking for deep gold in a flat open field or searching for fine gold in constricted spaces, there is an accessory coil that will maximize the output of your detector.