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Test Results New 14" EXcelerator Search coil
14" for White's DFX & MXT
plus Minelab Explorer II - XS - S Metal Detectors
Coin Depth More than
Doubled to 15" to 20"!
Seated Liberty Dime - 14" Deep!
Tiny Ear-ring at approx. 10" Deep!
thin 1/16th" gold chain - 7" Deep!
search coil pinpointed every target "right-on-the-money" &
found numerous old coins that the other
detectors could not locate.
Test Team Field Tests EXcelerator
Coils on White's DFX & MXT
All the EXcelerator search coils for White's DFX & MXT
were tested by volunteers (Non-Kellyco employees
or their families) in different areas of the
United States, some of our Test Team members were very
anxious to try these new coils, especially after reading
all the reports we have been recieving. Had we allowed
all of the Test Team to go into the field at one time
we would have had nobody to answer the telephones.
Everyone was anxious to be first to use these new search coils.
Only two teams of two-people each were selected for the "First" test-run. We
selected two parks that are 5 minutes away from the Kellyco Building. Each
park has been absolutely positively detected "to death" by our Test
Team and customers living in this area. We decided as tough as these parks were
it would be a true test of these new search coils. Within minutes both
Wanda with a 14" Coil and Ben with the 5" coil, each dug up a thin
ring, one almost 10 inches deep the other nearly 7 inches deep. Handfuls
of coins were also discovered throughout both park areas. A very thin
10k gold chain ONLY 1/16th of an inch thin (see photo) was found by Wanda with
the 14" DD EXcelerator coil. We later laid the chain on the ground
and tested other detectors to see if other coils would pick up a chain this thin, none
did. True to form, every single coin recovered was discolored from the
years in the ground. No modern coins were found. This is typical of what happens
in a "worked-out" location when the EXcelerator search coils are used. The "Older" worked-out
sites become productive and produce targets that previous detectors could not
14" EXcelerator coil is a proven winner to
think I finally located a Virgin Park!
This park is about 50 miles south of my house and
I have just overlooked it till Saturday. A friend
who lives down that way told me about it and I was
glad he did! I spent almost 8 hours swinging
that 14" EXcelerator and my arm feels
like it too! I can't say I found any coins that
were deeper then 8 inches but they sure rang in
sweet. I didn't really have any super program that
I used. I ran a AC sens of 78, DC at 40, ratchet
pin off, sat speed 6, tone id on, vco off, modulation
off, ground filter 3, 1 Freq----3kHz. every other
adjustment was the basic DP-silver program. This
program seemed to work well at this particular park.
The first coin I found was the barber dime
(which has been my second using the 14" Excelerator
coil) and I knew right then I was going
to have a decent day! I found a AA 6 month
medallion for my second find which was 8 inches
deep, this was my deepest find. Found
two buffalos which were close at 7 to 8 inches.
All the silver finds were between 4 and
6 inches. I got excited when I
got the Dairy Queen token, I thought I had a silver
dollar even though the meter didn't say so! It was
still a cool find at only a couple inches deep.
I won't go into a story about every coin but
I ended up finding 3 mercs, 1 barber dime, 1 rosie,
3 washington's, 6 wheats, 3 buffalos and a bunch
of clad. I only covered about half of this
park which was opened in the 30's. I'm getting anxious
to get back out there which probably won't be for
another week. I will say there was lots
of trash but it didn't seem to bother the big 14
Inch EXcelerator as all hits were pretty solid hits.
The coil is a proven winner to me so far as its
been doing a great job at pinpointing. One
more thing, the DFX ROCKS!! - Larry
Depth More than Doubled!
search coil was outstanding in many ways.
They are extremely well built and very streamlined
in appearance. the shoulders, where the shaft joins
to the coil are heavy duty and offer a comfortable
fit. The weight of the larger coil did not feel
any different than my standard 10" coil.
It was easy to handle. I spent over 4 hours in the
field without any strain or discomfort."
The depth was more
than impressive, it was at least 50% deeper than
my standard 10" coil. Coin depth
more than doubled to 15" to 20". Surprising
find of a small gold ear-ring. Not a ring but a tiny
ear-ring at approx. 10" deep.
Pinpointing was accurate
and all targets that I.Dd were "right on".
I would recommend these coils to anybody owning
a Minelab Explorer or Sovereign.
coil cleans up Illinois Park - Liberty Dime
B. of Rockford, Illinois, a Kellyco customer since
1982 recently called Tony (his Kellyco Certified
Detectorists) to report his experience using a new
EXcelerator search coil on his Explorer.
In a local park, considered "Totally" hunted
out, but still hunted frequently by two
treasure hunters also using Minelab Explorers with
a 15" search coil (NOT an EXcelerator!)
. . . James in the same area using his 14" EXcelerator
coil found numerous old coins that the other detectors
could not locate. His finds included seated
Liberty Dimes, large U.S. Cents,
and V Nickels. One seated Liberty
dime was located and recovered at an amazing 14 inches!!!
