There are a lot of different detectors to choose from is you are looking to hunt for treasures in a salt water or fresh water environment. One of your choices is White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector. Let’s take a closer look at this machine. We will look at the specifications, what the BeachHunter offers you in regard to features and functions and look at some great tips that will help you out when going out to look for treasures in salt water or just simply wet conditions so that you do not waste your time and end the day with successes.
White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector is designed to sweep both in and out of the water. It uses the technology of color coded LED lights that allow you to identify a target with a simple glance. There are three of these bright lights which work in conjunction with signal tones, these will let you know if you have come across iron, jewelry or coins. Therefore, you not only hear a hit, but you see it as well. White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector is submersible in both salt and fresh water. For this reason it is designed with 300 coil that is very close to neutral buoyancy, which offers the user great results. The newer 300 coil for searching is larger, therefore allowing you to cover more area each time that you sweep and you are able to go fairly deep.
White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector works well in up to twenty five feet deep water with good neutral buoyancy. One of the most popular places, as you may have guessed, to use White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector are beaches. This can be a pleasant environment as well as a great place to find treasures. While you are enjoying the sounds of the crashing waves against the shores, seeing the seagulls and feeling the warm sand, you can find coins, jewelry and other trinkets at the same time.
Sweeping on beaches has changed quite a bit over the years. It has grown more and more popular and is one of the most sought after destinations for the treasure hunter. With the amount of combers out there, we’ll talk about a few tips to make your trip more successful. While you may love the beach that you go to, if you find that there are just too many other people sweeping, it can always help to check an area just a few miles north or south. Keeping an eye on your coil height is also important. Don’t be afraid to get closer to the ground. Another important element is the issue of discriminating what you may think of as a piece of junk. The more targets you actually check out, the better your chances of ending the day with a nice, bigger amount of good finds.
If possible, try to go to your target area during the week when there is less competition. While the weekends may bring out tons of people, if you can possibly go on a Wednesday or Thursday, you may find yourself the only one there who is sweeping and you won’t have to share. Going early in the morning can be one of the best times, as well. And remember that the popular beaches, where people are for sunning and swimming may not be the best spots to bring your White’s BeachHunter 300 metal detector or other. It may be those out of the way places that old what was left behind long ago.