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Bounty Hunter QD2 Quick Draw II Metal Detector


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  • Powerful metal detector ideal for accurately detecting specific targets at depth
  • Motion All-Metal, Progressive Discrimination, Notch, and Auto Notch modes
  • Preset ground balance neutralizes response to mineral content in the ground
  • Disc/notch control distinguishes between targets and unwanted metals
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Details

Product Manual [770kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 28.5 x 10.2 x 6.2 inches ; 3.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00005A3L2
  • Item model number: QD2-PL
  • Batteries 2 9V batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,124 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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Equipped with a powerful microchip computer circuit and patented Bounty Hunter technology, the Quick Draw II metal detector identifies specific targets at depth with tremendous accuracy, making it an ideal choice for coin shooting, treasure hunting, and locating lost property markers or household items.

Quick Draw in action
The Quick Draw II's lightweight design is easy to maneuver. (View larger).
Quick Draw display
The display includes a digital 9-segment probable target ID. (View larger).

4 Operating Modes

The Quick Draw II--which runs on two 9-volt batteries--is designed for easy handling, with a lightweight, ergonomic build that's comfortable for hours on end. The detector boasts four modes controlled by an easy-to-use touchpad. Motion All-Metal mode offers a single tone that detects all types of metal. Progressive Discrimination mode, by contrast, uses a single tone to automatically eliminate iron and other unwanted metals. The Notch and Auto Notch mode add further versatility to the detecting process, with the ability to manually or automatically eliminate, or “notch out,” a select range of items.

Easy Detection

Bounty Hunter equips all its metal detectors with a preset ground balance that neutralizes the response to mineral content in the ground. As a result, the Quick Draw II can distinguish between iron in the ground and valuable metals. The detector further distinguishes good finds from bad with a disc/notch control, which eliminates unwanted metals from detection, and a sensitivity control that reduces electromagnetic interference. It’s in the accuracy department that the Quick Draw II really shines, however. The detector includes a digital nine-segment probable target ID that identifies a wide range of targets, along with three-tone audio feedback. The unit also offers a digital probable coin depth indicator that determines how deep a target is buried, making it easier to dig up.

In addition, the Quick Draw II searches deeper than many other detectors thanks to the 8-inch open coil design, which searches to 8 inches for coin-size objects and 3 feet for larger objects. The coil and stem are even waterproof, so you can submerge them when searching for treasure in damp grass or shallow water.

Operation

To ensure privacy, the detector comes equipped with a ¼-inch headphone jack compatible with most headphones. Other features include an easy-to-read LCD display, a low battery indicator, an adjustable-height design, a padded armrest, and a detector stand. The Quick Draw II weighs 3.5 pounds and carries a five-year limited warranty.

Customer Reviews

It is light and easy to use.
Jack Carter
I highly recommend this metal detector to any beginner or intermediate treasure hunter or hobbyist.
turtleskye
The detector comes with some nice discriminating features.
A. Winford

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 142 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 3, 2002
I did a lot of searching and review reading on the internet before finally deciding what to buy. I am convinced Quick Draw II is THE best value available of any make by any conpany. The features on the QDII are generally found only on much higher priced detectors. This thing really works as advertised. I have already found several coins and other things right in my own yard. It will reliably indicate what coin is being detected although it many times confuses dimes and pennies on the LCD readout. It is very sensitive and detects most coin size items very reliably to about 6 or 8 inches. The auto notch discrimination works well and filters out most trash items. I have used metal detectors that ended up being aggravating and frustrating. This one is a pleasure to use and is quickly becoming a relaxing and profitable pastime for me. If you want a serious metal detector without spending a whole lot of money give it a try... you won't be disappointed...
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118 of 124 people found the following review helpful By F. Docherty on August 7, 2002
The Bounty hunter QDII is a detector that allows both the proffesional and amateur detectorist to make excellent finds. although it is in Bounty hunters interest to push their higher price models, the QDII is probably the equal of most detectors in a much higher price bracket, and is in my opinion not promoted enough.
It is good on the beach, on both wet and dry sand, it is at home inland, in forest, park, or ploughed field. it is advanced in its electronics, and very lightweight. this detector is in a class of its own, and very affordable. Dont allow the low price to put you off, this detector is easily the equal of detectors in the £600 price range, and will pay for itelf in no time at all.
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94 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Cage SC on June 14, 2005
For the same price you can pick up the SAME detector at WalMart. It's Wally-branded the Pioneer 202 there, but it's the same detector.

It's a nice enough "intro-level" detector to see if the hobby is something you might want to get serious about and thus make the necessary investments and upgrades to equipment designed for the long-haul or extended use.

If you really want a fair to good dectector, I'd seriously try the Prizm series (III-V) of the Whites Electronics line or a similar intro models meade by more reknowned companies like Whites, Garrett, Fisher, Tesorro or even the foreign-made Explorer.

PROS:

- Dandy little "coin-shooter" for kids and visitors while YOU use the "real" thing

- Ideal for sandy or chip-filled play areas

- Lightweight and easy to use and adjust

- Great little machine for curious relatives/friends to try, kids over 12 or to loan to land owners whose property you'd like to detect.

- Not a "bad" investment for the money, but there ARE better detectors in the $200 range.

CONS:

- Like most detectors, it'll eat up those 9volt batteries in no time if you're not using headphones (Upgrading would save you batteries)

- Not having a adjustable strap over the arm cup is literally a real pain in the arm!

- No depth (about 4 inches is pushing it, though it's picked up quarters in "clean" soil at 6 inches)

- Wil NOT work anywhere NEAR a salt beach...not even in the dry dunes. In fact, I couldn't use it to hunt a park about a mile inland because the Rec Dept had used beach sand for the play areas.

- Overloads easily in trashy areas or mineralized soil.

- Totally worthless for relic hunting.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By A. Winford on January 13, 2008
A small caveat before you read this review. Understand who this detector is marketed towards. Individuals with a lot of metal detecting exposure or experience will mock this inexpensive version of a more sophisticated Whites or Garrett detector. However, if you are a beginner, this is not a bad first investment considering the prices of some of the more advanced detectors on the market. I was an avid detector fan in high school for a summer some twenty years ago and only recently got bit by the same bug that has infected my eight year old son after watching the National Treasure movies. So for Christmas he got his Bounty Hunter Jr. and I got this detector but the Walmart branded version which is the Pioneer 202.
First, this detector is excellent at honing your digging skills, something you will need as you advance along in the sport. The reason? I dig a lot. A whole lot. With this detector, I find it very difficult to adequately pin-point my target, even using the suggestions that were included in a nice DVD that comes with the product demonstrating its features. However, as I get more accustomed to the detector's quirks and improve my pinpointing abilities, this skill will server me well after I spend $800 - $1000 on a detector with more advanced pinpointing technology. Also, because I dig a lot, I've learned to repair the ground where I torturously labored for some time.
That is really my only negative, again, referencing the market for this detector. The detector comes with some nice discriminating features. It has a manual discriminator that allows you to progressively eliminate certain objects. You can test this by moving the discriminator knob slowly, while you pass objects you want to eliminate over the search coil.
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