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    Steveís Scoop Handle; Follow Up Thoughts

    On 9 August, I posted my initial impression of Steve Gossí latest offering---carbon fiber scoop handles for the T-Rex, Stealth and X-treme series of sand scoops.

    Steve's All New Scoop Handles: My Review

    Iíve been using his product exclusively now for over a month and thought Iíd submit a few follow up thoughts. Bottom line up front: Does his handle still impress me as it did when I first got it? ABSOLUTELY.

    A few descriptive words/phrases come to mind when evaluating this handle after many beach outings:

    Stout: This handle is indeed worthy of the term. It leaves no doubt that what you have in your hand is a very stout piece of carbon fiber. There isnít one hint of flex or weakness in this thing.

    Reliable: Iím more than certain Steveís handle will serve me well for years to come.

    Professional construction: Steveís handle is not your big box store, mass produced item. This man takes pride in what he makes and each one reflects his strict attention to detail.

    Conclusion: Iím even more impressed now than I was when I first posted my initial report. If you decide youíd like a top notch carbon fiber handle, you can buy this with the utmost confidence that youíre getting the best Iíve seen since I bought my first detector in 1970.

    Again, I have no financial interest in Steveís business. Iím just passing along my personal opinion.
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    Steve’s products are outstanding. Thanks for the review.
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    I agree. I have his carbon fiber shaft for my stealth extreme scoop and his custom carbon fiber shaft for my equinox. You can't go wrong with either one.
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    Dan -- thank you so much for your follow-up thoughts! I'm glad that you are pleased with it, after some hours of usage! Thanks!

    RustyGold and slider66 -- thank you both for your kind words! I appreciate it!

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