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Kruzer
Kruzer

Kruzer  gold and metal detector is a perfect new device with its modern waterproof design and excellent performance in all terrains and ground conditions

CompanyMakro
CountryTurkey
Search SystemVLF
Maximum Depth1.5 m
Warranty2 Years

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OVERVIEW
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Full Description

Kruzer detector is versatile device that can be used to find gold treasures,

natural gold nuggets, coins, relics and any metal type.

Kruzer detector offers a whole new gold & metal detecting experience

because of to its small size and light weight plus its features and best price.

Kruzer detector contains 3 search modes so  gives excellent metal discrimination ability

at great depth to let the prospector find all hidden targets easily.

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Kruzer Features

– 6 Search Modes

Kruzer has 6 search modes designed for different terrains and targets.

So the user can navigate between the modes easily by using the direction buttons.

The selected mode name will be framed on screen

1 – General Search (GEN)

In this mode, the device does not discriminate targets and detects all targets (metals, mineralized rocks etc.).

ID of the detected target is shown on the display and the same audio tone is provided for all targets.

The audio tone increases in pitch as the coil approaches the target.

This is the typical All Metal mode found in most detectors.

It is recommend using the GEN mode when discrimination is not important

and not using it in heavy trash areas or areas containing many hot rocks.

2-Tone Discrimination (2 TONE)

This mode is recommended especially for relic hunting.

so It produces good results particularly on clean sites which do not contain waste metal.

More depth can be obtained on sites which are rocky or those that contain waste metals

by using the DISC. and NOTCH and swinging the search coil more slowly .

In this mode, the device produces a low tone for ferrous targets with IDs between 0-15.

For targets with IDs 16-99, it produces a higher tone which increases in pitch as the coil approaches the target.

3-Tone Discrimination (3 TONE)

This is the 3-tone discrimination mode designed for coin hunting especially in trashy

sites such as parks.

In this mode, the device produces a low tone for ferrous targets with 0-15 IDs,

a medium tone for gold and non-ferrous metals with IDs 16-66 and

a high tone for non-ferrous metals with IDs 67-99 such as silver, brass and copper.

4-Tone Discrimination (4 TONE)

4-tone discrimination mode designed for coin hunting in low-medium mineralization.

Due to its high gain and depth, this mode is a bit noisier than the other modes.

Also noise will be more in the air versus in the ground.

Take this fact into consideration when adjusting the gain level.

In this mode, the device produces a low tone for ferrous targets with 0-15 IDs,

also a medium tone for gold and non-ferrous metals with IDs 16-30,

a medium-high tone for metals with 31-66 IDs, and a high tone for

non-ferrous metals with IDs 67-99.

5 – BEACH MODE (BEACH)

This is a special mode of the Kruzer developed for conductive

grounds (salty wet sand beach, grounds with alkali soil etc.).

The feature of this mode presents the ability to ignore iron

and similar targets in this group and to be able to perform

ground balance on any type of ground.

In this mode, the device produces a low tone for ferrous targets

with IDs between 0-15.

But for targets with IDs 16-99, it produces a higher tone which increases

in pitch as the coil approaches the target.

6 – Deep Mode (DEEP)

This search mode is recommended especially for relic hunting,

this mode is the deepest mode of the device.

Therefore, it may run relatively noisier.

Noise will be more in the air versus in the ground.

Take this fact into consideration when adjusting the gain level.

While searching in this mode, a slower swing speed is required.

The discrimination ability of the DEEP mode is relatively less compared to the other modes.

Hence, its performance may vary on trashy sites versus clean ones.

In this mode, the device produces a low tone for ferrous targets with IDs between 0-15.

For gold and non-ferrous targets with IDs 16-99, it produces a higher tone which increases

in pitch as the coil approaches the target.depth.

Therefore, if you are detecting with vibration only and audio tones

are off, you can miss weaker and deeper signals.

