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teknetics mark 1 website
Posted by: kasparov747
Date: November 22, 2009 11:31AM
just wanted to let all you mark 1 fans know that i am starting on a website devoted totally to the mark 1. i have searched far and wide on the net and as popular as the mark 1 is there isnt a site for the mark 1 and on youtube not a video to be found. this site will be all things mark 1 and hopefully those who are new to the mark 1 will be able to find some tips and tricks that may help them out. i hope to have video as well as a section on how to use the mark 1. also when the site is finished those who have something to add that isnt there can feel free to email me there info and i will be glad to add it to the site. i would like this to be a site built and run by mark 1 users to help anyone interested in getting a mark 1 or people who already have one but may have questions to browse and find the help or answers they are looking for. its going to take some time but will keep you posted as to when it nears completion. thanks and happy hunting.

Re: teknetics mark 1 website
Posted by: Tekman
Date: December 02, 2009 04:58PM
Excellent....Can't wait...Keep us posted.

Re: teknetics mark 1 website
Posted by: tony369412
Date: October 07, 2010 06:22AM
EXCITED,I HAVE THE MARK 1 LTD , I AM NEW TO THIS DETECTOR , BUT I HEARD IT IS STILL A KILLER COIN MACHINE, IF ANYONE HAVE SOME TIP I WOULD BE THANKFUL.
TONY CONNECTICUT

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I have a bunch of the Teknetics catalog material
Posted by: Sven
Date: October 07, 2010 07:10AM
.....that I'm adding to my website http://treasurelinx.com/tk.html
It's already scanned, just have to edit it. Eventually it will be made available to download.
Good luck with your site, shoot me an email with the link when you get started.



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Re: teknetics mark 1 website
Posted by: Brassmonkee
Date: January 12, 2011 08:14PM
Thanks for starting this site. I'll be watching. I have a Mark 1 also. It is a very good detector, but heavy.

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