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« on: July 16, 2014, 09:38:25 am »
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I've been using an At pro for awhile now, recently got a Deleon.
This machine is very impressive. Great depth, solid TID, and super recovery speed. Just love it.

Are there any other Deleon users here?
If so, any tips on settings, etc. Would be most appreciated.
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« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2014, 10:52:12 am »
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I've been using an At pro for awhile now, recently got a Deleon.
This machine is very impressive. Great depth, solid TID, and super recovery speed. Just love it.

Are there any other Deleon users here?
If so, any tips on settings, etc. Would be most appreciated.
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No, I use mainly whites machines but I will tell you one thing for sure Tesoro are absolutely leathal at finding English hammered coins, at a 5th of the price of certain other brands,

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Not too many, if ANY hammered English coins here in Michigan....  Cheesy

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« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2014, 11:13:11 am »
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Hello Kenny,

what might be interested to know for your is that the DeLeon is using the exact same circuit as the more expensive Cortez does. It is only missing the Notch filter - which is not really needed. Tesoro is very easy to use. The only thing to keep in mind is to not set the Disc any higher than 2 or you will loose out many targets / small coins.

For Hammerheads I belive thet XP does a better job by the way as they are more sensitive towards small objects.

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Hello Kenny,

what might be interested to know for your is that the DeLeon is using the exact same circuit as the more expensive Cortez does. It is only missing the Notch filter - which is not really needed. Tesoro is very easy to use. The only thing to keep in mind is to not set the Disc any higher than 2 or you will loose out many targets / small coins.

For Hammerheads I belive thet XP does a better job by the way as they are more sensitive towards small objects.

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Yes the XP Powermaxx range are very good on Hammered coins annoyingly so and very powerfull too, just don't take them on the beach, and you can multi mount the control boxes which is pretty cool Too,

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Even though it doesn't have all the bells and whistles that my At pro has,
I gotta say..... I like this Deleon more than my ATP. ::
I'm a Tesoro fan for life!

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Even though it doesn't have all the bells and whistles that my At pro has,
I gotta say..... I like this Deleon more than my ATP. ::
I'm a Tesoro fan for life!


Damn good machines mate, cant knock em.

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never own a Tesoro, i did try to get a golden Sabre on eBay but i  miss out.
i keep an eye for one

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never own a Tesoro, i did try to get a golden Sabre on eBay but i  miss out.
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Some of their Models (MOST) are like an Aussie Tool Box, not much in there But BOY do they Work, AND LIGHT, If you ever get you will think IS THIS IT?Huh???, And swear the control box is Empty, Fantastic Bits of Kit and some have High FREQS so they are great on Gold,

Go on youTube  and watch the Videos by Norfolk Wolf, He's up in Heavan now God Bless Him but he and some others show you tesoros finding Gold under hot Bricks and under Iron Plates etc, They are a Bugger of a Machine, and Fast MY WORD   Shocked  have fun Dude

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