The Bounty Hunter Discovery 2200 Metal Detector is designed to be lightweight and ergonomic for easy handling and comfortable use.
The Bounty Hunter® Discovery 2200 Metal Detector is from Bounty Hunter's® recent line of feature packed and easy to use Discovery Series metal detectors. The entire line of Bounty Hunter® metal detectors operate on two 9-Volt batteries and are designed to be lightweight and ergonomic for easy handling and comfortable use. Their standard motion all-metal mode detects all types of metal, while the progressive discrimination control eliminates iron and other unwanted items. As the metal detecting coil nears a target, the Discovery 2200 three-tone audio feedback aids in distinguishing between valuables and undesirable metals. This model also comes equipped with a 1/4 " headphone jack compatible with most headphones for privacy while treasure hunting. In addition, Bounty Hunter® equips all their metal detectors with a preset ground balance that neutralizes the response to mineral content in the ground.
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