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Bridlington sensitivity 60
Scarborough sensitivity 56
Hornsea not usable not even with sensitivity at 30 just to much silica black sand there
Great Yarmouth 72
Tolcarne beach Newquay 76
Fistral beach Newquay 72
Porth beach Newquay 74
Seems to be a patten emerging the further south the cleaner the beaches and the higher you can turn the sensitivity up
Not a bad summer on the beach for me £47.68 in spending money,a two euro,a Mexican one dollar,a ladies silver toe ring (I think), five toy cars, old 1948 sixpence ,a three pence bit and a small 9ct gold locket ,yes the Quest Q40 more than holds its own on the beach,but don't take it to Hornsea.
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What's afoot with the Quest owner group on here these days? I have been out of detecting for quite a few months and my Q40 along with both coils and my Safari, along with it's four coils, have been gathering dust in the office whilst I have been wrestling with a multitude of problems that fate has thrown at me.
Planning on dusting off the Q40 and zipping down to Talacre this Wednesday I decided to drop in here and see how other owners are progressing with their machines and was surprised to se a number of requests for advice going totally unanswered.