Evening Mandy…

evening Mandy, happy new year, i hope your Christmas went well, & sorry for the delay, i have been trying out which-what-is best, have a look at this bag from the searcher magazine, it has a secure clip for the probe, phone pocket, probe holder, etc-etc- read the blurb and see the photos…

Instead of a waist belt, it needs to be worn across the body… it will need to carry an i-phone, small “drinking” water bottle, and a small first aid kit, [- it is tiny about half the size of an i-phone -]

your detector bag shoulder strap will be excellent for the cross-body shoulder strap…

Now to stop the bag from moving forward when leaning forward or bending down, the bag needs two extra D-Rings with a piece of webbing and a secure clip, one at the front of the bag, and one at the back of the bag, these will then clip onto the wearer’s existing belt loop, hopefully, this will keep the bag in place, to keep it secure and from moving around… with a part or full mesh base…

the pictures below are an excellent idea of what i think is best, it can be slightly wider, deeper etc… you are best at this…

As for the size, i think the Width is 25cm

Height (at the back) 35cm

12cm – depth ( all are approx.)

A D-ring at the top for securing your pinpointer lanyard AND the back internal pocket has now got Velcro to secure more important finds.

The Pinpointer holster has also been made slightly narrower too.

It has two large internal pockets, one of which is secured at the top with Velcro keeping your more valuable finds safe. A Velcro, flapped side pocket (with capacity),

a pinpointer holster and a zipped front pocket for extra protection for delicate finds. An additional feature is a ring to secure your pinpointer lanyard to.