Teknetics

Teknetics Delta 4000: recovery speed test and rewire

Do you consider a concentric coil capable to distinguish between targets? Or is it DD coils’ exclusive ability? Well, it’s an interesting question. See the test of the unit’s ability to separate close together targets: the Teknetics Delta 4000 metal detector with a standard Teknetics 8 coil (8COIL-7TEK, Concentric). Continue reading

Teknetics T2 Classic (new): recovery speed test. Video

How is it right to perform a recovery speed test – in discrimination or all metal mode? On the one hand, most treasure hunters disc out iron, so it makes sense to perform the tests in discrimination mode. On the other hand, it’s an initially flawed test. Here’s a video to watch: a Teknetics T2 Classic recovery speed test. Continue reading

Teknetics EuroTek PRO: recovery speed test (+depth test)

The Teknetics EuroTek PRO machines failed to become the Garrett ACE killers. Such things do happen: there would seem to be a more awesome detector, but people buy the competitor. As a matter of fact, the Teknetics EuroTek PRO is really more awesome. For instance, in its ability to separate targets. Continue reading

Teknetics G2+ and Detech 13 DD coil. Recovery speed test

Can a coil make a metal detector better? In my opinion, by changing the coil you won’t get anything except the depth. The same ‘improvements’ will go for both mid-level and professional level machines. Here’s a Nail Board test: Teknetics G2+ with a Detech 13 DD Ultimate coil. Continue reading

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