XVenture

$129.95

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Get out there and have a treasure-finding adventure!

White’s XVenture metal detector has all of the basics you need to make finding hidden treasure fun for the whole family. Whether it’s the ultimate Easter Egg hunt, searching for buried pirate treasure, or just exploring the history of your own back yard, this lightweight metal detector is easy to use and perfect for beginners of all ages.

Unlike other metal detectors in its class, the XVenture shows you what’s in the ground before you dig. With simple icons and flashing LED’s showing iron, foil, nickel, pull-tab, and coin, it’s easier to focus on digging up the treasure and skip over the trash. The sensitivity boost and non-motion pinpoint mode round out this metal detector’s features and make it useful for finding dropped bolts, studs in walls, and even the ring your neighbor lost in her azaleas!

If you are a budding backyard archaeologist, a careful coin collector, or looking for the legendary lost treasures of Long John Silver, the XVenture is the perfect way to get started with metal detecting. With the factory 2 year warranty and a full line-up of more advanced metal detectors, White’s Electronics will be there for every piece of treasure you find!

SKU: 800-0348

Specs

  • Dimensions

    24.5 x 4 x 10 in
  • Adjustable Length

    Yes

  • Audio Output

    Speaker & 1/8″ Headphone

  • Batteries

    2 – “AA”

  • Coil Configuration

    Concentric

  • Display Type

    LED

  • Ground Balance

    Preset

  • Disc Audio

    Silent Search

  • Skill Level

    Beginner

  • Search Modes

    Pinpoint, Coin and Jewelry

Reviews

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

    Very easy to use but yet still powerful. My little girl loves it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    It is about time that a company creates a metal detector for kids. Along with that should be a printed list of the rules and regulations for metal detecting. That is, where the kids can go and where they can not go, such as state and national parks, etc. And where they should have permits. For example, one place requires a photo ID to be worn around ones neck. Now how about a tool belt for the kids.

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