Announcing the ORX Metal Detector from XP

Announcing the ORX Metal Detector from XP

Are you ready for some High-performance Gold prospecting and Coin hunting? If so, then you are going to love the new and highly anticipated ORX Metal Detector Coming Soon by XP.

With 21 Frequencies and 4 Programs the ORX offers two Gold Prospecting Programs as well as 2 factory cons and relic programs, the user also has the capability of creating 2 user modes.

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The XP ORX metal Detector offers some very interesting new features such as:

  • HF coil technology (21 Frequencies ranging from 13 kHz to 81 kHz).
  • 4 factory programs : Gold Prospecting (x2) – Coins and Relic (x2) + 2 user modes.
  • Trusted XP fast wireless technology: Coil – Remote – Headphones.
  • The all new “WS Audio®” compact Wireless Headphone Receiver.
  • Re-designed ultra-light and Ergonomic Telescopic “S” shaft.
  • Still the lightest at only 765 grs (with remote hip mounted).
  • Easy to operate with a User-Friendly menu.
  • Wireless Connectivity to the MI-6 pinpointer.
  • Lithium Battery, giving up to 23 Hours of Battery Life.
  • Available with a choice of HF coils 22cm or 24/13cm elliptical.
  • Compatible with the X35 coil range (22, 28, 34/28cm).
  • 5 year warranty.
  • Made in France.

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 Suggested retail price: 700€ (wired headphone) – 800€ (wireless headphone).

The perfect companion for your next metal detecting adventure. Be sure to bookmarks Detecting365 for More information and Availability Coming Soon!




There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Steve C. at 5:15 pm

    From what I have seen in several books many metal derectors only have a handful of frequencies. Does the 21 frequencies of the XP ORX give you any substantial improvement in finds for what I imagine is added cost.

    • Rob Williams at 11:13 am

      The 21 frequencies will give you substantial improvement of the range of targets you’ll be able to find, so in theory the multiple frequencies would give you an improvement in finds due to more targets being detected across a broader target conductive ranges from low to high conductors.

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