Have you ever wanted to unearth some treasure? If so, you can’t go wrong with having a metal detector around. Most people don’t have a treasure map, ship or a navigator, so there aren’t any pirates hanging around. The next best thing in this century is treasure hunting with a metal detector. Metal detecting is a highly underrated hobby that is helpful in multiple ways!
Fun fact: Metal detecting is less expensive than fishing, skiing, golfing and hunting. This is one of the most inexpensive hobbies with rewarding results. It may seem daunting at first because you don’t know where to start, but as long as you are fully prepared with an equipment bag, you will hone your tracking and detecting skills to improve your findings.
For a start, your first session could be in your backyard. In many houses that have stood the test of time, there could be a plethora of treasures buried around from the past. If you want to know the potential findings in your garden, check with your local library to discover the age of your house. On old properties, there is a potential to find rare coins that can earn you a big check.
Alternatively, you might have an old family heirloom that got lost on your property, like a diamond ring. With a metal detector around, there is a much higher chance of finding it. Its search coil is created to detect the frequencies of various metals around you. If you want to detect more items within a specific range, the 20 cm option is a great choice.
Metal detecting is one of those hobbies that will always be fun to talk about. You can make new friends from your walks around the neighborhood, and potentially even earn a new metal detecting buddy! You might even find a metal detecting community in your town!
Build quality of the Metal Detector
For ease of access, the stem of the metal detector is adjustable for kids to use. The detector has customization options to fully tweak the experience to your own custom specifications. For example, you can adjust the volume of the sounds and frequencies.
Additionally, its sensitivity can be tweaked to your preference. This is particularly good if you want to avoid detecting scrap metal or magnets in a junkyard. It has a navigation feature for plugging in headphones to hone in on a discovery while avoiding the discomfort of its sound for people around you.
Metal detecting is a fun hobby that has a surprisingly established community. If you want your kids to join this growing activity, some communities host local treasure hunts for metal detecting enthusiasts!
Metal Iron aluminum, coins, gold, bronze, silver
|With LCD Screen|
2x9V Batteries (Not Included)