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Bounty Hunter Tracker IV Metal Detector
with 8" Search Coil Plus Metal Detecting & Treasure Hunting Accessories
Need the perfect metal detector to get your kids interested in your favorite hobby? Look no further! The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV is the perfect machine for kids who want to be treasure hunters! The Tracker IV is easily the most lightweight and simplistic metal detector on the market today. With only two adjustable knobs, an LED battery-warning light and an analog target indicator meter, this metal detector will give any youngster a taste of treasure hunting without having to fork over a treasure!
The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV metal detector is a user-friendly instrument, offering tremendous value for the money, while delivering effective performance over a wide range of conditions and applications. The Tracker IV is an old standby. This classic model features dual tone discriminate. It also includes a sensitivity adjustment and a discrimination control. The display is a simple intensity meter which does not identify the targets.
Streamlined in appearance, with only two operating controls and a mode selection switch, the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV has eliminated the most difficult aspect of metal detector operation: Ground Balancing. With built-in Automatic Ground Trac, the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV balances for mineralization while you detect. The Tracker IV will detect in extreme ground conditions from beaches to highly mineralized inland sites with no operator adjustments to the circuitry and with no loss of sensitivity.
- Bounty Hunter Pouch
- Bounty Hunter Digger
|Factory Included Accessories||
|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)||53|
|Assembled Length Min (in)||45|
|Control Box Mount||Standard|
|Number of Frequencies||1|
|Programmable Target Id||No|
|Target Id Segments||N/A|
|Ground Balance||Automatic Ground Tracking|
|Search Mode Types||All Metal, Discrimination|
|Battery Life (hr)||20 to 25 Hours|
Bounty Hunter Tracker IV Metal Detector
Metal Detector for Kids
Is there a budding little detectorist in your life?
This detector is a favorite for children 12 and under.
Need the perfect metal detector to get your kids interested in your favorite hobby? Look no further! The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV is the perfect machine for youngsters who want to be treasure hunters!
The Tracker IV is easily the most lightweight and simplistic metal detector on the market today. With only two adjustable knobs, an LED battery-warning light and an analog target indicator meter, this metal detector will give any youngster a taste of treasure hunting without having to fork over a treasure!
It features only two different hunting modes and has automatic ground balancing to keep you from getting frustrated with settings while two distinct audio tones will alert you to the different metals buried underground.
Ideal for any environment, the Tracker IV's 8" search coil can be taken into damp grass and even shallow water or puddles. The search coil is waterproof but the case and case-to-cable connection is not.
- 5 Year Warranty
- 8" Search Coil
- Frequency: 6.8 kHz
- Weight: 2.8 lbs (1.27 kgs)
- Batteries: (2) 9V
- Search Modes: 2
- All Metal, Discrimination
- 1/4" Headphone Jack
- 3-Position Mode Switch
- 2-Tone Audio Discrimination
- Internal Speaker
- Bounty-Arc Stand
- Low Battery Indicator
- Sensitivity Adjustment
- "S-Rod" Handle System
- Automatic Ground Balance
- 2 pc. Adjustable Aluminum Stem
- Easy-To-Assemble (no tools required)
- Visual Intensity Meter Display System
- Padded Arm Support & Cushioned Hand Grip
Included Free Accessories- Sku: 64-KITB - Total Value: $240.55
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Review by Zach G.
Review by Zach G on March 21, 2008
The Bounty Hunter Tracker 4 is a great detector for the new detectorist! It has great discrimination and sensitivity. Make sure you tune it right or it will give erratic signals.
I have used it for about 3 years now and haven't changed. I love my detector. The only negative thing I have to say about it is that when you hit the ground it might give off a beep. That's only sometimes. I mostly use my detector for relic/coin hunting. I hunt parks, historical sites, and sometimes beaches. I have found over 3000 coins as a detectorist. The depth is a great feature for the price too! I've picked up signals 9 inches into the ground.
