The Bounty Hunter Quick Silver metal detector finds buried coin-size objects up to 8" deep; larger ones up to 3 feet deep. With few settings to micromanage, it's a true turn-on-and-go detector. The LCD display is created keeping beginner treasure hunters in mind as it does not have to be fine-tuned constantly for detecting targets. Featuring an 8-inch waterproof, open, and long lasting coil, this Bounty metal detector allows you to use it on grass and wet sand. The three tone audio feedback and easy to read LCD observes and lets you know if you've stumbled upon something worthy to dig up. The ergonomic and lightweight design makes this portable metal detector comfortable to use. Download .pdf Owner's Manual.
- 8" interchangeable waterproof coil
- Fully automatic ground balance with Squelch-Tech eliminates false signals
- Push-button discrimination and one-touch depth control makes it easier to use
- 4 segment digital target identification and three tone audio feedback
- Easy view LCD display is readable at varying distances
- Requires two 9V batteries (not included)
- Total Weight - 2.5 lbs.
- Frequency - 6.7 kHz
- 5 Year Limited Warranty from manufacturer
- 1/4" Headphone Jack
- Preset Ground Balance
- Three-Tone Audio Identification
- All-Metal and Discriminate Modes
"This metal detector is easy to use and I really like it's digital display that ACCURATELY identifies the type of metal found. Deep tones are iron, aluminum is a higher pitch. This helps you weed out poptops and the like. It's not to heavy, for my first metal detector it's awesome. I have no complaints."
"I had lost my wedding band while spreading mulch around the house and I decided to try a metal detector to find it before replacing the ring. The Quick Silver was easy to assemble and use and I was able to locate the lost ring after about 15 minutes of searching (I did have a general idea of the location of where the ring had gotten lost and it was only an inch or so under the surface)."
"The Quick Silver is a bargain you can't pass up. The first day, we found an 1888 dime in fairly good condition. That was enough to sell me on the hobby and the tool. This one is very light and not at all complex like the one we bought about 10 years ago for more than 5 times the price."