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Church Mouse 1:58am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 
I use the SkyScout primarily down on my farm where there is no artificial light at night. The viewing is optimal there on a clear night. Great Value Quality Lenses","Strong Construction","Works Well With Glasses
a318a 3:32am on Sunday, September 26th, 2010 
Do not do business with this company unless you want to get ripped off. I purchased a Bushnell holographic sight from them for $238.99. I bought this product before my trip to Grand Canyon. For that price I paid (around $60) it works very nice. Overall, I am happy using this product. The 10-22x50 Zoom model is intended for both lowlight viewing at the shorter end of the zoom as well as distant observations in better conditions. Works well with my Nikon 18-200 lens, even on top of my B&W UV filter.
blancoj 1:14pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010 
Binoculars is ideal to use for sports/ recreational activities. It is compact and best to use with my glasses. Inexpensive tool for star gazing...convenient convenient...convenient Lightweight","Quality Lenses","Strong Construction","Works Well With Glasses
drewrealm 9:45am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 
These binoculars are great for the price, a little heavy and the neck strap is light duty. I'm very satisfied with my purchase and BeachCamera. [...
Jaffar 8:58am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 
Fantastic binoculars. These would also make a great gift for the person who has everything. Close Focus","Strong Construction Not Dishwasher Safe
MConabeare 1:58pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 
Works well with my Nikon 18-200 lens, even on top of my B&W UV filter. This is a very high-quality circular polarizer for any lens with a filter diameter of 72 mm. I used it for a day, but I really love it. At this price to get a binocular from a company like Nikon is really great.
bandbarmstrong 12:49pm on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010 
I like this picture viewer. I bought it for my 84 year-old mom who is technologically illiterate, and I love the idea that you can set it up. We purchased 7 of these for Christmas presents and they are wonderful, especially for the price. Definitely a good product for the value paid. Ordered one as a Christmas gift and the recipient was more than pleased.
rackleff 11:48pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 
FOr me was the best compromise between weight and quality. The optics are good with large and bright exit pupil. I wanted binoculars for a variety of purposes, and the Nikon 10-22x50 Action Zoom XL Porro Prism Binocular 7234 meets those needs perfectly.
gail 7:37am on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 
A "must have" to protect the lens. Excellent clear filter. No distortion, no flare, and is a quality filter(what one would expect from Nikon).
JerryGilmore 7:33am on Friday, April 9th, 2010 
I will use this binocular for watching The University of Alabama Crimson Tide play football. I had the chance to use this filter on last vacation to Europe. I know that I did not expect to see the fish I took!! "Consistent Effect".

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C.Scope CS770XD AUDIO DISC Metal Detector

