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I feel like I’m seeing the leaked iPhone parts before release. 

Gotta love the internet.   

Looks like some complexity going on under the hood! Minelab is the Apple of metal detectors..

Bryan

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I'm more disturbed than interested by these equinox guts photos. 

Wont be long after the first units get delivered before the Chinese knockoffs are   Also available, right?

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+1, relicmeister...

Steve

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12 hours ago, Cabo Chris said:

Who released these/leaked?  Who is EMC Technologies?  Interesting.

Blame it on the Russians, did they invaded Aussie Land Now????

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Here you go..  Insides.. Now that's shocking...

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They call the Equinox the Platypus... Plenty more information if you go sniffing around... It's all on public domain and free to see...

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(4-19 B) Could be the first prototype to go out in the wild to testers like Steve.

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59 minutes ago, TreasureGuy said:

They call the Equinox the Platypus... Plenty more information if you go sniffing around... It's all on public domain and free to see...

Notice the chips ID´s are blanked out, normal practice for security reasons

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