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|Options||Blisstool LTC64X v3||Tesoro Tejon|
|Battery Type||Sealed||8 AA|
|Operating frequency||8 kHz.||17.2 - 17.6 kHz.|
|Ability to change coils||Yes||Yes|
|Ground balance||Auto, Manual||Manual|
|Waterproof||Coil only||Coil only|
|Number of Reviews|| 2
|Avg. User Rating||2.60||4.49|
|Avg. Durability Rating||3.50||5.00|
|Avg. Ease of Use Rating||2.00||4.25|
|Avg. Depth Rating|
Most helpful review for Blisstool LTC64X v3Its good for parks.
I recently purchased this Blisstool detector and have got out for few times now. So far what I have read is that no good for public parks or areas with a lot of trash, however I have gone to few local parks and some others in the Longview area and so far I have been successfully hunting with it.
On my first day out with it it took me little of time to set the ground balance correctly but once I tuned in it was just great. Down in Longview I found a silver earing about 7" down and on each target that I found I was rising the coil to see how dip from the coil will it see each target and I am impressed with the depth of this machine.
Each time that I have been able to use it's just little less hard to set the balance correctly and on the Manual mode it's just great to use it.
I have to said that If there are targets dipper than 12" inches this will get them with no problem at all. That same day I got a copper washer that was about 13" down and it sound loud and solid on each pass.
On my next trip to a different park in Vancouver I found a Nice 925 Italy silver pendent and few feet away I found the chain for it, the pendent was at 7" and the chain at 4".
So on my opinion it's a great detector, the only thing that I don't like is the fact that it's a single tone machine but the discrimination to nails it's great and compensates for the one tone future.
The discrimination is so good that it has a discrimination depth and it will discriminate correctly down to 10", more than 11" the discrimination is not so good but the tone will not be as good as with a non ferrous target.
Abel Villasenor from Camas Wa.
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Most helpful review for Tesoro TejonWhy I Came Back To The Tesoro Tejon
I'm on my third new Tesoro Tejon now. I sold the other two due to believing negative comments I read on the various forums.
Beware of anything you read about any detector! Yes, that includes here.
When I think of all the time and money I wasted jumping from one new super brand to the other it makes me very sad.
Today we have tones and meters and all sorts of big talk about frequencies and all the rest. But the bottom line is finds.
With the Tejon I find everything worth finding at a site. I have completely covered sites with the Tejon and when I rehunted them with the latest super machines I found nothing more worth digging.
As a commenter below implied, the Tejon is a nearly perfect detector for coins, jewelry, and relics.
It has depth like I never found in any of those expensive hot-shot brands and models I bought because some know-it-all convinced me it was vastly superior to any other brand or model.
Most of those other very popular “super deep” brands are so noisy and jumpy they'll frustrate you beyond belief and rob you of finds.
Everybody today is talking tones. I found them to be just as misleading as meter readings can be. Targets masked or buried deep often do not sound or read as they do in air tests. Ground masking can and often does change the whole picture.
So today I hear they now have color TV detectors! My! That should prove entertaining.
Then there are the “it ain't like it used ta be” guys. You know, the older Tesoros were much better. I tried those and while good they don't compare to Tesoro's latest models. Do people really think Tesoro would quit making a better machine in favor of an inferior one?
As for me I like finds. Give me the Tejon and you use what you like best.
Coinshooter48 from MI U.S.A.
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