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  1. #1
    jo
    Jun 2011
    North (Irbid)
    14

    ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    HELLO EVERYBODY ......


    I REALLY "REALLY" WANT TO KNOW WHICH IS BETTER( White's TM 808 OR Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound ) ? ? ? ? ?

    *Give the best results even in the toughest mineral conditions ! ! ! !
    *Stable operation in the most severe ground conditions( excluding beaches ) ! ! ! !

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    And i heard that the "kind" of Batteries may determine the power and the quality of the results ! ! ! ! ! Rechargeable Battery (C-Cell ) as in White's TM 808 , AA-Batteries as in Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound


    Best regards ,

    Mohammad kamal
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  2. #2
    jo
    Jun 2011
    North (Irbid)
    14

    Re: ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    Which do you think the closest metal detector will accomplish this missions and capture the targets :

    [b] * Mission one : it is a rainy day , the ground is rough (mixed, not a beach ) , the target is a can of soda filled with gold or silver coins , the depth is (3 feet / 90 cm ) .

    [b] * Mission two : it is another rainy day , the ground is rough (mixed, not a beach) , the target is a box ( 15 cm3) filled with gold or silver coins, the depth is (6.5 feet / 200 cm).


    I have never before used a metal detector !!!!!!!!!!
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  3. #3

    Jul 2007
    6

    Re: ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    Well , GTI 2500 is a all purpose metal detector
    you have 2 good detector in 1
    but TM808 is a hoard hunter

    when using a TM808 you need a Vlf type detector like GTI or DFX or Explorer for pinpoint and discrimination on shallow target
    cause the TM has no discrimination and in field detecting it make you crazy and most fields are full of shallow trash

    but tm808 has better detection depth
    45 * 45 cm Plate can detect in 3 meters depth in good soil condition (expert user)

    but i love PI detectors they a PS2 with 1*1 coil is much better

  4. #4
    us
    I deal in reality

    Mar 2010
    Maryland
    XLT , surfmaster PI , HAYS 2Box , VIBRA-TECTOR
    7,829
    1916 times

    Re: ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    The big difference is the 808 is a true 2Box. It transmits on the rear coil and receives on the front coil. This separation of transmitter and receiver is what gives you the dept. It will pick up a .50 cal. ammo box at over 12'. If you are looking for large caches at dept, this is what you want.
    Now lets take the Garrett. You have a regular metal detector with two coils attached. They both transmit and receive so you loose that separation advantage. It won't pick up the .50 cal. ammo box at 12 '. Why did I use a .50 cal ammo box as an example? Because I just picked one up with my Hays 2Box unit at 12'. Frank

  5. #5
    us
    Apr 2011
    NW PA
    Garret GTI 1500/Minelab Safari
    83

    Re: ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankn
    The big difference is the 808 is a true 2Box. It transmits on the rear coil and receives on the front coil. This separation of transmitter and receiver is what gives you the dept. It will pick up a .50 cal. ammo box at over 12'. If you are looking for large caches at dept, this is what you want.
    Now lets take the Garrett. You have a regular metal detector with two coils attached. They both transmit and receive so you loose that separation advantage. It won't pick up the .50 cal. ammo box at 12 '. Why did I use a .50 cal ammo box as an example? Because I just picked one up with my Hays 2Box unit at 12'. Frank
    What was in the box? Ammo? A hoard of coins? The magazines I hid from my grandmother when I was a teenager? HH. Bryan H.
    Bryan H.

  6. #6
    us
    I deal in reality

    Mar 2010
    Maryland
    XLT , surfmaster PI , HAYS 2Box , VIBRA-TECTOR
    7,829
    1916 times

    Re: ::::.. White's TM 808 VS Garrett GTI 2500 Pro+Eagle Eye Treasure Hound .::::

    Bryan H, It was a typical Geocache box. It had a history of the castle,a pen, a music CD- No I don't remember the title, some fishing lures,etc.etc.etc. Geocache is an international game. You get the GPS location of a cache and you go out to find it. When you find it, you fill out the log book in it , Take an item and add an item or two. Frank

 

 

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