Garrett GTI 2500 Pro
w/ Treasure Hound Eagle Eye
with 9.5" Deep Searching Imaging Searchcoil
Easy to tune, Easy to use, Very automatic. Let the most Advanced Detector do the work while you recover old coins, rings, jewelry and other treasures. Garrett's top of the line GTI 2500 incorporates more than a quarter century's worth of innovative metal detection technology. Backed by a powerful on board DSP chip, the GTI 2500's unique benefits can't be beat. From the graphic identification of targets to unsurpassed depth capabilities and hunting versatility, the GTI 2500 DOES IT ALL.
And now the GTI-2500 PRO includes the Super Deep Treasure Hound Depth Multiplier with Eagle Eye Pinpoint. Search for larger, deeper targets Scan 15 feet to 20 feet for buried treasure caches and other hidden valuables. With the Eagle Eye front coil, you get precise and accurate pinpointing on small treasure items. Switch from 2 coil searching to conventional pinpoint mode with the touch of a button. Made exclusively for Garrett GTI-2500.
If you take treasure hunting seriously, you need the DSP technology that's incorporated into the GTI 2500.
DSP Technology Will:
- Boost your detection depth by up to 20%
- Provide Frequency Domain Analysis (FDA) of all targets, an advanced signal processing technique unequalled by any conventional filtering or microprocessor techniques
- Adapt to your hunting speed to provide optimum performance.
- Provide the most accurate target ID and discrimination with Graphic Target Analyzing (GTA)
- Offer true size and depth technology with Graphic Target Imaging (GTI) for additional target identification.
- Provide target size information with Graphic Target Profiling (GTP)
- Supply continuous identification of targets in the All-Metal Mode (GTI-2500 only)
- Provide continuous ground tracking for optimum detection depth, even while hunting in discrimination mode
Regardless of how they attempt to illustrate and sell it, with a 28 frequency detector you get 28 weak frequencies. With a single frequency detector like the GTI 2500, however, you get one powerful frequency that's engineered to search deeper and fine more treasure in the most common soils. Buying a metal detector based solely on the number of frequencies it produces will cause you to miss treasure virtually every time you hunt!
Super Deep seeking Scorcher Search coil gives YOU the Ultimate in Treasure Hunting! This is the BEST! Garrett's Scorcher Searchcoil technology is the most advanced... ANYWHERE. The key is Graphic Target Imaging... the ability to measure the size of every detected target. No other search coil can give you imaging. Garrett designed it to help take the guesswork out of detecting. You'll know a targets identification, size, and depth to help you decide whether to dig or not to dig. Dig far more coins and good targets by avoiding trash that no type of discrimination can identify. Deep seeking Scorcher Search coils, the only way to search, and know what's in the ground!!!
Search for treasure at depths greater than you've imagined thanks to the 9.5 inch and the NEW 12.5 inch imaging search coils. Also, Garrett's exclusive Power MasterT circuitry which boost detection depth by a whopping 20%! For those old, deeply buried treasures and relics, the GTI 2500 with the Treasure HoundT Depth MultiplierT with EagleEyeT pinpointing can find treasure at depths no other detector can reach.
Imaging is the ability of a detector to measure the size of buried and concealed metal objects and report that information to the user. It gives both size and true depth of all targets. The GTI 2500 panel display is shown above. On the Image Scale "B" targets are coin sized. "A" size targets are smaller and "C", "D" and "E" size targets are progressively larger.
"The Garrett GTI 2500 proves how much detectors have evolved. The GTI 2500 offers great performance, doing all the work for you without you having to be computer savvy. Graphic Target Imaging has made all the difference."
Ben Myers, Photo journalist and field tester
While you're treasure hunting it's fun to imagine what you might find: a bag of coins, jewelry, war relics, or even a nugget of gold. Only Garrett's patented Graphic Target ImagingT (GTI) technology lets you "see" what's really buried below. Most metal detectors can only determine a target's depth (if it's a coin) and the kind of metal its made of. However, the GTI goes a step further and also reveals the target's true size and true depth (no matter what the target is) via a unique, user-friendly graphic ImagingT display. Sophisticated information like this is invaluable, especially when a detection signal can be attributed to any one of several similarly conductive but different sized objects. For example, a coin, a screw top and a drink can will all trigger a penny signal. Without size information you have no idea what the target really is until you dig it up. The GTI's ability to determine a detected target's size takes the guesswork out of the hunt so you don't waste time digging unwanted items like trash. At the heart this technology is Garrett's exclusive onboard Power Master DSPT (digital signal processing) chip and superior 9 1/2" super deep ImagingT search coil. Power Master DSP gives the GTI the boost of intelligence it needs to discriminate more accurately and find and identify deeply buried objects. Scanning with the 91/2 super deep ImagingT search coil you can find treasure at even greater depths.
Bill Welch, long time treasure hunter and personal friend of Mr. Charles Garrett was recently sent a new GTI 2500 detector by Mr. Garrett to test as part of Garrett's ongoing product evaluation and, Continual Field Testing Program. Bill has owned over 27 different detectors and is constantly being asked to test and evaluate new detector models. When Bill mentioned to Mr. Garrett he was going detecting in Arkansas Mr. "G" wasted no time in getting Bill outfitted for his detecting trip. First day out with his new Garrett GTI 2500, Bill Welch, searching an old house foundation in Arkansas recovered a Cache of US coins including large cents, dimes and nickels dated 1845 thru 1875. Coins were in well preserved metal cigar box that Bill is researching now to see when the box was manufactured. Bill said, "the GTI 2500 is a very smooth operating detector. It is stable and quite easy to use even for a beginner. I had some younger friends accompany me one day and one of the woman was able to operate the GTI with ease. We hit a few parks and found quite a few coins, silver and deep ones among them. The GTI is an excellent detector for both the beginner and the experienced hunter."