Pulse Star 1m (40") Coil with 4 Tubes (With Carry Bag)


Only: $499.00

Pulse Star 1m (40") Coil with 4 Tubes (With Carry Bag)

Item:781-021

Product Description

This search coil is standard for the Pulse Star II Pro. The search coil is not part of a resonant circuit as it is the case with VLF detectors and can, therefore, be of almost any size and shape. In this case, the standard size is 40", this size allows the user to cover more ground in a faster amount of time. Comes with carrying bag.

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