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  1. I have a flawless Minelab Equinox 600, charged 2 times, one being when arrived new, headphones were never used. Lookimg to trade for an equally flawless Makro Multi Kruzer. Deanos cover and GG wired headphones do Not come with 600, I am using with my 800. Great machine, but my 800 just arrived yesterday (Tuesday) so this machine has served its purpose of testing and making a few YT demonstration videos. Also looking for *serious* offers to sell the WM-08 module and the Low Latency Bluetooth headphones that come with the new 800. Both are NEW Unopened in the factory sealed packaging. Both are 100% compatible with the 600. United States Lower 48 only, will not deal with shipping outside the country.
  2. Picked up a multi kruzer to compliment my Whites MX Sport. Today was the first day of use and im quite impressed. I think its more sensative and a bit deeper. I was able to pull an old Polmolive token in an area I have been pounding for quite a while.
  3. Makro has just introduced a new lineup of metal detectors waterproof to five meters (16.4 feet) that includes a new prospecting model - the Gold Kruzer. The Gold Kruzer is no doubt based on the earlier 56 kHz Makro Gold Racer but at a slightly higher frequency. The Gold Kruzer only weighs 3.0 lbs and runs for up to 19 hours off the built-in rechargeable LiPo battery. The stock coil is a 5.5" x 10" DD coil with optional coils available. The Makro Gold Kruzer comes with 2.4 Ghz wireless headphones and has online firmware update capability. The new Gold Kruzer will sell for $749.00 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The new Makro KRUZER series also includes the new 14 kHz Makro Kruzer as well as the Makro Multi Kruzer, which can run at 5 kHz, 14 kHz, or 19 khz. Series features (not all apply to Gold Kruzer): IP68 Rating - Up to 5 meters (16.4 feet) waterproof! Advanced Beach Mode Proven Discrimination & Unmasking Ability Especially In Iron Infested Sites Ultra Past REcovery Speed In 3-Tone Mode New! E.U.D. (Extra Underground Depth) Function Suited For All Terrain Including Salt Water Beaches Enhanced EMI Suppression Six (6) Search Modes Adjustable Target ID Depth Lightweight 1.4 kg / 3.0 lbs 2.4 Ghz Wireless Headphones Included! Built-In LiPo Battery Offers Up To 19 Hours Of Operation Ability To Power / Charge The Battery With A USB Powerbank Optional Waterproof AA Battery Pack Five (5) Optional Coils To Choose From Including A Concentric Coil Online Firmware Update Capability Makro Kruzer Color Brochure The new Makro Kruzer series will begin shipping in February 2018. Click for larger view...
  4. Received my Kruzer accessory coils, the 5x9.5" DD, 5" round DD, and the 7" round concentric. I like having my extra coils on their own lower rods but kinda hated spending $30.00 for each Kruzer lower rod so I ordered three Racer 2 lower rods at $16.95 each. The only difference being the Racer rod weigh 4 oz each and the Kruzer rods weigh 2.2 oz each. I like a light weight detector as much as the next guy, but the Kruzer is light enough that I can add 2 oz to it without issue. I put the Kruzer rod on the 7x11" standard coil and the three smaller coils all have the Racer rods mounted. The Coils and Lower Rods all came with coil bolts and washers so I have plenty of spares.
  5. I went to a park in Yonkers, New York, the second "hilliest" City in the United States, just behind San Francisco, and detected a park that has been heavily hunted since the 1970s. It is in a very old part of the City, that is now run down, and dangerous. I was approached by two sets of policemen during my 90-minute hunt, and after short conversations, me giving them my business card, and them warning me to "keep your eyes open," I continued detecting. Not my best hunt ever, but the Multi Kruzer, three-tone, 5kHz, gain 80, really sniffs out copper and silver missed by countless other detectorists over the last four decades! Really starting to get a feel for the machine as I approach 100-hours on the headphones. I got out of the area without being robbed or assaulted, got some wheats, an IH with a marble beside it, and a silver. Happy-happy!
  6. Five new coils for the Kruzer and Multi Kruzer (but not Gold Kruzer) from Mars MD Website... 7” Round DD 6” x 10” DD 10” x 13” DD 13” Round DD 15” Round DD
  7. Does anyone here know first hand if there is any difference in the depth capabilities of the Multi Kruzer and the Impact. I am buying a new machine and depth and unmasking are the main things that I am looking for. Waterproof, salt water operation, and weight difference between the two really don't matter to me.
