The MP3 PRO Digital metal detector has powerful features especially for superior discrimination to take out junk targets (nails, pulltabs, foil, etc.) while finding coins, rings and other treasures. Easy-to-use and easy-to-tune touch pad controls give you automatic features not found on many other detectors. Assisted by the powerful Digital 3 search coil, the MP3 PRO can find coins from just under the surface up to ten inches deep, larger objects up to five feet deep. Among its many features, MP3 PRO provides both target ID and sensitivity control; full discrimination and a low battery indicator. Comes complete with built-in external speaker and headphone jack. Backed by MP Detectors exclusive five-year limited warranty.
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Today's metal detectors aren't what they used to be. They're technology-packed machines that tell you the size, depth and even what your target is before you ever dig it up. They can be adjusted for depth and even set to find a specific type of metal. Sometimes they make an audible beep, other times they make a short blip. But, if you haven't read through the owner's manual then odds are you won't understand what those audio signals are telling you about your target. And that could mean you pass right over that "treasure of treasures".
So to help you be more a successful treasure hunter, we provide all metal detector manuals online for your convenience. If you do not see your metal detector manual on this website, please feel free to email us your manual request to be uploaded.
Kellyco Metal Detectors
More Than $1.5 Million Worth of Finds!
Dave Booth of Scotland had only owned his metal detector for five days when he made a discovery that has changed his life. He recovered an incredibly rare cache of five gold treasure pieces that were grouped tightly together - three intact necklace and two fragment of another.
The news of David's disovery led to international interest. These four golden neck pieces, referred to as "torcs," are estimated to date 300 an 100 BC. Early speculation has been that his "Stirlingshire Hoard" could fetch more than $1.5 million!Click here to read more