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Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro
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Options Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro Whites PRL-1
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $344 $400
Manufactured in 2014
Battery Type 9V
Weight (Lbs.) 2.5
Operating frequency 7.69 kHz
Display Yes
Backlight
Target ID Numeric
Tone ID 4 Tones
Search Modes
  • All metal
  • Discriminate
Ability to change coils Yes
Ground balance Auto, Manual
Waterproof Coil only
Warranty 5 Years
Number of Reviews graph 3
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Avg. User Rating 3.83 5.00
Avg. Durability Rating 4.17 5.00
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.67 5.00
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Most helpful review for Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Pro

Not 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

Thumbs up! 34
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Most helpful review for Whites PRL-1

White's pl1 / ul2 with 9.50 6.59 hz.
I have the UL-2 the original Industrial model that I picked up On feebay on the cheap. And with little out of pocket expenses I have a great detector, today I played in the yard that has been scoured by my other detectors, I pulled two modern quarters, two modern dimes, and three zinc's plus two .177 cal. pellets in thirty minutes! All were in clay and under the topsoil average depth of 9 inches and all had a great tone in the phone's.

I bought it for relic hunting and in that field all targets should be dug. So I don't even look at the meter while hunting. I run first in low to find the trash and then I can kick it into high gear tweak the knob, a point I have to make, This unit has two controllers on/off threshold and the other is high,medium,low. Power output that's pretty simple and to set the ground balance just pull the toggle switch under the meter head on top of the hand grip. And go!

I don't believe that one brand of detector is better and or best I only want what works best for the task at hand. And I will say this. If you want to get down to the relic depth's and don't mind digging do yourself and your wallet a favor and try one out. The tone's are discernible! You just have to spend the time and learn to listen for the slight change in the pitch. The older detectors used the same audio and those guys, Mainly the ones that we buy from did pretty well with them.

Another thing I enjoy about this no frills machine is running for a long time before tripping the ground balance switch. This allows for the operator to focus on the site and possible target areas. A good set of headphones with stereo/mono are a must. The last and most notably the best statement is you can use any blue maxima search coil with this unit giving a wide range of hunting scenario's as far as depth go's I bagged two clad quarters in 9 inches and I was in the low setting. Can't wait to get back on my relic site and crank it up!
Christopher Dilworth from Cleveland Ohio

Thumbs up! 1
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