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The BeachHunter 300 does it again
I found another $2,000.00 ring. I started out early at the beach and the surf was pretty rough so I knew I wouldn't be getting to far out in the water. After a few minutes I received a solid tone. After shaking out the sand in my scoop I saw a ring, it turned out to be a small sterling silver tiger eye ring. Some clad, a cross and I left that beach for another.
Arriving at the second beach it was the same, too rough to get too far out in the water so I started hunting the wet sand to the water line. I received a solid signal and a yellow light. Boy was it down deep. It took me four or five full scoops with my large sand scoop. As I looked in I couldn't mistake the great sight of gold in the bottom. I was amazed when I took the ring out and discovered that it was a men's 14K white gold with five diamonds, weight 9.3 grams. My wife researched it on the web site and found an identical ring that sells for $2,449.
A few months back the BeachHunter 300 found a 14k Blue Sapphire ring valued at $2,000. White’s published my story on their web site and I never thought I would ever find another ring as nice as that, but to do it in the same year absolutely is amazing. The Beachhunter 300 loves finding rings. I can attest to that since this year alone I have found a total of 43 rings.
Thanks again White’s, you make one awesome machine in the BeachHunter 300