Top 10 Best Professional Metal Detectors - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Treasure Cove TC-3050 Fast Action Digital Deluxe Metal Detector Set Treasure Cove TC-3050 Fast Action Digital Deluxe Metal Detector Set
By Treasure Cove
9.6
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2 Best Value Fisher F44 Metal Detector Fisher F44 Metal Detector
By Fisher Labs
9.4
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3 Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro Metal Detector Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro Metal Detector
By Bounty Hunter
9.1
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4 Treasure Cove TC-9700 Fortune Finder Pro Metal Detector Set Treasure Cove TC-9700 Fortune Finder Pro Metal Detector Set
By Treasure Cove
8.9
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5 Minelab X-TERRA 305 Metal Detector Minelab X-TERRA 305 Metal Detector
By Minelab
8.7
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6 Garrett Ace 300 Metal Detector with Waterproof Coil Plus Free Accessories Garrett Ace 300 Metal Detector with Waterproof Coil Plus Free Accessories
By Garrett
8.4
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7 MINELAB 3231-0002 Go Find 40 Metal Detector Minelab Go Find 40 Metal Detector MINELAB 3231-0002 Go Find 40 Metal Detector Minelab Go Find 40 Metal Detector
By Minelab
8.0
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8 Mars Goliath 15” DD Waterproof Search Coil for Garrett ACE 250 Metal Detector Mars Goliath 15” DD Waterproof Search Coil for Garrett ACE 250 Metal Detector
By Mars
7.8
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9 Garrett Metal Detector Parts & Accessories Battery Backup Module for PD 6500i Metal Garrett Metal Detector Parts & Accessories Battery Backup Module for PD 6500i Metal
By Garrett
7.4
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10 Garrett Metal Detector Parts & Accessories Desktop PD6500i Remote Control 2266400 Garrett Metal Detector Parts & Accessories Desktop PD6500i Remote Control 2266400
By Garrett
7.1
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Gold At River Banks!

HELLO HUNTERSThe water level is pretty low.

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I'm back at the river Rhine.

I made this hunt late September 2016.

Let's go!First target.

My orange pinpointer was still "there" at that time.

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This is a deep one.

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I spent several minutes digging.

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I couldn't reach it with my hand.

I have to move on.

I can't waste all of my energy at the beginning (even if it's a treasure ;).

And no - I wouldn't feel comfortable with a shovel.

The beginning was very difficult.

Coke.

And something else.

Let's clean it.

Interesting.

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Hmm.

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what could it be.

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I will show you pictures at the end.

Aluminum.

This portion is usually covered with water.

But the amount of trash and iron is very high.

Looks like a buckle.

What is that!?An animal!Unbelievable.

I have to stroke it.

It's like a small cat.

I think, I skip this target, he is probably scared.

An old lid? It says "Knirps".

No it's not a tiger.

Just a piece of aluminum.

I don't like this signal.

Hmm.

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Aluminum again.

A tube.

Coke.

This is an old watchtower (14th century).

And this must be "modern".

Trash.

Leave me alone!I was lucky.

It's already out.

Metal detecting is dangerous.

Pull tab.

Not again!Another animal.

I will be careful.

I think it was another piece of aluminum.

It was time to change the "spot".

I was wondering, if I could break this concrete with my fist.

No.

I would have to concentrate ;).

This really is a great spot to hunt, even with all this garbage lying around.

A lead sinker.

I had to move further.

Where should I look.

Garbage.

I don't know.

Round iron?Nothing.

Square something?Gold!Let's see if there is any markings.

Date - year: 56333 - 8KBut still.

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A small miracle.

I'm very excited about this find.

Am I doing underwater metal detecting now?I use my "special" Deus setup (I will put a link to it in the description).

Sounds like bottle cap.

It is one.

Part from an oil lamp? (unfortunately I can't find the link to a PDF, a viewer once send me.

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)Some sort of buckle.

Silver!I think it says: "den Kameraden.

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"?)I will show you a better picture at the end.

I believe it is an aluminum button.

Heavily corroded.

Unfortunately not the barrel of a gun ;).

I try to avoid bigger targets.

A pull tab.

I would call it "cherry picking" at this stage.

It's a cogwheel.

Time to go.

It's a good opportunity to clean the Deus.

It is usually getting clean when it's raining.

Like new.

Wow, now I could detect in a park.

Some of the trash.

The "good" stuff.

Any ideas?Hmm.

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Gold ring.

333 - 8KProbably a wedding band.

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