10 Best Coin Hunting Metal Detector

Updated on: September 2022

Best Coin Hunting Metal Detector in 2022


Kuman Pin pointer Water Resistant Metal Detectors with Holster Treasure Hunting Unearthing Tool Accessories Buzzer Vibration Automatic Tuning KW30

Kuman Pin pointer Water Resistant Metal Detectors with Holster Treasure Hunting Unearthing Tool Accessories Buzzer Vibration Automatic Tuning KW30
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

The Metal Detecting Bible: Helpful Tips, Expert Tricks and Insider Secrets for Finding Hidden Treasures

The Metal Detecting Bible: Helpful Tips, Expert Tricks and Insider Secrets for Finding Hidden Treasures
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
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ToolGuards Metal Detector Easy to Use Carry Bag & Shovel (2019 Model High-Accuracy)

ToolGuards Metal Detector Easy to Use Carry Bag & Shovel (2019 Model High-Accuracy)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • ❗CAUTION: INSERT MICRO-PLUG ACCORDING TO THE ALIGNMENT! An incorrect connection can occur in very low or no signal❗💰LET YOUR TREASURE HUNTS BEGIN…. Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Now you can start enjoying the thrill of finding artifacts like old coins, gold, tools, jewelry, and more with our premium ToolGuards Metal Detector!
  • ✅ ENJOY SEARCHING ON LAND & WATER! Now you can enjoy your treasure hunting in the water too! We created our deluxe metal detector kit with a waterproof coil and carrying bag, so you can uncover the mysteries on all terrain!
  • ✅ NEWEST 2019 MODEL - GREAT FOR ALL AGES: Metal detecting is a great hobby for men, women, and children of all ages! Our easy-to-use and extremely durable Metal Detector includes an adjustable knob to match your height and preference!
  • ✅ FEEL CONNECTED TO THE PAST— Do you love finding buried treasures in the Earth and wondering about the stories of who left them behind? That feeling of excitement is priceless!
  • ✅ SUPERIOR COMFORT FOR AVID DETECTORISTS— Your comfort and enjoyment is our #1 priority! Enjoy our Metal Detectors comfortable armrest to support your arm- even on long expeditions! Your product comes with a 1-Year Warranty!❗MANUAL IS INCLUDED AND SHOULD BE READ PROPERLY BEFORE USE❗

RM RICOMAX Professional Metal Detector GC-1037 [Disc & Notch & Pinpoint Modes] Metal Detector Waterproof IP68 with High Accuracy [Advanced DSP Chip] Metal Detectors for Adults with Headphones

RM RICOMAX Professional Metal Detector GC-1037 [Disc & Notch & Pinpoint Modes] Metal Detector Waterproof IP68 with High Accuracy [Advanced DSP Chip] Metal Detectors for Adults with Headphones
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 💰💰[3 Modes of Operation]- RM RICOMAX metal detector has three distinct modes make you can optimize from in detecting metals. ① All metal mode - the metal detector notifies you whenever it sees any metal. ② Disc mode - you can utilize this metal detector to discriminate other types of metal for a specific one. ③ Pinpoint – This mode aids in the detection of metals by beeping.
  • 💰💰[Ease of Maintenance]- The underwater metal detector is an IP68 waterproof unit with a 10” search coil is shielded with plastic, and the shaft that the coil is connected to is made of aluminum. Also, this metal detector waterproof can be easily cleaned and save.
  • 💰💰[Hyper Digital Display]- ① 20% bigger LCD display screen that you can utilize in the finding of hidden metals. ② Nine brightness adjustment settings of this metal detector make you could use it in a different type of situations. Note: Two 9v batteries are not included.
  • 💰💰[User Friendly Design]- RM RICOMAX metal detector has a dimension of 48 x 10 x 10 inches, and it weighs 2.31 pounds. Besides, it has a 3.5mm headset jack that can be used with conventional headsets. It’s such a unit one can utilize with maximum comfort and freedom.
  • ❤❤[NO RISK INVESTMENT]- We are confident about our RM RICOMAX metal detector. All our metal detectors were manufactured under strict quality standards and 100% checked before shipment. we offer LIFETIME techniques support, any questions please contact us, and for sure we will find the right solution for you.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Junior Metal Detector –Adjustable Metal Detector for Kids with 7.5” Waterproof Dual Coil, Lightweight Design Great for Treasure Hunting Beginners

