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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: Surfmaster PI Dual Field


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Surfmaster PI Dual Field
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The best overall value, performance, and simplicity on the beach with powerful pulse induction for hunting in water or black sand.

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November 1st, 2012

Dear White's Electronics,

I want to share a few of my finds from this July with my Dual Field PI. I have been able to get some very nice gold this month from swimming holes and ocean beaches. I will start with my oldest ring first a 14k wedding band with a 1909 date inside, this ring was very deep over a foot down in salt water beach mud. I also got the small single stone ring that was dated by the hallmark inside to be from 1880's-1900. I found a ring that says "BABY" & a 14k gold men's bracelet that was worth over $450.00!

I found a still working watch out of a lake. It is knock off of a very high priced watch but is of good quality and still worth about $100.00 not $4,000.00 that a real one would be! The Dual field has been great, it finds gold chains, tiny stud earrings, and is the deepest detector I have ever used!!! I have gone back to so called "hunted out" areas and found stuff my buddy’s detector can't even hear!!!

Thanks White’s for a great detector and hours of relaxing fun...that pays!!

George (MA)

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