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White's TreasureMaster

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Steve Herschbach
  • Price: $ 279 Freq: 8 kHz Weight: 2.5 lbs Waterproof?: No Current?: Yes

The White's TreasureMaster metal detector was introduced in 2015 and is still in production. The TreasureMaster is an 8 kHz VLF metal detector aimed primarily at coin, jewelry, and relic detecting.

"TREASUREMASTER® BRINGS THE FUN TO METAL DETECTING, Combining simplicity with high-end features in a detector that excels at finding coins and jewelry. Unlike most detectors at similar prices, TreasureMaster’s automatic ground balance adapts to ground conditions as you hunt. The result? Improved depth and sensitivity to targets big and small." Source: White's 2016 catalog

White's TreasureMaster metal detector

White's TreasureMaster control panel

  • SMART NOTCH™ Reject tabs at low discrimination or accept nickels at high discrimination
  • TONE I.D. • LOW tone signals nails and iron • MEDIUM is rings and jewelry • HIGH indicates coins
  • TARGET I.D. Hear and see good targets! Display shows I.D. of target as you hunt
  • DEPTH READING. Detect a target and the screen shows you how deep to dig
  • 5-RANGE DISCRIMINATION adjusts so you hear and see it all, or just the good stuff
  • ADJUSTABLE SENSITIVITY maximizes depth in varying grounds
  • PINPOINT/ALL-METAL MODE makes locating targets a snap
  • 9-INCH WATERPROOF spider coil.
  • TWO 9-VOLT batteries included

Official White's TreasureMaster Product Page

White's TreasureMaster Owner's Manual

White's Metal Detector Forum


Edited by Steve Herschbach

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Jeff McClendon

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

The Treasure Master I used for a while actually out performed the MX7 and Treasure Pro in my high EMI and mineralized soil environment. I had one for a loaner and everyone that use it enjoyed it a lot. It was not able to detect with any stability past 3" but it locked on to targets much better than its more expensive cousins and amazingly its auto tracking system worked fairly well.  The display and audio were very nice and the stock concentric coil seemed to be the difference somehow as it matched up better with the characteristics of this detector.

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