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No. Extreme temps, hot or cold may very well damage the detector.


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No Worries... It'll Be Fine....:thumbup:


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I wouldnt chance storing anything electronic in extreme temperatures, even with batteries removed/disabled.


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The manual says no.
Look at the temp ratings.
I hunt the ice on the beach in winter.
Quite often below zero.
But that's only for a few hours.
Never leave your machine in temp extremes.
Hot or cold.