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They do not have the R & D budgets of some of the competition, but they do have an almost unique presence in the Non-Motion sector. Smaller manufacturers can do very well in niche markets, so what I would like to see is a new Non-Motion machine from them with this spec:-
Lightweight, ie 1.4kg max including batteries.
Coil size of 10 inches plus for depth.
Concentric is fine, to utilize the superior pin-pointing of the non-motion configuration.
Water resistant, ie rainproof, no need for covers. (Bristish firm, British weather)
A minimum of controls.
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I like the idea of a 'no-faff' dual frequency machine to cancel out the effects of wet salt sand - C Scope is based in the UK and we are surrounded by coastline!
Are you listening C-Scope?
Its not considered a deep machine but once you know how to listen for the (mod edit sight slight) wavers in the threshold you can pull stuff up from surprising depths.
Once mastered you can even tell if a slight waver in the threshold is iron or non ferous.....there is a subtle difference.
I think a lot of people don't really look at c scope due to the fact that they have'nt got the latest in tech stuff like screens,depth meters,programs etc,etc.They don't need it,they are solid reliable machines that get the job done as good as anything else and with backup that is second to none.
Edited 'typo' as it may confuse - ss47