« Back to Finds Posted April 1st, 2013 by Jason

Item Found: Relic

Location: California

Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0284-1)


April 1st, 2013

Dear White's,

I would like to start off by saying that I am very thankful to use your equipment every day. Most of the stuff I had gotten before White’s was not of great quality and didn’t last long. It basically couldn’t keep up with the daily abuse I had given to it. Things were thrown away and I ended up just throwing more money away.

The best advice, “You get what you pay for”! It is true. I invested in your DFX 300 that amazed myself as well as my friends. The DFX 300 is good for beginners in so many ways, it is a simple turn on and go machine. Once you get used to the high performance, you get a whole package- Prospecting, Coin and Jewelry, Hi-Trash just to name a few. It is easily adaptable and with a couple different search coils the possibilities are endless.

I have found these military buttons that some I’m sure date back to the civil war. There is no end to metal detecting in sight for me! Forever I will search with my Favorite detector the White’s DFX 300. This metal detector is a high grade BEAST of a machine with awesome pinpointing ability. Add the Bullseye Pinpointer and it has the amazing ability to not even scratch the most delicate item.

My hat is off to you White’s Electronics! You are number one my book. I can’t wait to see what 2013 will be like. Metal detecting will never be the same without you! Thank you so much for the quality made in the USA.

Jason (CA)
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