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TEKNETICST2 the best in the westBrian C,
I have had the t2 for three years upgrading to the SE last year. A wonderful machine. I have used many different Tesoro machines which are great hovers. A Minelab explorer. On a site that I tried the Minelab with my usual settings I was finding nothing, yet a few yards away I had found Roman coins!.
I went back with the T2 and I was falling over the finds at a tremendous rate. 30 Roman coins in 20 minutes plus three brooches. The finds keep coming.
On a favorite grass field which I had considered played out with all machines. Wow the T2 made it live again. A Medieval latten spoon at 13 inches. My settings in the main are sens 75 disc 15 sounds 2+ but now I tend to use the boost all the time so the 2+ is replaced by that setting AMAZING!
English searcherBrian C -
I have owned a TekneticsT2 for more than two years now. Starting with a 6 chip T2 Detector found it great. My main site is littered with iron nails but this baby got near to them and still found roman coins. In autumn 2011 I bought a T2 LTD" Special Addition. What a difference when in boost! on most of my sites I run it in boost all the time at sens 75 disc 17. I sometimes have to check small iron signals but soon move on. Deep I should say so.
T2 SE ReviewWes-N-VA in Hampton Roads, VA USA -
I purchased the T2 SE in February 2011. I spent several months reviewing this detector and the F75 LTD. I have been civil war relic hunting for eight years now.
I have used and still use my Minelab Etrac, Tesero Tejon, White's XLT, and all the Minelab Explorers from the S, XS, and II. With this experience and the amount of relics I have found during this time, I feel that I can give a fair and honest review of a metal detector.
I would really give the T2 SE top notch , but they do not offer that here. When I first got the detector I found it to be a very simple machine to set up. I really liked the sleek look of the T2 SE and the all black appearance. The weight was unbelievable! You can swing this detector from sun up to sun down and your arm feels great. Try that with a Minelab. The four AA batteries really helped the relic hunting budget also. You can get two full trips out before you have to change the batteries. When I say trips out, I mean 8 to 9 hours of swinging.
The next week I found the T2 SE as a beast and I have been so excited since then. I found my perfect setting on discrimination mode set at 15, running on +2 tones with the sensitivity set at 92. When I do hit a target that does not hold the pitch or tone, I switch over to Boost Mode and it ALWAYS hits hard and holds the tone. The depth came alive also. Getting an honest 7-10" is common with the T2 SE. What I found wrong on my first trip was that I keep it in Boost Mode and ran the sensitivity around 95. This kept the T2 machine unstable and hitting on very small pieces of metal.
I only use the Boost Mode to clear up soft and deep signals and to enhance a questionable sound. Tall grassy areas is a place I have used it with success in the recent past and it worked very well. I had to swing the detector at a slower pace, but it was stable.
The T2 SE is now my first weapon of choice over my Etrac and Tejon. The speed at which it recovers is unbeatable. The sweep speed is great for those areas you just want to blitz to see what is there. The depth meter is the best I have seen so far. Pinpointing was easy for me since I was used to the DD coil. The large display screen is easy to read and the target ID is dead on.
My only negative issues is the EMI and not being able to hunt near my friends since they all use the Minelab Explorers. Way to much interference! I have to stay about twenty yards or more away from them so I will not get an ear full of chatter. The EMI was well explained to me before I purchased the detector, so I was aware of this issue. When I get around strong EMI intereference I adjust my sensitivity and switch channel from F1 to F4. It helps and the chatter is easier to work with.
So, with the T2 SE you get one powerful detector that you can use all day without arm fatigue. The T2 SE is deep, reliable, easy to use (after you read the manual a couple of times), fast and not a power hog. I am sold on this machine! and see for yourself. Also, please luck with your decision.
First Day outChris in Plymouth Devon -
Have had many types and makes of detectors but this one takes some beating. First day out found two hammered silver coins, a Roman bow fibula with traces of silver still on it, a coin weight 14c beehive thimble belt attachment and loads of lead some very small and all gave good tight dig me tones. Only dug two deep iron tones.
Settings used in the stubble field was sen 65 dic 5 tone 2+ the field was a well used field that has been gone over by others but the t2 was getting loads of good dig me tones say no more.
Best detector I've usedTom -
I started detecting with a viking , then moved on to a bounty hunter followed by a whites classic III, Whites MXT, Minelab sovereign, Fisher CZ 6a, Teknetics T2, Whites V3 and my current detector is a T2 Ltd. Of all the machines listed the one that has found me the most is the T2. It loves silver hammered coins, and is equally as good on ploughed and grass land. I was a bit skeptical of all the ads claiming that the T2 Ltd was much deeper but I went ahead and bought one. I'm very glad I did as the depth is unbelievable - it's put some new life into some of my favorite sites that I thought I'd cleared out! I wouldn't want to be without my T2 Metal Detector!!
