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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyGold View Post
    Thanks AARC! Interesting scoop. Do you know what it weighs?
    Had one many years ago. Of all the many many scoops I've owned, it had to be the heaviest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rc2125 View Post
    Had one many years ago. Of all the many many scoops I've owned, it had to be the heaviest.
    Thanks RC! That was what I was looking for. I didn't find the weight specs for the nuttall at web site.


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    look at (Sitoscoop dot com) for heaps of info.
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    :P

    You could even get a sand castle making bucket to go with this
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    Quote Originally Posted by AARC View Post
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    :P

    You could even get a sand castle making bucket to go with this

    As long as I can attach a carbon fiber handle to it I'm in!


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    Coob scoop

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyGold View Post
    Has anyone used the SITO or White's version HexScoop (made by SITO) Sand Scoop! I was looking at the medium sized one to try and save some weight.
    Let me know what your thoughts are on these scoops. Thanks!
    I didnít like where the sito logo was on the end of scoop ,hole big enough for finds to fall through ,Iíll usually shake the find toward end of scoop . So I went with the medium size scoop from coob ,I didnít want all that weight in a big scoop hard on back , I rather make two digs easier on back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by langsy View Post
    I didn’t like where the sito logo was on the end of scoop ,hole big enough for finds to fall through ,I’ll usually shake the find toward end of scoop . So I went with the medium size scoop from coob ,I didn’t want all that weight in a big scoop hard on back , I rather make two digs easier on back.
    That’s what I thought about the logo placement as well. Looks like small jewelry items could fall through easily. The White’s HexScoop version made by Sito doesn’t appear to be as large of an opening at the logo.
    Thanks for your input. Best of luck!


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    Anyone purchase the White’s HexScoop? Just wanted some feedback on it and what others thought. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyGold View Post
    Anyone purchase the White’s HexScoop? Just wanted some feedback on it and what others thought. Thanks!
    I'm looking at it. The medium looks good. I think it's made by Sito and people love those.
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    I purchased this "ProSeries" scoop, tried it one time and sent it back. Why? Wet sand would stick in this scoop and was difficult to shake out. You had to shake it about 3 tines. Much more work than a round bottom, wide top like the second pic. The struts do worry me some though. These are knockoff copies I guess, the Nuttall version might be sized and work much better. Name:  61Ebnmo78BL._SX180_.jpg
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