Engindot Metal Detector

Easily allows you to adjust settings so you can detect or reject a range of metals!

Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Engindot Metal Detector
Model # MMD02   SKU # 240449   

  • Identifies different types of metals including coins, relics, jewelry, gold, copper, silver, etc.
  • Beep to let you that the metal is nearby
  • Digital display tells you what's buried before you start digging
  • Discrimination control allows user to detect or reject a range of metals
  • Sees through solid rock, dirt, mud, sand, and water
  • Automatically scans the soil and continuously adjusts to changing soil conditions
  • Search coil is also completely submersible in water (control box is not waterproof)
  • Three operating modes including All Metal Mode, Discrimination Mode, and Auto-notch Mode
  • Light weight and easy to store
  • Ideal for adults and kids to use and carry
  • Easy to assemble! No tools required!
  • Brand new product in the manufacturer's packaging!
  • Detect coins up to 4" (10cm) deep, larger objects to 3"
  • 7.8" search coil pinpoints the exact location of buried objects
  • Adjustable stem: 25"-35"
  • Integrated 3.5mm headphone jack
What's in the Box?
  • Metal Detector (unassembled)
  • 2× 9V Batteries
  • Carrying Bag
  • User Manual
NOTE: When the screen is blank and only the OVERLOAD-RAISE COIL icon flashes, it means there is either a large metal object underground or that the ground has a strong magnetism, which causes the detector to go into overload mode.

John Rogers, The Associated Press
Published Tuesday, February 25, 2014 4:41PM EST Los Angeles --
A California couple out walking their dog stumbled across a modern-day bonanza: $10 million in rare, mint-condition gold coins buried in the shadow of an old tree. Nearly all of the 1,427 coins, dating from 1847 to 1894, are in uncirculated, mint condition, said David Hall, co-founder of Professional Coin Grading Service of Santa Ana, which recently authenticated them. Although the face value of the gold pieces only adds up to about $27,000, some of them are so rare that coin experts say they could fetch nearly $1 million apiece.