White's Digmaster Digger
with 7.25" Double-Serrated Blade and Orange Comfort-Grip Handle. Sheath Included
White's Digmaster Digger
- Self-Draining Sheath
- Slot for Optional Lanyard
- 7.25" Double-Serrated Blade
- Engraved Ruler Measurements : Inches and cm
- Orange Comfort-Grip Handle with Thumb Guide
- Heat-Treated Steel Extends the Length of the Handle for Durability
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Review by JAMES on January 5, 2020This is a beast! I am glad I read many reviews then chose the best!
Review by Bondo on October 12, 2019This was my first morning out since I bought the Whites Digmaster. My first coin of the morning was a Thomas Jefferson dollar at the ballpark and other coins but the Digmaster did the job in hard dry red clay.
Thanks Kellyco and White
Keith Bond- Newton Al.
Review by Coyson on September 14, 2019Great Product!
Review by Jason Smith on September 8, 2019I debated which digger to buy for a long time before deciding on the Whites Digmaster Digger. The handle on this thing is very comfortable and slices through a plug like a knife through hot butter. I’m very pleased with this product.
Review by Big D on August 20, 2019Sharp edge for tough sod and roots. Strong blade and handle. Works great.
Review by Stumpy on August 20, 2019Love this digger! it's the best I have tried so far. Wished I could find a Leather sheath for it. So far the best I have tried.
Review by Daniel Rich on October 20, 2016This thing is a tank. When I am not using it for metal detecting, I can use it to fight communists. It is well worth the money. <a href="https://youtu.be/fxIywnKWA4Y" target="_blank">Digmaster Digger Review - YouTube </a>
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Review by Chris on September 7, 2016Amazing tool! Very strong and comfortable. I have never tried a Lesche brand digging tool so I can't compare them. I picked a White's over a Lesche because of the comfy looking handle and double serrations. It fits great in my Buzz Bomb 2 sheath.
Posted On: 6/29/2020 By: Jerry McDonald
Q: Hey everybody, I just read your reviews on Detector’s and assessor Rees and what I am curious what was left out on purpose or just not reviewed was the whites V3i. I am relatively new and just purchased one to just have a back up for my Garrett a T Max. However, as much as I like the max, all I want to use now is the V3i. I mean I like it twice as much and I am finding better targets, truly! It would be very hard to argue it against the equinox 800 as I have never used it, but See from YouTube and others that it is an awesome, awesome machine. I was just curious if you did review the whites or maybe left it out on purpose because they are going out of business I don’t know. Also, one more thing you may want to check into See from YouTube and others that it is an awesome, awesome machine. I was just curious if you did review the whites or maybe left it out on purpose because they are going out of business I don’t know. Also, one more thing you may want to check into is The predator 31C hand held digging tool. It replaced everything I used for digging. Not many know about it, but it is really nice to have and beats the diggers/knives in my opinion. Just keep it a bit sharp And you can cut some awesome half moon plugs very easily. Anyway, just my two cents y’all. Have a good one! By the way I love Kelly @ KellyCo. Just because she went out her way the other day to help an old man like me, I will be purchasing future supplies from KellyCo. I was a business owner for 40 years and those things really stand out to me, so please try and keep her around, it would be a great decision.
A: Thank you for the feedback Jerry. Good feedback on the v3i. We did not intentionally leave out the v3i, so we may want to look into it at some point when the future availability of the product is more clear. We're proud of Kelly. That's great feedback.