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.
Headphones are one of the most important accessories in metal detecting. In this article, we’d like to take a closer look at what headphones are better to use with a metal detector: wireless or wired ones, what characteristics they should have, what you should pay attention to when selecting them? Also, the article includes several reviews of the most popular and successful models.
Have you ever tried to get through the concept of metal detector operating frequency? When I took up this hobby, I tried to do some research. But I didn’t succeed and bought a metal detector that seemed good because of its price.
After some time passed, I understood that such an approach doesn’t work. You should understand the operating principles, advantages, and disadvantages of this or that technology and use them to the maximum.
In this article, we’ll tell you about such a hobby as meteorite hunting with a metal detector. When we discuss the topic of metal detectors, people tend to imagine detectorists digging the ground and looking for some ancient coins and relics.
Very few of them know that with the help of metal detectors, you can go meteorite hunting as well. And the fact that meteorite pieces may cost much more than ancient coins very seldom pops into these people’s heads.
Most of those who decided to take up meteorite hunting as a hobby came to this idea by chance. Everyone knows that meteorite usually looks like an ordinary rock or a piece of iron.