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    M6 For Newbie???

    I Found A whites M6 for sale for $475. Is this a good deal? I see they go for near $700. I'm asuming its a good deal. Is this the going price for used M6? The pictures look like its in very good condition. Says it works. Would it be a good detector for a 1st time detector/newbie.
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    Aug 2009
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    Yep its an excellant detector for someone new and you might never feel the need for another one, the price is good as a new one from a dealer is at least about $600.00 maybe a little more but they can give a better deal than the $700.00 retail price. You'll probably want a few more coils latter to cover any place you might come across as in deeper coins the D2 is great for the deep stuff and real trashy area's 4x6 is good for the really trashy sites or moderate trashy places the 6x10 is good. HH
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    Nothing wrong with the M6 as a start out detector or even later.
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    The M6 is the lowest price model of White's that accepts all the coils of the MXT,DFX, V series. It is a very capable detector if you learn what it is telling you.
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    I would go for it the price isn't bad and the detector is very good.

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