Originally Posted by Terry Soloman
Yes, the Sand Shark has a set pulse delay. It is set at about 20uS, as it is intended to use in the water. Up on the wet sand, you can use a 15uS, and the difference in depth is maybe 1/4"-1/2", and when you go in the water, you'll hear each wave go over your coil with a rise and fall in the threshold. At 10uS, you are missing targets and running way too hot in most sand.
The Sand Shark is set at the ideal water, and farm field hunting level, and takes a lot of the guesswork out of the process. Remember, Garrett calls their Delay adjuster a "discriminator." That means you can start losing targets if you don't have a real good idea of what you're doing!
So what is your "honest" NO BS opinion about the pros/cons of the Tesoro Sand Shark and the Garrett Infinium LS and/or even the Whites DF??? I'm NOT saying that you are NOT honest with your posts as I read and try to learn from what you say... so just to let you know!!!
I don't CARE about a lifetime warranty as funny and ridiculous as that sounds. THAT is NOT going to help me find my good target(s) other than make me feel all warm and comfy inside
Seriously people... I don't just go and base my purchases off of "lifetime warranty" that's just ridiculous nonsense to do that... whatever makes you happy I guess is what it comes down to... Just like people don't like the "bell tones" of the ACE and in return doesn't bother me a bit...
So Terry, I'm just asking, what would be your humble opinion and/or expert opinion on the pros/cons of the Tesoro Sand Shark, Garrett Infinium LS, Whites DF, etc? So far you have "taught"/given me quite a bit of information to take and learn frm and THAT I VERY MUCH appreciate sir!!! Thank you for your help Terry and HH \_ to you...