Quest Metal Detectors & Accessories
Quest Metal Detectors was founded by hobby detectorists looking to bring both quality and value to the metal detecting market. Whether you are browsing their myriad of metal detectors or perusing their many metal detecting accessories, you will be happy to see such a large selection of products built to perform. Kellyco is proud to carry a wide variety of Quest Metal Detectors, such as their Quest Pro metal detector, their variety of headphones, or their precision pinpointer. If you have any questions about Quest Metal Detectors’ products, please reach out to our customer experience team and we would be happy to help.
Best-Selling Quest Products
Quest produces several metal detectors that feature different price ranges, different features, and different designs, allowing every metal detectorist to find their perfect machine. The Quest Pro is one of the higher-end options that features excellent detection depth, great ground coverage, and incredible ergonomic design. If you are looking for an entry-level machine, consider the Quest X5 or the Quest Q20 metal detector. Each metal detector comes stock with a double-D search coil that provides excellent ground coverage, a coil cover for that search coil, waterproof capabilities, and ergonomic features that allow compatibility with wireless headphones and other products. Every Quest metal detector is built to last a lifetime and will keep you finding plenty of treasure with minimal effort.
Quest Scuba Tector Pro (Orange)On opening the compact box, the first thing you see is a smart looking orange and black coloured folded mini detector. I dug down and found some additional surprises in the box, none of which seem to have been listed on any website (including the Quest site), apart from the included USB-C cable to charge the battery. Surprises included: a coil cover - an extendable coiled lanyard to secure the detector to a diving belt – a second lanyard to attach to your wrist for beach and shallow water detecting – a bag containing two 'O' seals and plastic pieces, (most of which I have yet to figure out what they are for) – a plastic adaptor which screws on to the top of the detector handle into which you can fit a rod – a nice Quest bag for carrying the detector – Quest stickers, along with their 2020 catalogue and a card indicating the serial number of the detector for warranty purposes. No manual is included apart from a piece of cardboard which forms part of the packaging of the box which has illustrative diagrams with arrows indicating how to turn it on, the boost and mode button and recharge point. I immediately charged the battery to full capacity (lasts 14 hours), and made myself a rod out of a cast-off hiking trekking pole as this lady of 62 prefers not to be bent double when searching! I attached the rod to the detector with the plastic adaptor but the rod wiggled a bit as it was not the same diameter as the adaptor. One thing that is great is that as the trekking pole is metal, I could still use the vibrate mode rather than the audible alarm. I then headed to the local freshwater streams. The machine is superb, very versatile and so much fun to use! The orange handle is 9 inches long and the oblong coil is 9.75 inches by 3.50 inches wide. On my very first search in the stream it alerted me to something near a rock (a large old bolt). It can access small crevices in rocks and is very easy to flip around and maneuver. I tested it on a gold ring which it found at a depth of 4 inches. The buzzer alert is not loud enough especially when searching near rushing water which is where the vibrate alert comes in so well. Of course it is a small light machine and when folded up (so neat!), fits easily into a backpack. A few points to consider: • After 2 hours of constant detecting in cold melted-snow water, the rod adaptor broke. Quest does not have the adaptor listed as an accessory (in fact the accessory list on their website is blank). Kellyco stepped in though and saved the day (they really are awesome). • You will need to make your own rod as none are available yet from Quest. • No “interchangeable search coil” is listed or available. • No manual is included or available. HOWEVER, this mini detector is definitely worth buying and worth waiting for the items mentioned above from Quest. Have fun!on March 15, 2021
Quest Wirefree MateThis is a very convenient accessory, for obvious reasons. one less tether to tangle. The units are well made, factory mated and function well. This combination includes all the mounting, connecting and charging parts needed. You will need to supply your own wall charger. Most of us have spares left over from cell phones, Etc. KELLYCO also has them available for sale. A nice storage/carrying case is included.on October 12, 2020
Quest X10 Metal DetectorManual isn't good. I used videos to learn this detector. Once you learn this detector, its awesome, nice..has a savable user mode. Rare on a machine at this price. Heavily under rated.on August 24, 2020
Quest ScoopalVery well built. Very heavy. Will last for years.on August 5, 2020