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Garrett ACE 250 Metal Detector with 6.5″ x 9″ PROformance Interchangeable Search Coil, Garrett Carry Bag, Garrett Edge Digger, ClearSound Headphones, Camo Digger’s Pouch, Adjustable Arm Strap, Batteries and a Two-Year Warranty.
The ACE 250 detector features Electronic Pinpointing, Accept/Reject Discrimination, Five Search Modes, Continuous Coin Depth Indicator, Battery Condition Indicator, Expanded Target ID Legend and Pushbutton Controls.
This metal detector is ideal for Coin Hunting, Jewelry Hunting, Relic Hunting, Ghost Town Hunting, Competition Events and even Dry Beach/Fresh Water Hunting.
|Target ID Cursor Segments||12|
|Iron Discrimination Segments||2|
|Search Modes||5 (plus Pinpoint)|
|Audio Tone ID Levels||3|
|Standard Search Coil||6.5" x 9" PROformance™|
|Length (Adjustable)||42" to 51" (1.06m - 1.29m)|
|Total Weight||2.7 lbs. (1.2 kgs.)|
|Batteries||4 AA (included)|
|Warranty||2 Year, Limited Parts/Labor|
Pinpointing with the ACE 250 Pinpointing is one of the most important, but simple to learn, techniques you need when treasure hunting. Knowing how to pinpoint correctly can mean the difference between digging a six-inch hole or a 2-inch plug.
The ACE 250 is equipped with an electronic Pinpoint pushbutton that makes pinpointing more accurate. Using this Pinpoint Mode is simple to do. After detecting a target, place the search coil on the ground to the side of the target's suspected location. Now, press and hold the Pinpoint pushbutton while maintaining contact with the ground and slowly move your search coil from left to right and then front to back over the suspected target's location. The maximum sound will be heard when the target is directly beneath the center of the searchcoil as shown.
Also, while electronically pinpointing, the Upper Scale on the LCD indicates signal strength. When the greatest number of LCD segments (increasing left to right on the scale) is shown, the center of the search coil is directly over the target.
NOTE: Keeping the search coil on the ground will help ensure the distance between the coil and the ground remains constant throughout the pinpointing process; in this case the distance is zero inches.
If the terrain does not allow for this type of "coil scrubbing" then do your best to maintain a constant height between the coil and the ground.