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This is a brilliant example of somebody has spent the time to get to know their machine.The GTI 2500 is an old design but there is a reason its still going strong........it works and it works well.Ive owned loads of machines that have supposedly been superceded that are just as good as anything on the market.Gti 2500 love it. target Id is great been detecting with mine for 7 years but if there’s a lot of trash in the ground the target id can throw you off or sometimes if the target is deep or multiple coins in the hole from my experience it could say trash or can sized object so don’t rely on it 100% but it’s definitely gives you a better idea of what’s down there. It’s heavy but after a few hunts you’ll get used to it. I actually inherited the machine and hated it at first but now I wouldn’t trade it. I found these a couple weeks ago at a small park that has been hunted to death. Honestly don’t know how they were missed the park is tiny. Old lipstick case barber Rosie
Why was the treasure talk removed ? And wasn’t there a back light already before they put the backlight button where the treasure talk button was at?The GTI has a very deep true all metal mode, single tone, but with icon-curser/ID identifier still working. The GTI 2500 is also still designed to be utilized with the deep seeking 2 box system. Comparatively speaking, it is much larger and somewhat heavier then most new designed detector, however, it is well balanced and easy to use. The information on the screen is quite legible. It is a coin shooters' dream utilizing the sizing feature, also available on the discontinued GTI 1500 detector. I still use mine occasionally.
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Here's a pic of the GTI 2500 with the eagle eye attachment, which measures larger targets in feet, not inches.
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The "TREAURE TALK" feature is no longer available. To me, it is a collector's item. I am never going to part with my GTI 2500.