Bill Wyman Signature metal detector

“Metal detecting is not just for anoraks or eccentrics; it’s probably the best and most enjoyable way of learning about our history,” says ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman. So much so, that Bill Wyman has designed a metal detector with a unique appeal to children that has won praise from the likes of Richard And Judy.

 “My Bill Wyman Signature Detector is lightweight, easy to use and affordable – yet has significant performance levels. It is the ideal metal detector for anyone starting out treasure hunting.”

detector---image-a_300The Bill Wyman Signature Detector is a lightweight treasure finding instrument ideal for newcomers to detecting of all ages – and features all the latest developments in location technology. It is child’s play to use, and you don’t have to worry about technical controls.

There’s a special setting to optimise performance as a beach metal detector and a brilliant dual-tone facility that actually separates metal detecting targets into ‘good’ and ‘bad’ so that you can decide if they are worth digging up or not! You won’t find this combination of features anywhere else.

That’s because this thoughtful design is the crystallisation of Bill Wyman’s many years of metal detecting success – a success he’s keen for others to share.

You can use the Bill Wyman signature metal detector straight from the box – you simply switch it on to put yourself well and truly on the road to treasure-hunting success.

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  1. And there I thought I was the only Wyman interested in playing in the dirt.

  2. Read your article in Minerva Magazine and it left me wanting to read more about your finds. Very very fascinating and interesting. I’m a civil war reenactor and frequent battlefields and ghost towns in the western United States. I’ve done some excavations with the Glendale Community College in Arizona some years ago while taking archaeology classes. I’m thinking it’s time I look into a metal detector and the one you’ve designed seems as though it would do the trick. Hope you publish more articles on your finds along with some photos, would love to one day see your finds if ever they were to come to the States. Jenny Smith

  3. Where can I get one my dad had one, now it’s my turn.
    cost how much, are they s old in USA


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