naming of the parts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Control box Main stem Hand grip Armrest/detector stand Lower stem Twistlock stem adjuster Search-head
8. Search-head retaining screw, washers, nut 9. Search-head lead 10. Loudspeaker 11. Headphone socket (rear of control box) 12. Battery compartment 13. Battery compartment cover 14. On/off/sensitivity control 15. Retune push-button 16. Inland/beach site selector.
C.Scope CS770XD Audio Disc Metal Detector
The CS770XD is a lightweight professional format metal detector with target identification facility. The smart operating system recognises metal targets which are likely to be worthless. The detector is extremely easy to use but you will be a better treasure hunter if you take the time to read this manual carefully and understand what the controls are doing.
CS770XD - Rapid get you going instructions
Assemble and adjust for length. Twist surplus lead around the stem. Insert battery so that the terminals line up easily with the contacts in the battery compartment. (9volt MN1604, PP3 type ) Switch on at the on/off/sensitivity control (14) Simultaneously press the retune button (15) and keep it depressed whilst turning the Sensitivity Control (14) to a point where a tone is just about audible or even a little lower where the tone is just absent. (known as the threshold point). This position should be found around the start of the green area on the scale. Release the retune button. Switch the site selector (16) to inland. Press the Retune button (15) once. Reset the sensitivity (if necessary) to the point where a tone is just about audible. Start searching using a relaxed motion swinging the search-head from side to side as close to the ground as possible.
Press the Retune button (15) every few minutes or whenever the background tone rises to an unacceptable level. You are now searching in inland audio discrimination mode. The presence of a metal target will be indicated by the increasing intensity of the tone. Signals from targets likely to be valuable will give a high pitch tone. Signals from targets likely to be worthless will give a low pitch tone. For beach hunting switch the site selector (16) to beach and press the retune button. Reset the threshold point if necessary. You are now searching in beach preset discrimination mode. Signals from targets likely to be valuable will give a tone increasing in intensity. Signals from targets likely to be worthless will be ignored. The controls and what they do (14) The on/off/sensitivity control switches the machine on and sets the sensitivity level. The detector sensitivity should normally be set at the point of threshold, that is the point at which a background tone is just about audible. The point of threshold will be found within the green area on the scale. Set the threshold point with the detector head held just above the surface of the ground. Switch the machine on and with the other hand press the retune button (15). Keep the retune button depressed while you rotate the sensitivity control to a point where the background tone is just audible or just absent. (this is called the threshold point ). Then release the retune button and the detector is ready. In severe ground conditions (wet salt beach or mining areas for example) it may be necessary to reduce sensitivity to below the threshold point in order to achieve stable operation. (16) Inland/beach site selector. The detector can ignore the signals from some metals which are likely to be worthless. Small iron objects like building nails are the main source of false signals, especially on farmland sites. The CS770XD recognises these objects and allocates them a low pitch tone in Inland Mode or ignores them completely in Beach Mode. Items that are most likely to be valuable give a high pitch tone in Inland Mode or increasing in intensity (volume) in Beach Mode. (15) Retune Push-button. The purpose of the Retune push-button is to keep the detector working at peak performance by maintaining the point of threshold set on the sensitivity control. For example, moving from dry ground to wet ground may cause the background tone to gradually increase to an unacceptable level. Pressing the retune button momentarily will bring the background tone to the point of threshold again. If the retune button fails to have this effect, it is probably necessary to re-set the sensitivity level. It is good detecting practice to press the retune button every few minutes or whenever you feel that that the detector may have drifted away from its sensitivity setting. Assembly Join the two stem sections (5)(2) together. Wind the search-head lead (9) around the stem as shown in the photograph. Adjust the stem for length according to your height (its easier on your back if you can stand up straight while detecting) and tighten the twistlock stem adjuster (6). Check that the search-head (7) is parallel to the ground when being swept in an arc and tighten (be careful not to over-tighten) the search-head retaining screw (8). (Keep these parts clean - if they become covered in mud or sand wash and dry these parts at the end of a days detecting. Dont allow any form of lubricant onto the rubber friction washers.) Battery Push back the retaining clip and remove the cover (13) of the battery compartment (12). Fit a 9 volt battery (MN1604, PP3 or equivalent). There are guide strips to ensure the battery is fitted the right way round. Do not force the battery. It should slide in easily to connect with contact strips in the compartment. Remove the battery if the detector is to be stored for more than a few days. Searching Technique: Try out a variety of targets to test the reaction of the audio target analysis system. Iron nail, gold ring, 1 coin, for example. Check the intensity and the pitch of the signal. Note how the detector signal changes and, as you gain experience

of this feature, you will become adept at making decisions about whether to dig or not. For starters, if you are in any doubt, its safer to dig! Sweep the detector head from side to side in a smooth arc. Move forward at each sweep the width of the search-head. Keep the search-head as close to the ground as possible, even at the ends of the arc where there is a natural tendency for the search-head to lift. Maintain a strict search pattern so that the area being searched is completely covered. (You will be more successful if you cover a small area of ground thoroughly than if you search a large area of ground in random fashion. The non-motion electronic system is most suited to a careful detecting technique). When you encounter a signal, move the search-head slowly around the area. The signal is strongest when the target is directly below the centre of the search-head. Use the tone ID system to help decide if you are going to dig this signal. Remove the clod of earth where the signal appeared using a sharp digging tool. Check further by passing the search-head over the clod to see if the target is there or deeper in the hole. Replace the earth after recovery of the object and it should be difficult to see that the ground has been disturbed. Important note: the 2-tone target analysis only functions in inland mode. We designed it this way because experience has shown that typical rubbish metal objects encountered on the beach are generally different to those found on inland sites. Do not trespass. Ask permission before searching on private land. Check for local bylaws about detecting on public land. Not all countries have such a positive attitude towards treasure hunting as we have in the UK. Observe the Country Code. Fill in all holes. Report all valuable or historically interesting finds to the appropriate authority. Do not touch any item suspected of being unexploded munitions - mark its position and report to the police immediately. Contact C.Scope or your local detector supplier for a range of C.Scope Accessories: Headphones: make it easier to hear weak signals and increase battery life. The headphone socket is underneath the control box (11). Search-head cover: protect the underside of the search-head from abrasion damage. Extends the life of the search-head. Rechargeable batteries. Digging Tools. Detector Bags. Detector Care The CS770XD is a robust design. However, the control box should be treated with similar care as any electronic product. Dry off any water splashes immediately. The search-head may be immersed in water. Stem and search-head parts should be washed with tap water and dried at the end of a days detecting. Do not use solvents. Warranty & Service The CS770XD is guaranteed free of manufacturing defects as confirmed in our written warranty document. Contact us if you have any concerns about the operation of your detector. The C.Scope Customer Service Team really know about metal detectors and are always ready with good advice and rapid after-sales-service. Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer for recycling advice. (In the UK visit www.recycle-more.co.uk)

