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  1. #1
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    Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    I was just thinking but are the Fisher lab F-75 & the Teknetics T2 the same detector from the looks and the Specifications they are the same detector....Fisher at $940.00.... the Teknetics $799.00....??
    "...Let no one know what,were or when..."

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    Feb 2004
    Colorado
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    No

    The F75 is an upgraded model. It really has seen good reviews.

    George

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    Oct 2005
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    Or downgraded depending what your going to use it for.
    The early T2 should be avoided. Get Software Revision 6 and the detector should have the hardware improvements of the F75.
    T2's main advantage is the much wider iron range discrimination, F75 though does have a static all metal mode which I prefer to the motion one of the T2 in some circumstances.

    Both show their Bounty Hunter origins. Build quality has been skimped to save a few cents which is a pity.

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    Oct 2005
    Northern, Michigan
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    Quote Originally Posted by U.K. Brian

    Both show their Bounty Hunter origins. Build quality has been skimped to save a few cents which is a pity.
    This is the main reason I haven't purchased a 75 yet. To me it looks like they were smuggled in from China. Even that "fish bone" coil somehow looks Chinese.

    No bad feelings because I'm sure the F-75 is great but to me outward appearance means something.
    "Everything is an anomaly" Michigan Badger

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    Mar 2005
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Michigan Badger
    Quote Originally Posted by U.K. Brian

    Both show their Bounty Hunter origins. Build quality has been skimped to save a few cents which is a pity.
    This is the main reason I haven't purchased a 75 yet. To me it looks like they were smuggled in from China. Even that "fish bone" coil somehow looks Chinese.

    No bad feelings because I'm sure the F-75 is great but to me outward appearance means something.
    you are not the only one who is concerned about the overall quality. i am curious about the fast response time, but first texas scares me a bit. i think i will have to take a wait and see stance and see how these machines hold up.
    GTI 2500/ACE 250

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    Nov 2005
    South Central Kansas
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    Quote Originally Posted by U.K. Brian
    Or downgraded depending what your going to use it for.
    The early T2 should be avoided. Get Software Revision 6 and the detector should have the hardware improvements of the F75.
    T2's main advantage is the much wider iron range discrimination, F75 though does have a non motion pinpoint mode which I prefer to the motion one of the T2.

    Both show their Bounty Hunter origins. Build quality has been skimped to save a few cents which is a pity.
    I have a T2 and I am not sure about the statement an F75 is a non motion pinpoint mode. That would be quite a trick to pinpoint without moving the coil. Kidding aside, lets put out accurate information on TNet. The T2 has a non motion pinpoint mode. The T2 manual is online see for your self readers. T2's are a dang good detector for the price. Have a good day.

    Burdie

  7. #7

    Oct 2005
    XLT, Whites D.F., Treasure Baron, Deepstar, Goldquest, Beachscan, T.D.I., Sovereign, 2x Nautilus, various Arado's, Ixcus Diver, Altek Quadtone, T2, Beach Hunter I.D, GS 5 pulse, Searchman 2 ,V3i
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    Thanks for pointing that out Elf. I did mean the Static all metal mode on the 75 thats not on the T2.
    People did pinpoint before S.P.D. machines came on the market though.

  8. #8
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    Apr 2007
    Elmira, NY
    Minelab e-trac/Tesoro Cortes / Garrett Ace 250 w/15x13 sef butterfly search coil
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    I was told by a sales rep that the fisher has a more sensitive coil.

  9. #9
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    May 2004
    Sacramento, CA
    Spectra V3i, Minelab GPX 4000, Gold Bug 2, Troy Shadow X2, Fisher M-Scope FX-3, Fisher 1220X PRO, Fisher CZ-21, Garrett Pro-pointer
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    Re: Fisher lab's F-75 & Teknetics T2

    I had my Gold Bug 2 serviced just before Fisher was sold. When I called to ask if the rumor of its sale was true, I was told it had been purchsed by Bounty Hunter. That is why you send your "Fisher" metal detector for repairs to Texas now.
    Darryl

 

 

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