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I’d like to try a sand scoop but don’t get to the beach much so don’t want to spend a fortune. Black Ada are doing an extended sand scoop for £29.99 which I’m tempted by but I can’t find any reviews. I love my Gladius and Blackada stuff is very good quality in my experience but has anyone used their extended scoop?
P.s. I know the Evolution is really good but I don’t want to spend that much
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hi, id imagine it would work for dry sand but i dont think it would last in the wet stuff from the looks of it but i could be wrong.
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The Black Ada Extended Sand Scoop will be fine on dry sand which it is designed for but for wet sand I can see it being a real pain to use drawing on my experience of 29 years of detecting beaches.
I used a boarder spade tor many years on the wet before getting an Evolution 360 which is one of the proper tools for the wet.
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