One Bounty Hunter metal detector packed and ready to head to Ft. Lauderdale with me next week. I plan to use the gold teeth I find to fund a down payment on the Bitcoin mining operation I'm working on setting up in Detroit. I've already bought an entire commercial block for, like, $99.99. Now all I need is cash for my mega-computers and electrical bill. And the Tracker IV is the metal equivalent of the prize-winning truffle pig that's gonna get the dough rolling.
Described as user-friendly and streamlined for schlepping, the Bounty Hunter Tracker IV requires just 2 operating controls and a mode selection switch to sniff out treasures hidden anywhere from saltwater beaches to highly mineralized inland sites. A built-in Automatic Ground Trac feature eliminates the difficulty and hassle of manual ground balancing for mineralization during the detection process without compromising instrument sensitivity. A plug for headphones is also included because if you're going to be the guy scrounging around the sand for loose change and lost pimp chains, why wouldn't you wear a giant plastic headset to complete the look? Go big or go home, dude.
Bounty Hunter's Tracker IV runs on a pair of 9-volt batteries. Its modes toggle between Motion All-Metal, which sounds a single tone and detects all types of metal, and Discrimination mode for automatically eliminating the detection of iron and other unwanted metals. As the metal detecting coil nears a target, the Tracker IV's double tone feedback indicator aids in distinguishing between valuables and undesirable metals. Its 8" open-coil design enables searching to 8" for coin-size objects and 3' for larger objects. The coil and stem are waterproof for use in damp grass or shallow water without damage.