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Extra 10% Off Tesoro Detectors & Accessories

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Serious Detecting is offering an extra 10% off all Tesoro product in stock. With the uncertainty surrounding Tesoro there are likely deals to be had from dealers looking to clear stock, so shop around. I normally don't post stuff like this exactly but for anyone who has a Tesoro detector this may be a great time to get that new scuff cover you need or some other item... just in case supplies dry up. Serious has a pretty deep stock of accessory items.


Tesoro Flash Sale at Serious Detecting

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Might be like the Bigfoot if Tesoro actually does go away. Buy them all and sell for twice the price in a couple years....

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