Eurotek-Pro Review by Jasen Matthee

My experience with a Teknetics Eurotek-Pro bought from Wolfgang at Metal Detectors 4 Africa.

Eurotek Pro Metal Detector review, treasure found in South Africa.

Eurotek Pro Metal Detector review, treasure found in South Africa.

In the beginning of 2015 I received my Eurotek-Pro as a Christmas gift and I was super excited. My first day out testing the machine was exciting learning and understanding the features. It is not a complicated machine at all so I picked up quite quickly on how it functions.

I’ve used the machine both inland and on the coast and it has never given me a day’s trouble. The relic hunting is what hooked me to this amazing hobby.
Throughout the year I’ve travelled to Anglo Boer war sites to see what history I could uncover. The Eurotek-Pro did not disappoint. In Middleburg, I saw what an excellent machine I had.

Eurotek Pro metal detector review, Eurotek pro in the fields of Africa.

Eurotek Pro metal detector review, Eurotek pro in the fields of Africa.

While detecting in an open field with fellow detectorists a frustrated lady came to me to see what machine I was using as hers was malfunctioning. It seems we were standing under overhead power lines I never even noticed. The sensitivity settings on my Eurotek-Pro was on its max and it still worked like a dream, no interference at all.

Suiferbult is another fantastic site, the amount of history to be recovered there is endless. It was at this site that I discovered the amazing helmet plate badge of a British soldier.

Treasure found with the Eurotek Pro metal detector.

Before and After.

Overall the Eurotek-Pro is a super machine with its built-in pin pointer and very light structure. Target I’D is very accurate and there is good depth perception. I recommend this machine to anyone who wants to join in on the fun.
Here is a photo of my finds from 2015. All made with the Teknetics Eurotek-Pro.

Treasure found with the Eurotek Pro metal detector in South Africa.

Treasure found with the Eurotek Pro metal detector in South Africa.

Happy hunting
Jasen Matthee