"Can this be broken down to fit in a suitcase for travel?"
ITEM#: 14912599The Sharp Edition Metal Detector features two operation modes, one which detects any type of metal and the other which has the capability to distinguish differing metals. This detector also features an 8.5 inch waterproof search coil allows you to search in shallow water.
- Materials: Metal, Plastic
- Two operation modes one which detects any type of metal and the other which has the capability to distinguish differing metals
- Adjustable knobs for discrimination sensitivity
- Low battery indicator
- Volume controls
- Waterproof search coil
- Easy read LCD display gives you visual indication
- Distinctive tone will sound for each metal found
- Padded armrest
- Rubberized handgrip
- Includes carrying case
- Requires eight (8) AA alkaline batteries (not included)
- Model: BE11922
|Material||Aluminum, Metal, Plastic|
|Metal Detector Item Type||Metal Detector|
|Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Country of Origin||China|
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Questions & Answers
Hello lakesiders, we do apologize, this item is not able to be broken down for transporting in a suitcase. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
"Why did you choose this product?"
just to look for stuff
"how deep does it detect"
Hello pepeaguilar, this answer has no absolute answer: 1. Conductive properties of the soil: Heavily mineralized soil will tend to reduce the penetration power of your detector. 2. The length of time an object is buried: Various chemicals in the soil have a corrosive action on metal. Some metals corrode faster than others, thus making certain items easier or harder to detect. 3. The size of an object: The larger the metallic object, the easier and deeper it can be detected. 4. The shape of an object: Every metallic object re-radiates at least part of the signal transmitted by your metal detector. In this way, objects function like additional antennas, and consequently their shape becomes important. 5. The degree of magnetization: The degree of magnetization has a strong influence on depth. A magnet, for example, can be detected at much greater depth than an equivalent mass of iron. The more magnetization an object has, the deeper it can be sensed by a ferromagnetic metal detector. I hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Thank you for shopping with us!
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