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I have always thought that I want the best possible chance of finding stuff, if I am spending my time on a hobby that I love.
I can swing the E Trac all day & the next without any problems so the weight is not a worry to me, if anyone has made the change I would love to hear if it was worthwhile & what they felt the CTX3030 does that the E Trac does not.
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I read that depth of finds & size etc is the same. Waterproof is a plus.
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Exchanged my etrac for the CTX in February and have not regretted it find I dig far less iron on the fields don't find the weight or the machine a problem . As for the beach the CTX is brillent wet or dry sand and at the end just wash it down with the hose
I have both machines but have not used my ET since buying the CTX 3 years ago.
But if you are happy with the ET ..........
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There is a small risk that what you have described could happen, some people have just not been able to get on with the CTX. The CTX is a long term investment not a short term fix. You will have an easier ride coming from another Minelab but it will not be the same and there is still a hell of a lot to learn - your call.Blueboy wrote:Seems like those who have made the move don't have any regrets. I am pretty well used to my E Trac so hope the CTX is not too complicated in comparison. I don't want to spend the next few months finding nowt.