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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: Beach Series (800-0284)


March 1st, 2012

White's Electronics,

These are some of the ring finds I've made over a short period of hunts with the Dual Field. I found one big titanium ring, and three silver rings. The rings were found in the order shown on my finger. The reason I believe I was able to find these rings was due to using the Dual Field as close to where the waves were breaking as possible at low tide.

Each ring was found within 10 feet of the incoming tide. The first ring I found was the titanium ring, it was about 3 scoops deep. The second ring is the heaviest and nicest silver ring I've ever found, it came out very tarnished but cleaned up nicely, and was 4 scoops deep. The last two silver rings were found relatively close to the surface. The first was a scoop deep, and the last was found 2 inches deep.

What I really like about the Dual Field is its sensitivity to very tiny jewelry, as well as its depth. The Dual Field did as great of a job finding the shallow targets as it did on the 4 scoop deep one. White's made a machine that definitely can find the goods! Thanks for putting out a great product that keeps on producing for me!

Steve, (MA)

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