HexScoop Sand Scoop

$84.95$129.95

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This HexScoop is built for metal detecting beaches and sandy areas. So what makes it different from all of the other sand scoops out there?

With hexagonal-shaped holes the HexScoop has an edge over traditional square-mesh construction. Each hole is laser-cut at 7/16″  – so it’s the perfect size for smaller rings and jewelry that other scoops tend to loose, but offers enough surface area to allow wet sand to fall through with a good shake.

Even though with the thick-wall (2mm) stainless steel construction and reinforced handles, our large and medium HexScoops are light enough to drag behind you all day. The handheld model is perfect for getting down in the sand. Each scoop is emblazoned with a laser-cut White’s logo – perfect for showing the competition who runs the beach!

The HexScoop is offered in three sizes:

  1. Large* – 8″ x 4.5″ opening
  2. Medium* – 6.75″ x 4.5″ opening
  3. Small – Handheld

*Large and medium scoops ship without a handle. We suggest purchasing a shovel handle from a local hardware store – it will float and give you several seasons of use, even in salt. Handle opening is 1 3/8″.

 

SKU: 601-0075

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  • Size

    Small, Medium, Large

Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
  1. 5 out of 5

    The best I have had

  2. 5 out of 5

    After using the Ground Hawg shovel for weeks, I decided to take my talents to South Jetty and try the 8″ HexScoop. Mere mortals be warned, this scoop is heavy-duty! I kicked, dragged, and pried with it for multiple days, unearthing a mighty collection of nails, bottle caps, and coins. It also found use as a bait collector – I hungered for steelhead and the local sand shrimp were no match for the burly bucket. With the sun setting on my adventure I lofted the scoop high as a great whale breached in the distance, bellowing in approval. It would seem Poseidon’s trident is no match for the HexScoop.

    If the Ground Hawg made me a man, this HexScoop made me a demigod. I would recommend a wood handle from a local hardware store – I made an aluminum one and it stained my hands grey.

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