Garrett ACE 200i
- 16.5 x 23cm (6.5″ x 9″) PROformance™ submersible searchcoil (as shown)
With the quality and performance of the ACE 200i, you can begin finding treasure right away—in your own yard or wherever you travel.
Easy to use for any age!
Includes revised Target ID legend and Mode/Discrimination patterns to better suit the search needs of international users.
- New Digital Target ID: 0 to 99 scale offers target information
- New Camlocks for increased stem stability
- New Includes Pulse-Width Modulation audio: sharper, more responsive audio
- Light weight with big performance at a small price
- Three Search Modes
- Four Sensitivity adjustments
- Coin Depth Indicator determines target depth
Highly Recommended - Coin Hunting, Dry Beach/Fresh Water Hunting
Recommended - Jewelry Hunting, Relic Hunting, Competition Events
|Digital Target ID||YES, 0-99 scale|
|Target ID Cursor Segments||5|
|Iron Discrimination Segments||1|
|Audio Tone ID Levels||3|
|Standard Searchcoil||16.5 x 23cm (6.5" x 9") PROformance™|
|Length (Adjustable)||1.016 m - 1.3462 m (40" to 53")|
|Total Weight||1.27 kgs. (2.75 lbs.)|
|Batteries||4 AA (included)|
|Warranty||2 Year, Limited Parts/Labor|
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PRESET FIND MODES
Icons flash to tell you what you’ve found
We’ve got you covered.
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