I bought this several years ago and used it in fresh water once on the beach once and in a couple of parks. Then I had serious hip and knee trouble. I can't get up off the ground anymore even after a hip replacement and knee surgery.
The Excalibur works great.
The cables are in excellent...
The section of the statute looks like it is about archaeological sites.
I got into a discussion with the FWC and he said I would get in trouble detecting for arrow heads.
I said it's a metal detector not a stone detector.
I watched the OBN video about replacing the O-Rings.
Certainly a ground breaking tutuorial.
My Excalibur II has many years of closet time.
On my stick the O-Rings appear good, but they are quite old.
I thought i was going to replace them.
I have two types of silicone, snot and grease.
I purchased a set of the stock ones from KellyCo.
They are not what I expected.
The grasping piece has to be removed from the knob by removing a nut on the top.
There is no room for anything but a pair of needle nose pliers.
I ordered a set of the other ones with set screws off the web.
2 hours later I checked the voltage.
It was in the 14 v range and after a few minutes then to 13.9 v
It appears to be holding at 13.88
25 minutes later the battery is at 13.80
3 hours and its at 13.74 volts
I misplaced my rechargeable battery pack for quite a while.
I found it and it measures 4.58 volts.
I am going to start charging it but it may be gone.
I just got an AA battery pack, loaded it with energizers and it at 12.92 Volts.
Anyone have any thoughts to pass along?