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Best, reliable detector <= $300?

Monkeys Uncle

Well-known member
I'm sure this has been discussed ad nauseum over the years...so, my apologies for bringing it up again. :surrender: BUT, I'm thinking about an inexpensive "backup" detector by a reliable manufacturer. I know...I'm asking alot for alittle...BUT, it's my usual modus operandi. 😎 Much TIA for any/all replies and HH. Stay well/stay on the treasure trail!
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
Theres a used 540 here on the forum for under $300.00
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
F5 can be a steal right now and at $299
 

Coinboy007

Well-known member
I'm sure this has been discussed ad nauseum over the years...so, my apologies for bringing it up again. :surrender: BUT, I'm thinking about an inexpensive "backup" detector by a reliable manufacturer. I know...I'm asking alot for alittle...BUT, it's my usual modus operandi. 😎 Much TIA for any/all replies and HH. Stay well/stay on the treasure trail!
Since you have an Etrac, I would go for the simplex. It does what the etrac can’t do like go underwater, it’s lighter and it has a faster recovery speed. Huge bargain if you talk to a forum sponsor.
 
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