Garrett GTI 2500 Metal Detector Review

Garrett GTI 2500 Metal Detector Review

Anyone who has been using a metal detector for a while and is ready for something that is a little more powerful and advanced may want to consider the Garrett GTI 2500. This metal detector is a far cry from basic units that will struggle to pick up items in the ground and is incredibly powerful, although it still remains relatively easy to use, which is great for anyone who is serious and devoted to this hobby. 

The Garrett GTI 2500 provides great depth and size technology and provides additional information to the user so that they can easily determine what the object in the ground is, and if it is worth trying to dig it out. The ScanTrack and TreasureTalk features allow users plenty of control when hunting and make identifying objects faster and easier than ever.

Not only does this metal detector come with headphones, so users can hunt on their own without bothering anyone else, but it also has a powerful LCD screen that displays the Graphic Target Imaging. It’s never been easier than it is now to determine the location and identity of hidden objects. The colorful graphics are incredibly easy to read and provide impressive accuracy when it comes to identification, reducing frustration on the part of the user. 

Rather than wasting time digging in the ground only to discover that the hidden object was a pull tab or a bottle cap, this metal detector visually identifies what is buried. It’s a great option for serious hobbyists who are tired of wasting their time with less powerful metal detectors. The impressive coil is powerful and responsive, making it a great option for use in almost all conditions, and the included splash cover ensures that the display won’t be damaged if the weather turns foul while out hunting for treasure.


  • 11.12.2015
Mark
 

Hi, there! My name is Mark and I'm the owner of Detectorists Club. I am keen on hunting the coins of the Roman Empire and of the Middle Ages as well as searching for various artifacts of that period. In my blogs, I usually post my reports on findings and treasures as well as different stories about treasures found in different territories. I'm always glad to meet like-minded people who want to share their treasure hunting and metal detecting stories, so get involved!