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XTerra 70 vs. the 705

fwcrawford

Well-known member
For those that have owned or used both, how do they compare?
I’ve read where some me folks liked the 70 better.
I currently have an XTerra 50 ( 13 years old and trouble free), but thinking
about the 705 at some point to replace it.
Just wondering how people feel about each one.... looks like both are still
popular and well fairly quickly on the classifieds.
 

Digger

Constitutional Patriot
Staff member
Recognizing that we all have different styles of detecting, hunt in different soil conditions and search for various targets......IF I had to chose between the 70 and 705, I'd opt for the 705 for two primary reasons. One, Tracking Ground Balance Offset. And two, Sizing Pinpoint. JMHO HH Randy
 

7centsworth

Well-known member
I would have to say the 70. I have had several of both. And for me I like the 70. They are really close though. 70’s just seem to run smoother fro me with a he detecting I do and the coils I use.
 

momule

Member
I have 2 low serial number X-Terra 70's. Have tried twice with the 705 and always went back to the 70. The bullets in my avatar pic were found at 12" deep with a little high tone in the iron nails. I always use the 18.75 10" DD coil for relic hunting.
 
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