Teknetics

Deteknix is gone! Just got sued by its competitor

The war between MD manufacturers is running its course. First Texas, the American corporation producing Fisher / Bounty Hunter / Teknetics metal detectors, has sued Deteknix, the American-Chinese manufacturer. The latter has announced its demise, and… a newly established trademark — Quest Metal Detectors. Continue reading

3 Teknetics AmeriTEK detectors (+ price). NEW 2017

Teknetics is going to release its 3 new metal detectors – Teknetics Patriot, Teknetics Liberator, and Teknetics Minuteman. Take a look at the first photo and prices. Are these the new products 2017 you have been waiting for? Has the manufacturer guessed your wishes rightly? Continue reading

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