C.SCOPE INTERNATIONAL LTD Kingsnorth Technology Park WOTTON ROAD ASHFORD KENT TN23 6LN UK Telephone: +44(0)Fax: +44(0)email: info@cscope.co.uk web: www.cscope.co.uk
C.SCOPE is an ISO 9001 Quality Manufacturer. This equipment conforms to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC. System performance may be impaired by unusually strong electromagnetic fields. B1073 ISSUE 2

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Discover the thrill of metal detecting with the C.Scope

CS440XD, CS1MX, CS770XD

his is treasure island United Kingdom, 100,000 square miles of ground where millions of people have lived their daily lives over thousands of years and the last 4000 of those years they have been making things of metal - money, jewellery, tools, weapons, - in massive quantities - where has it all gone? A little of it is still in use, of course. There are plenty of metal objects around from the last few hundred years, but what about before that? Some will have been melted down to be used again, some is lost under the concrete of our cities and roads, some has already been found; but the vast majority of those tons of metal coins and artefacts from long ago remains in the ground, waiting to be discovered by todays treasure hunters. Every ancient road over every mountain, every footpath through every forest, every field and pasture where people once lived contains the treasures of long ago. People lose things, sometimes quite valuable things and one mans loss is another mans gain in the world of treasure hunting. People throw things away - its rubbish to them, but treasure to the finder a thousand years later. Houses and entire villages once stood in places where now there are open fields. There would have been markets, money changing hands, and of course the losses which, unfortunately, can happen at any time. Battles have raged in countryside which is now tranquil and safe, arrows and spears, buttons, badges, buckles and money lie in the ground where they fell all those years ago. Cut-throats and thieves were about, your valuables were always at risk. The safest thing to do was bury your money and some of it, for whatever reason, is still right there where it was hidden hundreds of years ago. This is what our hobby is all about - If you like to get out into the countryside, if its a thrill for you to discover the past, you are going to be hooked on treasure hunting. These serious C.SCOPE metal detectors make the hobby easy to follow for everyone. C.SCOPE metal detectors have no learning curve. We have designed these professional quality detectors so that anyone can set off on the treasure trail in as much time as it takes to fit the batteries. The treasures are waiting to be found and all you need to get started is a C.SCOPE METAL DETECTOR.
the thrill of treasure hunting
This Edward III Gold Double Florin was found by a detectorist in the south of England. Issued in 1343, it was estimated to fetch around 150,000. It is only the third example to be found (the other two are in the British Museum), so it is also the only one in private hands. The coin was auctioned by Spinks and achieved a record breaking price of 460,000 !!
This is a part of the Reigate Hoard found by Roger Mintey. It consisted of several thousand coins - arguably the best metal detector coin find ever.
Cliff Bradshaw found this Bronze Age Gold Cup in a field near Sandwich using his C.Scope metal detector. It was a tremendously important find which sold for 170K - shared with the landowner.
Reconstruction photo of Ringlemere Gold Cup courtesy of British Museum. The original find was badly damaged, possibly by a plough.

