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Waterproof Metal Detector Comparison Chart

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Here is a quick comparison chart for the most common VLF waterproof detectors (not including PI detectors in this) that are currently being manufactured or on the way. Click for larger version.

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And same chart but sorted by detector price...

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Fisher 1280X current internet price $629

Owners Manual

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Fisher CZ-21 current internet price $1299

Owners Manual

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Current Internet Pricing:
Garrett AT Pro $552
Garrett AT Gold $637
Garrett AT Max $722

Garrett AT Pro Manual
Garrett AT Gold Manual
Garrett AT Max Manual

Specifications - Click for larger versions

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Makro Kruzer $649
Makro Multi Kruzer $749
Makro Gold Kruzer $749

Makro Multi Kruzer Manual

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Minelab Equinox 600 $649
Minelab Equinox 800 $899

Getting Started Guide

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Minelab Excalibur 2 current internet price $1499

Owner's Manual

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Tesoro Tiger Shark internet price $662

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White's MX Sport internet price $749

Owners Manual

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