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Options Whites Sierra Super Trac Garrett Grand Master Hunter CXIII
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $700 $800
Manufactured in 2013 1992
Battery Type 8 AA 6 C cells
Weight (Lbs.) 4 3.8
Operating frequency 15 kHz. Adjustable
Display Yes Yes
Backlight No No
Target ID Numeric+Icons
Tone ID 7 Tones Custom
Search Modes
  • Coins
  • Beach
  • N/M All Metal
  • Custom
  • Pinpoint
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto Auto
Waterproof Coil only Coil only
Warranty
Number of Reviews graph 5
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Avg. User Rating 4.57 3.80
Avg. Durability Rating 4.57 4.50
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.57 4.50
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Most helpful review for Whites Sierra Super Trac

Sierra super trac
I've had my Sierra Super Trac for two weeks now and I'm pleased with its performance. It's very simple to operate and I've found a handful of coins and sterling silver ring at some local parks in my area. There's no discrimination except for your own eyes and ears. True, it gets a little noisy in the headphones but with tone I.D. You can almost hunt blindfolded. All I can say is so far so good and I'm glad I made the purchase.
Chris Mayer from Folsom, CA.

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Most helpful review for Garrett Grand Master Hunter CXIII

Nice detector
I bought one of these as my first detector. I was probably over my head with its complexity, but I learned a lot.
Garretts are bright green, and this one had a space age look, and it talked! I was always surrounded by kids. It taught me to use headphones.
I went whole hog and bought several coils, and the first time out with the biggest coil was overwhelming. It picked up everything and it was impossible to separate.
I think it was this detector that started the rumors that Garretts were toys, because of its bright green, toylike color, and its talking mode. But, it was and still is a first rate detector with a lot of useful features.
Two things I have noticed with Garretts detectors. They are easy to use, and have excellent discrimination with coins. If it says dime, its a dime, and so on.
The Grand Master Hunter CXIII was ahead of its time by a large margin, and other manufacturers could not compete, so they mocked it.
Brian in Baltimore from Maryland

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