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Looks like an Impact in a Kruzer case:


Nokta Anfibio waterproof metal detector


  • Warranty : 2 Year Limited
  • Total Weight : 4 lbs (1.81437 kgs)
  • Operating Frequencies : 5kHz / 14kHz / 20kHz
  • IP68 Rating : Up to 16.4' (5 meters) Waterproof!
  • Design : Telescopic Shaft, Slideable Armrest & Backlit Keypad
  • Search Modes : 9 (Gen / 2 Tone / 3 Tone / 4 Tone / Beach / Deep / Etc.)
  • Battery : 3700mAh Lithium Polymer; Offers up to 19 Hours of Operation
  • Advanced Beach Mode : Very Stable Operation in Dry Sand, Wet Sand and Underwater
  • E.U.D (Extra Underground Depth) Function : Detect Certain Metals Masked by Ground Conditions and / or at Fringe Depths

Factory Included Accessories:

  • 2.4 GHz Wireless Headphones - Green Edition
  • AC Charger
  • USB Cable
  • Coil Cover
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Now that Nokta and Makro are moving even further into merging both product lines we have some significant overlap here.

Makro Kruzer Multi - 5, 14, and 20 kHz ($749)

Nokta Anfibio Multi - 5, 14, and 20 kHz ($$$$)

Makro 14 Kruzer - 14 kHz ($649)

Nokta Anfibio 14 - 14 kHz (????)

Makro Gold Kruzer - 61 kHz ($749 two coils)

Nokta Anfibio 19 - 19 kHz (????)

Interesting that the Gold Kruzer is 61 kHz whereas the Nokta 19 "gold detector" is 19 kHz. That makes the Makro Gold Kruzer more of a waterproof version of the 56 kHz Makro Gold Racer. The Nokta Anfibio 19 is more a direct replacement of the 19 kHz Nokta FORS Gold+

Nokta Anfibio versus Makro Kruzer

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The "coin" version is 14 Khz and has a maximum of 3 tones.??  They could have skipped that one unless it's a real price leader.

Edit:  Keith S on another forum caught the fact that the Pictures for the 14 Khz coin machine and the 19Khz relic are reversed.

Good catch Keith!


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You can use the Youtube CC button and settings button to put english subtitles on that Russian video, I do like that it folds up small to put in a backpack or for a kid to use and it's so easy to shrink it down, I also like the moving arm rest with the clip.  They're coming up with some nice ideas.

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21 hours ago, Jackpine said:

The "coin" version is 14 Khz and has a maximum of 3 tones.??  They could have skipped that one unless it's a real price leader.

Edit:  Keith S on another forum caught the fact that the Pictures for the 14 Khz coin machine and the 19Khz relic are reversed.

Good catch Keith!


The pictures above have been corrected.

Nokta Anfibio waterproof metal detector


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