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Thread: What do I actually gain by going from a $100 to a $500 metal detector?

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  1. #46
    Nov 2016
    Tucson, AZ
    Tesoro Vaquero
    103 times
    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    You will not be able to "guess" the size, depth, or general possibility of what it is.
    I have to say, I got pretty good at doing exactly that with a $99 machine. I liked the analog disc knob on my BH so much that upgrading to a Tesoro was an easy choice. I wonder how much people's first detectors influence their upgrade paths. Mine certainly did. I tried my mom's pushbutton Fishers and hated their controls and their sounds.

  2. #47

    Sep 2017
    9 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Price doesn't always equate with performance, and even when it does the difference isn't always worth the price. To have your question answered properly, you should join a local club and talk to members about their machines and go on hunts with them to observe their machines in action. You should also look at comparison tests here and on other forums and on youtube (but take those with a grain of salt).


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