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Junior Metal Detector –Adjustable Metal Detector for Kids with 7.5” Waterproof Dual Coil, Lightweight Design Great for Treasure Hunting Beginners
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • FIND BURIED TREASURE – The 7.5” waterproof dual coil has adjustable sensitivity to help avoid false positives. The detector will beep and flash an LED light when it locates metal. It has a detecting depth of up to 6 inches deep for small coins and more than 1 foot deep for larger metal objects. Requires 3 AA batteries, sold separately.
  • GREAT FOR KIDS – A telescoping arm provides length adjustment while a padded arm strap and comfort grip make this metal detector easy to use for kids of all sizes.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND PORTABLE – The detector weighs just 1.4 lb (0.6kg). With the coil folded and arm support removed, it measures just 24 inches. It extends up to 39 inches long.
  • FULL-COLOR LEARNING GUIDE – Learn the history of metal detectors, how the coils on your detector work to find metal buried underground, and much more in our detailed learning guide.
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - National Geographic is proud to provide only the highest quality STEM toys. The Junior Metal Detector is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Metal Detecting: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Uncovering History, Adventure, and Treasure

Metal Detecting: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Uncovering History, Adventure, and Treasure
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
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Bounty Hunter TK4 Tracker IV Metal Detector

Bounty Hunter TK4 Tracker IV Metal Detector
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Rugged metal detector ideal for detecting treasure in extreme ground conditions
  • Motion All-Metal mode, Discrimination mode, and 2-Tone audio mode.Larger objects up to 3 feet
  • Preset ground balance neutralizes response to mineral content in the ground
  • Disc/notch control distinguishes between targets and unwanted metals
  • 6.7 kHz operating frequency
  • Rugged metal detector ideal for detecting treasure in extreme ground conditions
  • Motion All-Metal mode, Discrimination mode, and 2-Tone audio mode
  • Preset ground balance neutralizes response to mineral content in the ground
  • Disc/notch control distinguishes between targets and unwanted metals
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Metal Detecting: A Beginner's Guide to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World

Metal Detecting: A Beginner's Guide to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022

CooB Sand Scoop Small Compact Metal Detecting Scout V1 Metal Detector Hunting Tool Stainless Hexagon 10 Holes Stainless Steel

CooB Sand Scoop Small Compact Metal Detecting Scout V1 Metal Detector Hunting Tool Stainless Hexagon 10 Holes Stainless Steel
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • sand scoop SCOUT v1 ULTRA SMALL Metal Beach Sand Scoop 1.5mm Stainless Steel by CooB. FULLY HAND WORK + PROFESSIONAL PUNCHING MACHINE CUTTING. NO CRUDE FORGERY - ONLY REAL QUALITY!!!
  • FEATURES: NEW Model!!! Very Compact, Strong and lightweight model. Designed specially for FAST and SIMPLE search on the beach, underwater search and surf. Best for small ancient coins and finest jewelry…
  • In this Model sand scoop Used Hexahedron Holes! For the production of Hexagonal holes we used a German Punching Machine Trumpf, Trumatic 500R-1300 CNC . All other elements of sсoop, including welding, polishing -  HandMade Work and Performed at a HIGH LEVEL by OUR TEAM (COOB WorkShop) 
  • FEATURES of Construction: Used Hexahedron Holes (10mm). Made of anti-corrosion stainless steel of 1.5mm. Improved fixation of top tube and add additional stiffening rib to make scoop even more stronger and rigid.
  • sand scoop DIMENSIONS: LENGTH: 5.9"/150 mm. WIDTH: 3.5"/ 90mm. HOLE: 0.4"/10 mm (Hexahedron). Mounting Options: Top hole ~ about 1"/25mm. WEIGHT: about 0.325 kg

