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My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: April 22, 2018 03:33PM
Heres my review of the Equinox 800..video: https://youtu.be/G9Tj7OSRjDQ

Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: #1Leatherneck
Date: April 23, 2018 01:58AM
Calabash! Thanks!

Now, myself, and undoubtedly, many others would like a comparison on the V3i! lol

As you said, the 800 is undoubtedly the best for the price!

What are the manufacturers going to have to do to compete with the 800?

In my opinion the Equinox 800 has set the standard for this type of quality in technology for the price! The top of the line will be around $900.00. And, why?

Competition!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/23/2018 02:05AM by #1Leatherneck.

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Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: April 23, 2018 07:09AM
I love competition! I'm working on the v3I..

Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: Tom_in_CA
Date: April 23, 2018 11:43AM
thanx for taking the time to put that together. Always more fun to listen to a product review narration, than to read printed text.

Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: sprchng
Date: April 23, 2018 05:23PM
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Tom_in_CA
thanx for taking the time to put that together. Always more fun to listen to a product review narration, than to read printed text.

A "different strokes" thing I suppose.
I would much rather spend 5 minutes reading than 20 minutes watching to get the same thing , regardless of whether it's a waste of time or not , the time investment is less.
Probably less time involved in summarizing and typing than in editing as well

Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: Tom_in_CA
Date: April 23, 2018 07:56PM
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sprchng

thanx for taking the time to put that together. Always more fun to listen to a product review narration, than to read printed text.

A "different strokes" thing I suppose.
I would much rather spend 5 minutes reading than 20 minutes watching to get the same thing , regardless of whether it's a waste of time or not , the time investment is less.
Probably less time involved in summarizing and typing than in editing as well

You're right. There's been times where I want to "fast forward" to what I'm wanting to gain. In text print, you're right: You just flip the pages and go to what you want to hone in on.

I tend to start a video like this, and then open a new browser to check my other email or forum-posts, while the audio plays in the background. Like "audio books" kind of thing, where you can go about your other tasks/chores at the same time , haha

There's something about audio which also alerts you to subtle nuances of the knowledge of the person making a speel. Eg.: passion or tonal fluctations, which shows whether he's "been there done that", versus someone who's just spewing book knowledge. But yes: it's a different strokes thing.

Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: Timebandit
Date: April 24, 2018 07:22AM
great job! I was cruising YouTube looking for info on the Nox and I came across your video. I watched it several times and I will probably watch again. Your video along with several others have convinced me that I will be getting an Euqinox. I’m an Etrac guy and I can’t imagine ever giving it up but the Nox looks like it would be super interesting in a couple of my trashy hunting areas. I hope Minelab Ramps up production so I can get mine soon!! Your video was very well done, keep it up!

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Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: Foreverteachable
Date: May 15, 2018 09:32PM
I really appreciate the video as well I've narrowed my search down to the Equinox 600 the F75 with DST and the makro multi kruzer. I just found out Minelab offers a discount to veterans so that makes it even sweeter.

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Re: My review of the Equinox 800
Posted by: calabash digger
Date: May 16, 2018 06:37AM
Out of those 3 it would be the Nox for me...

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