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Old 04-16-2019, 11:07 PM
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Default Tarsacci detector website now up and running

https://tarsacci.com

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Old 04-17-2019, 10:39 AM
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Looking forward to a review 😁

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Old 04-17-2019, 11:27 AM
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Sort of a cheesy website...
makes one wonder just a little

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I really like the looks of it...especially the whole shaft design and build. I would guess this will be a worthy machine, but won't be dominating the MD market.
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Old 04-17-2019, 02:36 PM
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Not enough videos showing me it is any better than the competition out there.

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Old 04-17-2019, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by GreenMeanie View post
Not enough videos showing me it is any better than the competition out there.
Well, I don’t hunt salt sand or salt water. Seems this detector will give signal on a 14” deep nickel in this environment.
Don’t know of another VLF detector that can do.
I haven’t witnessed personally.
Some folks using the detector in such environments are finding gold rings, deeper. Seems the Nox goes whiff on these.
Folks using in such environments are not digging much iron or ferrous thingies either.
Also seems EQX looses 2.6” of depth innsalt water/salt sand on US. Nickel. Tarsacci actually gains depth in this environment. Tarsacci is deeper in salt sand -salt water than it is in dry sand.
Yeah one can watch the pi users dig iron. While a Tarsacci user digs nonferrous.

There may never be many actual water targets dug and videoed. Why?
Tarsacci audio by way of external speaker not very loud.
Good in headphones though.

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Old 04-17-2019, 05:05 PM
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I have hit some deep stuff with the nox on the RI salt beaches.
To be honest sometimes the nox goes too deep lol being my drive is long to get there I don't want to be digging to China for nothing and eating up valuable time.
I caught your videos but was hoping to see people do some more salt water videos but there isn't much of those up.
To me it just doesn't seem to do enough over my NOX or DEUS for the asking price. But that is just me maybe others can see the value.
I even asked Badgers friend in NH and he tells me he hasn't been convinced yet to buy one and he hunts the same conditions I do when salt hunting.

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Old 04-17-2019, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by GreenMeanie View post
I have hit some deep stuff with the nox on the RI salt beaches.
To be honest sometimes the nox goes too deep lol being my drive is long to get there I don't want to be digging to China for nothing and eating up valuable time.
I caught your videos but was hoping to see people do some more salt water videos but there isn't much of those up.
To me it just doesn't seem to do enough over my NOX or DEUS for the asking price. But that is just me maybe others can see the value.
I even asked Badgers friend in NH and he tells me he hasn't been convinced yet to buy one and he hunts the same conditions I do when salt hunting.
Yeah, I understand. They aren’t cheap.

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Old 04-17-2019, 06:27 PM
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Did you do a recovery test video with the tarsacci?
I looked but didn't see a video on your channel not sure if I just missed it?

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Old 04-17-2019, 07:24 PM
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tnsharpshooter
Did you do a recovery test video with the tarsacci?
I looked but didn't see a video on your channel not sure if I just missed it?
Not exactly.
Detector does extract nonferrous out of mineral above average. Definitely for freq run.

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Old 04-18-2019, 08:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Foragist View post
I really like the looks of it...especially the whole shaft design and build. I would guess this will be a worthy machine, but won't be dominating the MD market.
The detector was designed for salt water and heavy mineralize locations, it is not for a park or for coin shooting.

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Always interesting to see a new detector company throw their hat into the ring but the $1500+ price tag is a bit steep although I do remember that it wasn't so long ago when the T2 SE and F 75 were over $1000. Because of this, I was skeptical of the Equinox when it was first introduced, especially since it was coming in under the $1000 for either model. Equinox really is the best bang-for-the-buck detector on the market currently; a lot of success stories from the Equinox users out there. I wish this new company well in their endeavors.

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Old 04-19-2019, 11:00 AM
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The warranty is posted on the site.

Register within 40 days or no warranty

Warranty to original purchaser only.

“The warranty will be considered void/invalid if the product was not properly registered to Tarsacci. This warranty is extended to the purchaser identified in the Product Registration Form (“Purchaser”).
The Purchaser has up to 40 calendar days from the date of purchase to register their product for this warranty to to be valid.”

https://tarsacci.com/warranty-policy/

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