Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II Metal Detector
- Product Review (submitted on December 18, 2012):
- I just bought me and my dad a Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II about a week ago. 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 you we tuned them with coins, a gold ring and a silver quarter before we left the house and notched out iron, aluminum and pull tabs. But for some reason I even scanned across an aluminum can that was buried and it was showing continuously each time I scanned over it. It was a quarter so I tried notching it out and did nothing, auto notch did nothing, nor discriminate. It was still saying the aluminum can was a quarter. Plus another downfall is if you wanted to try finding gold you would have to dig up every piece of trash because gold shows up under the foil / iron, pull tabs, caps or zinc. So have fun trying to find gold near buried trash. As for Kellyco's accessories there's no way they're worth that much. What I had included in the Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II that said it was a $95.20 value free, but the most I could see was maybe a $25.00 value. Headphones are about as cheap as they get. Well that about narrows it down, hopefully this review is helpful. I'm gonna be getting a hold 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.