OMMO Metal Detector, High Accuracy Adjustable Waterproof Metal Detectors with LCD Display, Pinpoint & Discrimination & All Metal Mode 10 Inch Search Coil for Adults & Kids

OMMO Metal Detector, High Accuracy Adjustable Waterproof Metal Detectors with LCD Display, Pinpoint & Discrimination & All Metal Mode 10 Inch Search Coil for Adults & Kids
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • HIGH ACCURACY & WATERPROOF SEARCH COIL: The diameter of this search coil is 10 inches. As you know, the bigger the search coil is, the higher the sensitivity, let you detecting more efficient and time-saving. Waterproof search coil enables you to use detecting to underwater, Perfect for outdoor, like beach, stream, yard. (Note: the control box is not waterproof)
  • 3 STRONG MODES OF OPERATIONS: OMMO metal detector has three distinct modes that make you can optimize from in detecting metals. ① All Metal Mode - the metal detector notifies you whenever it sees any metal. ② Disc Mode - you can utilize this metal detector to discriminate against other types of metal for a specific one. ③ Pinpoint – According to your environment to choose the different positioning strength, aids in the detection of metals by beeping
  • INTUITIVE LCD DISPLAY: With an LCD screen to display, it is obviously more accurate and convenient that you can see the detection mode, sensitivity level, battery condition, and volume level. You can get information intuitively from the screen and it can metal up to 8-inch depth
  • HUMANITY DESIGN & ADJUSTABLE : Don't worry about the length of the stem, the metal detector from 30 inches to 41-inch adjustable stem, suitable for both adults and kids. And the armrest design will help you to save more effort, makes you more comfortable and less stressful. Let's start your treasure hunt with the lovely OMMO metal detector
  • FULL ACCESSORIES, YOU ARE WORTH IT: You can not only get 1×Metal Detector but also have 1×Carrying Bag, 2×9V Battery, 1× Shovel, 1×Headphone, it has a headset jack that can be used with conventional headsets. Whatever you're a beginner or advanced metal detectorist, OMMO Metal Detector is always suitable for you. If you have any problems, please feel free to contact us

School Violence: Is the Virginia Tech Massacre a Harbinger of Things to Come?

Our educational systems may be contributing to the rearing of kids with almost monster-like personality traits. Are metal detectors and gun control the answer? Or are we missing the real dangers?

Why? What has happened in the last few decades that would account for such a sharp decline in the behavior and moral fiber of our youth?

If you listen to some of the proposed "solutions," you get the impression that the problem is merely one of "kids falling through the cracks," and resolving the problem is as cut-and-dried as putting some rules into place, much as you would in a prison system: "Put metal detectors at the entrance to schools," "Punish more severely those who bring weapons to school," "Punish parents who don't keep guns locked up," "Have cops patrol school halls," and the "solutions" go on and on. But are these really solutions?

Back in the '50s and 60's, were any of these "solutions" in place? Absolutely not. Yet, the kind of extreme violence we see in schools today was virtually unheard of then.

What has changed?

Violence on TV and in the movies? Hardly likely. War movies were one of the hottest things in the fifties -- but students didn't generally come to school packing hand grenades and machine guns. Cowboys and Indians, and violent Westerns in general, were also extremely popular in the '50s and '60s -- but you didn't hear of students scalping each other.

Media influence, although probably a factor, just doesn't appear to account for the steep decline in student behavior and general moral decay. If anything, there's probably more of symbiotic relationship between the media and the public. The media does what it does, the public does not protest, so the media keeps pushing the envelope.