Very good detector. I have owned one for 1.5 years and in that time I have found:
A gold posey ring reads: A friends gift
Loads of roman from worked out sites
7 x celtic staters from diffrent sites
The Honest TruthJohn in PA in Pennsylvania -
I have had my T2 for about 2 years now and I am very, very happy with it! The depth is great, the recovery time is great. I got a 4" coil for it and have went back over some old sites with a tremendous amount of iron in the soil and have pulled out some very nice silver that were masked with the larger coil. I have a friend that I hunt with who is just learning his machine. If I find something deep, I mark it and let him know what I ID it as then he comes over and tries his machine to see what he gets. Anything in the 8" - 10" range he has difficulty with or gets no response where my machine is loud and clear.
Interference. Yes, this machine will have some issues with interference but, by using a combination of the sensitivity and discrimination you can get through it and still get depths to 8" easy. I really haven't experimented with the frequency shift(12.821 - 15.158)
I did have one experience where I was hunting and started getting a pulsing sound. I thought my detector had to get repaired. I couldn't get it to stop. I took it home and fired it up and everything was fine. I went back to find out the behind the row of bushes I was hunting was an electric fence surrounding a pasture! I couldn't use my detector there at all.
Teknetics T2Andy in UK -
TEKNETICS T2 REVIEW
I bought the T2 after long hours on the net doing research on the best buy for me. So I could not find any second hand T2's out there (new model 6.0 software) this is always a good sign, you do not sell it if it works!
So on my first outing being a total novice I did the GC and set it to tone 2+ sensitivity 60 and discrimination on 10. I got these settings of the net as well and it is for use in heavily contaminated ground, iron and lead. And I was stunned at the results! My first tone was a thimble, second was a silver George the V florin 1920. I found a spectacle buckle and a market weight a square coin weight and loads of lead!
Then on my last outing the 3rd I dropped the discrimination to 5 and the sensitivity to 50 and I was flying! I found several Boy Bishop Tokens an 1816 silver sixpence George the III and plenty Vicky pennies.
The T2 is the ideal machine for the novice and the expert. A Roman coin at about 8 inches sounded clear and crisp and the meter read 92! I learned from a friends demonstration not to pay to much attention to the meter but to trust my ears and boy did it work! When in doubt dig it!
The depth on this machine is amazing and it has a build in pin pointer operated by the trigger it tells you where to dig! I found silver on two out of three outings and I must admit it will take me a few months to master the T2 but it is worth it the battery meter has dropped one bar and I have been out for about for 23 hours!
If you are wondering what to buy this is it you can't go wrong with the T2.
Sine my first few times I had a chance to get to know the T2 a little better and I am learning more every outing. It is a very good machine but there is a little chatter when you are close to power lines. Ignore this but listen carefully for the high pitched sounds on 2+. It usually is a winner! Good luck! I might get a chance to test the new Detech SEF (Symmetrical Electromagnetic Field) coil, once I have done this I will post the full report here with pictures of the coil and finds! Oh yeah slow down lads lets test it first!
Suggested settings for the T2
Beach: Tone 3b Sens 90 Disc 40
Relic hunting: Tone +3 Sens 90 disc 10
Iron contaminated ground Tone Dp Sens 75 Disc 18
Iron contaminated ground(2) Sens 70 Disc 15 Tone 2+
Stubble Tone: 1 Sens 60 Disc 25-35
Ancient Sites: Sens 70 Disc 15 Tone 2+
Hard Ground: Sens 75 Disc 18 Tone Dp
Coin Shooting: Sens 95 Disc 35 Tone 1
Riverbank: Sens 90 Disc 35 Tone 1
Pasture: Sens 85 Disc 5 Tone 2+
Dig everything! Sens 70 Disc 5 Tone 1
Well I had time to get to know the T2 and if it is coins you want here are the settings for it. Sensitivity 70. Discrimination 10. Tone 2+. Happy hunting and don't worry about swing speed just make sure you keep the coil on the level while swinging as close to the ground as possible! Listen for the faint signals and silver minted coins come up as 70 on the meter small hammered coins come up as 66. Happy hunting!
Teknetics t2 ltdJames paterson in Airth scotland -
The T2 Teknetics is a Great detector easy to use. I re-detected a field that has been done many times before and nothing had been found. This time I found six coins that were all too deep for the other detectors so I would highly recommend this machine
What a machineSearcher1984 in United kingdom , wiltshire -
I have had the teknetics t2 for about 3 weeks now . I traded in my old minelab soveriegn xs2a pro to help pay for this detector as I felt the minelab just was not getting in between the iron and I was missing the good stuff on my iron infested roman/saxon site's. Well what can I say, I have been out 3 times and found 7 hammered, 29 roman bronze coins, a saxon penny and a siliqua of jovian and lots of buttons and lead at great depth that the minelab had missed (all the finds were on or very close to iron).
Here are my settings sen 75 disc 10 tones 2+ . I am very impressed with this machine and would recommend to everyone!
Andy in Bournemouth -
Teknetics T-2Nelson -
Excellent detector, I just had tested twice on a local park and I had found lots of coins at deeps btw 2 to 8 inches. Easy to set up, very good discrimination and everything that the factory
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