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Should I buy a Quattro?

Treasurechic

Active member
I have the opportunity to buy a Quattro for just under 300.00. It looks well taken care of. I am looking for a beach Detector but I don't want to spend alot of money. Would it be worth the money?
 

Nauti

Well-known member
I owned a quattro many years ago over here in the uk and it was a fantastic machine......it found me loads of great finds.As for use on the beach its up there with the best still and will pull out those deep targets.If you search productive beaches it will pay for itself in no time.
So speaking from personal experience and having used one for a good few years its worth every penny of the asking price if its been well looked after.
 

BigTony

Well-known member
I have the opportunity to buy a Quattro for just under 300.00. It looks well taken care of. I am looking for a beach Detector but I don't want to spend alot of money. Would it be worth the money?
Treasure chic, by beach detector, do you mean waterproof?
If not minelabs will go deep on beaches
Tony
 

Coinboy007

Well-known member
I would get an Explorer 2 for around that price. More features over the Quattro like smartfind, FE CO numbers, etc. Better depth and recovery speed too.
 

Detecta

New member
I'd go the E-Trac, very deep on the beach. also FE CO numbers, smartfind and more adjustability if you want to. I had a Quattro, sold it and got a E-Trac The difference was night & day.
 

Coinboy007

Well-known member
I'd go the E-Trac, very deep on the beach. also FE CO numbers, smartfind and more adjustability if you want to. I had a Quattro, sold it and got a E-Trac The difference was night & day.
Agreed, if you can afford an Etrac that’s the way to go.
 

Nauti

Well-known member
Ive got an etrac and i have owned the quattro as i said earlier.On a beach the quattro will find you just as much stuff as the etrac as will the safari.You dont need all the features of the etrac to be successful on the beach,the quattro is just as deep and far more simple.I used an explorer se for a long while at the beach also and this was no better than the quattro or safari either.All these machines have the same depth and are all great on the beach.
 

kschae4

Well-known member
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