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Here is JW's 6 bits from the day from using the GPZ while his GPX 11" is away on warranty replacement.

Smallest .04 biggest .16

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So the day was JW - 6 / Simon - 0

Next time I'll be using the GPZ.

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17 minutes ago, phrunt said:

Here is JW's 6 bits from the day from using the GPZ while his GPX 11" is away on warranty replacement.

Smallest .04 biggest .16

 

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So the day was JW - 6 / Simon - 0

Next time I'll be using the GPZ.

I hope you will consider using the GPX 6000 with the 14" DD coil for EMI mitigation too along with your GPZ...... That would be an interesting comparison during live digs.

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2 minutes ago, Jeff McClendon said:

I hope you will consider using the GPX 6000 with the 14" DD coil for EMI mitigation too along with your GPZ...... That would be an interesting comparison during live digs.

That's not a bad idea, I will take both along.  The GPX is easy to take along as a second detector as you can stuff it in a backpack easy enough.  I can shrink the GPZ down and backpack it, I just find it easier to carry but the GPX is simple to backpack.

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9 hours ago, phrunt said:

Here is JW's 6 bits from the day from using the GPZ while his GPX 11" is away on warranty replacement.

Smallest .04 biggest .16

I forget which GPZ coil he was using, one of the X-coils?

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2 hours ago, GB_Amateur said:

I forget which GPZ coil he was using, one of the X-coils?

The 15" Concentric.  One of my favourite coils, and it or the 12" CC would have been my choice for that spot too due to the power lines he was hunting under.  Concentric coils handle EMI really well.

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