The article will tell you which metal detector is better for beach hunting and what you should take into account while selecting the device as well as why brackish water is a problem for beach hunting, what black sand is, what is wrong with gold chains and what VLF stands for.
This article is about the Garrett Apex metal detector. We’ll renew and update the article with relevant information once we receive it to make sure that all the provided information is up to date. The article contains information about the device operating frequency, its search coil, whether headphones are included in the device package set, how long it can function using one battery charge, and other details.
For a long time, the metal detector market has been quite conservative. In fact, it was divided between several large companies, which were the leading ones in this or that segment or region. As a rule, these were USA and Australian companies, but the power balance has changed with time. Below we’ll discuss metal detector brands, including those, appeared quite recently.
Metal detecting shovel is the second tool without which you won’t be able to enjoy the hobby. You only have to get a metal detector and a shovel, you can do without all the rest. In the beginning, you can use any shovel that is at hand, but in time you get the idea that you need a different tool for each task.
If you want to try jewelry hunting on the beach, you will need a metal detecting sand scoop. What is it for, how to use it, and which of them is better? You will find out in our article.