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    us
    Feb 2011
    southwestern, va.
    Nokta Fors CoRe, garretts gti2500, gtp1350 minelab 30 whites coinmaster 3 and a DFX300.
    295
    59 times
    Metal Detecting

    Oldest but best

    What is the oldest detector that you use most every time you go out. My wife still uses a Garrett's 2500 with the treasure talk feature, she loves it.
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    Don.yeah this is fun.........i love my job.

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    us
    Coin Rescue Tech

    Jun 2014
    Northern O-H-I-O
    F75 LTD, 1280X Aquanaut, & an F2 (loaner)
    11,606
    17193 times
    Metal Detecting
    Banner Finds (1)
    I'm still swinging the F75LTD I picked up back in 2014 and when I hunt in the local beaches I pull out the 1280X.
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    Rescuing Coins 1 Beep at a time

  3. #3
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    us
    Mar 2011
    San Diego
    Equinox 800, Treasure Probe IV, E-Trac, 3 Excal 1000's, White's GM3 V-sat. White's TM808, VibraProbe, 15" NEL Attack, 5X10 Joey, Steath 920ix and 720i, TRX, etc....
    10,126
    8041 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Honorable Mentions (3)
    It depends on where I'm going and what I'm trying to find.
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    Something new is coming, the Cygnus, don't be left behind. A 22nd century detector for 21st century detectorists.

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    us
    Aug 2013
    Some where out there
    Equinox 800 / XP Deus / ORX / Simplex+
    8,081
    8429 times
    Sadly my oldest detectors are now long gone. My favorite when I first started was the Excal and still miss having one.
    Now it’s the Equinox for me.
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    “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.”
    – Albert Einstein

  5. #5

    Mar 2007
    Salinas, CA
    Explorer II, Compass 77b, Tesoro shadow X2
    13,667
    10073 times
    Banner Finds (4)
    I keep a Compass 77b, circa 1973 to '75-ish handy. They were good for seeing through nails. Like in ghost-townsy environments. In all other ways it is a dinosaur . Ie.: limited to 4" or 5" of depth, and no other form of discrimination, and not good in minerals. But in certain situations/needs, it still has a place.
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  6. #6
    us
    May 2010
    Northern Ohio
    Fisher, Teknetics, Minelab, XP
    679
    608 times
    Metal Detecting
    Honorable Mentions (1)
    The oldest I still use is a Fisher CZ3D which was produced in 2004.
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