GENERAL INFORMATION REGARDING DETECTOR PRICES

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Detector prices vary by the type, features, model and brand of the detector. There is a wide range of detectors serving to different purposes. In general, it is possible to summarize the detector classification as follows:

Treasure detectors, gold detectors, single coin/coin detectors, security scanners, industrial detectors, technical detectors, military and ballistic detectors.

These detectors vary not only by the use cases they are applied to, but also by structure, electronics arrangement, software, equipments, and perhaps most importantly, technology. They fall into various categories on the basis of applications and features. Therefore, substantial differences may arise in terms of prices.

In general the prices fall in the following ranges:

Treasure Detectors : $1,700.- to $9,000.-
Gold Detectors : $700.- to $3,000.-
Single Coin/Coin Detectors : $600.- to $2,500.-
Industrial Detectors : $500.- to $25,000.-
Security Scanners : $250.- to $7,500.-
Technical Detectors : $400.- to $3,000.-
Military Detectors : $1,500.- to $5,500.-
Ballistic Detectors : $1,250.- to $4,500.-


The prices are provided as general averages. They may vary on the basis of brand name, model, and features available. The price ranges mentioned above can be used by the consumer as a guideline to determine the right and most appropriate product.



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