1. DUEBEL Metal Detector for Adults Kids, Lightweight Metal Detector Pinpointer High Accuracy with LCD Display for Metal Detecting and Treasure Hunting Beginners (Black)

DUEBEL Metal Detector for Adults Kids, Lightweight Metal Detector Pinpointer High Accuracy with LCD Display for Metal Detecting and Treasure Hunting Beginners (Black)

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Part Number: SNS-192-B0839BS1HP
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Color:Black Some places for searching with metal detector for metal detecting and treasure hunting:- around old houses, especially near large trees where people may have sat to rest.- playgrounds in parks or around schools.- along the grassy areas next to sidewalks.- under grandstands.- sites where annual fairs, carnivals or circuses set up.- along beaches, or in grassy or sandy areas near swimming pools.- old homes or settlements.- old ghost towns and abandoned communities.- local areas where historic events such as battles occurred, or where troops may have traveled or camped.- your own front and back gardens.Where to use your metal detector?Many believe the beach is the best environment to start with to help 'get your feet wet' in the hobby! One reason is that this environmen is generally cleaner and not cluttered to the point where you may be overloaded and confused with too many signals. It is also recommended that you dig and explore just about everything your detector finds here until you become familiar with your metal detector and as a result, more proficient in the hobby.Remember always cover your holes in respect for the environment and for others, so there is no risk of anyone tripping or falling in the path you may have left behind!A great time to go hunting is right after a heavy rainfall when the ground is soaked. This is mainly because wet ground is a much better conductor than dry ground, so you have a greater chance of detecting more objects, more deeply than in dry conditions.If you ever need ideas for locations to prospect or where the best areas may be when you're traveling, you will find that the internet, local libraries, hobby periodicals and many maps can all be useful resources. Even old pictures, books and postcards can provide great tips for finding significant place, historic buildings or parks.Note: need 1 piece 9-volt battery (not included).