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« on: November 29, 2015, 10:21:48 pm »
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I was online shopping and before I pushed the final button I decided to research on Fisher F5 . I want to make sure Fisher F5 is better than Teknetics Omega8000 . But the performance and depth may be identical ?  I will post some stuff on both of them. Fisher F5 is about $100. Dollars more than the Tecnitics Omega8000. And F5 must be good because I never see a used one for sale?  I will watch some youtuble field tests tonight on both of them. It sounds like the F5 might be real good machine for the money.     Regards.....Eugene

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You know how claims go, Eugene. Every catalog description has the product in question being the best, fastest, deepest and so forth. Only a legitimate field test will reveal the truth of the matter.

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Eugene, I met a Guy who found one of the Celtic quarter Staters with the F5, It's a real good machine even more so in those junk filled site.

and I have never seen one of them coins before or after that day,

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Eugene, I met a Guy who found one of the Celtic quarter Staters with the F5, It's a real good machine even more so in those junk filled site.

and I have never seen one of them coins before or after that day,



I also read very good reports on F5 .   The F5 vs. Teknetics Omega, performance is very close . The F5 picks up coins better in trashy areas [nails] and cost about a 100 dollars more .  I am still reading up on these two machines.

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« Reply #4 on: November 30, 2015, 10:17:27 am »
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Quote:Posted by Eugene52

I also read very good reports on F5 .   The F5 vs. Teknetics Omega, performance is very close . The F5 picks up coins better in trashy areas [nails] and cost about a 100 dollars more .  I am still reading up on these two machines.

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When the F5 came out the F75 was having a few issues, but everyone wanted the F75 but I love the controls on the F5 and I think it is abetter machine in some respects.

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