  8. http://md-hunter.com/opening-the-makro-multi-kruzer-pictorial-review-to-make-repairs/
  9. Had a chance to test the Makro Multi-Kruzer with wireless headphones this weekend. I found most of the coins in Three-tone, 14kHz, with minimal notching. My oldest was a 1901 Indian Head, and my deepest was a 1941 Wheat penny on the deeper side of 11-inches! I thought I had a sliver of Spanish silver for a heartbeat, but no. I really liked the 4-Tone mode, in 5kHz, in the high iron and trash areas I hunted. It really helped me avoid a lot of trash signals. Recovery is fast, depth meter is accurate. Ergonomics are good, and the weight is tolerable for a five-six hour hunt. I like it!
  10. Do brand new units already have the update installed or do I need to update it? Thanks
  11. Hi guys, I'm going to buy New Makro MultiKruzer... but I'd like your advice .. I already have an XP Deus with 9hf and 11dd coils and an Minelab E-trac, do you think that the MultiKruzer goes better on very mineralized soils? thanks luca
  12. So far, I can say I like it a lot. I love the Gen/ all metal mode. It has a really nice steady hum and even with volume not too high, can hear as I get near to anything quite nicely. I really like how most iron items really stay at 04 or 03...i snagged a really cool old iron tool that was quite deep by measuring its size, and noting the higher than normal numbers for nail, etc. Yesterday I had it in 5k Gen, sensitivity to 95. Open field with a ton of hot rocks. I was very relieved when I heard that nice "boing" sound like the F75 gives when going over them. I was surprised at the small items I got without being in high frequency from messages on the boards. I really enjoy the tones in Gen..was very easy to tell both coins I encountered by the very clean hits all directions. It is a little nose heavy, but I am going to work on extending the back under my shoulder to offset the torque. I am hoping to get into some bad soil next week and see how it performs there, but so far am extremely happy.
  13. Hi! Help determine whether it is worth buying this metal detector? It is difficult to determine because it is not cheap. Previously, I wanted to buy an XP Deus 22 or another new cool metal detector Makro Multi Kruzer. Found on the Internet comparison Minelab Equinox 800 vs Makro Multi Kruzer. Now I do not know which of the three detectors to choose :) Does someone already have experience of using them?
  14. You're supposed to be able to change the Kruzer to read Inches instead of centimeters while by holding down the Select and Options buttons simultaneously while turning the detector on. Another forum member found that on his detector he had to hold the Settings and Options buttons while turning it on to make the chance. Mine won't change trying either method. Mine shows Ld while doing this. Anyone else having the same issue? Of course mine's stuck in centimeters.
  15. Follow along as I hunt the Spanish Trail and find OLD SILVER, a RARE BUTTON, interesting relics and more using the new Makro Multi Kruzer !!
  16. Tnsharpshooter

    Multi Kruzer Video

    Video done near beach area.
  17. Took a field trip to field test the new Makro Multi Kruzer on the Spanish Trail: I tested the 2-TONE, 3-TONE and 4-TONE search modes exclusively. Out of these three modes, the 4-TONE is hands down the hottest, with 2-TONE and 3-TONE about tied. 4-TONE is extra sparky, and does it LOVE silver! I mentioned this in another post, but I did previously run into EMI issues on a consistent basis at one of these sites when I had my F75 LTD, and even after upgrading to the F75 LTD2, EMI was pretty noticeable, but tolerable. I was running the extra sparky 4-TONE mode on the Multi Kruzer, and it ran flawlessly, not even a hint of EMI (except when you set the machine down to dig). 3-TONE mode handles EMI better then 4-TONE, but 4-TONE is more powerful and hence, more susceptible to EMI. I had a great time, and I'm amazed at what was found from our "hunted out" sites. The Multi Kruzer in 19kHz 4-TONE mode is a confidence builder in that you do not feel you are not leaving targets behind, unlike I've experienced with some other detectors. Funny story - The site I dug the seated dime you'll see in the video isn't really a big secret, a couple dozen period coins (British gold coin, reales, seateds, IHP's, etc.) have been recovered at it. It's getting tough, the last time I was there prior to this trip, I didn't get any period coins. It has sea of nail environs, with myriads of shotgun, riffle and small arms shells to weed through. Just a few days before I went on my trip, Tom got a call from one of his detecting acquaintances that he saw the site and asked if he knew anything about it. Ended up that he and another guy detected it with a CTX and a Dues XP and got no coins. I went in and hunted right behind them (I could see their dig holes, as unfortunately they didn't even bother to fill them in) and managed to pull out a nice seated dime. The icing on the cake was that the dime was only a couple of feet from one of their dig holes Spanish Trail Multi Kruzer Road Trip Wrap-Up Video This is the same site I tested the Makro Racer 2 when it was first publicly released: HH, Cal
  18. http://www.makrodetector.com/gold-kruzer-metal-detector.html Makro Kruzer Color Brochure Makro Gold Kruzer Product Announcement
  19. New Makro Kruzer, Makro Gold Kruzer, and Makro Multi Kruzer metal detectors!