A Letter from Richard Walburn
Rangertell, I am so excited with the Rodette that I am speechless! At this point I have turned all of my efforts on to the Rodette for in-close field use. On two sites last week I knew this Rodette was working. Call it gut feeling, because at this point I am handling the site logistics for two recoveries.
Onsite historically the cache is about 270 pounds, I waited for technology that one day would do the impossible task. Your Rodette works and I am so excited!
Well now I am proud to say that I can throw all of this smart NERS field charts stuff away in the trash. Because the Rodette IS NOT AFFECTED BY ALL OF THIS CACHE NERS FIELD PROJECTION STUFF!
I still can’t believe after all these years that I have been saying this. I have preached so much about it naturally, because I use this energy as a tracking medium.
Over the years I had used a range of popular “E scopes”, “A rods”, MDFs even gutted the E scopes hooked up to an MFD the way Mr. M does. All responded the same for me in this rejection noble metal pollution environment with expert efficiency on the rejection energy only. You could choose “A to Z” for the same data which was a guaranteed falsely dug hole every time and every visit!
So naturally for a guy like me that has spent 25years at this, I was impressed to see that the Rodette was very different than the rest of the stuff on the Treasure Hunting Market that I was personally familiar with. I have tried just about everything out there except the units costing thousands and thousands of dollars that I just could not afford to test and trash when they didn’t work for me, as I had done over the years with other equipment.
These are massive caches! Not lost pocket change and rings on the beach. I am totally in disbelief of what this Rodette seems to be doing in the filed on REAL Treasure Cache Tests. I am pleasant slave to the Rodette now until I learn absolutely everything I can possibly learn about this unit’s performance on many test sites as well.
Rangertell, I thank you for what you have contributed to the Treasure Hunting Equipment. I have never said this before to any manufacturer of equipment.
I have been a diehard Treasure Hunter for 25 years. I made numerous discoveries. I put about $500,000 into the development of NERS and I couldn’t find the loot on the site except by encrypted coded waybills with a green suit at the end of the search.
Now I can find the exact point and I am so happy about that. The Rodette probe will end the search from the beginning to the end of the NERS study.
A long awaited experience.
Richard Walburn – California