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|Options||Whites TreasureMaster Pro||Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II|
|Battery Type||2 AA||Two 9V|
|Operating frequency||7.812kHz.||6.5 kHz.|
|Target ID||16-Segment||9 Segment|
|Tone ID||8 Tones||3 Tones|
|Ability to change coils||Yes||Yes|
|Ground balance||Auto, Tracking||Auto|
|Waterproof||Coil only||Coil only|
|Warranty||3 Years||5 Years|
|Number of Reviews|| 3
|Avg. User Rating||3.83||4.04|
|Avg. Durability Rating||4.17||3.91|
|Avg. Ease of Use Rating||4.17||4.09|
|Avg. Depth Rating|
Most helpful review for Whites TreasureMaster ProReally nice machine !!
I bought the TreasurePro as a backup to my Whites MX5. After using the TreasurePro for several hours, I had a hard time not choosing it over the MX5 as my primary machine.
I eventually traded my MX5 for another TreasurePro and also bough a NEL Sharpshooter coil for the first one. With the Sharpshooter coil the TPro is a joy to swing, light and well balanced. It is not heavy with the D2 coil however I like the NEL better and it's almost as deep. I love the display on the TPro. It has large VDI numbers and the backlight is great. Love all the features on the TPro like tracking and track lock. Just a nice detector for the money and I love mine.
Stephen from Texas
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Most helpful review for Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter IIBounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II is hard to beat.
I am very happy with my Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II. It takes time to learn the machine. I have found a gold ring, numerous silver rings, silver coins, clad, clad and more clad change.
This detector is a dime and quarter magnet. I have dug a child's silver ring at a fresh water beach over 12 inches deep. It regularly finds coins eight inches and deeper. I set the sensitivity at around 12:00 o'clock and the discrimination at 10:00 o'clock for moderately trashy areas, more sensitivity and less discrimination for clean areas.
After getting a high pitch repeatable tone, I switch to all metal mode. I know the size of the object before I dig it by passing the coil over the target and listening for the tone in the all metal mode. The shorter the tone the smaller the object. Longer tone means a soda pop can 90% of the time. Short tones or precise tone means a small coin sized object.
Once I figured this out, my trash to treasure ratio increased dramatically.
I thought you had to spend a lot of money on a detector, but this detector has proved me wrong. I watch a lot of You Tube videos and I am finding as much and sometimes more than the guys using the $1,400 detectors. I saw a new Bounty Hunter Sharp Shooter II at Academy Sporting Goods the other day for $149.00! I bought it so I can take along someone and introduce them to the world of metal detecting.
My wife thinks I need intervention.
Fred Gober from North Central Texas
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