Which is the lightest weight model Minelab Sovereign with batteries installed ?

ToddB64

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Hi !

Listed below are the Minelab Sovereign models I was able to find on the Internet.

Can anyone answer the Title question ? I can't swing any detector approaching 4 Lbs. with batteries installed......I'm old ! ::)

Sovereign
Sovereign XS
Sovereign XS-2 & XS-2 Pro
Sovereign XS-2a Pro
Sovereign Elite
Sovereign GT

BTW, have I missed any models ?

Thanks,

ToddB64
 

RustyGold

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Sovereign GT with the straight shaft. You can disconnect the control unit and wear it elsewear to lighten even further.
Here is where to get the hip mount cover:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Minelab-Hi...682730?hash=item4172ba3f2a:g:QSsAAOSwHItdHNSV

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ToddB64

ToddB64

Sr. Member
Jan 7, 2007
410
70
Georgetown, Ohio, USA
Detector(s) used
Teknetics Gamma 6000,
Tesoro Bandido II µMax and
Compadre, White's Classic II,
Garrett Ace 250
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
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