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Do you know if it continues to manufacture?  A colleague has written to him on Facebook and he does not respond to messages or connect

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On 5/3/2021 at 12:00 AM, JRJR said:

Can you show where the charging cable attaches with and without the cable attached?

 

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On 5/3/2021 at 11:15 PM, Airtemisa said:

I considered this mod in my first equinox 800, but finally I sold it and get a new one... Only for the warranty. 

Those who have the SeaghostMod, what can you say about the Equinox for diving? Anyone compared it with Excalibur?

Thanks! 

This eq mod is not really for diving, but you can easily take it 10m deep. Headphones a pretty loud.

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On 12/7/2020 at 8:22 AM, pjrough said:

I am Ukraine born, but currently located in EU. 

Unfortunately the EQ kit is not DIY type of product, so you have to ship your detector to Ukraine. Ones the modificación is ready you are getting back ready to use equinox along with a charging cable, waterproof headphones and the grip.

There is the same story happen with vanquish: you have to ship it. There are some soldering to be done, thus kit is not suitable for self installation.

Although some older housings (explorer/etrac series) were suitable for DIY assembly.

Different installation variants are available. Here is my EQ600 (pot is made by seaghost, the rest is done by me):

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What is your opinion of the waterproof headphones supplied by Sea Ghost?

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On 6/8/2021 at 4:13 AM, JRJR said:

What is your opinion of the waterproof headphones supplied by Sea Ghost?

Very loud and well-built. Coiled cable is soft.

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On 5/5/2021 at 4:26 PM, Luis said:

Do you know if it continues to manufacture?  A colleague has written to him on Facebook and he does not respond to messages or connect

I saw a post on his FB page recently that another customer from Italy or Spain (don’t remember) is going to run his page or social media stuff?  Maybe time?  I’m sure this guy has a day job and doesn’t make a living off of these. I do wish there was a more informative site on this product and how to go about getting it.  I’m sure there is some level of skepticism or worry to send an expensive detector to a guy you don’t know in Russia and a few hundred bucks and hope you get it back..

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