Any piece of equipment can be dangerous if not operated properly. It is YOU who is responsible for the safe operation of this equipment. Any metal detector may discover explosives, underground power lines, sharp objects or other items that could cause personal injury.
The company or the manufacturer of the metal detector device DOES NOT ACCEPT responsibility for any personal injury or personal property damage!
To make your search more secure, please follow this precautions:
never treasure hunt in a zone where bombs or other explosives may be buried
never treasure hunt in an area where there might be underground electric lines or pipes buried at a shallow depth
never treasure hunt in an area with flammable gas or liquid pipelines
always use reasonable caution in digging, especially in areas where you are uncertain of underground conditions.
Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics is an upstanding guide that every metal detector enthusiast should live by.
Respect the rights and property of others. Do not enter private property without the owner’s permission.
Always check Federal, State, County and local laws before searching
Never destroy historical or archaeological treasures.
Take care to refill all holes and leave the land and vegetation undamaged
Always Appreciate and protect our inheritance of natural resources, wildlife and private property.
Remove and dispose of any and all trash and litter found. Be extremely careful while probing, picking up, or discarding trash items.
Keep in mind that all treasure hunters may be judged by the example you set
In order to prolong metal detector device life it is important to follow these precautions:
Do not modify, disassemble, or open this product.
Do not store your device for long periods with discharged batteries.
Ideally you should discharge/recharge the batteries at least once a month, and
if possible store them 40 to 70% charged.
Do not expose your detector to extreme temperatures, particularly inside a car
in full sun.
Use and store the metal detector only in normal temperature environments. Temperature extremes can shorten the life of electronic devices and distort or melt plastic parts.
The metal detector device is not waterproof. Make sure that you protect it in wet weather.
Do not use solvents or alcohol to clean the detector. Soapy water is sufficient.
Handle the metal detector gently and carefully. Dropping it can damage electronic components.
It is not recommended to use this device for hiking purposes
avoid strong magnetic fields generated by large magnets, loudspeakers or motors
use only approved USB chargers