Pre-Order The Most Powerful Detector Made!

It’s here to pre-order! – The new Nokta Impact metal detector! This detector was made so you have several machines in one! It’s THE treasure hunting powerhouse that will blow your mind! It was tested in 5 continents by more than 30 experts, engineers and users! It has modes designed for different targets, including wet beach sand and parks! Just like the name, it will make an impact on your future searches! Make an impact on your hunt today! 

>>The standard pack comes with:

Waterproof DD 11” x 7” search coil
4 x AA Alkaline batteries
USB cable

Pre-order the standard pack here.

The standard pack

>>The Pro pack has:

Waterproof DD 11” x 7” search coil
Waterproof 7.5” x 4” DD search coil
Carrying bag
Protective covers
Extra lower shaft
AC & car charger,
4 x AA rechargeable batteries
USB cable.

Pre-order the pro pack here.

The pro pack

You also will get with each model.

2 Non-motion modes with audio discrimination

2 All metal modes with audio discrimination

8 Discrimination modes – 2 Tone / 3 Tone / 4 Tones / 99 Tones / Deep / Conductive Ground / VLX1 and VLX

Ground balance with 3 options: Automatic, Manual, Tracking

Notch filter: discriminates single or multiple Target IDs of unwanted metals by silencing them or giving an iron tone

Tone break: adjusts the break points of the target response tones on the target ID range

Magnetic mineralization indicator: Shows mineralization intensity of the ground

So much more!


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Know Exactly Where Your Target Is With This!

Here’s another new product to help take the mystery out of where the good items are while metal detecting. Presenting the new new Vibra Tector 585 Waterproof Pinpointer!  This is the only pinpointer with tip only detection, which is why you will know You’ll get the unique tilt on & tilt off technology that gives you faster recovery time! No more annoying buzzers!  You’ll get the unique tilt on & tilt off technology that gives you faster recovery time! No more annoying buzzers! This communicates with vibration and only alerts you when you’ve found something! The design is airtight and waterproof, so you don’t need to worry about dirt, dust, mud or water! See more here.

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A New Minelab Gold Metal Detector Is Heading Your Way!

Get ready! There’s a new machine that you will love! Here at Kellyco, we will soon have the new Minelab Gold Monster 1000 metal detector! It has automatic operation and is an easy to use, high performing machine! It will turn beginners into experts fast! It’s a super sensitive gold detector that will not disappoint. Minelab mentioned that it comes with a choice of coils, battery options and shaft configurations!

Photo credit: Minelab Metal Detectors

Photo credit: Minelab Metal Detectors

More details coming! Stay tuned on our social for more information.

Some features include:

Extra sensitive VLF performance
Fully automatic operation
Highly adaptable
2 search coils included
Easy quick start


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Hunt For Gold In Arizona! Read These Tips!

We want to let you know we have a second blog on our main site. We like to incorporate as much important information for all level detectorists on both sources. Our newest post was done by treasure hunter, Jami Olive. Here are some exerpts from the blog:

“After doing some research about finding gold in our area, I realized that we couldn’t just visit the Canyon del Oro (oro means gold in Spanish) wash and expect to find gold. We needed a map. It was easy enough to buy one online that shows where all the active and abandoned gold claims are in Arizona. As I understand it, we can search in the areas where there are abandoned claims, and around the active claims, but not inside those areas.

As it turns out, there are far more gold areas to the southeast of where we live than in the CDO wash area where I expected them to be. We decided on a few areas within an hour’s drive where we plan to search in the coming weeks.

After playing a while, I think we got a fairly good feel for identifying the difference in the signals. Of course, our detector makes it pretty easy because it does have a light on it that tells if the target is gold, so we should be good to go.

My next plan of attack was to read up on where exactly the good spots are to look when we’re in an area that is known to have gold. I needed to know where we will be most likely to find it. Here’s what I found:

  • First and foremost, stay away from abandoned mines; they can be very dangerous. I looked on my map and there are a lot in the area we plan to hunt, so we will be aware.
  • Look for washes where gold may have been pulled down from deposits and dropped in the dips of the bed and where the bed meets the sides of the wash.”

Read the rest of what Jami says here.

Looking for more gold metal detector ideas?

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Scotland Is A Hot Treasure Hunting Location!

Scotland’s “The National” has announced that more people are anxious to search for treasure there! More people are eager to search estates, fields and woodlands for more valuables. This is largely due to the rise of high profile finds at that location. For example, as pointed out in the article, there was a Viking cache found in 2014. Not only that, there was also gold neckbands found in 2009 that were found to be from the Iron Age. Kevin Munro of Historic Environment Scotland (HES) said, “We know that detectorists have a great interest in history, and we hope that the project will help us to ensure that they are aware of the appropriate processes for reporting finds when they are discovered.” We think it’s great that so many people have an interest in finding a piece of history! Read the full article on source below.


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A Breakthrough In Headphone Technology!

Have you ever thought how nice it would be to use headphones, without being tied to your metal detector by wires? Introducing the new Garrett ZLynk Wireless Headphone System!

This is 6 times faster than Bluetooth and 4x faster than other headphone kits! You can recharge them by attaching them to a laptop, your vehicle’s USB port, or a phone charger’s USB power block!

*Like* if this is something you or someone you know would love to use!

Note: headphones in second photo are not included.


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Check Out This YouTuber!

We love seeing all the great videos that other metal detectorists upload on YouTube. They post everything from their finds, to tips and even recommended locations. You can learn more from the community by watching these. We’ve always thought they were more good resources. You all should check out High Tones Honey Badger! He’s got an awesome channel and gave us a mention as well! In this video, he uses the Minelab CTX 3030 metal detector and He detects across western Pennsylvania.

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Did You See Our Live Video?

We love using social as a way to connect better with our fans and customers. We feel video is one of the best ways to do that. Our plan is to do more live videos, so you can talk to our treasure hunters no matter where you! Ask them anything and get insider tips! Here is the live video from January 10th.

When we do these videos, we encourage you all to share with the hashtag #KellycoSocialLive. Let all your friends and family know.

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More Archaeologists Joining Forces With Detectorists

For archaeologists, it’s been an ongoing debate- to what extent do they embrace hobbyists and or amateurs? Through the years, many archaeologists have considered detectorists looters who shouldn’t be near labs or dig sites. Now, according to NY Times, two archaeologists are hoping to change the perspective. Dr. McBride, Archaeologist & Director of Research for the  Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center and David J. Naumec, the Senior Historian, are both getting ready to finish a seven year project documenting the Pequot War of 1637. It just so happens that a detectorist known as Keith Wille came into the museum with some artifacts.

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Treasure Hunters Hit Unexpected Jackpot!

Two treasure hunters in Galveston, Texas came across a treasure find that they were not expecting! Robert Hodson and Clyde Longworth discovered several hundred foreign coins on a beach. Hodson said to Click2Houston News, “Sometimes we don’t find like maybe $2 or $3 in maybe a little coin spill, But this was a big coin spill.” They knew immediately that this was a different kind of coin spill, since so there were so many of the coins. They knew it had to be theft. Hodson also stated, “Somebody dumped this. This isn’t a couple coins that accidentally dumped out of somebody’s pocket.” After research online, the two hunters found that the coins belonged to a man known as Peter Grasso. When he was recovering in a senior living center from triple-bypass surgery, he had not only the coins taken from him, but guns and a flat screen TV as well. Read what happens next here.

Photo credits: Robert Hodson and Clyde Longworth




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