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 Electroscopes 

Many prospectors are using metal detectors to electronically analyze gold bearing areas, reworking the old shafts and tailing piles for specimens overlooked by the old-time miners. If you are considering electronic prospecting, it is best to use tools designed for the job. You can stick with a traditional metal detector, or try an Electroscope. An Electroscope is a new breed and concept of metal detector technology. It is an electronic locator that will recognize the presence of metals from a long distance, up to two miles away on sizeable targets. These fine instruments can aid treasure hunters by providing a direction and an approximate location where treasure might be buried, then you can finish off your recovery of gold, coins, relics, and more using a conventional deep seeking metal detector. Hunting for nuggets, veins, and paystreaks in highly mineralized areas is a natural application for these custom designed instruments. Cover more ground in less time and increase the chance of making a recovery-- after all, the goal of all treasure hunters is to be productive with their equipment and save search time.

Detectorists have a choice of several automatic ground balancing metal detectors on the market today. Some have a switch that allows you to select automatic tuning or manual tuning, and some have a calibrated discrimination mode for analyzing targets. With an Electroscope, you add discrimination by advancing the discrimination knob to eliminate unwanted metals, while gold and silver remain good targets. An electroscope is a bird dog for treasure hunters to get you into the immediate area of the gold and silver.

The value of any detector technology is determined by what the operators find with it. Gold and silver coins, jewelry, and precious metal artifacts are the most coveted. Some of these items have been found with an Electroscope in highly mineralized ground from 60 feet to a half mile away. In each case, the Electroscope narrowed the search area down to approximately 3x3 feet. In most instances, this technology was used in combination with a searchcoil metal detector to pinpoint the target within the search area. The finds ranged from 9 inches to five feet deep.

While the treasure hunting industry offers no single perfect piece of equipment, this unique detecting tool can increase your chances of finding gold, silver, relics— anything a "regular" metal detector would find— but quicker, over a larger area, and from longer distances away. So whether you are a prospector, cache hunter, a coin hunter, or an artifact enthusiast, the excitement of adding an Electroscope to your treasure hunting endeavors just may be for you! Each model of Electroscope comes with an instructional DVD!

Manufacturer's warranty on Electroscopes is a two-year comprehensive warranty covering the entire machine; internal evasion of the equipment voids the warranty. 

Watch this video to see the basics of how an ElectroScope saves you time when out in the field prospecting with a metal detecting. Electroscopes are the finest in long range detectors!

Made in the USA

Made in the USA

Electroscopes by Thomas have been Made in the USA since 1986. These fine instruments can aid treasure hunters by providing a direction and an approximate location where treasure might be buried, then you can finish off your recovery of gold, coins, relics, and more using a conventional deep seeking metal detector. The folks at Electroscopes by Thomas Afilani not only build Electroscopes, they successfully use their products for their own treasure hunting excursions.

    Price:
    $1,495.00
    Price:
    $1,795.00

    Regulator Digital Electroscope

    Price:
    $1,995.00

    Pro-Spector Electroscope

    Price:
    $2,495.00

    Model 301 Digital Electroscope

    Price:
    $495.00

    System-B Electroscope

    Price:
    $695.00

    Model 20 Electroscope

    Price:
    $6,250.00

    Gravitator Electroscope