What's the best Pulse Induction Metal Detector for the beach?

AlexPhilip

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The Sea Hunter Mark II is one of the most affordable pulse induction metal detectors in the market. If you're a mermaid or merman at heart, this Garrett metal detector will fit the bill and your needs.
 
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midalake

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The Sea Hunter Mark II is one of the most affordable pulse induction metal detectors in the market

While I am no pulse expert, it is safe to say this detector is far from the "best" as the OP asked.
The OP may want to wait for the new Fisher AQ which is supposed to be released in 22. However this machine has a ways to go to prove itself.
 

dianahamer

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What's the best Pulse Induction Metal Detector for the beach?
Hello, if the question is still relevant, I can recommend the Nokta Makro Anfibio Multi it is quite light compared to others and with a good induction.

I also advise to read a more detailed review of this metal detector or choose another one on (deleted by mod for rule infraction)

I am sure you can find the perfect metal detector for you with a good induction.


Diana Hamer
 
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Treasure_Hunter

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Hello, if the question is still relevant, I can recommend the Nokta Makro Anfibio Multi it is quite light compared to others and with a good induction.

I also advise to read a more detailed review of this metal detector or choose another one on (deleted by mod for rule infraction)

I am sure you can find the perfect metal detector for you with a good induction.


Diana Hamer
dianahamer, Welcome to TreasureNet!

Please do not post links to non supporting vendors, it is considered spam.
 

TheGreenBoy

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To anwser this, i would have to ask two questiones:
1.) What do you intend to hunt, small items like coins and jewellery or you are after something considerably larger?
2.) How much are you willing to spend; there is one range of PI machines spanning from below 100 EUR up to 2000EUR and another range of professional PIs starting at 10.000 EUR.

PIs are considerably different tool compared to VLFs, do you know what to expect from one?
 

Terry Soloman

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See if you can find an old Whites Dual Field, or Tesoro Sand Shark. Now, if you want to step into today's tech, look for a Minelab Equinox 600, Minelab Vanquish, or the new Nokta Makro Legend.
 

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