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    any member us one whats the depth on say a soda can size object or bigger ? am guessing 8" .....i like to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by 666 View Post
    any member us one whats the depth on say a soda can size object or bigger ? am guessing 8" .....i like to know
    Depends on detector, if using one not designed for salt water you may not get that much if sensitivity was turned down to stop the falling. On my multi freq excal I hit coins at 20+ in all metal.
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    Yes, with a good PI UW Detector, you could hear a soda can at 24"+. Not a fun thing to dig up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevemc View Post
    Yes, with a good PI UW Detector, you could hear a soda can at 24"+. Not a fun thing to dig up.
    The Excal will hit one that deep too. Discrimination doesn't help too much on an aluminum can.
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    Im not sure but i think op may be referring to the Deteknix Scuba tector.
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    pacific searcher BINGO yes that the detector ...aka handheld scuba type ,,,, target size ,,,,, i got a missing plane to find ......... so far southfldigger said 12" on a can how about a large target any one have a idea ?
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    Did you say a Plane? Well, just a guess, but deeper than 8" to 12" for a can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacific_Searcher View Post
    Im not sure but i think op may be referring to the Deteknix Scuba tector.
    I wouldnt waste my money on one. It's a probe with a flat head. Probably similar performance, so maybe a couple inches. If you want to detect while scuba diving, you have to get a real detector made for that.
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    thank u jason ....my though to .....my big problem is ill be spotted .....my detector died at sea .....the place am at 2 years ( military ) waves, tide , joke like she said size matters ....thanks again

 

 

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