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Is that the SP35?

Waterproof DD Search Coil - 35x31.5 cm / 13.5"x12.5" (SP35)

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Part Number : 17000258
Description : Waterproof DD Search Coil
Size : 35x31.5 cm / 13.5"x12.5"

Including coil cover and coil mounting hardware.

ATTENTION!
THIS COIL WILL NOT WORK WITH SIMPLEX+ SOFTWARE VERSIONS PRIOR TO 2.76!
BE SURE THAT YOUR DEVICE IS UPDATED.

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It is the SP35. I would’ve liked to have seen a nice concentric before this one. I’ll take this one too, but I’m hoping to see a concentric eventually. I’m just not sure whether it can run one or not. It would be good to know. 

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