« Back to Finds Posted August 1st, 2009 by Nelson

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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Massachusetts

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0316)


August 1st, 2009

Dear White’s Electronics,

Almost 3 years ago a friend of mine got me involved in metal detecting. At the time, he suggested I buy a Garrett 250 which I did, he had a White’s. I started to find coins at the beaches and some other items in fields, but he always found more of both everywhere we went, even when I found none.

After almost 2 years, I decided to buy another Garrett, a more expensive one, this time it was a Garrett 1350. It was a better machine but not as good as my friends. He still beat me hands down. He kept finding all kinds of things even after I scanned those areas. It was kind of disappointing.

One day my luck changed and I won a brand spanking new, out of the box, White’s Prizm 6T at a raffle. The very first time that I used it, I found a silver necklace and a silver Tiffany’s and Co. ring. I was very impressed and happy with my new machine.

I also began to scan areas that I previously scanned with my Garrett and started to find targets that I missed before. It’s incredible, the lightness, the simplicity of the controls and the accuracy of the pinpointer. Now I can compete with my friend.

Thank you White’s for making such a product, I love it!

Nelson F.

Massachusetts

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