An underwater metal-detector is one of the newest inventions from a company called Metal Plant Stand.
They hope to bring an underwater metal detection to the masses with the metal plant stand, but there’s a catch: You need to buy a bunch of them.
Metal Plant Stand CEO and co-founder Alex Harker says his company is trying to address one of our biggest fears about diving: “I believe that our customers have a legitimate fear of being attacked, especially by people who don’t know anything about diving.”
Metal Plant stand has partnered with a number of high-profile diving companies and has also worked with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the American Diving Association, and many other diving organizations to help bring the technology to the public.
The company has raised more than $1 million so far, with a goal of reaching $10 million in the next few months.
The metal plant stands have been around for a long time, but they’re only now making their way into the real world.
A metal detector is a device that sits on top of a metal detector and looks like a metal box with an infrared camera mounted on it.
The device has two different functions: It’s used to detect if a metal object is there or not, and it can be used to find the shape of the object.
The metal detector will then read out the type of object and detect if it’s real or fake.
In this case, the metal detector has a laser, so the metal object will turn out to be metal, not a fake.
Harker said that Metal Plant stands have only been available in a few places, like Australia and South Africa.
He said that the company is also working on a U.S. version, and that it’s hoping to have it on the market soon.
Metal plant stand is a subsidiary of a startup called Metal Pulse, which was founded in 2017.
Harkers is also the founder and CEO of Metal Pulse’s parent company, T.M.B. Capital.
The founders are also the co-founders of the metal detection company Metal Plant, which is based in South Africa, according to the company’s website.
Metal Pulse has raised $50 million in funding.
The startup also has a $20 million Series B round, according for CoinDesk, which raised $100 million in June.
The other investors in the round are a number from Japan, the U.K., and South Korea.