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Item Found: Jewelry

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Metal Detector Used: MXT


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MXT
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Versatile high-performance detector that's easy to use with 3 distinct programs for prospecting, relic hunting, and coins and jewelry.

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March 1st, 2010
 

  White's,

I received a call from a man the evening of November 10, 2009 wanting to know if I ever looked for lost items for individuals. He had lost his wedding ring the first part of the summer and really needed to find it.

His wife had put the date of their wedding and their names inside the ring which made it even more special. I made arrangements to meet him at the place he lost it on Friday the 13th. He had just tried using a friend's detector with no luck. He could not remember what type it was, but knew it wasn't a White's.

He showed me where he was standing when he lost it. I got out my trusty White's MXT and within 5 minutes the ring was back on his finger. The ring was solid gold and valued at $700 when new. He did not say how long they had been married but he had a son who had completed 2 years at the Air Force Academy.

As always, being a dealer of White's metal detectors, I am glad and willing to help people. Actions always speak louder than words when talking about how good White's metal detectors are.

Mike
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