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Looks awesome Dilek, thanks for posting!

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The new Makro KRUZER series includes the new 14 kHz Makro Kruzer, the 61 khz Makro Gold Kruzer, and the Makro Multi Kruzer, which can run at 5 kHz, 14 kHz, or 19 khz. Series features:

  • 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

The new Makro Kruzer series will begin shipping in February 2018.

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On 1/23/2018 at 8:39 AM, JP.Diggzzit said:

Does the Multi Kruzer run 5kHz, 14kHz and 19kHz all simultaneously? Or just selectable single frequencies? Thanks.

I assume the Multi Kruzer lets you select between 5 kHz, 14 kHz, and 19 khz similar to the Nokta Impact ability to select between 5 kHz, 14 kHz, and 20 kHz but we will have to wait for confirmation on that as it is not clearly spelled out. If you look in the upper right corner of the enlarged LCD display there is a FREQ. option.

Edit: Confirmed - the Multi Kruzer allows you to select from one of three frequencies.

Selectable Frequency And Multiple Frequency

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Of these, the Gold Kruzer is most compelling to me.  Nice high frequency selection.  Would have been nice to be able to also select ~30 khz  or 1/2 max frequency too, (a la Deus) to give it a larger optimal target range capability (and 15 khz, even better, to give it some high conductor chops).  If the multi-frequency Kruzer had been released as the Impact a year ago (even at the Impact price point) you would have had a buyer.  Now, unfortunately, competition from another manufacturer fielding innovative detecting technology may keep this from becoming the breakthrough detector series it could have been in 2017.  I really like the intuitive display screen layout and control push buttons (but am still a big fan of that First Texas multifunction, clickable control knob that appears on the F70/F75 and T2/G2).  Really nice line-up Nokta.

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Looking for additional information on this series, can Dilek or some of the knowledgeable testers give us a rundown of the following:

  • The more subtle differences between the Impact and the Multi Kruzer beside the stem design, user interface, waterproof enclosure, and the operating frequency differences.
  • What are the various detect modes for the Multi Kruzer and Gold Kruzer and how do they differ. 
    • Especially Interested in
      • Why maximum recovery speed is tied to 3 tone operation
      • Whether there is a 99 tone mode like the Impact? 
  • Definitions on some of the Nokta unique settings and features:
    • EUD,
    • iSat
    • How variable depth Target ID works.

Thanks!

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