– Target ID

Target ID is the number produced by the metal detector based on the conductivity

of the metals and gives an idea to the user about what the target may be.

Target ID is shown with two digits on the display and ranges between 00-99.

In some cases, the device may produce multiple IDs for the same target.

In other words, the IDs may be jumpy. This may result from several factors

such as target orientation, depth, purity of the metal, corrosion, mineralization level of the soil etc.

Even the direction of the search coil swing may cause the device to generate multiple IDs.

In some cases, the device may fail to provide any ID.

The device needs to receive a strong and a clear signal from the target in order to provide an ID.

Therefore, it may not be able to provide an ID for targets at fringe depths or smaller targets

even if the device detects them.

IDs of non-ferrous metals such as copper, silver, aluminum and lead are high.

Target ID range of gold is wide and may fall within the same range of metal wastes

such as iron, foil, screw caps, and pull tabs.

Therefore, if you are looking for gold targets, digging out some trash metals is expected

– NEW E.U.D. Function

The target IDs of certain metals (such as gold) in high mineralization

and under hot rocks or at fringe depths may be reflected differently

on the device than what they really are.

The user may experience a depth loss for such metals

or the device may not detect these metals at all.

The E.U.D feature of the Kruzer enables you to detect such metals

deeper utilizing a different tone than the other tones of the device.

When using the E.U.D, the device does not discriminate metals and

it provides the same tone for all targets.

– Ground Balance

Ground balance can be performed in three ways with the Kruzer:

Automatic, Manual and Tracking.

When the GB button is pushed while performing automatic or manual ground balance,

then the device will switch to the General Search (GEN) mode automatically on the background

without any indication to the user, regardless of the selected search mode.

Upon completion of ground balance, current ground balance value is shown in

the Ground Balance (GB) box on the right side of the display

1 – Manual Ground Balance

Allows you to manually modify the ground balance value.

It is not preferred mostly because it takes time.

However, it is the preferred option in cases where successful grounds balance

cannot be performed using other methods or minor corrections are

required to the automatic balance.

2 – Automatic Ground Balance

In this case the device adjusts the value of the ground balance

upon changes in terrain, and it is recommended for practical use.

3 – Ground Tracking (TRACKING)

In this option, the user does not need to make any adjustments.

as the the device updates the ground balance automatically as

long as the search coil is swung over the ground and shows

the ground balance value in the GB window.

It does not provide any feedback to the user (like the beep sound in automatic ground balance).

While tracking is active, the device can initially produce a loud signal when it detects

a different ground structure (for instance a mineral rock) or a target.

In this case, swing the search coil over the spot where the device produces the signal.

If the sound remains the same and the device shows an ID,

it is possibly a target. If the sound attenuates too much or is lost after a few swings,

it means that the device has produced a signal for the different ground structure or a stone.

–  Vibration

This feature provides feedback to the user by producing a vibration effect when it detect a target.

It use independently or together with the audio response. When disable the audio response ,

all feedback  to the user as vibration only during target detection.

Vibration setting adjust within the range of 00-05. When it is switched to 0,

vibration feature is completely disable

If the vibration is at 01 level, the device provides long vibration signals and at 05 it provides short vibration signals.

The magnitude of the vibration effect can vary according to the depth of the target and the swinging speed.

This setting is common in all search modes; change made in any mode also applies to the other modes.

 

– Excellent Discrimination and Unmasking Ability

Just detect those wanted gold targets and ignore iron.

– Fast Recovery Speed

Get ready to find out what the other metal detectors missed among trash and iron!

– Built-in Lipo Battery

Easily charge it with the supplied charger or a USB power bank provides up to 19 hours of use

Package Contents

  1. System Box
  2. KR28 DD Search Coil 28 cm x 18 cm (11″x7″) & Search Coil Cover
  3. A 2.4 GHz Wireless Headphones (Blue Edition)
  4. USB Cable
  5. AC Charger
  6. User Manual & Warranty Certificate
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