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Manual ground balance for highest performance in more adverse conditions. Deepest seeking detector. 3-Digit target ID. Precise metal detector ideal for accurately detecting specific targets at depth. Motion All-Metal, Progressive Discrimination, Notch, and Pinpoint modes. Preset ground balance neutralizes response to mineral content in the ground. Digital 11-segment probable target ID identifies a wide range of targets. Ships in Certified Frustration-Free PackagingPrecise metal detector ideal for accurately detecting specific targets at depthMotion All-Metal, Progressive Discrimination, Notch, and Pinpoint modesPreset ground balance neutralizes response to mineral content in the groundDigital 11-segment probable target ID identifies a wide range of targetsShips in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Manual Ground Balance capability gives user control over ground balance settings
Microprocessor controlled discrimination
Deep-seeking one-touch pinpoint mode for greater depth and pinpoint exact locations of buried objects
5-Modes of operation for easy to use turn-on-and-go operation
4-Tone audio I.D. gives unique tones for different types of metal
Weight – 2.5 lbs
Length – Adjustable
Coil – 8 inch waterproof searchcoil
Operates on 2 9V alkaline batteries
Operating frequency 6.6 kHz
5 Year limited warranty against defects in workmanship and materials
The Discovery 3300 Metal Detector is the deepest seeking detector by Bounty HunterR. It features manual ground balance or highest performance in more adverse conditions and pinpoint for deepest seeking detection and accurate location. The 3300 also offers 3-digit target ID, 11-segment digital target identification, 1-touch elimination of unwanted targets, coin depth indicator and 4-tone audio feedback. Requires two 9V alkaline batteries.
Customer reviewsUSE THE PINPOINTER FEATURE AND REFINEMENT TRICK
plug and play unit..pin pointer technique ground balance technique... go to YouTube.... listen and learn...water resistant....NOT waterproof...found lots of great stuff ...coins rings..including junk...even the best dig junk...its the location that counts...google earth satellite helps a lot.