Whites Eagle Spectrum
Based on 17 reviews
Avg. Durability: 4.33
Avg. Ease of use: 5.00
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My brother, who i tried to get into the hobby with me(the reason I bought two detectors last year) walked up to me just as I was digging(the same yard he tried to find something in) and witnessed the find. We were both up half the night talking about all the stuff we must have missed! The VDI scale on this detector seems much more "detailed" or "reassuring" that when you hit, you found "something" other than bottle caps or nails or trash!
Now I have the confidence I lacked all last year. Can't wait to get out again and spend some time digging! Thanks Whites EAGLE SPECTRUM! It wasn't me blundering around afterall!
Steve from Boston,MA
Best machine still
It is excellent for finding old coins. Great machine for relics and a real good dry sand beach machine.
If you find a used one...buy it. It is one classic that stands the test of time
Steve from CLeveland, Ohio USA
Whites eagle Spectrum
Blue Max DeepScan 950 and itŽs great. I love him,
the Deep is better than other new detectors, itŽs fast and function perfectly. The only minus is the Battery is after 8 hours empty.
Tokzid from Germany
5 stars is not enough!
The Spectrum is almost like the XLT, but with a few less option break downs and user save slots. The Display is easier to see on the XLT and that's the only real thing I give it over the Spectrum. Weight is not a problem, as it's very well balanced and easy to swing. If you want and XLT but do not want t opay as much, get an Eagle Spectrum and you will not be sorry!
Scott Beasley from South Carolina
More than a dozen years after its introduction,
this machine is still a leader! It's time tested!
Deep and accurate!
Bill from Michigan
White`s eagle spectrum
Also i would like to change an expirience with other White`s Eagle Spectrum users.
Regards from Sirmium
Marcus Aurelius from Sirmium
Whites Eagle Spectrum..1992/93
The basic object of any one metal detecting is to get whats in the ground.I have used the GTI-2500/Fisher CZ-5/Teserro de-leon/Whites Xlt-E Series & MXT> For overall performance/depth
ease of operation & accuracy, The Whites Eagle Spectrum is out front by a mile. No add on gadgets
or different coils. Straight out of the box w/
std-950 coil. beach-copper penny 12/13 inches.
Indian head in missouri dirt-9 inches.
Pocket knifes=12 inches. Tin sardine-can on a Texas black clay creek bank 26 measured inches.
Gold & silver rings 9/12 inches anywhere.Dead on pinpointing, VDI #'s you can learn & understand.
Equally good relic performance. Recovery speed is a little slower than some might like if they are in a hurry.I have used this machine in Florida/calf/oregon/missouri & Texas. Recovered over 22000 coins(3 yrs) (513) wheaties) 3- 4x9" boxes of assorited real & costume jewelry.40's & 50's
metal toy trucks/cars/planes. (26"18k-gold chain w/18k medalion @ 9-inches. Kind of sound like a salesman don't I ? Well thats about it. I bought all the hoopla and the (YOU GOTA HAVE THIS ONE"
advertisement). If you are a coin shooter and
would like to dig some other good stuff along the way. Consider a Eagle Spectrum/ if you can find one-others are catching on.I am not the only one
bragging about it. I am a Native Texan & bragging is a Birth-Right Ken. C. Lakehills, Texas
firstname.lastname@example.org..Keep Diggin It's there somewhere!
Ken. Cunningham from Lakehills, Texas USA