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Whether you're a treasure hunter hobbyist or a professional, it is vital that you purchase the right metal detector digging tool. If you've never gone shopping for a digging tool, you may not know what features you should pay attention to. Here are a few reasons why you should purchase a digging tool from Kellyco, as well as a few tips that will help you purchase the right tool for the job.
Ergonomically Designed Power Handle Easily Attaches to any Long Handle Scoop. Reduces Strain and Injury to Lower Back Muscles and JointsSku: 1449-11189Retail:$29.95Now Only: $19.95
Extremely Strong Steel Blade Comes with a Limited Lifetime Replacement Warranty Against BreakageSku: 64-5593Retail:$49.95
Now Only: $34.16
Has 18 Large Cutting Teeth and Blade is Made of Strong Carbon Steel. Includes a Lifetime WarrantySku: 64-2540Retail:$69.95
Now Only: $52.16
Strong Carbon Steel Blade with Cutting Edge Teeth. Includes Carry Sheath for the BeltSku: 14-1626200Retail:$39.96Now Only: $33.96
with FiberComp Digger and Recovery PouchSku: 1-1030KRetail:$49.90Now Only: $24.90
Rigid and Strong Due to its Nylon and Fiberglass Construction. Perfect for Digging in Loose Soil or SandSku: 1490-5396Retail:$9.95
Now Only: $7.16
10" Trowel has a Ribbed, No-Slip HandleSku: 14-1606100Retail:$14.95Now Only: $12.71
Robust Non-Metallic Polymer Digger with Extra Wide and Deep Blade. Helps Save Time and Energy Recovering FindsSku: 1490-7978Retail:$7.95
Now Only: $6.26
Avoid Marring Treasures when Using this Tough Polymer DiggerSku: 14-1606000Retail:$6.95Now Only: $5.90
Made from Nylon and Fiberglass and is Virtually Unbreakable. Constructed to Work in Sand and Loose SoilsSku: 1490-5396HRetail:$24.95
Now Only: $16.16
Made from Nylon and Fiberglass and is Virtually Unbreakable. Constructed to Work in Sand and Loose SoilsSku: 1490-7978HRetail:$12.95
Now Only: $9.86
Offered in Two Serration Versions Depending on How you Dig and What Hand you UseSku: 251-10LRetail:$50.00Now Only: $41.95
Features a Comfortable Grip and an Over-Sized Tool Head to Provide Added Comfort and ControlSku: 1490-7079Retail:$13.95Now Only: $10.98
Made from 18-8 Stainless Steel. Overall Size is 9x2.5"Sku: 887-037Retail:$24.95Now Only: $19.95
Built for Rugged Use. Dig in the Rockiest Soil with this TrowelSku: 138-101S
Now Only: $15.75
Made of 12 Gallon Stainless Steel and is Built for the Most Rugged DiggingSku: 138-103S
Now Only: $14.85
Thick Nickel-Plated Steel and has a 5.5" Side Cutting Edge. Includes Leather StrapSku: 138-201
Now Only: $21.15
Narrow Blade Makes this an Excellent Choice for Small Deep Holes. Long Handle Provides Good Leverage in Tough SpotsSku: 138-250S
Now Only: $13.73
Why You Should Purchase a Digging Tool from Kellyco
At Kellyco Metal Detectors, you will have no problem finding quality products at low prices. We offer digging tools in a wide variety of different brands and types. For example, you will find digging tools manufactured by Garrett, Fisher, Teknetics, and other quality, well-known brands. We also offer deals and sales on our digging tools daily. A quick look at our inventory shows almost all of our metal detector digging tools are priced below their retail prices. Some of the metal detectors digging tools have been discounted by more than 50%.
We also offer excellent customer service. Our well-trained, helpful staff will be able to direct you to the right metal detector digging tool for your needs. You won't have to worry about spending a few dollars on a digging tool, only to find it doesn't stand up to heavy use in your local soil.
What Features Should You Pay Attention to when Shopping?
When shopping for a metal detector digging tool, one factor you should consider is where you plan to use it. If you plan on digging in many different types of soil or sand, you should purchase a tool for general use. On the other hand, a specialty digging tool may be the right choice for you if you only need to dig in one or two types of soil. Different specialty digging tools are made with specialized materials for use in different types of soil and dirt.
Another factor you should consider is whether you plan to use the digging tool close to home. If you'll need to travel long distances, you may want to select a tool that will be smaller and easier to transport.
Yet another factor you should consider is how often you will be using your digging tool. If you're planning to use it a lot, you should keep ergonomics in mind when selecting your digging tool, to help prevent strain and injury to the joints and muscles. This is especially true if you're purchasing a digging tool to be used by the entire family, including young children with developing bones and muscles.