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Excalibur II: The World’s Best Water Detector!

Minelab’s unique Broad Band Spectrum (BBS) technology, combined with superior ground rejecting technology, makes the Excalibur II the ideal underwater machine. The unique design of the Minelab Excalibur II allows you to use it as effectively in or out of the water - this amphibious machine can move seamlessly from land, beach and wet sand conditions to underwater depths of up to 200ft (66m).

Recent Finds

Returned ring lost in 1965: Excalibur II

Hunting beach haven beach front 2 weeks ago i found a high school ring in the surf at about 12" down... it was a class ring from 1965 missing the stone. Inside of the ring was the initials K.G.E. 111. The ring was from Haddon Township, New Jersey.

Discovering a find's hidden secrets: CTX 3030

Shortly after obtaining permission to detect on a piece of private property, I received a killer signal on my CTX 3030. To my surprise I unearthed a nice silver Washington quarter, but the real surprise was hiding right next to the quarter.

Finding things I missed: CTX 3030

Found several Civil War artifacts with my E-TRAC so I moved up to the CTX 3030. Still waiting to find things I missed with the E-TRAC.

Walking the line: CTX 3030

While detecting at a local hot spot in So Cal., I was walking the line during low tide. In other words the area where most items settle in the sand.
After about 3 hours of swinging and 3 earrings later I heard that low grunt that stopped me in my tracks. I pinpointed and buried my scoop. After making sure it was in my scoop I kicked the scoop of sand and there it was, big and round. At first glance it looked like a class ring. It had some weight to it. On closer inspection it turn out to be a ring from a US marine.