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|Options||Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro||Whites Classic 5 ID|
|Operating frequency||7.69 kHz|
|Tone ID||4 Tones|
|Ability to change coils||Yes|
|Ground balance||Auto, Manual|
|Number of Reviews|| 3
|Avg. User Rating||3.83||3.33|
|Avg. Durability Rating||4.17||4.00|
|Avg. Ease of Use Rating||4.67||4.00|
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Most helpful review for Bounty Hunter Land Ranger ProNot to bad
Since no one has written one I will do my best. I have only owned it for about a month, but I have used and many different ones. This detector is not going to be super deep. It will be about what they say, 10 inches on coins, maybe. I would say around 7 to 10 inches. I have tested it to 7 inches in real hunting. It came across loud and clear. I don't know about beach hunting, never done that. As far as a coin machine, I think that you will like it. Especially for the price. It has some pretty good features also. A true all metal. Several preset programs, and some you can change. Ground balance is nice, and simple to accomplish. All in all I like it, plus simple to use right out of the box.
Cwr from Ok
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Most helpful review for Whites Classic 5 IDWhites Classic ID 5
I bought this machine several years ago. The average depth of coins it finds is around 6 inches. So far my best finds are several old wheat pennies, a 1901 indian head penny and a 1942 walking liberty hlf dollar and a 1940 mercury dime.
However if u are looking for the old stuff i would suggest a minelab in the 600 to 700 dollar price range.
Ryan Olsen from Jackson, New Jersey, USA
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