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Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector
with 8" Search Coil Plus FREE Metal Detecting & Treasure Hunting Accessories
Don’t let the affordable price fool you. The Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II metal detector parks in powerful features, like an advanced Zilog Z-86 computer circuit, for superior discrimination and control. Aided by its big, waterproof Bounty D-Tech search coil, Quick Draw II can find coins up to 10" deep, larger object up to 5 feet deep. It can even detect a 1/4" gold nugget buried under 4" of earth! Quick Draw II features three levels of iron discrimination, enabling the user to tune out small nails and other trash, while still detecting larger relics and collectibles. The unit provides both target ID and depth readout; sensitivity control; full discrimination; auto and variable notch, and a low battery indicator.
|Factory Included Accessories||No|
|Search Coil Type||Concentric|
|Search Coil Size (in)||8"|
|Search Coil Shape||Round|
|Search Coil Build||Open|
|Waterproof Search Coil||Yes|
|Interchangeable Search Coil||Yes|
|Technology||VLF Single Frequency|
|Arm Rest Strap||No|
|Assembled Length Max (in)||51.5|
|Assembled Length Min (in)||44|
|Control Box Mount||Standard|
|Number of Frequencies||1|
|Programmable Target Id||No|
|Target Id Segments||9|
|Search Mode Types||All Metal, Auto Notch, Discrimination, Notch Discrimination|
|Battery Life (hr)||20 to 25 Hours|
Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector
You Get Much More when you Buy your Bounty Hunter Metal Detector
from Kellyco Metal Detector Superstore!
Don't let the affordable price fool you. The Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II metal detector parks in powerful features, like an advanced Zilog Z-86 computer circuit, for superior discrimination and control. Aided by its big, waterproof Bounty D-Tech search coil, Quick Draw II can find coins up to ten inches deep, larger object up to five feet deep. It can even detect a quarter-inch gold nugget buried under four inches of earth! Quick Draw II features three levels of iron discrimination, enabling the user to tune out small nails and other trash, while still detecting larger relics and collectibles. The unit provides both target ID and depth readout; sensitivity control; full discrimination; auto and variable notch, and a low battery indicator. It comes complete with built-in speaker and headphone jack, and is backed by Bounty Hunter's exclusive five-year limited warranty.
Lowest price detector with target ID & depth readout! Also has auto notch & variable notch discrimination, sensitivity control, auto ground balance, 3-tone target ID, and low battery indicator.
The Quick Draw II is equipped with a powerful Zilog Z-86 Computer Circuit, which combines with Bounty Hunter's Patented Technology to offer more features, performance and value than any other detector in its price range.
- 5 Year Warranty
- 8" Search Coil
- Frequency: 6.6 kHz
- Total Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.58 kgs)
- Depth Readout
- Batteries: (2) 9V
- Detector Type: VLF
- Three-Tone Target ID
- Adjustable Sensitivity
- Retune: Auto / Manual
- Factory Preset Ground Balance
- Built-in Speaker and 1/4" Headphone Jack
Included Free Accessories- Sku: 64-PROMO - Total Value: $32.90
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Review by Mike S on December 18, 2012
I just bought me and my dad a BOUNTY HUNTER QUICK DRAW II about a week ago and we took them out to try to tune them and we ended up picking up what appeared to be coins on the display but 9 times outta 10 we would dig up pull tabs or aluminum mind u we tuned them with coins,gold ring,silver quarter before we left the house and notched out iron,aluminum and pull tabs but for some reason i even scanned across a aluminum can that was buried and it was showing continuously each time i scanned over it was a quarter so i tried notching it out did nothing auto notch did nothing nor discriminate it was still saying the aluminum can was a quarter plus another downfall is if u wanted to try finding gold u would about have to dig up every piece of trash cause gold shows up under the foil/iron,pull tabs,s caps,or zinc so have fun trying to find gold near buried trash. and for kellycos accessories there's no way their worth that much what i had included in the bounty hunter quick draw II that said it was a $95.20 value free the most i could see was mabye a $25.00 value headphones are about as cheap as they get. Well that about narrows it down hopefully this review is helpful. Im gonna be getting ahold of kellyco to see about a refund i already have a cheap $75.00 metal detector that can find trash why spend over $200.00 on one
Review by Frank B.
Review by Frank B on August 22, 2010
I bought this detector 5 years ago and used it mainly on summer beach vacations once a year. Recently, I have been taking it out locally in parks and school yards and have much success. While I still haven't found any gold jewelry, I find lots of clad coins every time I go out.
This spring I had my best find yet - a 1862 Civil War token! I find this machine easy to use and with more practice you get familiar with the tones. I usually have a pretty good idea what target I'm on by the tone alone. The battery life is very good too. I recommend this detector to anyone new to the hobby for the price and performance. Do yourself a favor though, with the money you save on the detector get yourself a Garret Pro-Pointer pin-pointer it will save you tons of time digging.
Review by Garrett .
Review by Garrett on March 17, 2010
It's real fun but when I dig up a target I can't find anything and it says it can pinpoint but it can't. So, all in all, I give it 3 stars.
Review by Chris M.
Review by Chris M on November 08, 2009
I traded my drywall skills for my metal detector. I found wheat and Indian head pennies. I have found a 24kt gold coin still not identified. Yesterday I found a 1930’s brass lone ranger badge. I have found several matchbox cars the only drawback I have is aluminum foil. I love this detector.
Review by Dick R.
Review by Dick R on April 14, 2008
About the Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II: Starting out, the weight is minimal, somewhere around 3lb, very light if your swing it for few hours or all day.
My wife and I both like it for that same reason. Now the Quick Draw goes together real easy from putting the 2 9 volt alkaline batteries in and how the coil shaft go together. There are 8 inch coils and 4 inch Gold Bug coil, 4in.coil great high trashier areas and when in the mountains looking for gold nuggets in the streams. 8in coils are good for relic and also deep cache hunting large open areas.
Looking at the face plate is what my wife likes most. It has the nine dictate target Id and the three different tone solutions. They are high, medium and low. A person hears a tone and then looks at the target read out to see what could be there. Then looks at the depth read out to see how much digging will have to be done for the target. This is all given in inches very easy to follow.
The next is the discriminating modes that the Quick Draw II has. Those modes are Disc/All-Metal, Notch, and Auto-Notch now these are all located along with Power on high sensitive nob and low to high Discrimination nob. What it boils down to is the Bounty Hunter" Quick Draw II" is and does every thing the manual says. It is real easy to use and handle.
Last year I found some 600 pennies 200 quarters 300 dimes 200 nickels. I also found a lot toy cars, rings some 9.25, and others just as neat.
All in all, the Quick Draw II is good metal detector easy to use, easy to read the digital face plate.