Some of the finds made with Nexus Standard SE by Mr. Graeme Smith from Essex, United Kingdom.
Rare bracelet discovered with Nexus Coronado by Mr.Henri Di Hemry from France.
Rare Gold ring discovered with Nexus Standard MP by Mr. Steve Whitehead from Pickering, U.K. Click on the logo to read article published by: "I went out with my metal detecting club (Down to Earth) based around Pickering, North Yorkshire on 10/09/15 using my Nexus MP. This was my third outing with the Nexus and was not very hopeful as still learning the settings. I had chosen the Nexus MP as did not like having to go through numerous menus to get to the setting I wanted to change, and the Nexus MP fits the bill perfectly with me with all t he dials accessible. The field was stubble and ground slightly damp. Started off quite uneventful, finding the usual rubbish of aluminium and foil and a few buttons. I had walked the length of the field diagonally from where we all parked and was walking back, when I noticed I had lost ground balance. So did a GB and carried on. I had walked to a corner of the field when I had a clean non ferrous signal, but the signal was cut off either end so became questionable whether to dig or leave hence all the alloy I had been finding previously. Fortunately dug the hole, roughly 6" deep. Checked the hole with Nexus, realised the find was still in the hole so out came the pin pointer and right in the cut of the spade 4" down was a circle on its edge, so gently prized out and straight away knew I had found a gold ring and placed in my pocked as if I did not have a care in the world. Everything seemed so surreal and fumbled in my pocket to take another look, then noticed the stone inset and text round the circumference. so placed back in my pocket with the expectation of find something similar nearby. Searched around the original hole and got two signals either side of the hole where I had found the ring. But both these signals were ferrous iron, hence the iffy signal from the ring originally. Thank god I dug it.  As it was lunchtime I walked over to the rest of the gang sitting at their cars. One of the gang mentioned 'here's Steve, I bet he's got the usual iron' which is the comment I usually get all the time. I said don't think this is iron and showed them the ring. Well everyone went wild and all wanted to examine it and take photo's. Well I was shaking at this point and had to lay down while watching the ring get passed around. You all detect with the hope of finding the ultimate find in the back of your mind, but don't really think it will happen. Well one day you may find yourself walking over the right spot and dig it, that's one day to look forward to and to savour."      
“I've only managed a couple of times out with the standard Mk II due to bad weather here in the UK but what i have experienced so far i am very happy. First time out was on some pasture fields which were soaking wet due to the very heavy rain we have had lately, after ground balance i found that i was getting quite a bit of response from the ground itself so backing off the sensitivity gradually and turning threshold to just barely audible i got the detector running quite stable picking out signals with ease. I found out later that this field was normally full of cattle and most people were having ground noise problems due to the combination of very wet ground and cattle urine / waste causing mineralisation and some falsing.  good signals from the Mk II were unmissable and after an hour or two of getting used to the detector and playing with discrimination settings i found the Mk II a joy to use. At a discrimination setting of 2.5.... coke (which we have lots of in N.E UK) would give a inconsistent red and blue signal
with a high and low tone. I dug many of these just to prove to myself that the detector was telling the truth and it was every time, Larger bits of iron would give the same inconsistent signal so by now i was beginning to be quite happy to leave these signals.  Half way across a field that a few other detectors had been over i got a cracking signal loud and clear giving good tone and red lights in every direction. This sounded loud so i thought a good target and not at a lot of depth, I dug down about 6" and detector said still in hole. Dug further down to around 10" same again detector saying still in hole so i thought must be big tin can or large target deep. at around 12-13" out popped this beautiful Saxon cruciform brooch!! Fantastic and one of my best finds to date. I was picking up quite a few tiny non ferrous targets and coins at very good depths, my friend with his Deus could not get a signal at all on a lot of them. I am confident that cut hammered coins will be no problems at all for this detector to find so i just need to walk over some. Pinpointing was very easy even with the double 9" coil. All in all a very enjoyable time out with my new machine and i really look forwards to getting out again. The only thing i am going to do is to get some flip open covers made for the control box just to keep any mud and dust off my new detector.”       
Test report for Nexus Standard MKII by Mr. Gavin Bottomley from the United Kingdom.
Gold Stater found with Nexus Standard user from France.
My name is: Dag Solberg 60 years old, and probably one of the founders of Metal Detecting in Norway, started in the early 70`th with this amazing hobby. I saw a Test Report NEXUS in the September issue, of the Treasure Hunting magazine and I ran directly to my telephone and ordered one sample immediately from Nexus. It arrived short time after with a 9" coil and a backup 6" coil. I could hardly wait to start using it, cause this might be the solution of all my dreams regarding this hobby. I have through the years tested the most of the Pro Detectors available on the market, but has never been really satisfied with their maximum depth capacity, so I decided to give NEXUS a try. I have searched the same Parks, Woodland and Stumble Fields in my local area ( Near Oslo) for over 35 years, but there is always new objects popping up each year, specially in the stumble fields, so I tested the Nexus in these fields after 3 days of hard training with the Ground Balance system and the other settings ( Not suited for Amateurs ) I also dug down test samples to secure that maximum sensitivity and dept penetration was available. And it payed off immediately ! Wow...what a powerful machine ! I dug a Iron ring with 10 cm in diameter and 5 cm wide with crystal clear signal at 100 cm !The deepest Coins was down to 35-40 cm without problems, and many of the other items I found was incredible deep. All with a loud and clear signal, and with an excellent Iron Discrimination available for analyzing the objects. This must be the only detector in the Market who does not loose dept when using Discrimination, and specially knocking out Iron was easier than I ever had experienced before. My conclusion is also that the Main characteristic of this Detector has to be that it performs best as a RELIC Machine, but in areas with low to normal trash contamination it behaved also acceptable as a Coin Detector. The capacity of this detector is unbelievable, but it has to be tuned and set up
Test report for Nexus Standard SE from Mr. Dag Solberg from Norway. 
