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EAN-130089723830842   EAN-13 barcode 0089723830842
UPC-A089723830842   UPC-A barcode 089723830842
Product NameBounty Hunter Gold Digger Metal Detector
LanguageEnglish
CategoryGarden
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B0002J1LNO
SKUFTPGOLD
Price New63.84 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Long DescriptionThe stylish Gold Digger(r) metal detector from Bounty Hunter(r) will detect all kinds of metal from iron relics, coins and household items to precious metals like silver and gold. A trash eliminator control removes most undesirable items from detection and it comes with headphones for privacy.
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Created11-22-2012 7:54:53pm
Modified06-24-2017 8:38:40pm
MD5ccda86be8795e871986de736dbcfd0fc
SHA25612367091c142a62993c0bdfc3ab5029bd44e11934c55f953bb8b205c9429a38e
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