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Item Found: Other

Location: New Jersey

Metal Detector Used: Beach Series (800-0293)


November 1st, 2012

White's Electronics,

The sizzling summer at the Jersey shore was definitely pay sand. Due to medical issues I was out of commission for a while with metal detecting last year. So I tried my luck sat. 6/30/2012 at a very popular NJ beach but could not get a parking spot anywhere so I fought traffic and headed home. Noticing the heavy crowd of people on the beach I decided to head back the early morning of July 1.

Parking was much better before the sun comes up, so I started about 6am combing with my BeachHunter ID. After coin here, coin there, a piece of foil or two, a broken earring I got a strong signal and a yellow, green, yellow green light indication with each coil swing. I scooped up a money clip with a 2 gram silver coin and in the clip was a cash roll of $102.00.. I've never found so much cash at one time!!!

The 3 indicator lights take a lot of guess work out of what’s trash and what’s treasure and it saves your back from a lot of unnecessary digging and scooping. You can’t beat it. I am so happy with my Whites BeachHunter ID I am saving my find money for the BeachHunter 300 . It’s good to be back in the game again. Thank You White’s .

Richard (NJ)

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