Whites Pi 2000, what are your thoughts?
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  1. #1

    Oct 2007
    Melbourne, Australia
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    Whites Pi 2000, what are your thoughts?

    I am looking at a Whites Pi 2000 but do not know anything about them. Any flaws with this machine that any one knows about or things to watch out for that I should know before I part with the bucks?

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    I dug a hole...

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    Mar 2006
    Granby, CT
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    Re: Whites Pi 2000, what are your thoughts?

    It WAS a good detector in its day but had some leakage problems from time to time. If the price is right you can do good ith one. I personally would opt for a more modern PI detector.
    TonyinCT
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    Sep 2007
    Middle Tennessee
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    Re: Whites Pi 2000, what are your thoughts?

    I have not heard of the White's PI 2000. I did an internet search for that term on Google and nothing came up either.

    I had a White's PI machine back in the 1990's and it was o.k. I once used nothing but White's detectors and they still have some of the best machines around but if I were you, and you are good with a PI machine, I would go with a Garrett or Tesoro PI. Garrett makes a great mid level machine called the Sea Hunter which has discrimination capability. Check out the reviews for it and you will see that it is really good. If you want to go high end, check the Infinium. It is like the Sea Hunter on Steroids. Tesoro has some great machines also in the Sand Shark and Tiger Shark. Minelab doesn't offer any mid range water machines but the Excalibur is an awesome VLF water detector too.

    So many detectors, so little time! Good Luck.

    Jim
    An undisciplined hunter with a highly capable machine will miss many more targets than a disciplined hunter with a limited machine.

 

 

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