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Bounty Hunter QD2GWP Quick Draw II Metal Detector with Pin Pointer and Carry Bag

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  • Bounty Hunter Quick Draw metal detectors are fully automated to eliminate false signals
  • One-touch depth select control adjusts sensitivity to more deeply buried targets
  • Features an 8-inch interchangeable waterproof coil with sensitivity and discrimination controls
  • Operates on two 9-volt alkaline batteries (not included)
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 16.8 x 14.5 inches ; 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VC1AO2
  • Item model number: QD2GWP-PL
  • Batteries 2 9V batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,389 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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Beach combers, treasure and relic hunters, prospectors and coin shooters will love the Quick Draw II metal detector from Bounty Hunter for it’s comfort, sensitivity and discrimination control, and digital readout for easy of use. A precision device for locating metallic items, such as jewelry, coins, bullets, and other various artifacts buried up to 3 feet deep, the detector features an 8-inch interchangeable waterproof coil with sensitivity and discrimination controls, so you’ll know whether there are valuable coins down there or just rusty nails and tin cans.

The Quick Draw II’s auto notch and selective notch filters let the detector discriminate between metal types. In auto notch the detector automatically displays the type and size of metal found. Selective notch filter mode lets you set the detector to include or exclude any object type or combination of types, finding for example, 1/2 dollars and ignoring unwanted items or finding any type of coin only, or excluding pop can pull tops for example while showing everything else.

The detector notifies you with either an audible tone or visual indicator as to what range of metal types a detected object is likely to fall in for further weeding out of undesired items. Touch pad selection and 3-level iron discrimination help produce more coins and fewer rusty nails. The unit's handy LCD display with target identification and depth readout help pinpoint the location of artifacts. Not only does the Bounty Hunter discriminate between valuable metals and iron, it displays coin sizes up to 8 inches deep and detects larger objects up to 3 feet down. A handy headphone jack helps you tune into the search even near noisy streets (headphones sold separately). The purchase is backed by a 5-year limited warranty and includes a storage pouch.

Product Description

Beach combers, treasure and relic hunters, prospectors and coin shooters will love the Quick Draw II metal detector from Bounty Hunter for it’s comfort, sensitivity and discrimination control, and digital readout for easy of use. A precision device for locating metallic items, such as jewelry, coins, bullets, and other various artifacts buried up to 3 feet deep, the detector features an 8-inch interchangeable waterproof coil with sensitivity and discrimination controls, so you’ll know whether there are valuable coins down there or just rusty nails and tin cans. The Quick Draw II’s auto notch and selective notch filters let the detector discriminate between metal types. In auto notch the detector automatically displays the type and size of metal found. Selective notch filter mode lets you set the detector to include or exclude any object type or combination of types, finding for example, 1/2 dollars and ignoring unwanted items or finding any type of coin only, or excluding pop can pull tops for example while showing everything else. The detector notifies you with either an audible tone or visual indicator as to what range of metal types a detected object is likely to fall in for further weeding out of undesired items. Touch pad selection and 3-level iron discrimination help produce more coins and fewer rusty nails. The unit's handy LCD display with target identification and depth readout help pinpoint the location of artifacts. Not only does the Bounty Hunter discriminate between valuable metals and iron, it displays coin sizes up to 8 inches deep and detects larger objects up to 3 feet down. A handy headphone jack helps you tune into the search even near noisy streets (headphones sold separately). The purchase is backed by a 5-year limited warranty and includes a storage pouch.


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Customer Reviews

Very light and easy to use.
Wendy Roxo
The hand held pin pointer is very helpful when digging up your find.
connie s craig
It's going to be fun and we can't wait to take it to the beach.
Nonamemarine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

146 of 152 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on January 6, 2009
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The "Bounty Hunter Quick Draw II" (QDII) is a very good, feature rich, mid-priced metal detector. After doing a lot of research for a "real" metal detector as a gift for my teenage son, I found the features for the price made the QDII the clear choice.

The QDII has features that are generally only found on higher priced units:

* The LCD screen can indicate what type of metal has been found
* Indicates approximate depth
* The Notch Modes work well for filtering out most trash items

We have really enjoyed using this sensitive and accurate metal detector!

