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Use the live stream sensor to see directly into the ground and find buried targets.
Because of the video eyeglasses, several probes, GPS and live-stream it is an all inclusive package for ultimate treasure hunters.
The introduction of the Future 2000 in 1998 started a very exciting development of metal detectors, ground scanners, ground penetrating radars and water detectors. Today, 20 years later, OKM celebrates this first milestone with a new 3d ground scanner that fits in everybody's budget. Follow us on an exciting journey through time and see how OKM's metal detectors changed over time. There is only one thing that never changed: all OKM detectors are Made in Germany!
Even in the field of metal detecting there are some technical terms and definitions you should know. The following overview lists just some of it.
FS Future Series offers professional metal detecting instruments for all treasure hunters, metal detectorists, prospectors and gold seekers all around the globe.
eXp 6000 is a wireless 3d ground scanner and metal detector with touch screen and video eye glasses for treasure hunters, gold seekers and prospectors.
Our metal detecting accessories are compatible with many OKM metal detectors and are used to optimize the measuring process and support the analysis of the targets.
This video introduces OKM's metal detector and 3d ground scanner Rover C4. This detector is designed for treasure hunters and gold seekers and comes with some very unique features like the LED orbit to visualize buried treasures live during a measurement. It's time to recover all the lost treasures and hidden gold objects!
Canadian rivers are known for its gold findings. Once again we received fantastic pictures of a happy gold seeker. With his Black Hawk metal detector he was looking for natural gold streams on the riverside in British Columbia/ Canada.
An incredible discovery has been made with the Future I-160 in the city of London, near to Buckingham Palace! With presence of pilot Sgt. Ray Holmes scientist Malcolm Weale, managing director of Geofizz LTD., discovered the engine of a hurricane fighter plane crashed during the Second World War. Channel Five programme reported live that Malcolm's geophysical measuring instrument was so accurate that the hole dug for the crashed plane was not even one foot out.
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