MDF Auction - Metal Detector Batteries
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Yes you pay at the start, but over the long term you will save
Take a look at 4 Eneloop Pro rechargables
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usually last 4 days of around 8 hours in a F1265X
don't buy the blue ones though there rubbish.
I use rechargeable power packs in my Whites XLT but the Garrett AT max that Santa is bringing me takes 4 AAs - so batteries are on my radar at the moment.
I’ll probably go for a power pack sooner rather than later but Christmas is not the time to be buying things for yourself - so my wife tells me!
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I can recommend the eneloop rechargable batteries that Blackadder suggested , one charge lasts about 30hrs detecting with my Garret 400i
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