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Trying the T2 SE Ltd.
Posted by: lloyd0161
Date: October 19, 2017 04:48AM
I've been through a bunch of the high end detectors, Minelabs, Fisher, Tesoro. Until now the Tesoro Tejon was my favorite but I missed having a little more information via tones and ID to help sort things out. I don't find too many valuable coins in our heavily picked over parks so I mainly dig the tabs and junk looking for bits of jewelry. I also loved my F75, however, the iron range was too narrow for sorting out fine gold chains and smaller gold from the iron. The T2 has impressed the heck out of me air testing on my wife's jewelry box items. Fine gold now has a higher and more distinct I'D number. I'll need to test with small foil items such as gum wrappers, etc. to see if any difference. Any suggestions are also welcome. I have found some nice jewelry for my wife over the past few years. There is lots out there if you are patient and don't mind digging trash. I don't see that too many folks would bother looking for fine chains, etc. My buddies minelabs won't even find these. My Gold Bug Pro was good for this. I think I like the T2 better though. The battery life is impressive.



My Current Equipment: Teknetics T2 Limited Edition, Garrett Pro Pointer AT, Lesche Digger.

Re: Trying the T2 SE Ltd.
Posted by: Snap On Man
Date: October 19, 2017 06:51PM
Add a NEL Sharpshooter to it and your going to get a warm fuzzy feeling!

Re: Trying the T2 SE Ltd.
Posted by: Mega
Date: October 20, 2017 02:52AM
I only use a 10 year old original green T2 with a NEL Sharpshooter coil on,ticks almost all my needs as a everyday use machine,simplicity in setting up is about 10 seconds and you are then out detecting,have found more gold coins with this setup than any other machine,DFX is not all that far behind i will add.

If i was too just pick one all round machine that covers almost all my detecting scenarios then it would be the T2 with Sharpshooter coil,5'' coil and also the NEL Storm for real deep pasture work but still surprisingly sensitive on small cut 1/2 and 1/4 silver hammered coins.



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Re: Trying the T2 SE Ltd.
Posted by: lloyd0161
Date: October 20, 2017 06:48PM
Cool, love the stories and advice. Thanks!



My Current Equipment: Teknetics T2 Limited Edition, Garrett Pro Pointer AT, Lesche Digger.

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