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Most hunters use a probe. And if you are like me. And you like to do peoples yards. They are very important. I have tired several probes over the years. My favorite probe was the Merlin. But my new favorite is the UniProbe by Detector Pro. There are only 2 down falls with this probe that I can see. The 1st is if you put in away in a bag. You have to disconnect the battery or chance that the switch will get turned on. The other is the cost. But after using it. It is worth every penny. Not only is it a probe. But you can turn it into a pulse detector by purchasing the Rod and Shaft set up. This is great for those people who only wade at the beaches or only work the beach. I get about 3 to 4 inches in depth. With that depth. I am able to quickly find any find in competition hunts. In the last 2 years at BONE. I have finished with a nice handful of finds. The machine will null out when it is right over the object. And with a choice of a headphone set up or a clip on set up. You have a probe for every detectorist. I think the headphone set up is better for the people who like to walk out in the woods. You will not loose this probe. I have lost more than one hand held probe in the bushes. How many times have you gone out in the corn fields in the spring time when it is muddy. Now try keeping that hand held probe clean so you don't ruin it. You don't have to worry about that with both Uniprobes. The electronics are never near the water or mud. I have never had any problems with mine. I suggest you ask your dealer to see this machine. It will be your best friend. The pros on it far out weigh the negatives.
Added: Sunday, June 18, 2006
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