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How about this one.....first made in 1991 and still being made to this day.It's a non motion machine so really old school but still as relevant today as when it first hit the shelves in 91.This machine will still put up a good fight and in some instances such as in high trash areas will compete with anything.Runs at 17khz which helps find the small thin hammered coins we find over here.Beep and dig or tone id.......pre set hunting modes or full manual control with two ground settings for varying degrees of discrim.Not the deepest machine by any means but plenty of hunting options and you can swing it as slow as you like to winkle out the good targets in heavy trash.It's a fun detector to use which also counts for a lot.Great as a park machine for pulling up coins from amongst the ally.Tone and visual id.


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A good machine. CScope detectors, I have always liked. I had a CS6PI, which I sent to Australia and I am sorry I did. Greetings.


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Yes...the cs6pi was an Eric Foster designed unit.......good machine.Greetings to you too.