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Delta 4000

Rob183

Member
If looking for a starter ID detector is there any way to go wrong with this one for the money?
 

ramairnut

Member
I had one and it performed really good. I only wish I had tried the DD coil on it. It was quite impressive with the stock concentric coil. It goes surprisingly deep for its price range. Good luck and Happy Hunting :detecting:
 

Dave J.

New member
Medium performance "entry level": most folks would rate the more recent Euroteks as offering more value for the money than the Delta. Might also look into Fisher F22 and the new Bounty Hunters that look kind of like the Delta and Eurotek. All these share somewhat similar circuitry, and differ primarily in feature set and what searchcoil they come with stock standard.

The discrimination software algorithms used in these machines is fairly similar to that used on our high performance machines, and customers familiar with metal detectors often remark that on targets less than 8 inches or so deep these machines deliver performance comparable to machines costing several times as much. Of course the more expensive machines still have their place for searching in locations where it's okay to dig with a shovel, and in gold prospecting which the under-$400 machines aren't much use for.
 

Eston

New member
Walmart.com has the delta on its website for $138. I would definitely get one for that Price.
 
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