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Options Makro Racer Garrett Grand Master Hunter CXIII
Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $650 $800
Manufactured in 2015 1992
Battery Type 4 AA 6 C cells
Weight (Lbs.) 3 3.8
Operating frequency 14 kHz. Adjustable
Display Yes Yes
Backlight Yes No
Target ID Numeric
Tone ID 5 Tones Custom
Search Modes
  • All Metal
  • 2 Tone
  • 3 Tone
  • Beach
  • Coins
  • Beach
  • N/M All Metal
  • Custom
  • Pinpoint
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto, Manual, Tracking Auto
Waterproof Coil only Coil only
Warranty
Number of Reviews graph 10
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Avg. User Rating 4.50 3.80
Avg. Durability Rating 4.14 4.50
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.36 4.50
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Most helpful review for Makro Racer

Outstanding detector
The Makro Racer is the third metal detector that I own and use. I am amazed by the quick response of this unit while working in trash. The depth of recovery is unlike any machine that I have hunted with. I'm finding coins at 18 to 20 inches and I know it will do even better. It's very easy to use. It's very sturdy build but very light weight so you can hunt all day.
Gene from USA

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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

Thumbs up! 24
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