The metal detector features 3 modes. Disc., All Metal, and Tone. It depends what location you are at but I will use all metal if I am at a clean area. It comes with a 8 inch super sensitive coil, but you can buy extras! I would recommend a pinpointer because in trashy areas things can get a bit hairy! My best find to date is a 1699 Shilling worth over 1,000 dollars. I have found 21 rings and 1,000 pop tops! I keep everything i find.
Review by Al S.
Review by Al S on March 17, 2008
Without a doubt in my mind I bought my first detector, the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV as a pure novice in this great hobby. It was real easy to setup and use right out of the box. I realized that more expensive detectors might be better but in some hunts I found as much as those who had these more costly units. I have hunted old fort sites, campgrounds, rural and rough mountain
terrain and found that weight and using it was not a problem. Recently I purchased a 4 inch head basically for closer pinpointing and using it for gold prospecting in the mountains of Georgia with more experienced buddy detectorists.
I believe that anyone who considers entering this hobby of treasure hunting with a detector, that they would be very wise to join a local treasure hunting club and take advantage of members who would guide and teach the basic methods and to convince the beginner to really read, experiment and learn whatever machine they choose to detect with.
I was fortunate to be able to hunt and learn the basics from one of the renowned detectorists, Butch Mayes, whom I believe knows about most every detector on the market today except perhaps for the brand new detectors still coming down the pike.
In my time hunting with a detector I have accumulated an assortment of coins artifacts , kids toys of years gone by,objects that someday I will identify and a small amount of nails,washers tools and other not real valuable but valuable in the sense that it was a FIND!
Review by Juan C.
Review by Juan C on March 17, 2008
The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV metal detector was my first. I had bought it when I was thirteen and did not know anything about metal detectors. I was always interested in the subject of treasure hunting, but never have done it.
With the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV everything was an ease. I went to my back yard and started digging coins and of course TRASH. With the Tone ID and Discriminator switch I would know what was what in a matter of days. The battery life was amazing. The Tracker IV ran for forty plus hours before changing them. What I really did like was the durability of the detector. Then the day came that I headed out to the beach being that I live in Miami.
Thanks to the automatic tuning detecting the beach was an ease. The Tracker IV was picking up all the targets that I wanted to hear. The Tracker IV had great depth. In one hour I already had found six dollars and fifty seven cents. Also found a junk gold ring. My typical finds were coins and the occasional jewelry. This metal detector exceeded my expectations. Being such an inexpensive detector I would think that it would not perform well, but indeed it did. A
fter that day I was hooked and was calling back Kellyco Detectors ordering accessories for my detector. I say because of this detector that I am remarkably experienced. I would definitely recommend the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV. Beginner or expert the Tracker IV can be very rewarding in the issue of money and fun!
Review by Caine H.
Review by Caine H on March 17, 2008
The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV was the first and only metal detector that I have owned since I became interested in the field of treasure hunting 2 years ago. Since that time I have had the opportunity to go out treasure hunting with my detector 8 to 15 times a year, which isn't a lot but is always fun.
Even though I don't go out a lot with my detector I have to say that it was very easy to set up and read. The buttons are easy to understand and the different selections are just a click of the button and turn of the dial away. I have even been able to teach my 6 year old the basics to us use the metal detector and he even enjoys it.
I have tried to, typically, go to local parks or areas that surround old schools that are now closed down. The parks are a great place to go to with the tracker IV because of the relative easy in changing your search criteria and it seems to penetrate into the ground fairly deep. It also helps that the weight of the metal detector is light enough to not hurt your arm, elbow or shoulder after long duration scanning. While scanning old school grounds I have found it nice to tune out metals that seem to show up all the time, like those old coke can pull tabs.
Since starting my metal detecting career I still have not focused on any particular type of searching, other than when in a park I try to search for coins or jewelry and at the school sites, trying to search for old coins or maybe something that a student would have used either for lunches or a toy of some sort
Review by James B.
Review by James B on March 17, 2008
Received the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV as a gift. It works reasonably well for my current needs. I have used two different White detectors owned by friends and when I am in the market for a new detector I will be evaluating the White line of detectors for my next purchase.