10 things you need to know about alkaline metal detectors

I got this idea for a metal detector when I was in college.

I had been using my cell phone, texting my roommate and going out at night to get drinks at a bar.

I needed something I could be able to see and hear for my safety, but it was going to cost me a ton of money.

Then I started reading more about metal detectors, and I thought, Why can’t I just buy a cheap, metal detector and use it at home?

It just seemed like the coolest way to go.

I’m not even a big fan of plastic or glass detectors.

I bought a cheap metal detector that I didn’t like, and it was terrible.

So I decided to make my own.

It was an easy way to get started, but after a couple of months I found myself wanting to do more.

I was also very frustrated with the prices and how expensive these metal detectors were, so I bought the cheapest I could find.

It didn’t work out too well for me.

But I did have a lot of success with this project.

I have been able to use my detector for almost a year now and I’ve made many friends.

I would recommend this to anyone who has an interest in DIY metal detectors.