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Item Found: Other

Location: Arkansas

Metal Detector Used: Spectra V3i


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Spectra V3i
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April 1st, 2012

White's Electronics,

My name is Nate, and I grew up in Jonesboro, AR. At present I reside in Wynne, AR. I just had to write you guys and let you know that I have been metal detecting since the early 70's, that's when I bought my first metal detector. It is a White’s Goldmaster. After all of these years I have not had one ounce of trouble from my detector. I still use it today and it works just as good as the day I purchased it.

The items I have found with it are too numerous to even try to tell you. I just had to drop a line and tell you guys that you make the best detectors in the world. After I bought mine three of my brothers and my dad bought one, and they still have them today! It's been hours and hours of fun and relaxing enjoyment that would be hard to put a price tag on.

I think if you guys warrantee these machines you’re just wasting time and money, because you don't need it. They never wear out. Thank you so much for making such a wonderful detector. Keep up the good work.

Sincerely yours,

Nate

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