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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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April 1st, 2010
Dear White's,

I originally started with the White's Classic ID about 5 yrs ago, then upgraded to the MXT about 3 years ago. The MXT has been a great detector. It's easy to use and I like the separate modes and Trac selections. I've found some great relics with the MXT.

Several years ago, my brother became interested in metal detecting after hearing of all my finds. It allowed us to spend a lot of time together metal detecting; something I'll never forget. The bottom line is White's makes a great and reliable detector that has provided me with many hours of enjoyment (and exercise).

I was using my MXT when I found these two interesting items: the heart heel plate I found in Coffeeville, MS in my mother's backyard. It was only an inch down and as you can see, it's in great shape. I did a little research and discovered that they were attached to the heel of a boot and are rare finds.

The second item is a St. John Ambulance Association Fireman's pendent/badge. I found it also with my MXT and it was about 2 inches down. I found it in my backyard in the Donelson area of Nashville, TN.

Ben M.

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