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GTI 2500 with treasure talk

coinspader

Active member
I need some insight on the above mentioned detector, I have a chance to get one in awesome condition. I don't have any experience with the gti 2500 so I would like to know if anybody could give me some info on how they do in trashy sites and in sites that are loaded with iron. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

michaelnc

Member
Hey Coinspader, they have a slower recovery speed but they are excellent coin machines down to about 7 1/2 inches. They also really like silver coins and silver rings (nickels are a nightmare) to much falls in the nickel range on this machine but the higher conductors bang out real clean.
 

John-Edmonton

Moderator
Staff member
Very deep in true all metal mode! Imaging works great when you learn it properly. Buy it. The ones with Treasure Talk are rare.
 

coinspader

Active member
Very deep in true all metal mode! Imaging works great when you learn it properly. Buy it. The ones with Treasure Talk are rare.
I bought it, I have had it out a couple times already and I really like it. : ) It is a fun detector to use and I have found a couple deep wheat pennies with it so far.
 
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