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user tip: Highlighting your Kruz controls.
Posted by: JASONSPAZ1
Date: January 09, 2019 09:27AM
I took some fluorescent sticky labels and cut them to size my pinpoint (pink) and ground balance (green) buttons.
If you have been using a plastic control box cover on your machine for a while there is a good chance that if you hold the cover up to a light, you can see thumb pressure indentations allowing easier sticky label placement.
Putting the labels on the outside of the cover would allow them to be mucked up on your next outing. Also, don't put the labels directly on the control buttons unless you want that mucus like left over sticker residue hanging around all season.
Use some transparent household tape and "Mickey mouse it" so the colored labels are on the inside of the plastic cover facing up. One can even take it a step further and do some really artsy-fartsy crafts and use whatever colors you want. Perhaps to match your hat color. :smile:
The reality is that my eyes are going crazy and color coding works better to see than black on black buttons.

HH
Jason.



"If you walk away from a target still thinking of it,
then go back and dig it"

Metal Detecting in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for 30 years.
Merrimack Valley Metal Detecting Group on Facebook.

I currently use a Makro Multi Kruzer and a Minelab Sovereign GT.




Re: user tip: Highlighting your Kruz controls.
Posted by: Flintstone
Date: January 09, 2019 12:08PM
That is a good idea, I sometimes have trouble finding the right controls.

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Re: user tip: Highlighting your Kruz controls.
Posted by: u2robert
Date: January 12, 2019 03:15PM
Look at the big brain on Jason:)

Thanks for the info

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Re: user tip: Highlighting your Kruz controls.
Posted by: JASONSPAZ1
Date: January 13, 2019 05:57AM
Next tip will involve putting an eye glass sheath on your digging tool.
lol



"If you walk away from a target still thinking of it,
then go back and dig it"

Metal Detecting in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for 30 years.
Merrimack Valley Metal Detecting Group on Facebook.

I currently use a Makro Multi Kruzer and a Minelab Sovereign GT.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/13/2019 05:59AM by JASONSPAZ1.

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Re: user tip: Highlighting your Kruz controls.
Posted by: JASONSPAZ1
Date: January 13, 2019 06:00AM
LOL! @ u2robert.
I almost just spit coffee all over my keyboard.

HH
Jason



"If you walk away from a target still thinking of it,
then go back and dig it"

Metal Detecting in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for 30 years.
Merrimack Valley Metal Detecting Group on Facebook.

I currently use a Makro Multi Kruzer and a Minelab Sovereign GT.

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