BernteOne: Hello Josue, for Baracuda i had best result with coils from 300µH for coins and smaller stuff and with 400-450µH for bigger objects.Best use insulated wire instaed of magnet wire.
Josue Ladera: hi bernteOne! would you share your coil specs to us?
Vagelis Vog: nice coil can you tell me what cable you use from the coil to machine??
John Ross: Barracuda was made by anchor electronics. The Cuda bites real deep. I have pulled gold and copper from as deep as 28 inches of hard packed sand underwater. Regrettably Anchor electronics is no longer in business. When mine was being built (they were custom machine) I had it tuned towards gold. The only thing i can see now that comes close to teh Barracuda in terms of quality and effectiveness is the Minelab Excalibur 2.
DetectorOCD: Will it work better in the sand? How do you waterproof the coil? THX!
reily walker: guys that detector sucks we can get u detector for cheaper that does way better depth 40cm on a coin
Le Gemelle Turbo: ciao ! cos'è l'apparecchio nero che accendi bottoni ? e che marchio ? mia mail firstname.lastname@example.org grazie un abbraccio :)
92stuntrider: @BernteOne Thanks berneteone i made barracuda by schematic on geotech(i see you active back there) and i want to ask you what's the wire that you using?
BernteOne: hello you can find it here
92stuntrider: do you have a schematic?
you can get it from silverdog.co.uk
BernteOne: i think it was made by anchor electronics
thx, it can detect to 2 euro coin at 30cm air depth a 1kg copper wire spool light over 1meter
Elixir: Nice! wouldnt be nice where i detect in the water, that thing looks like it would pick up a beer can 3 ft down LOL
Shrimps: Thanks man, I appreciate the feedback. The reason I was able to get sales is because I offer rare shrimps for sale. Not many other online place is willing to take the risk at shipping high priced shrimps. That is my way of earning online.