100% correct, and that might be difficult for novices and even for Pro`s. Some of the Silver coins I did find under the tests, recovered from over 30 cm depth, was extremely Rare, and had a total value of more than the price for the Nexus alone, so the Machine is all ready payed fully in. This Detector does cost a lot of money, but gives you probably what you can expect from the Deepest Detector I have ever used ! Give it a try you too !
Photo: Some of the finds uncovered by Mr. Solberg after 2 weeks with Nexus.
Test report by Mr. Donald Bowers from the United States for Nexus Standard MKII.
I have been hunting a Spanish American war camp (1898 – 1899) in the Eastern U.S. for the better part of 20 years now, and I have recovered nearly 500 relics with a variety of U.S. made detectors. Most all relics that I have recovered are of little value other than their historic significance but I have enjoyed the challenge of the recovery when seasons and weather conditions permit. Buttons, bullets, knap sack hooks, coins & tokens, tent grommets, mess items and cartridges as well as personal items are common finds. In January of 2017 I took delivery of the latest version of the Nexus Standard Mkii with the hope of recovering deeper relics in some of my hunted out areas as the Mkii has been advertised as one of the deepest IB detectors available.   In my correspondence with Georgi he assured me that the Mkii could show me a new definition of “deep”. On my second outing I took the Mkii to a known worked out area that was hunted over the years with a Nautilus DMCiib, a Shadow X5, a couple of Tesoros and a Whites XLT.  In my first few hours I recovered 19 more relics from that small area that were previously missed! Needless to say, Georgi was right. Most all relics recovered that day were deeper than 8” and in most cases my holes easily exceeded the length of my spade.  This is an phenomenon that was almost unheard of with my other detectors, unless the object was large. Over next few months, I recovered over 90 more relics  in that area and with the exception of a few relics that I had just “missed” almost all were very deep.  Items included two harmonica reed plates, three uniform buttons, three indian head pennies( all dated 1898 – 1999), an unidentified uniform badge, two musket balls, several unidentified relics, over 70 rifle cartridges and a very interesting ring which some have suggested may be a U.S. army corps ring. In just three months, a full 20 percent of my recoveries from this campsite  have been made with the Mkii.   Now,  I believe some explanation should be made on how to make deep recoveries with the Mkii. I did not mention earlier but I also own a Nexus Credo and use the same basic technique.  First, I hunt open pastures and farm land and almost always hunt in the all metal mode. Then, once a potential target is located, I use small, short sweeps for proper discrimination, by either observing the LED meter or by running multitone. The Mkii will almost always properly ID iron at full depth unless the iron is a nut, washer, ring or otherwise has a hole in the center. Oh, and if you decide that you want a Mkii for yourself, you will definitely want the 9” “OO” coil!
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I"ve been detecting for almost 15yrs. I've tried many machines since taking up this hobby. The detector that l'm currently using & have for over 8 yrs is the Nexus SE. To date l have found 2x hoards both of which                                        were in Glamorgan, Wales. The 1st was the Boverton Collar in 1996. This was an Iron age in-human burial, consisting of 2 Le Tene decorated bronze bracelets & a highly decorative enameled bronze collar. There were also two bits of wrist bone (radius & ulna).This is due to be shown on ITV Britains Secret Treasure's.The 2nd hoard was found just 8 months later and was a Bronze age & consisted of 16 socket axes and palstaves, 2x swords,1x knife & a pumel. Both hoards are displayed in the Welsh National Musem. I've been very lucky as both were found on Cardiff Scan Club land & had been considerably detected on for many years prior to my discoveries. I spend any hours researching the intended areas before approaching a landowner, as l have found that a bit of knowledge about the area is always a good ice breaker & also gets the owners interested before asking for permission. Although l have'nt found any more hoards l have been fortunate to have dug up some 5x Denari, 12 assorted Roman Bronzes
(never a goldie). A bucket mount depicting the image of Zeus. 10 assorted brooches, 14x Hammies, An almost perfect Charles Il Crown 1662 1st issue Rose bust. Plus many, many more coins & various artifacts. So what do l hope to find in the future... a 1656 Cromwell Sixpence. Minted but never been found & of course a goldie preferably a Edward lll 1344 Double Florin (Double Leoard) would be nice....
Test report for Nexus Standard SE by Brian from the United Kingdom.