Garrett 1138070 ACE 150 Metal Detector
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The Garrett EuroAce control panel features just 6 buttons and has been kept simple enough for the complete novice to understand and use. The buttons are the following.
The cover of the control panel is slid off to reveal the battery compartment, and it takes 4 AA batteries. The Garrett brand is no stranger to producing some great metal detectors. Ask any seasoned enthusiast, and they’re bound to have some good things to say about the company.Hiya iv have this ace 250 but when out using it on coin or relic mode it beeps then I pin point then dig and nothings there and when I go over the group again it dosnt beep. Iv had some good finds but mostly it does this which is a waste of time and annoying to say the least. Any ideas why it would falsely beep? kgs are all this detector weighs and that was great for Max who was able to swing it around for hours without getting tired. It has a padded armrest, padding around the grip and ergonomic design that keeps its components well balanced. Onward to the football fields where he found several 5p coins on a double ding, drink can tabs and small pieces of wire. In the woods he uncovered nails and an old mobile phone, then on our return, he scanned our front lawn and found an old watch face.
This handy feature indicated whether the find was at 2 inch, 4 inch, 6 inch, or 8 plus inches depth. Hi Dave, this is a good model for beginners and intermediate. This model requires 4 AA batteries and because of that, there are 2 factors that will influence how long you can use it.What you’ll be looking at for the most time is the identification scale. This is Garrett’s numeric target ID and it’ll tell you what you’ve found before digging. As with the 150 model great reports of the battery life being very efficient, and the machine itself being very lightweight, the machine weighs 1.2Kg so you will manage to be on all day hunts without becoming too tired or achy. The machine size is adjustable from 42″ to 51″
The ACE 250 keeps things on the simpler side. It has a graphical target display, which uses 12 different segments of the conductivity scale. Just keep an eye out on the LCD screen as you prospect. The appropriate signal will light up to let you know what you’re looking at. 3. Submersible Coil It’s excellent that Garrett puts as much effort into their cheaper metal detectors. As far as I can tell the materials are the same as the more expensive Garrett 250.
The buttons are clearly labelled Power, Discrimination, Mode, Sensitivity, Pinpoint, and Elimination (elim). It also displays the battery level which was very helpful because the Garrett 250 used a good quarter of the battery power over 5 hours. The display also indicates coin depth, the level of sensitivity, and whichever mode you’ve selected. Power button