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Yes, indeed, there are some advantages to an 'assortmnt.'

November 29, 2019 03:52AM avatar
One generally universal detector can handle a lot of applications and do them well, but having a few detectors with different coils can be very handy to best handle different site environments and challenges. It's just frustrating, for me, when it is health restrictions that cause me to part with some favorites that hurts.sad smiley

Your 'signature' does show three very decent and versatile performers.thumbs up


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Yes, indeed, there are some advantages to an 'assortmnt.'

Monte 73 November 29, 2019 03:52AM

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