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I literally just received a 3D printed charging clip from Detecting Doodads in the US, as I have gone through several XP clips in the past.  Will give a report on ease of use, fitment etc. before heading out this weekend.

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Tried out the new charging clip and it works a charm, easy to clip on the HF coil (unlike the XP clip), and also easy to remove without putting clip under any stress.  So far, so good.  

 

 

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2 hours ago, Goldpick said:

Tried out the new charging clip and it works a charm, easy to clip on the HF coil (unlike the XP clip), and also easy to remove without putting clip under any stress.  So far, so good.  

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Great idea , I dont like the XP charging clip design which is often a source of troubles ; they are fragile , sometimes they dont work.... This new one looks much simpler and better thx

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i was having trouble with my charging clip and whan i changed the deus charging cable it works ok ,the deus cable assembly was faulty for some reason ..panic over

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Yes I had this faulty cable issue , hopefully only once during 8 years using the Deus  ... 🙂

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my coil cover is bent out of shape so the 3d printed wont work so back to the xp clip which just about works

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