Nitro - NOX

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Price

BTC 0.00000055
USD

0.00

Market Cap

USD

33,795

Change % (1H)

%

-0.82

Change % (24H)

%

6.32

Nitro (NOX) Historical Price & Volume Charts

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Nitro Key Financial Information

Mkt. CapUSD 33,795Volume 24HUSD 262
Mkt. Share0.00 %Available Supply16,145,734
Change % (1H)-0.82 %Max Supply0
Change % (24H)6.32 %Total Supply120,000,000
Change % (7D)-16.84 %Proof
AlgorithmUpated: 8 months ago

Nitro Historical Data

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Nitro Videos

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Nox hitting coins

Nitro (NOX) Reviews & Critics

Took the Nox 600 back out and got a few more coin signals on camera this time. Rusty bottle cap hitting at nickel and other trash ID's to ponder. Mineralized ....

  • I agree with Orlando, it would seem the Nox is pretty much just another high dollar metal detector for the most part. Granted the Multi Frequency is a big plus but half the finds will be in the scrap metal bucket. I've never been a big fan of the low number ID scale either. With that said, I will probably get me a nox at some point.
  • I find many dimes; obviously other people with other detectors didn't detect them. I find very few nickels. I've got about 15-20 hours on my new Nox-600. My biggest complaint is that it gets so much interference from electrical lines. I just switch to single frequency, 15 MHz, and drive on.
  • 10 -11 always seems to be lead for me
  • "not good at id'ing coins" ???? We talking modern or pre 1800?Seriously, is your hearing bad? Do you not tune your machine to your local conditions? So yesterday I set up the nox 800 for nickels and dimes only to test it out. The local hobo park is being targeted by the city to get rid of the bums and the city removed 3 picnic "bar" tables they used.Less than an hour and was tired of digging nickels and dimes out of the ground. It's like 95% accurate if you know how to read it. This is an area the size of a handball court and literally from surface to 6" is a CARPET of bottle caps, wino caps and can slaw. Only negative thing I noticed is the usual-pinpointing down into a carpet of crap 50% of the time it will put you off 1-1.5 inches usually to my right, but I'm deaf in the left ear and right handed so the ear/hand/ eye thingy might be the reason . Same area I reset to my gold jewelry settings and 2 gold rings both vdi 6. Another thing about this 800, I'm averaging a gold ring every 3 hrs of operation. I've only got 21 hours on it. You can name a decent detector and likely I've used it or owned it, everything from the little blue and green box machines from the early 70's up to the latest. For the $ this 800 cannot be beat in my opinion for coins, especially in the urban environment. Relic hunting 600/800? Don't know , don't ever do "relic" hunting any more. Not into old rusty cruded stuff. Once I got to where I was reburying balls, guns and knives or hanging them in trees for kicks because it was too boring finding them I stopped "relic" hunting.
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