If a much better performing detector comes out then I will buy one, but still keep my Nox as a back up. I just knew that someone would pick up on the word 'Never'! But if you are limited to just one detector then yes.Bors wrote: ↑Tue Dec 15, 2020 8:00 pmQuote ........."My Nox 800 is the perfect detector for me and like you with the V3 I would never part with it. "
Well, "never " really is a long time
& there almost certainly in the future be a detector that comes along that will out gun, out shine ,and out perform the Equinox , So before you consider using the word " never ", it might be better to not say never, but leave a few spaces in your mind for "Not part with it till something better comes along" maybe.
I havn`t ,to my knowledge ever said I would never part with any particular detector because although I`ve thought a few different detectors down the line have been exceptional, such as far back at the early 80`s the CScope Promet and Metadec 2 were outstanding machines I always knew that as time passed others would come along and outshine them , so I didn`t ever say I`d never get rid of either of them because of that.
VLF technology is at it's limit so not expecting any major breakthroughs, simultaneous multi-frequency is the way forward.