The rugged Coinmaster offers solid performance with features that help you discover coins and jewelry. Target ID shows you the identification of targets as you hunt, so you can see and hear the target, and depth reading helps you know how deep to dig.
This metal detector’s Five-Range Discrimination adjusts so you can hear everything or only the signal types you choose.
At only 2.5 pounds, the Coinmaster is comfortable to use all day with its included pair of 9-volt batteries, and the waterproof 9” Spider Coil is ready for beach exploration.
- Adjustable Sensitivity
- Depth Reading as You Hunt
- Pinpoint/All Metal Mode
- Rugged， Water Resistant Control Box
- Target ID
First one and no complaints
I recently retired and my friends all have detectors (many different brands) and I'm starting to become interested in spending quality time exploring new things. This is one I've always been interested in and a friend who has experience recommended this one. I figured he has been metal detecting for years and has knowledge of products, so I followed his suggestion. I'm not unhappy I at all!
I have been very impressed with the performance of this machine to determine where the good stuff is. I have been detecting for several years now, but I have been loyal to another brand of detectors until I purchased the Coinmaster. I will be upgrading with White's detectors from now on.
Nice equipment for great price!
I upgraded to a Coinmaster from a Garrett Ace 150. I went to places that I had previously searched, and it was like I was searching the area for the first time. My first dig was a 53 wheat, next dig was a small cache at the base of a pecan tree that contained a 1921 Morgan, 11 wheats, 2 Indian heads, 3 buffalo, 2 barber quarters, 2 merc, and an 1875 dime. I had been over the same spot the previous day with my old detector, and didn't pick it up.
First day and already found stuff
so I just got this today and I'm very impressed with the accuracy of the guess of what is in the ground. I went out and found an old army belt buckle and a few old soda cans. First time using a metal detector and I'm already having success. I'll update my review when I get some more hours on this machine.
Great Beginner Detector
Got my Coinmaster in 2010. It was a good detector for learning. I found several old coins and misc jewelry. The average depth for this detector is around 4 to 6 inches max for coins (quarters it may push 7 inches).
Coinmaster out-performed another expensive brand
The first time out with my White's Coinmaster I was excited to find an 1870's Military uniform button, also an 1872 seated liberty half dime. The second time out I found a military trouser button by W. Hindhaugh New York who was a tailor for President Lincoln.
I'm very impressed with my Coinmaster, in fact, my friend recently purchased a GMZ after seeing my finds, and even though it is a less expensive White's metal detector, it out-performed one of my friend's $1800.00 metal detector of another brand.
I couldn't be happier with my Coinmaster
I got my Coinmaster as a Christmas present in 2011. I have had detectors before (All of them White's). I have always and will continue to use a White's detector.
I decided to detect for a year and see what my finds would be. Am I amazed with all the things I have found this year so far! Thank you White's for making the best detectors in the world!!!!