The included "bonus" items are a Carrying Bag (a little smallish, but functional) and a "Bounty Hunter Pinpoint Pinpointer" (a small metal detector used to help locate items in the ground). Both are good quality and useful to have with the QDII.

Highly recommended!
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By M. Wood on April 19, 2010
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The Quickdraw II is a great all-around metal detector. I mostly use it in the "All metal" mode but have also used it to notch out unwanted metals where it performs as advertised. I've dug up relics and coins, and the coin ID has been accurate 99 percent of the time. You get used to the different sounds and after a while can guess what metal you're digging (tab, rusted can, etc). I don't believe the depth indicator works accurately on mine so I use it as a guide moreso than gospel. Many detector ads tout depth finding ability but how deep do you really need to go? Most of the stuff you'll find is not down that deep (2-8 inches or so - course your milege may vary). Took it to the beach and was satisfied. In the dry sand, it performed very well (get a good heavy-duty sand scooper for the beach). However, when used too close to the water or in wet sand, the detector gives off numerous false readings as the sodium in the water drives it crazy. To adjust, I turned the sensitivity almost all the way down and was able to use the detector - but doing so sacrifices capability to detect some objects and probably gives up depth. The computer module is not water proof so you probably don't want to get too close anyway. I purchased the 10-inch coil for the beach and was pleased as it allows coverage of more area in one swipe and penetrates a little deeper. Difficulty with the 10-inch is pin-pointing the location of the object when digging in the earth but not an issue at the beach (much easier to scoop sand than earth). The 8-inch coil that comes with the unit is much better suited for "zeroing in" on your find. Overall, I'm very pleased with the unit and highly recomment it for general purpose metal detecting. If detecting at the beach was my main focus, then I would look for a different detector.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Chem_prof on January 19, 2013
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This is our first metal detector. We have operated it on four of five occasions for a total of about 8 hours. We tried the all metal mode, and the auto notch mode. The auto notch mode helps eliminate small iron objects like nails, and saves a lot of digging. We use it especially when looking for money. A great feature that comes on many metal detectors is the three tones. In our searching high tones were "good", so we would ignore low tones. We were searching a very old homestead and the place was littered with ancient rusted nails. The high tones allowed us to find a brass faucet, two flattened tuna cans, some interesting (but unrecognizable metal pieces), some huge bolts, an old 30 caliber rifle casing, some old drain pipes, etc.

Our mode of operation is this. Dad (the meticulous one) searches, Mom (the go-getter) digs with the big shovel, and the Kids use the pinpointer to find the treasure. If we didn't have the pinpointer, this whole review would be different! Old stuff looks JUST LIKE DIRT. The pinpointer buzzes when it hits metal, so the kids poke the wand through the shoveled dirt until we hear a buzz. It is very exciting!

There was a review that criticized the carrying case because you have to disassemble the metal detector. I disagree with them. All you have to do is push a button on the shaft to slide them apart. Then unplug the coil cord from the electronic box. Place the two pieces into the carry case, and zip it up. NO PROBLEM, and I like that it protects the device.

Oh, and one thing that was not mentioned in other reviews, is the fact that the shaft has about 1 foot of adjustability. It can be sized to fit our 11 yr old and it can be lengthened for the adults.
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66 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on April 20, 2010
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I did quite a lot of research before buying on all kinds and all prices of metal detectors. I found that for the price, the Quick Draw 2 had the options we wanted. I have been most pleased with this machine... if it tells me there is a coin..there is a coin. It has not been wrong yet. Batteries wear well. I haven't had to change them in over a month and we use it a lot on the week ends, and some through the week. I would definitely recommend it. We have found numerous coins with it, and it has been great for us!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Bill C on February 24, 2013
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You can spend a lot more money,but I'm sure why you would, this one will do the job, its all in how you set up the controls, I, use a $1200 detector side by side with this one and it found everything the expensive one did just as easy just as fast, so if your into bells and whistles, go the expensive route, if not this unit is pretty simple and easy to use and does the same job
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