Which brings us to what has actually changed -- society's attitude toward the values this country was founded on.

Despite the fact the Thomas Jefferson called for "separation of Church and State," our founding fathers saw fit, and obviously not contradictory, to have every courtroom display the phrase "In God We Trust." All our money carries the same phrase. Why? Isn't this in direct contradiction to our founding fathers' principles? And the contradiction is so glaring that it's difficult to imagine that it never crossed the minds of those who inaugurated it.

And if it did cross their minds, what were they thinking?

Perhaps they were thinking that the simple concept of God didn't have all that much to do with religion. What, you say? God has little to do with religion? How do you figure that?

Let's see if we can explain it this way. Does doing a few laps in a pool make you a good swimmer? It depends on who you ask. If you just learned to swim, your instructor will probably call you a good swimmer. If you ask someone who trains Olympic athletes, unless you're really exceptional, he's more likely to call you a slow boat to nowhere.

The analogy is simple. The moral values of earlier generations were such that the simple belief in God did not make you a religious person. Religion usually involved a host of rules, rituals, customs and ceremonies. Without them, you couldn't really claim to have religion in your life; you were simply a believer in God.

Today, on the other hand, the values of society have declined so drastically that the very basic, fundamental concept of God is seen as religion. Is it?

The fact is many scientists, after delving into the complexities of our universe, have come to the realization that there must be a Creator. Does this make them religious people? Not at all. After discovering some mind-boggling phenomenon, scientists seldom sit around talking about Santa Claus or Bar Mitzvahs. But they have been known to indulge in reflections of a Creator. Apparently, religion is religion, "God" can be arrived at logically, quite independently from religious dogma.

Although a belief in God may be the first step in becoming a religious person, just as learning to swim may be the first step in becoming an Olympic swimmer, that first step, in and of itself, does not make you a religious person or an Olympic athlete.

And this is what, I'm convinced, our founding fathers were thinking.

Bringing "In God We Trust" into courtrooms and inscribing the phrase on our currency in no way goes against the grain or gist of the principles our country was founded on, and certainly not against the constitution. If our government were to start telling us when we should or shouldn't eat meat or when we should or shouldn't make Bar Mitzvahs, that would be fusing "Church and State." But simply acknowledging that there must be a God, that's not religion by any standards. That's just as much of an intellectual outgrowth of the human thought process as acknowledging that if it's raining there must be clouds.

Now, what does all this have to do with school violence?

The problem with all the "solutions" of locking up guns, more cops, more security devices, more severe punishment, etc., is that they were not in place years ago, yet we had nowhere near the severity of violence then as we have today. And even if we were to implement many of these "solutions," there are only so many cops to go around, budgets will never allow every school to always have every security device. And, the bottom line is, you will never be able to watch every student every minute of every day.

But, wait, there is a device that's very cheap and can keep an eye on every student every minute of every day. It may not necessarily completely eliminate all violence, but it certainly can reduce its severity and incidence, as it has done very well in the past. This device was in virtually every public school in the fifties, yet it's been banned in recent years from schools and many other public arenas. This "device" is "God."

Giving kids a conscience can, and has, and does in many communities, greatly reduce violent behavior. I can just hear it now: "But God is religion, and public schools are run by the State." Nonsense. God is not religion; after you believe in God, there's still a long way to go to religion. I know of no mainstream religion that would consider you a religious person if all you believed in was God.

We must put "God" back in our classrooms, and in grades is low as kindergarten. This is our only hope of reverting to previous, less violent times.

And for those who will still argue that God is religion, which of course it is not, and that it is "unconstitutional," I say this: It is unconstitutional to hold people against their will, but we do it to jurors regularly so they can render a just verdict. We hold kids in schools against their will, in the interest of giving them an education. Martial law is also unconstitutional, but during natural disasters we routinely institute curfews to keep people from looting or rioting.

