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Big Changes in The Metal Detecting Industry are Coming

As some wise Chinese man said: “I wish you lived in the period of changes”. He probably did not mean metal detectors, firstly, because this phrase...

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METAL DETECTORS

Minelab Vanquish – New Metal Detector 2019

The new Minelab metal detector is an intriguing treat for all passionate detectorists of the world. The company has released a powerful trailer, beautifully...

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TIPS

How To Manage A Glitchy Coil: Step by Step Guide

One of the worst issues to face is to come to a distant location and find out that the coil starts to glitch. It is impossible to search in such conditions,...

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METAL DETECTING

Top 15 Rare US Coins

Metal detecting is cool, since everyone has a chance of spotting a hidden treasure, an ancient jewelry piece, or a relic of some kind. Yet rare US coins...

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NEWS

Minelab Turns 30! Unusual Metal Detector Trade-In

In 1989, Minelab metal detectors has released its first metal detectors – Goldeseeker 15000 and Eureka Dual Ace models. Since then, this company...

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NEWS

Rare 1943 Copper Penny Worth More Than Million Dollars

Rare 1943 copper penny could be sold for a $1.650.000 at Heritage Auctions! The coin was offered for sale by relatives of the Don Lute Jr. after he passed...

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METAL DETECTORS

Minelab Go-Find 11 – New Cheap Metal Detector 2019

This is the most cheap metal detector! Minelab announced the official release of its new low-cost metal detector at CES 2019! This is the new update of...

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FINDS

Metal Detecting Halo Effect: Real or Myth?

There is a long standing debate between seasoned metal detector hobbyists over the topic of the Halo Effect and whether it is a real phenomenon, or if...

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METAL DETECTING

Metal Detecting on Public Property

When just starting out metal detecting I would suggest to first try out your new metal detector in your own backyard.  This will allow you to dig holes...

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FINDS

How to Preserve Your Finds

Metal detecting leads to many other things. A knowledge of metals and their properties is just one of the more obvious side effects of metal detecting....

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TIPS

3 Useful Metal Detecting Tips That You Must Know

Headphones, Speakers, and Better Ways If you use headphones to operate your detector, apply a piece of plastic tape over the speaker on the box, to keep...

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Here you can find: Best Metal Detectors Reviews, features and technical specifications, metal detecting tips, stories and photos of the finds from all detectorists around the world.

Metal detecting is an amazing hobby, bringing a lot of entertainment, fun, and satisfaction to the treasure hunters. A lot of people dream of finding a treasure, but this is impossible without knowledge, desire, and of course metal detectors, which are crucial equipment for the hunt.

While metal detecting, one not only finds different ancient objects, some of them being pretty expensive, but also spends time outdoors, has a good exercise, and hangs out with cool people. Yet, without a metal detector, relic hunting is impossible. But how to choose one?

Here, the metal detecting blog comes to the rescue. On Detect History, you will find detailed reviews, ratings of the best tools and new models, posts on tricks and secrets of the hobby for newbies, and much more. Treasure hunting becomes easy with Detect History!

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The invention of metal detector has made the task of finding treasures much easier and accessible to everybody. Before this wonderful tool was invented, hunting for treasures was connected to all types of difficulties and hardships, and only experienced treasure hunters could actually even try to search for treasures with some kind of success.

Metal detectors are used in many spheres and industries, including security check for airports, security in schools in some countries, for crime scene investigations, in searches for hidden pipes and cables by utility companies, and a whole bunch of other purposes, and of course, for treasure hunting as well.