CS770XD

Switch on and start detecting. Listen to the loudspeaker signals. Good targets are high tones. Bad targets give a low tone. It seems like such a simple idea but isnt this every treasure hunters dream of a detector? The CS770XD employs C.Scopes non-motion technology, much favoured by professionals for the meticulous search technique which is possible with this style of detector. The CS770XD is optimised for inland and beach use. The CS770XD is such a smart concept, we reckon a fair few detectorists at all levels of the hobby will be eager to get their hands on one.
f you are just starting out in the hobby, one of these smart new C.Scopes is going to be just the job. Each one is carefully thought out for ease of operation with maximum performance. C.Scope is THE name in metal detectors. A name you can trust. Our designs are clever yet straightforward and based on 30+ years of concentrated involvement in the treasure hunting hobby. Excellent detectors at low prices are quite simply what make C.Scope the top choice for beginners and professional treasure hunters alike.
C.Scope. Top choice for the beginner.

CS440XD CS1MX NEW!

Ultimate simplicity, automatic retune with the power of motion electronics are what makes the CS1MX special. Like a race tuned engine, the CS1MX is adapted to high speed detecting with increased depth of detection. The lightweight and superb balance of the new C.Scope control box all add to the appeal of this introduction to power detecting at a seriously low price
Our beginners range starts at the CS440XD but theres no compromise on performance. The CS440XD is a lightweight professional format metal detector with variable discrimination which will simply eliminate signals from rubbish targets. Family fun on beach or inland sites is guaranteed with this neat detector at a budget price. New for 2007. Lowest price ever for a professional C.Scope.
Detector CS770XD Weight (with battery) 1153g Shortest (collapsed) usable height 1.0m Maximum (extended) usable height 1.37m Power consumption 7.5mA@ Audio threshold Power consumption 8mA@ 67Hz max audio Power consumption 43mA@ 3.7kHz max audio Estimated battery life (typical use) 40Hrs Operating frequency 17kHz 1kHz sine wave Coil configuration 3 coil concentric Transmit coil diameter 180mm Maximum transmitted field strength 30T at centre of head Detection type Dual channel simultaneous discrimination. Transmitter type Single frequency / self resonant. Receiver type Twin Synchronous phase sampling. Search head receive signal a.c. Audio Signal frequency range 67Hz to 3.7kHz. Internal speaker 50 mylar cone Headphone socket 3.5mm Head phone output impedence 680 Max audio output level@3.7kHz 110dB@0.1m Max audio output level@67Hz 88dB@0.1m

CS770XD Search Head

Detector CS1MX Weight (with battery) 1153g Shortest (collapsed) usable height 1.0m Maximum (extended) usable height 1.37m Power consumption 8mA@threshold Estimated battery life (typical use) 40Hrs Operating frequency 17kHz1kHzsine wave Coil configuration 3 coil concentric Transmit coil diameter 180mm Maximum transmitted field strength 30T at centre of head Detection type Motion Dual channel simultaneous discrimination. Transmitter type Single frequency /self resonant. Receiver type Twin Synchronous phase sampling in search head. Search head receive signal d.c. Audio frequency 600Hz. Internal speaker 50 mylar cone Headphone socket 3.5mm Head phone output impedence 680 Audio output level 100dB
Detector CS440XD Weight (with battery) 1153g Shortest (collapsed) usable height 1.0m Maximum (extended) usable height 1.37m Power consumption 7mA Estimated battery life (typical use) 40Hrs Operating frequency 17kHz 1kHz sine wave Coil configuration 3 coil concentric Transmit coil diameter 180mm Maximum transmitted field strength 30T at centre of head Detection type Variable discrimination. Transmitter type Single frequency / self resonant. Receiver type Synchronous phase sampling. Search head receive signal a.c. Audio Signal frequency 531Hz 30Hz. Internal speaker 50 mylar cone Headphone socket 3.5mm Head phone output impedence 680
Arm-rest / detector stand. Fingertip control, perfect balance Lightweight control box: C.SCOPE detectors are easy on the arm
Quick secure length adjustment and locking mechanism. Fine for children and adults
Waterproof Lightweight search head. C.Scope ISOCON design. Deep probing, superb stability
C.SCOPE INTERNATIONAL LTD Kingsnorth Technology Park WOTTON ROAD ASHFORD KENT TN23 6LN UK Telephone: 44 (0) Fax: 44 (0) email: info@cscope.co.uk internet: www.cscope.co.uk

 

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