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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!
The metal detector Rover C4 is applicable for all treasure hunters and detectorists who are looking for buried metals like gold coins, jewelry and treasure chests as well as voids and cavities like tunnels, caves, graves or chambers. Easy handling, multilingual operation, reproducible measurements and visual 3D graphics are only some of the unique features of this OKM metal locator.
Rover UC detects copper coins in Iran in 4 m depth.
One of our esteemed customer detected historic objects with his Rover C II ground scanner in the Middle East. The treasure find contained a beautiful statue, several coins, a bracelet and a bowl which date back to the first centuries B. C..
A successful treasure hunter informed us about his latest treasure find. With his OKM 3D ground scanner Rover C II he detected a wonderful gold jewellery in West Iran near the city of Ilam in 3 meters depth.
The 3d metal detectors of the Rover Series are not only simple metal detectors with audio output. Furthermore it is possible to create excellent three-dimensional graphics of the scanned underground.
Second-hand metal detector Rover C - New Edition in good condition.
Second-hand metal detector Rover Gold - in good condition.
An OKM customer detected very beautiful, ancient coins with his OKM Rover UC metal detector in Tunisia.
An ambitious treasure hunter found an ancient silver ingot in China with his OKM Rover UC. With his powerful 3D detector he located the valuable target in 5 meters depth. The object is a 500 year old sycee which was a former currency used in China since the 3rd century BC until the 20th century AD.
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