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    That's the one I went with as I always use my smaller nox coil now. I ordered earlier today....I'm hoping I can use my old pinpointers.
    I hope it lives up to its name Deus2=God2
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    I run a CTX and am wondering for those of you who might have bought the Deus 2 if it would be a compatible machine. In all honesty, I am not a gear or tech head so reading up on frequencies etc of equipment makes my head spin. I love my CTX, but the Deus has nice features too that seem appealing in the field. Never ran a Deus or even used one, but it seems you folks that have one like it.
    Garrett AT Pro, Garrett Waterproof Pinpointer, CTX3030 with 6,11,17" coils.

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    I don't have the Deus II yet but I have already started building my custom programs. I converted the program page in the Deus II manual to Excel to make it easy. If anyone wants the file just PM me your email and I will send it to you.
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    I'm PMed, although my total experience using the deus was the one day you let me try yours for 10min
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    I am cancelling my Deus II order and getting a badger instead !

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    Did you see the British Deus guy training his dog to find silver coins??
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    That is brilliant! I wonder what kind of depth you can get with a silver sniffing dog.
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    I'd be worried about the unsightly holes that the dog would leave in the public parks I hunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Two-Cent View Post
    I'd be worried about the unsightly holes that the dog would leave in the public parks I hunt.
    You should have seen my holes when I transitioned from cellar holes to parks
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    Are you saying my standard 18" crater would not be acceptable in a park setting Drew?
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    Is it odd you need a PC to update the Deus 2? What about the 1000s of mac users?
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