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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Nebraska

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0284-LSP)


April 1st, 2010
White's, Electronics,

A couple of years ago, I wrote you and commented on what a great machine your Prizm V was. Well, shortly after that, I decided to take a step up, and purchased a DFX and a couple of different coils for it. I did this, in hopes of being able to maybe find some "deeper" items in areas that I had hunted previously.

To say that I was successful is an understatement. In the last couple of years, I've been able to find nearly 8000 coins, nearly 30 gold and silver rings, and about the same in misc. jewelry, along with numerous other items. I've enclosed pictures of myself with my Prizm V, my silver ring finds and my jewelry finds, all from 2009. As you can see, it was a pretty successful year.

After doing some research on your new Spectra V3, I thought that this would be an excellent machine to go over some of the areas I have worked hard with the other machines, and maybe find some really deep treasures. I recently purchased one of these machines, and maybe next fall I will have another story to share with your readers.

I just wanted to let you know, that I have never had any problems with any of the White's machines that I have, and have found them to be fairly easy to learn. The DFX is all that it was supposed to be. It allowed me to have a very successful year.

Thanks White's.

Larry
Lincoln, Nebraska

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