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Tesoro Tejon

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Steve Herschbach
  • Price: $ 594 Freq: 17.4 kHz Weight: 2.98 lbs Waterproof?: No Current?: No

The Tesoro Tejon metal detector was introduced in 2003 and ceased production in 2018. It is a 17.4 kHz VLF metal detector aimed primarily at coin, jewelry, relic, and gold nugget detecting.

"The Tejon features a dual discriminator that is activated by an effortless trigger switch, allowing for an instant target check. This detector also includes a tone adjustment option, which is designed for treasure hunters who have lost the ability to hear certain audio frequencies. The Tejon pushes the coil’s signal deeper while increasing sensitivity for smaller targets. This unit is full of features that amount to more informed choices, less time digging trash, and most importantly: more time hunting." Source: Tesoro 2013 catalog

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Tesoro Tejon metal detector

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Tesoro Tejon control panel

  • Dual ED180 Discrimination Circuits
  • Easy To USe Trigger Mode Switch
  • MAXBoost Sensitivity
  • Adjustable Audio Tone Control
  • 3-3/4 Turn Ground Control
  • Compatible With Lobo SuperTRAQ Coils
  • Operating Frequency    17.2 to 17.6 kHz
  • Searchcoil Type    Monolithic (Carbon Fiber)
  • Searchcoil Size    9 x 8
  • Searchcoil Family    Delta
  • Cable Length    Approx. 42"
  • Audio Frequency    Approx. 215 to 830 Hz
  • Audio Output    2 ¼" speaker and headphone jack
  • Headphone Compatibility    ¼" stereo plug
  • Weight (may vary slightly)    2.98 lbs
  • Battery Requirement    Eight AA (alkaline)

Official Tesoro Tejon Product Page

Tesoro Tejon Owner's Manual

Forum Threads Tagged "tesoro detector"

Tesoro Metal Detectors Forum

 

Edited by Steve Herschbach



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kac

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

I have a Tejon with the concentric coil for about a year and it has brought new life to old grounds that I have hit with my AT Pro. Within a week I found a hefty gold ring from the 1930's with 7 sapphires and 4 diamonds mixed in with square and round tabs in a local park. The machine does take some getting used to and learning curve is a little more than the typical VDI machines when distinguishing the good from the bad. It will excel in trashy areas and can snipe out good targets with a clean signal amongst the trash once you know the unit. The silent search is nice and the user can look around and enjoy the day rather than keep looking at a display. Don't get me wrong, I do like my AT Pro and it serves me well but the Tesoro won me over.

 

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