Results in Testing the 14" EXcelerator coil
have been testing the 14 inch EXcelerator coil
and have some impressive results. Its a very sensitive
coil and pinpoints well. I have found some clad
but I really haven't had a chance to hit any old
sites yet. My latest find was a Tiger Eye
10k mans rings which was 5 inches deep at a local
school. I dug a chunk of brass which was
almost 12 inches deep and it measured about 3/4
x 3/4 of an inch. I plan on doing an air test with
it this week and report the results. I can also
say I have already tested the 5 inch EXcelerator
and it was one impressive coil which found
me a belt buckle at 8+ inches deep! This little
coil has been the most impressive coil I have ever
used on the DFX -
Field Test with Larry
managed to get out again with the DFX and the 14" Excelerator
Coil and found a few more goodies. The first picture
is of a 10k mans tiger eye ring which I
found about 4 to 5 inches deep in a ball
field at a college and in an area close to the
field I found the worn 25 merc that was
8 inches deep. This was my first hunt
with the 14 and I was very limited for time. In
the area I found the merc I also dug 2
clad dimes which were 4 inches deep. I
also dug some trash hoping for a ring which I did
get! The coil pinpointed well and I was using the
coin and jewelry program with no changes except
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second time out with the 14 produced a little more
from an old school near my house which was built
in 1920. I have pounded this school many times
over the years with everything I have in detectors
from Fishers, Minelab's and other Whites machines.
This area still continues to produce! I dug the
brass pieces (drawer decor?) at 10 inches for
the handle and 9 inches for the other. The
50 Washington was next at 7 inches and then came
a 13 Barber dime at 7 inches. I was running
in the coin and jewelry program with tone id on
and was hoping to dig another gold ring but just
dug the trash I included in the photo, digging
through sod and hard dirt is a nasty chore! I managed
to find some clad at the usual shallow depths for
the next 1/2 hour and then I got a sweet silver
tone, which turned up the silver ring which was
6 inches deep on the meter and had a chunk of aluminum
right above it! The next 3 coins were wheaties
which showed up at 4 inches on one and 6 inches
on the next two. I need to mention that this school
has it's share of trash and the coil did great
next site I headed to was a local park which has
been around since the 40's. I dug the
money clip there at 5 inches deep, 2 buttons
and an old key
which were 6 inches deep and a 40 merc at 7 inches. I will say this
coil has been just as impressive as the 5 inch Excelerator coil and maybe even
more so. Its very stable and fairly easy to swing for
being a DD 14 inch coil. All signals banged in with a loud report and I'm
still hoping to dig a keeper deeper then 10 inches. I am very sure this coil
find it but I gotta go over it first! I'm going to head to a few other old
places I know of to give this coil another work out and see what I can dig
up. The humidity with the heat has been rough on this body and cool air will
be a welcome.
gave me Exceptional Separation & Increased
recently had the opportunity to test the new
14" EXcelerator coil for the DFX.
Although the large size promised better depth,
I was concerned about what kind of target separation
I could achieve as well as how sensitive it would
be on smaller targets. I must say that both of
those concerns disappeared when I got the coil
into the field. The DD pattern allows
for exceptional target separation, and
while I got the increased depth I was hoping
for, I did not miss the small targets. In
my hand in this photo is a 1954 2 "Groschen" coin
from Austria. The size of a dime, it is made
of aluminum alloy and rang loud and clear with
the 14" EXcelerator. I
highly recommend this coil to DFX owners looking
for that extra edge in depth and target separation!
- Steve L.
14" EXcelerator Search coil Field Test
I want to give a round of thanks to JW, Stuart and
Sky at Kellyco Metal Detectors. I got my new 14"
Excelarator search coil just before Thanksgiving
for a trip I had planned, only to find my new coil
was defective! I made a call and said help!!!!!
My new coil arrived on Thanksgiving Eve. I took
my new coil and my trusted White's DFX on my trip
and thought I had died and gone to heaven!
found over two hundred and fifty clad coins, three
watches, boy scout clips, a match box car, a Kennedy
and Susan B, keys, tokens, silver chains, two foreign
coins and six silver rings. I was so tired that
Thanksgiving night I couldn't cut my turkey so
I just ate pie! This
coil penetrated the minerals in the ground and
obliterated them. I found my first ring
at a depth of nine inches and my DFX sang like
beep, beep, beep! The coil could be run hot, it had
no problem with the gain on 4 and the AC turned up
to 75. That is really hard to do in California. It
separates targets and sees through trash. It finds
targets on the service and at depth and everything
in between. What a dream! It is so
nice to find that a big company can treat their customers
just like family. Happy Holidays!
Found by: Lawrenzo M. from Marin County, CA
All EXcelerator search coils come with a 1 year limited warranty.