Bounty Hunter Tracker IV

Price: $160
Avg. Score: 4 stars 4.48
Based on 62 reviews

Avg. Durability: 5 stars!4.73
Avg. Ease of use: 5 stars!4.82
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Bounty Hunter Tracker IV

July 30, 2004
Don't be fooled by the price, I own a few detectors and most of the time prefer the tracker IV because of it's light weight and tone discrimination. It may not offer all the bells, whistles and prestige of a Garrett or White's but the bottom line is I dig up less pull tabs and bottle caps with my tracker and can swing it for hours because it is so light.

The tone ID is awesome ....nice and simple for the average guy. The meter helps me hone right in on targets and the three position toggle along with sensitivity and discrimination controls gives me all I need to have a great day.

As a matter of fact I just bought a new Fisher 1225x ( another simple yet extremely powerful machine ) with nothing but three months worth of clad finds from my tracker do the math....over $100.00 per month in clad crusing central florida's busiest beaches. I have nothing bad to say about the tracker except that I wish I had found it sooner.

Overall Rating 4 stars


Bounty Hunter Tracker IV

February 15, 2004
Though most experienced detector users tend to disregard Bounty Hunter detectors as toys, I found the Tracker IV to be a GREAT first detector,
BUT... you absolutely MUST get the 4" coil to go along with it unless you
detect at the beach.

Pinpointing in trashy parks is difficult with any of the 8" coils I've used, but it's much, MUCH easier with a 4" coil. Actual depth was about five, maybe six inches with an 8" coil, and about four to four and a half inches with a 4" coil.

Overall Rating 5 stars!


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