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Glad to hear that the unit is well designed. Have some fun with it for a bit Steve. Everyone is glued to hearing how it performs.....no pressure ūüėĄ Also nice to know that batteries are available, even if it's a limited supply at first (I'm assuming).

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Wow! That's my first impression. Wow! It showed up today in a large box. The detector is fully assembled, simply broke into two halves in the box and packaged up well with headphones separate. Th

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10 hours ago, Steve Herschbach said:

The included headphones, remind me of my old Gray Ghosts...

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Fisher Impulse AQ Limited headphones

I'm glad the headphones are in black!

I hate that Yellow stuff saying people "helloooo look at me please"!

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Glad to hear you've got one Steve and ready to go! So far... all reports... Sound Good !

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Great looking machine Steve and from your description it sounds even better than it looks. Looking forward to your Lake Tahoe report when you go on Monday.

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Have the first 100 buyers been pre-selected?  I was sure hoping to get in on the first batch.

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I have about 45 on my list at present. Due to the slow ramp-up of production I am reviewing as units become available to ensure a good mix of experience and geography, it is not necessarily first come - first serve, but I am adding names at the bottom of the list so that once production ramps up I can just go down pretty much in order.

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I know Steve H. Is a happy camper with his new toy !! Get it Wet Steve!!!! And good luck and Congratulations with your new AQ, we're waiting for your test reviews in anticipation. 

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50 minutes ago, Rick Kempf said:

I have about 45 on my list at present. Due to the slow ramp-up of production I am reviewing as units become available to ensure a good mix of experience and geography, it is not necessarily first come - first serve, but I am adding names at the bottom of the list so that once production ramps up I can just go down pretty much in order.

Thanks for the update Rick!!

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if by chance, what do not think, seeing the performance of the detector, did not complete 100. Would there be any possibility of shipping outside the United States?

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