The Hip Mount Bag is the perfect answer to reduce the weight of your detector and convert it to use on land or in water. Minelab’s Hip Mount Bag is a rugged, padded bag that enables you to detach the control box from the detector shaft put it in the bag and wear it over your shoulder or around your waist.
Result? A much lighter weight on your arm, plus mounting it on your waist now allows you to use it in shallow water, or mount it higher on your chest to go in deeper water (beach). Hip Mount Bag offers protection against dirt, dust, beach sand, salt spray, rain and extends the life of your controls. Compatible Metal Detectors - Eureka Gold, Sovereign GT and Minelab Musketeer Advantage
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