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DeepTech Vista X Introduction Video

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Published on May 14, 2019

“Hello all, hope you’ve all had a great weekend. We’ve just put a short video covering some of the aspects on the DeepTech Vista X together, some of the features that you’ll see in the video has been altered but we will be making a new video on these changes very soon. We’ve had so much interest in the Vista X, we put a video together as fast as possible to show some of these new features. Thank you for your patience, more information and update video on performance coming shortly. Recommended retail price: 580 Euro”

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Looks promising.

My takes as an avid Tejon user is they trigger system looks awkward. Sound seem to be improved and using a 2 tone break rather than listening for a break should be easier to new users. Iron audio is a huge plus but not sure how good it is on large iron that may sound off beyond the discrim setting. My guess is it will be like most other detectors in that aspect.

Funny how people shun the analog machines over the usual vdi when learning a good analog machine will make them really excel with a vdi.

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Hello all In the short video below we show you how the alternative discrimination works over some wanted and unwanted items, we show in the video that you can discriminate them American nightmare coins that are the Zinc Pennies and in the video it’s a 1993 Zinc Penny, also we show other items like coke that is very undesirable to many but the Vista X is able to punch through the coke to find a silver Hammered coin underneath.

 

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Did they ever explain the reason for the odd shaped dd coil? Seem more cosmetic than function.

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Cosmetic if you are nice or gimmick if you are a cynic like me :smile:

Now that DeepTech has dealers and a service center (green on map below) in the U.S. I will add their detectors to the detector database.

http://deeptech-bg.com/contact-us

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