In the interest of saving lives and families we can certainly push aside -- legally, as we do in other cases -- an issue which, at best, does not contradict constitutional requirements and, at worse, perhaps it does, but is perfectly acceptable in favor a greater benefit to society.

Teaching kids that if they kill or steal they will be held accountable is not a constitutional issue. It's the law. And the notion of including God as one those who will hold them accountable, doesn't suddenly turn a civil issue into a religious one. It merely adds another dimension to the mandates of a civil society.

In a post 9/11 world, you might hear another objection to teaching kids about God: "Look at all the killing by suicide murderers in the name of God. How can you say teaching kids about God will curtail violence?"

Well, not only can you say that, but suicide bombers, ironically, PROVE my point. The problem with killing in the name of God is not in the concept of God, or in religion, for that matter. The problem lies in what is being taught that God wants from you. If you're going to teach people that God wants you to kill, then that's what many of them will obviously do.

And therein lies the proof that teaching kids about God would be the greatest deferent to the kind of extreme violence we've been witnessing lately. If the concept of God is so powerful that it can be used to get people to kill themselves over it, imagine if we can harness that power to teach kids that "God does not want you to kill?" Actually, we don't have to imagine it. We have a history that seems to support this. We've just gotten so caught up in this politically correct nonsense that we've lost track of what's in our own interest.

I must concede, however, that to teach kids in public schools about God from any particular religious perspective would, in my opinion, infringe upon their religious rights and would be unfair to their desires to stick to their own religious views. But to teach kids about God in the most basic and "generic" form, in a form that's common to and agreeable with most mainstream religions, in a form that a scientists can arrive at simply be observing the universe, in a form that says nothing more than what our civil laws say, this cannot be religion or an infringement upon religious views.

And anyone who can object to teaching kids about God on "principle," is only fooling themselves -- they have no principles. If principles are more important to anyone than human life and kids growing up as decent human beings, such a person doesn't deserve to live among human beings. To say that you have the "right" to remain an atheist is like saying you have the right to remain uneducated and ignorant. You may have the right to remain uneducated and ignorant, but that doesn't give you the right to take your kids out of school. By the same token, you may have the right to remain an atheist, but that doesn't give you the right to deny your kids the opportunity to grow up as decent human beings, and it certainly doesn't give you the right to deny those who might get killed through violent student behavior life itself.

Ironically, not teaching kids about God is actually NOT giving them a "choice." For people who were never taught about God as kids, God becomes a foreign concept, not a "choice." It's only when you teach kids about God early in life that you give them a real choice -- God becomes a realistic, viable option. And if they choose not to incorporate it in their lives later on, well, then they've truly made their own decision.

I think, "God" and some basic issues of "right" and "wrong" should be made mandatory in every public school, over all objections, in the same way that we overrule objections to other matters in the interest of a greater good for the community at large. And we don't have to worry about, "If we allow this, then the government will start running our lives in other ways." Nonsense. We have similar "unconstitutional" mandates in many areas of our lives, but we still have a live and vibrant democracy in this country. We had more rules, restrictions and mandates on our personal behavior 50 years ago and perhaps even more two hundred years ago, and not only did we have a democracy then but those days were a foundation for the great nation we have today.

We have to start realizing that "democracy" is not just some play on words. It was intended to give everyone the right to live as he or she pleases, while still conforming to rules that make for a coherent and civilized society. When our constitution starts giving the impression of infringing upon our civil liberties, that is, when we become frightened of something as fundamental as sending our kids to school, then it's time to clarify the true intent of "separation of Church and State." And if it doesn't satisfy everyone, perhaps we need to go as far as amending the constitution do declare that the concept of God by itself does not constitute religion.

Either way, we have to make our laws work for us, not against us. There's no glory in the "freedom" to live in fear. True freedom comes from giving people true choices, not from concealing them. Guns don't kill. Kids don't kill. A complete breakdown of the sanctity of human life -- that kills.

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