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coin master gt beach mode


HI can any one tell me what coinmastter gt is like on in wet sand as thinking getting one for my wife as they look light

Tom Slick

Well-known member
The Coin Master GT is light but it works about like most every other VLF in the wet Salt water sand and that is not very well. It will run fairly quiet but the depth is limited to just a few inches, (like 3"-4"). I was impressed with how quiet it runs in the dry sand and it gets respectable depth in the dry.

Rob (IL)

New member
A multi - frequency detector is pretty much needed in the wet sand.


New member
Or a PI machine.....:detecting: