Stuff to put your stuff in!
Bags, Cases, and Backpacks
Winbest Metal Detector Carrying Case $13
The Winbest Metal Detector Carrying Case is a 45″ long case to carry your detector in. It’s reviewed well for it’s low price. Measure your detector at the length you hunt with and with the coil folded in. If the bag is shorter you will have to adjust the detector shaft shorter to fit.
No issues with delivery and no product damage. The bag is lightweight and sturdy. The two pockets in the front are perfect for my headphones and magnifying glass. Best news, the zippers are well made…none of them have broken and I have it used several times already to go to the beach via public transportation. The price i paid was reasonable. – Sylversalvage
Garrett All Purpose Metal Detector Carry Bag $34
The Garrett All Purpose Metal Detector Cary Bag is perfect to store your Garrett or other detectors in for transport.
The bag is sturdy and fits my full sized detector perfectly. The zipper is handy on the top with a strong carry strap and handles depending on which I want to use at the time. It’s got a nice zippered compartment as well. The bag is spacious enough to store and carry my tools and earphones also. I’m very pleased and would recommend this bag to others. – Linda M.
Garrett Backpack $18
The Garrett Backpack is a simple backpack for carrying your detecting stuff.
You can fit an AT Pro if broken down into all 3 sections. Garrett, if you are listening, if you simply added a second zipper you could zip them up to the middle and let the metal detector stick out the top in two sections, along with a short shovel. With only one zipper, I’m forced to spend a little more time breaking it down into 3 sections. Also, the 2nd water bottle pouch is better used as a shovel strap. I simply cut a hole in the bottom of it to make a shovel strap. I would have been happy to spend another 10 bucks to get those two features, along with a little padding, but it still works just fine for my casual short hikes for the price. – Kevin C.
TravTac Stage I Premium Small EDC Tactical Sling Pack 900D $20
The TravTac Stage I Premium Small EDC Tactical Sling Pack is a great little backpack for keeping important detecting accessories in. It also comes in Black and Green.
The fit feels much better than my other sling pack. There are plenty of places to stow stuff, and my handgun fits perfectly as well as my extra magazines. Quality seems above its price point. At first glance it looked smaller than expected, but once I put it on, the size is just right for me. Not too big and bulky, yet large enough to carry everything I need. – Rob G.
Garrett Detecting Daypack $57
The Garrett Detecting Daypack is perfect for carrying all your accessories you might need, especially a first aid kit or snake bite kit.
Okay the back pack is huge! Fits my ace 350 shovel and pro pointer and headphones in one pocket water bottle on the side cause you know it get hot here in Miami front pouch takes me getting used to but its definitely not a fanny pack no offense guys. Anyways, it looks good makes me feel like an real adventurer i have a whole other pocket of room! great product does not feel cheap it is comfortable it has Pads wear it lays on your back 5 stars – Danniel
Whites Signature Series Rolltop Metal Detector Backpack $90
The White’s Signature Series Rolltop Metal Detector Backpack is very well constructed and great for storing all your gear.
Very big. Holds enough to add 2 metal detetors plus a week of clothes. Roll up ability is great addiction. Construction is top notch. If your looking to save space look for something else. – Nicholas Rangel