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Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X Metal Detector
There,s probably no one anywhere in the country that has not at least heard about the hottest show on cable TV today . . . Duck Dynasty! Following the Robertson family members who work in the Duck Commander Company, a company started by Phil Robertson some 40 years ago in rural Louisiana, millions of viewers tune in each week to watch the story of a family that works hard and plays harder. A regular on the show is Si Roberston - Phil,s brother. On one episode, he pulled his metal detector out of the garage and with the help of his fellow cast mates...
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC1X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC1X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC1X Metal Detector
At first glance, the TC1X detector is packaged to get your attention! The current Duck Dynasty phenomenon is not lost to anyone who is the least bit aware of current trends in advertising. The graphic design of the box was something that instantly made me want to get at the detector inside but other obligations demanded my attention. When I finally managed to set aside enough time to give this detector a try, I was struck by the simplicity and efficiency of the packaging. Without even opening the manual, it was easy to assemble the TC1X in just a few minutes. What...
Treasure Commander Phil Robertson TC3X
Treasure Commander Phil Robertson TC3X
Treasure Commander Phil Robertson TC3X Metal Detector
When I first took the TC3X out of the box it was obvious that this machine was similar in styling to the TC1X and the TC2X detectors. The distinctive camouflage marking and the sleek trigger handle make this metal detector a very attractive piece of equipment. Within the first few minutes I was able to assemble this beauty and began to investigate some of the very interesting features which help to set this detector a notch above the other members of the Treasure Commander series....
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X
Treasure Commander Si Robertson TC2X Metal Detector
The TC2X metal detector is packaged is a similar fashion to the other detector in this series. Duck Dynasty camouflage and distinctive pictures make for an interesting presentation. Just like its little brother, the TC2X was very easy to assemble. Attaching the upper shaft to the lower shaft was competed with one simple motion and the shaft of the detector was ready to receive the coil wiring. Using the conveniently supplied pull cord made getting this model into the field a breeze....
Detech 12.5" EXCelerator Coil ONLY(DFX/MXT)
Detech 12.5" EXCelerator Coil ONLY(DFX/MXT)
Test Team Field Tests EXcelerator Coils
Only two teams of two-people each were selected for the "First" test-run. We selected two parks that are 5 minutes away from the Kellyco Building. Each park has been absolutely positively detected "to death" by our Test Team and customers living in this area. We decided as tough as these parks were it would be a true test of these new search coils....
Denitsa 18x15" SEF Butterfly Search Coil (Spectra V3, DFX, MXT, M6)
Denitsa 18x15" SEF Butterfly Search Coil (Spectra V3, DFX, MXT, M6)
SEF Field Test Report
When metal detector manufacturers design a detector, they choose a coil that will work well under a wide range of conditions -in terms of ground mineralization as well as target concentration and depth. What experienced hunters have come to realize is that there is no one perfect coil for all conditions -at times a smaller coil will pull valuables from amongst trash a larger coil cant while at other times, a larger coil will reach targets that might otherwise have been missed. In addition, there are times when a Double-D design will work better than a concentric de...
White's DFX 300
White's DFX 300
Whites DFX Metal Detector Field Test Report by JW
Whites Electronics Newest metal detector the DFX is definitely one of the BEST detectors I have ever used. I spent a lot of time with the XLT Spectrum series and thought that was the best detector available at that time. I personally sold many hundreds of this model to my Kellyco customers. However when I was given the opportunity to test and use the new DFX I was tremendously impressed. I really put the DFX through some tough hunting in the woods and scrub brush where relics were cleaned out years ago to beaches and even in shallow wat...
White's DFX 300
White's DFX 300
Whites DFX Metal Detector Field Test Report
John Fetner, Vice President and General Manager of Kellyco Metal Detector Distributors has actively been involved in metal detecting and treasure hunting for over 20 years. John has hunted extensively throughout Florida and Southeastern United States as well as in the Southwest and California. He has been on treasure hunting expeditions deep into the Florida Everglades, Europes Northern Italy as well as many islands in the Caribbean. ...
White's DFX 300
White's DFX 300
Whites DFX Metal Detector Field Tests at Kellyco Metal Detec
I finally got to take my new Whites DFX out for a test on Saturday. The first place I tried was a high trash area. Along side an old railroad bed, it must have been a site where some maintenance or some metal work occurred. I dug lots of aluminum and copper. Learned a lot about the detector though, especially the preprogrammed coin mode. I havent finished that site yet. But will probably shift to either the DP-Silver or Hi-Trash mode next time. The second site I tried was much cleaner very little trash. Coin mode worked great there. I managed to find 24 cents in ...
Viper Hybrid Trident
Viper Hybrid Trident
The Viper Trident All-Purpose Detector
Searching for valuables lost in the water has been a passion of mine for more than 30 years and it is truly one of the last forms of treasure hunting where valuable targets are continually being replenished in areas that are searched on a regular basis. After all, if a Civil War campsite or old picnic grove is hunted by experienced detectorists, the number of finds will continue to drop until there is really nothing left to find. On the other hand, a popular beach will have a new &ldquocrop&rdquo of coins and jewelry deposited after every warm weekend, prov...