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CZ3d value
Posted by: pcbsanddigger
Date: June 27, 2016 04:56PM
What is a fair value of a two year old CZ3d? It has been tuned by Tom D. Works great. No scratches or dents anywhere. Looks like new. Thanks Ken

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Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: Harold,ILL.
Date: June 27, 2016 08:39PM
It depends alot on what it will air test a dime at? The closer to 12" the better I would say even though I think any CZ over 11" is a good one IMHO.

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: pcbsanddigger
Date: June 27, 2016 08:45PM
This one was tested at 11 inches on Tom D.'s checklist.

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Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: Harold,ILL.
Date: June 28, 2016 12:14PM
Well a lot of people look for that magic 12" number but not many 12" Detectors out there. Some think if it's a 1021 it will automaticaly be a 12" unit not true as I have a buddy with a 1021 that is 10.7" so not always true.
I would think to the rite guy 450.00. Also it seems like used Detector market is down rite now for some reason.

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: pcbsanddigger
Date: June 28, 2016 12:45PM
Thanks for the info. I am looking forward to using it. I normally hunt with an MXT AP. Once again thanks for answering. G.L. and H.H. Ken

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: Dan-Pa.
Date: June 28, 2016 03:13PM
A lot depends on actual age, how deep it hunts, condition etc....indeed good luck selling as used detectors are hard to move at present time...imagine has something to do with all the better than sliced bread foreign units on the market which for the most part won't hunt as deep as yours....

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: pcbsanddigger
Date: June 28, 2016 05:40PM
Not really trying to sell it. Just wanted to get an idea on value, as I got it on a trade. I think I did pretty good on it. Ken

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: Frank in NH
Date: August 28, 2016 12:22PM
Dan are we talking in the ground depth like a Deus?

Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: Neil
Date: August 28, 2016 04:48PM
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Dan are we talking in the ground depth like a Deus?

that's what I was wondering Frank. I know theres a big to do between the 11" - 12" range but is that in ground or bench testing? and on what target?
Geez 1" isn't much at all, I would put my value more on condition(given the CZ was in that coveted range).
And does it have to be calibrated by Tom D. for it to get those numbers? I gotta bench test my CZ5........



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Re: CZ3d value
Posted by: trojdor
Date: August 29, 2016 12:20PM
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Frank in NH
Dan are we talking in the ground depth like a Deus?

that's what I was wondering Frank. I know theres a big to do between the 11" - 12" range but is that in ground or bench testing? and on what target?
Geez 1" isn't much at all, I would put my value more on condition(given the CZ was in that coveted range).
And does it have to be calibrated by Tom D. for it to get those numbers? I gotta bench test my CZ5........

Neil/Frank,
Tom certifies the depth listed on the calibration sticker using in-ground testing on a dime in his test garden. (That would be his inert Florida dirt...no mineralization.)

If your coins sink, and/or are covered by bio-matter at the rate of aprox. 10 years per inch, sometimes that extra inch/decade is the difference between clad and silver.

Those numbers are generally what the detector is already capable of. He can squeeze a little more...sometimes...but generally it's the 'native' capability of that particular unit.
And since every detector (and sometimes even coil) is slightly different, it's nice to know for sure how it's performing.

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mike

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