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The future of Whites metal detectors

Highlifter1000

Well-known member
Good evening group. I have been following the majority of the top names in the detector market and owned most of them. Do you think it's to late for whites to challenge the market with a up to date flagship model of the company? What's your opinion?
 

ronaldj2

Well-known member
In my opinion its never too late to challenge the market . What a challenge it will be , with all of the great metal detectors out there. They will have to come up with something innovative with a wow factor that rivals all of its competitors. The last Whites I owned was a spectrum xlt . A great machine , They just didnt step up their game when other companies were coming out with newer technologies. Thanks for posing the question and Welcome to the forum.
 
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Highlifter1000

Well-known member
Thank you for you input
 

Highlifter1000

Well-known member
Wow I had no idea Whites closed their doors after 50 years of business
 

silvercoinboy

Well-known member
I hope Garrett releases the White's TRX pointer. Its the best on the market, and it now sells for double its list price online
 

JPLandoer

New member
Good evening group. I have been following the majority of the top names in the detector market and owned most of them. Do you think it's to late for whites to challenge the market with a up to date flagship model of the company? What's your opinion?
We recently procured a Whites. It works well. Which brands are equivalent or better?
 

bulletman

Well-known member
That new gold machine from Garrett was released from Whites just before they went under. I think Garrett just relabeled it.
Yep, you are correct in that Garrett just relabeled the Whites 24k. Whites was a great brand. Their machines were just as competitive as other worthy brands. Just like me, age has a way of eliminating competitiveness 🤣😂. Hate to see them go as I have seen many detector companies go out of business.
 
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