Pulse induction detectors work better in saltwater so if you’re looking for a model for both types then it’s probably best to opt for that one. If you had all the money in the world then you would probably want to buy three metal detectors for each scenario but most people don’t have the luxury to be able to do such things. It’s always best to err on the side of caution though and if you’re between two options then it might be best to opt for the one with the greater depth as you never know when you’ll want to go a bit deeper. If you never envisage yourself putting on a wetsuit and diving into the sea then you obviously wouldn’t need a product that could go up to 250 feet below the surface. In terms of what depth is best for you then this depends on what activity that you intend to be doing.
The new metal detector line was developed for the active outdoors enthusiast to enhance the possibilities of outdoor activities. This is one of water metal detectors which is specifically made for searching metal objects underwater.
It has advanced digital pulse induction technology and is able to work in saltwater as well as freshwater. It has a great level of sensitivity and is easy to use and it starts to get to work at just the click of a button. It comes in either orange or black with a high level of sensitivity and penetration depth so you’ll never lose out on a key finding. It has a range of innovative features too as it has a lost alarm with an LED flashlight as well as a lanyard attachment loop so you should never be able to lose this great device. It’s easy to use in any conditions and does extremely well in picking out what you want to find.
Its high operation frequency allows finding even the smallest objects which makes the device a perfect one when going jewelry hunting (gold and silver one) on the beach. It is good for underwater hunting and it simplifies identification of the goal center. Whites Beach Hunter ID 300 has 2 search modes: All metal and discrimination. Such devices demonstrate the same successful productivity both under water and on the ground. The coil field generates pulse vortex currents in the object they detect and analyze the pulse attenuation in the receiver coil.
Garrett Pro-Pointer AT is an ergonomically shaped metal detector, which has excellent functionality so that it will help in the detection of small, medium and large items from coins to non-ferrous metals. Minelab Excalibur II has proven itself to search not only under water but also on land. It is a great chance for water lovers to combine swimming and treasure hunting. Underwater metal detectors can be used in both salt and freshwater.
This is a great and innovative solution from Quest as this is a handheld device which you will be able to take down with you while you are scuba diving to hopefully find the treasures you’re looking for. It can be used in water of up to 10 feet in depth so you’re able to scour the water below. It is designed with an 8″ open coil with waterproof capability for sweeps even to the beach and swamps. The device is able to evaluate the soil characteristics too and especially the content of minerals in the ground and determine the metals of value from trash.
If you’re looking for an all-terrain device, then got with the Tiger Shark. There isn’t much price difference between the Sand Shark and the Tiger Shark. In salt water, switch to ‘salt’ mode to tune out mineralization.
To search in seawater, you will need a pulse metal detector (PI). Adjust the metal detector for each specific place of “underwater hunting”. While almost all professional underwater metal detectors are pulsed (with the exception of Excalibur using BBS technology – operating at 17 frequencies simultaneously), “semi-waterproof” detectors use VLF – very low frequencies. Another pleasure is the presence of a waterproof coil, which allows you to perform search work in shallow water or at a depth of 5 m. Minelab’s multi-frequency BBS technology, housed in a rugged platform, makes the EXCALIBUR II the best deep diving underwater treasure detector available.
If you’re going far into the water, you want a fully waterproof model. Very low frequency metal detectors use a low frequency waterproof metal detector to detect metals and the technology associated with them makes them better at distinguishing between treasure and trash.
Also, with the pinpoint tip, it makes metal detecting even easier as you get to locate the target accurately. Now, there are different types of underwater metal detectors from different companies. Using an unsupported metal detector in saltwater will damage it or give you false readings. Water Type Support – Saltwater support is not always handled by waterproof metal detectors.
Most ancient civilizations used water as a means of transport and had some bad luck crossing the waters and lost a lot of their precious stones and metals in there. Pulse Induction (PI) detectors have always been the natural choice for working wet salt beaches. Looking for a detector that has the perfect combination of technology and functionality?. With all its new settings and features, plus 7 optional coils to choose from, the rugged new Anfibio will be your best detecting buddy. So it maybe most suitable for beginners and new treasure hunters.