The New White’s TDI Beach Hunter
Well Whites proved me wrong and just announced a new machine, the TDI Beach Hunter. Looks like a winner but I’ve learned over the years that only time and diverse user feedback will tell….
The Notka Invenio is now available…who’s getting one? Have to say I watched the following video a few times and was not in awe. Ultimately you still have to dig it to know for sure and at $12,000 I want the detector to ID the find, recover it and pour me a cold one all at the same time.
Many Moons Ago
The following is for old beepers only…
I can’t remember exactly when I started detecting but it was sometime in the 70’s. I do know I began recording my finds in 1977. Prior to that I put my them in a compartmentalized plastic boxes, separating wheats, new cents, silver and clad. Any VF, XF or relatively scarce dates were stored in 2×2’s. Other finds or what you now consider ‘relics’ were thrown in a large jar. Rings and any other “decent” jewelry items were kept in a small cigar box.