All valuable or historically significant metal detecting finds are great, but there’s something special about the prospect of finding coins from a shipwreck or locating old pirate booty. That’s the Holy Grail of metal detecting for many detectorists.
Outhouse digs don’t sound glamorous, and trust me, they’re not. But if you can get over the idea you’re digging in a spot where people used to do their business, you stand to find some great items.
Superior metal detecting and treasure hunting capabilities is what makes the Teknetics Delta 4000 one of the best hunting partners out there. It sits along the line of Teknetics’ Greek-lettered series of metal detectors and great for both professionals and hobbyists.
The Garrett Ace 350 metal detector is a high performance treasure hunting companion that will surely help you in your search for rare metals. It is an upgrade from a previous model (the 250) and has better depth detection and coil sweeping.
The increase of the frequency from 6.5 kHz (from the 250) to 8.25 kHz with this new 350 model allows you to also detect smaller objects like nickels and tabs.
The iron discrimination features have also been improved and there is improvement with withstanding salt water. Its lightweight design and feel allows any treasure hunter to easily carry it anywhere they wish at the greatest comfort.
Having a moderate price for those who want to get into metal detecting, the Tesoro Compadre works well for beginners and intermediate level detectorists treasure hunting and relic hunting with the simplest controls.
It uses the ED-180 discrimination method for an easy but vast searching. You get less knobs but with more functionality, hence their premise of “less is more”.