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remote lanyard

Lt4ever

Active member
Just a little advice, use the lanyard with the remote. A hunter just lost his remote in tall grass. He did know it fell off. Now he is trying to figure out how to find it.
 

Suncoast Kid

Active member
Another detector, large coil, all metal. Follow the same trail if possible.
Sorry, that's terrible. I hope you find it.
 

relicmeister

Well-known member
I wouldn’t go without the lanyard. I also attached a wide elastic strap to the back of the remote cover so I can wear it on my arm. It is secure and it isn’t bulky at all cause it’s just an elastic loop not a bulky Velcro band.
 

Picketwire

Well-known member
I usually leave it in the truck. Most places where I hunt, I know the ground balance and what works best for me. In new places or if I think I might need pinpoint mode, ground balance, or FeO2 meter, I will keep it in the XP arm band or the leather holder in my pocket. Other than that, I don't need to look at the numbers and can use the headphones to make changes. If I want, the phones will even give me the VID but I have never used them for that. I took the lanyard off the XP pinpointer because it was always in the way. To each, his own I guess.
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
I lost my MI-6 once and used the remote to track it down in the woods maybe they need a update on the MI-6 so we can locate the remote also!
Mark
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Here’s a cheap solution so you won’t loose your control unit.
 

relicmeister

Well-known member
An easy solution would be small pinch buckles one half fastened to stem with thin wire, The other half zip tied to the remote cover or sewn on with short length of elastic fabric so that when clipped the remote is snug down on the mount and can’t come off accidentally unless hit up pretty hard, and won’t go anywhere if that happens either.
 
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