Anyone use any of the "waterproof to 10 feet" detectors lately?
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    groundhog Tom

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    Anyone use any of the "waterproof to 10 feet" detectors lately?

    Im thinking of purchasing one of these various brand named detectors that are "waterproof to 10 feet" but I'd like to hear from someone who has used one in the field first. I'll be using it in light rain and possibly submerge it in a six+ feet creek/old swimming hole

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    Sep 2011
    Denver, Colorado
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    A ton of them are used every day. I have submerged my AT Pro. I haven't submerged my Equinox800. Both have had flooding issues.

 

 

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