Bounty Hunter Gold Digger Reviews, Price and Specifications

All-Purpose Land Metal Detector

Retail Price: $99.95

Number of Reviews: 2

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Specifications:

Automatic tuning and ground balance
Power and sensitivity control
Trash eliminator control (to remove most undesirable items from detection)
1/8 headphone jack and headphones
Treasure meter (to determine strength of signal)
Detects coin-sized objects up to 6 deep; larger objects up to 2 feet
Requires Two 9-volt Alkaline Batteries
1 year limited warranty

Bounty Hunter Gold Digger

Jeff in up state ny - best
I too bought mine on eBay used. I'm new at this. I paid around 65.00 dollars for it. I didn't use it right away because it was winter in upstate NY. It gets very cold here, and the ground is like a rock lol. Really I didn't know were to go so I started in a school year. I was very surprised how deep I was picking up beeping when out. During 3 outings I found 25c, 5c, dimes, pennies, an old ring at 4" deep. Most of my finds were at 2" and 4" deep among lots of junk (nails and stuff like that). I wish I lived near a beach - I would be there all day! lol Just waiting for a gold ring or something like that. Good luck everyone!

Jul 27, 2011
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My first detector - Gold Digger

Brian in Waterford, PA USA - best
Cost was a large factor when I purchased the BH Gold Digger. I got it on eBay for under $60.00 so figured it would be an expensive toy. Boy, was I wrong. It went together easily and even though it does not have all the bells and whistles, it is a very good detector. I have used it in all metal mode and also utilized the discriminator. I have found it to be very sensitive. Pinpointing with the unit works very well, and I have gotten used to cutting small plugs and rarely have a problem locating what caused the signal. I have kissed a lot of frogs but have also found my princess. My best find in the month I have had the BHGD is 65 Roossie's and 22 nickels - all in the same hole. The dimes were in a plastic roll, and the nickels were laying loose. Have no idea why anyone would bury a load of coins like that, but the dimes are worth around $90.00, so I have already found enough to say that the Gold Digger has paid off. If anyone wants to get started in metal detecting, then I highly recommend this unit as a first detector. Well worth the cost of the unit.

Jul 06, 2010
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