Features of Garrett Ace 150 metal detector

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Features of Garrett Ace 150 metal detector. Garrett Ace 150 Metal Detector has Coin Depth Indicator to determine target depth it also has Low Battery Indicator: icon remains on when batteries become weak, you can use Headphone Jack: quarter-inch (1/4″) size. the search coils of it are interchangeable, Interchangeable ACE series searchcoils: are available. The display of it is Large LCD Screen with easy-to-read Target ID Legend, the Pushbutton Controls: with One-Touch operation 3-piece Travel/Storage: disassembles to 24″. it has Adjustable Arm Cuff

Garrett Ace 150 metal Detector is the very first of “New version Ace series” introduced.

Search Modes (Discrimination Patterns): 3

  • All Metal (Zero)
  • Jewelry
  • Coins
Design features and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Specifications

Target ID Cursor Segments    5
Iron Discrimination Segments 1
Accept/Reject Discrimination     NO
Search Modes 3
Sensitivity/Depth Adjustments     4
Electronic Pinpointing NO
Frequency 6.5    kHz
Audio Tone ID Levels 3
Standard Searchcoil 6.5″ x 9″ PRO-formance
Length (Adjustable) 42″ to 51″1.06m – 1.29m
Total Weight      2.7 lbs. (1.2 kg)
Batteries: 4 AA (included)
Warranty 2 Year       Limited Parts/Labor

Ace 150 seems to be the lowest cost very durable metal detector among major brands to get. The features of it is up-to-date and can match, the top of line of many other brands. It is a very light metal detector and looks very easy to use. People who do not like displays can simply turn on a go and avoid even using the screen. It would perfectly work and will find you coins, jewelry and hidden treasures. The discrimination mode makes it very easy to use it in the public parks because it rejects trash.

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