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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Washington

Metal Detector Used: M6


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M6
$699.95
A high-performance and easy-to-use MXT-style coin and jewelry detector for all kinds of ground conditions.

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August 1st, 2011

Dear White's,

I recently purchased a White's Coinmaster Detector from my local dealer approximately 2 months ago. I am new to this hobby. He was very helpful and suggested several locations to start my quest. One of the areas he suggested was a local sports complex. I decided to go to check it out.

When I arrived there was a gentleman already there searching the area around the concession stand. I was a little disappointed so I moved to a different area on the field. By the color of his detector, he was using one of your competitors. After a few hours, I was having good luck finding coins. I noticed that he left the area so I decided what the heck I will go give it a try.

After a few minutes I was digging quarters, dimes, nickels and several pennies in close proximity to where he was searching. I got one signal that showed a quarter that was 4-5 inches deep, which was much deeper than the rest of the coins that I was finding. I decided to dig it anyways. Wow! Was I surprised. It was my first ring!!

Thanks to your great product I am now convinced that White's is the only way to go.

Larry

Bellingham, WA.

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