Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II Metal Detector Review

Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II Metal Detector Review

While most metal detectors are only useful for on land, this is a great option for anyone who wants to get into the ocean and hunt for buried treasure. The Garrett Sea Hunter Mark 2 is one of the few metal detectors designed to work well in the water, making it not only a great option for use along the beach, but also for scuba diving. Because it is fully waterproof up to 200’, it’s perfect for taking into the water when looking for treasure on the ocean floor. 

Additionally, this metal detector can be used in rivers, lakes, and streams to hunt for jewelry, coins, relics, and other bits of metal. While the price point is a bit higher than on other metal detectors, the obvious benefit of this option is that it can be fully submerged without failing. 

Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II Controls

As a pulse induction metal detector, it is a great option for use in and around salt water, as it does a wonderful job ignoring the minerals in the water. Unlike VLF metal detectors, which often struggle to find buried objects when they are in or near saltwater, this metal detector does an exceptional job. It does weigh six pounds, which is more than other options, but it is an incredibly powerful option. 

Because it offers so many different features and is such an advanced model, it can be a little intimidating for new users, so it’s a better option for intermediate or experienced users. The microprocessor operating system is one of the best on the market. Additionally, it features a three-piece stem design that comes with diving attachments. The headphones allow users to easily listen to the metal detector when under the water, and the knobs are easy to control and turn, no matter if the equipment is fully submerged or used on land.

  • 11.12.2015

Hi, there! My name is Mark and I'm the owner of Detectorists Club. I am keen on hunting the coins of the Roman Empire and of the Middle Ages as well as searching for various artifacts of that period. In my blogs, I usually post my reports on findings and treasures as well as different stories about treasures found in different territories. I'm always glad to meet like-minded people who want to share their treasure hunting and metal detecting stories, so get involved!