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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Tennessee

Metal Detector Used: MXT


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MXT
$799.95
Versatile high-performance detector that's easy to use with 3 distinct programs for prospecting, relic hunting, and coins and jewelry.

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March 19th, 2008
 

Dear White’s,

I want to share a story with everyone about a GREAT machine that you guys have made and it's the MXT. I have owned two other White’s machines but this one takes the cake. My wife bought me the MXT for my birthday on January 7th and I have found several great items. The second trip out with the MXT I came home with a really nice bracelet made of 14k gold that came in a +2 foil signal, what a wonderful feeling that was. The next outing I found a deer pin that looked really old and was a unique find for me.

Of course my main reason for my story is this 3lb cannon ball found at about 8in. and came in at a +12 button signal on the VDI until I dug a little closer then got an overload. WOW what great feelings a great machine has given me in such a short period of time, and I'm sure there are plenty more good finds to come. I must thank you all and my wonderful wife for such a great machine and I'm sure you guys will be hearing from me again real soon.

Thanks again for a great machine, the MXT.

Michael and Debbie  

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