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  1. This is basically just a copy of the review I left for the Fisher F19. The Teknetics G2+ is exactly the same detector but with a different coil and rod setup as normally sold. Electronically and operationally it is the same detector as the F19 with identical performance. I actually kind of prefer the pistol grip design over the S rod on the F19 for comfort but both suit me very well and so frankly its a bit of a toss up for me between the two models. I am a Fisher Gold Bug Pro fan. The machine is lightweight, easy to use, and very effective for what it is designed for. However, the Gold B
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  2. I've now had quite a bit of time on my QED to feel comfortable enough to leave a review for it. The thing about QED reviews is they can become outdated, some of the early QED reviews floating around on Internet already are quite outdated; the QED is one of the few detectors that real updates can happen while under your ownership with improvements from the manufacturer. After having my QED for a few months an update was released that improved and made ground balancing more efficient, it also added support for DD and concentric coils. Although I didn't really need the update as I was hap
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  3. I would like to begin this review with a bit of background. A couple of years ago I received a phone call from an old prospector that I had not seen since since the late 1980s when I was involved in testing a prototype pulse induction detector developed by Bruce Candy, one of the original Minelab team. I had tested one of Bruce's earlier VLF prototypes of the GT16000, in the process of which I turned up a 98 oz nugget in a patch of over 300 ozs. It was while I was in London that I picked up a newspaper and read of a new type of metal detector developed by Eric Foster of Pulse Induction Te
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