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Garrett AT Pro Now Being Offered With 5"x8" Coil

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Now through March 31st you can buy the Garrett AT Pro with the smaller 5" x 8" DD coil instead of the normal stock 8.5" x 11" coil. The package is also at a lower price of $488 of course... and you get a free hat! While this is being billed as a holiday special the fact that it runs through March 31, 2019 means there is plenty of time to take advantage of this package deal.

https://www.garrett.com/hobbysite/pdfs/garrett_dec_2018.pdf

Garrett AT Pro Sport Special
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That 5X8 DD coil should be one hot coil. I’ve yet to find a detector that can take one coil and do everything. I think it’s great when a company comes out with something and got the coils to back it up.

 I think it’s good for the customer and great for the detector company when they offer more than just the one that comes with the detector.

 My hat 🎩 is off to you Garrett!

 

 Chuck 

 

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I bought this package with a good discount.   Quite happy with it.

One thing to note that it doesn't come with headphones so you either have to purchase the Garrett Headphones separately or purchase the headphone adapter to use your own headphones with it.

In my case I also bought the adapter.

HH
Mike

 

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They are well built machines.  I really liked mine.  The audio is super nice.

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