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    Why so Dead in Here?

    Why no traffic in here? I used to own a diver long ago but kind of lost interest. Decided to take up the hobby again with the purchase of the headhunter underwater and it seems there isn't much of a presence or interest in the equipment on the internet. What's up with that? Anybody here use they're detectors?

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    Welcome to TreasureNet, good to have you with us. This forum is slow because Detector Pro is not one of the more popular detector brands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    Welcome to TreasureNet, good to have you with us. This forum is slow because Detector Pro is not one of the more popular detector brands.
    Thanks for the quick reply. That's unfortunate, I used to have a Detectorpro diver long ago. Seemed like a decent machine, the prices are reasonable for an underwater detector. Why the unpopularity? Am I missing something?
    Just seems odd after all wasn't it Gary Storm that essentially developed the housing for what today is the Minelab Excalibur.
    Last edited by HHunderwater; Jun 27, 2020 at 07:29 AM.

 

 

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