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Deus 2 Continues to Outperform

coinworld

Well-known member
Howdy Deus 2Diggers-

What a beautiful day today mid November with temps in the low 70s here in Virginia. This was the first time with the Deus 2 at this battle site we’ve pounded for 10 years., with just over 6 months using this machine info love the performance. I finished with 2 dropped.58 three ringers, 1 with the swag in the base, 1 flat button with full treble gilt Scoville, 1 general service Eagle cuff that locked on solid 62 using General program, 1 piece of pewter spoon or fork and pice of chain to a bridal for a horse. One observation, the general service cuff Eagle was amongst heavy iron and the Deus 2 sniffed it out at depth of 6 inches . This section of the field has been pounded . I do believe the depth and separation is much better than the original Deus IMHO. Happy Digging!
 

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T-DUB

Well-known member
Heck yeah on the finds, congrats! Coming up a 62 on the ECB, interesting that low, but not all were made out of the same metal composition. Any iron type like material in around it? Not questioning you, just curious.
 

coinworld

Well-known member
Heck yeah on the finds, congrats! Coming up a 62 on the ECB, interesting that low, but not all were made out of the same metal composition. Any iron type like material in around it? Not questioning you, just curious.
T-Dub there is iron everywhere, that’s why no one dug these relics; too much iron masking all good targets. XP Deus engineers did their home work in building a machine that I believe is deeper than the original Deus and is better in iron in separating good non -ferrous from iron. The Eagle cuff was 6 inches plus amongst iron but once it saw the target it locked on solid 62 using General program. We’re going back next Saturday to see what else we missed . Happy hunting
 

T-DUB

Well-known member
T-Dub there is iron everywhere, that’s why no one dug these relics; too much iron masking all good targets. XP Deus engineers did their home work in building a machine that I believe is deeper than the original Deus and is better in iron in separating good non -ferrous from iron. The Eagle cuff was 6 inches plus amongst iron but once it saw the target it locked on solid 62 using General program. We’re going back next Saturday to see what else we missed . Happy hunting
ID makes “sense” amongst the iron. Good, repeatable signal, ya gotta dig it. The flat button has killer gilt!
 
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