Made in the USAEvery White's metal detector is made by American workers in Sweet Home, Oregon.
Quality, performance, and customer service: the White's commitment, since 1950.
First I would like to thank you for building such a quality machine have not had a bit of trouble out of my MXT
Now for the inspiring part I have been hunting for about ten years and just switched to a White's machine 3/5/08 "don't know why it took me this long" and thought it would be fun to compare totals from previous years to ONE YEAR with my MXT I won't bother you with the pitiful totals of the other machine but will share mine with whites.
Total coin count 4,399 total $365.24 Plus paper money "keep your eyes open when hunting"
Gold 14k 66.3 grams, 10k 12.0 grams melt value minus processing fees $1,253.07
Silver .925 88.4 grams melt value minus processing fees $33.40
And my favorite question I get asked do those things really pay for themselves hmmm... guess if you buy a whites they do.