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Easy to use yet versatile, the Quicksilver metal detector is ideal for beginning treasure hunters who want to detect basic targets without having to constantly fine tune the equipment.
The Quicksilver--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 three operating modes controlled by an intuitive 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 mode adds further versatility to the detecting process, with the ability to manually eliminate, or “notch out,” a select range of items.
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 Quicksilver can distinguish between iron in the ground and valuable metals. The detector owes its accuracy to such features as an LCD display with a four-segment digital target ID, which identifies buried targets with ease, and a three-tone audio feedback function. The Quicksilver even 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 search depth corresponds with a One-Touch Depth Select Control). Plus, the coil and stem are waterproof, so you can submerge them when searching for treasure in damp grass or shallow water.
To ensure privacy, the Quicksilver 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 Quicksilver weighs 2.8 pounds and carries a five-year limited warranty.
My last White metal detector cost $900. This is just as good and lighter.Published 23 days ago by Patrick Conley
We decided to buy a metal detector as a hobby after seeing some people look for quite a while for a lost pendant and coming up empty handed. Read morePublished 28 days ago by CO girl in NY
My son got this for his birthday and he loves it. It took us a while to get use to the beeps and depths. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Just us
This metal detector is a piece of crap not only does it give you false signals but there is no sensitivity and by coins it means aluminum all I found was junk and half the time I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brandon Mitchell
Not worth the 120 bucks I paid at all, buy a Garrett instead, you will get so much more out of it! This one doesnt go deep at all and the coin detection is often wrong, it screams... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim V Erdem
Its a fun way to kill some time. I used it originally to look for some jewelry we lost. But then It became a lazy-afternoon activity. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stokely