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#1

trev111
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Joined: 06 August 2014
Posts: 80
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19 January 2017 11:18 am

Hi,
Any users out there that can give me their thoughts on the C-Scope, used on both wet and dry beach,s in Australia.
From what I,ve seen, it looks good

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#2

Daggy
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Joined: 18 December 2016
Posts: 219
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22 February 2017 09:01 pm

Yeh I'm thinking about one as well Trev.
Just waiting for a bit of cash.

Daggy


NoX800, X-Terra 705, Go-find 40, Bounty hunter tkr iv and a fishing rod.

#3

Morgan82
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From: Elliott Heads (Bundaberg), QLD
Joined: 09 December 2013
Posts: 131
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25 February 2017 06:04 pm

Same, any users out there? (other than you Gleggy tongue )


Cs4pi

#4

Toysandthings
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Joined: 02 May 2013
Posts: 149
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03 March 2017 06:22 pm

The C-Scope CS4Pi detector was one of the very first detectors I ever purchased.

Works a treat on dry and wet salt Beachs.

The one that I used was purchased second hand from England along with another of Erics detectors, the father of PI detectors.

It worked even as I crossed back n forth from dry to wet and into the lapping waves themselves without any hickups.

Cant fault it for beach work.

Just it does not have ground balancing so doesnt do any good at all inland.
I tried several time to get Cscope to do a PI with ground balancing to no avail.

Perhaps not so good on little things, I never tested it on that.
Just used it for coins. Car keys, metal stakes, tent pegs, bottle openers, cans, usual junk in the beach.

Cheers.
Lee.


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#5

numpty
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From: oil rig, VIC
Joined: 09 July 2015
Posts: 1,300

#6

Finkle
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From: Parramatta, NSW
Joined: 11 August 2015
Posts: 25
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03 March 2017 09:57 pm

Nice report Lee.i have a coinmaster gt.today I found a 20c piece 18" down in dry sand but this machine is dreadful on wet sand.would love something that actually worked with wet sand

#7

Toysandthings
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Joined: 02 May 2013
Posts: 149
Toys and things
14 October 2019 12:43 pm

We have a few cScope metal detectors in stock at present.

Interestingly, a new cScope detector will be coming out soon,
dont know much about it at present.

Cheers.
Lee


Swing a detector, Radio control racing or flying.. http://www.Toys-Things.com.au


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