Garrett AT Pro

$552.45

This all-terrain detector offers new and exclusive Garrett technology that makes it ideal for hunting coins, relics, caches, jewelry, and even gold nuggets. Select from either Standard or Professional search modes with enhanced audio features.

Highly Recommended – Coin Hunting, Jewelry Hunting, Relic Hunting, Cache Hunting, Prospecting, Ghost Town Hunting, Competition Events, Beach/Fresh Water Hunting

Description

AT Pro™ Metal Detector

PN: 1140460…..MSRP: $649.95

Includes:

  • 8.5″ x 11″ PROformance™ DD submersible searchcoil(as shown)
  • Garrett MS-2 headphones (waterproof headphones sold separately)

This all-terrain detector offers new and exclusive Garrett technology that makes it ideal for hunting coins, relics, caches, jewelry, and even gold nuggets. Select from either Standard or Professional search modes with enhanced audio features.

Highly Recommended – Coin Hunting, Jewelry Hunting, Relic Hunting, Cache Hunting, Prospecting, Ghost Town Hunting, Competition Events, Beach/Fresh Water Hunting

“It’s a great detector that you can take virtually anywhere without worry — deserts, lakes, rivers, streams, beaches…the list goes on. That means it is good for coins, jewelry, prospecting, shallow water hunting, beach hunting, and more. It is truly an all-terrain detector. ”
— Ben Myers, Western and  Eastern  Treasures, December  2011

“I found that the AT Pro offered an above average level of performance and ease of operation in the water that will likely allow many treasure hunters, that might be limited to a single detector, to experience the excitement water hunting can bring when jewelry is recovered. The AT Prohandled the shallow water with ease and offered target ID information — both audibly and visibly — that one does not expect from a fully submersible detector.
“Waterproof, lightweight and affordable, with features never before seen on a detector that excels under such a wide range of conditions, it’s easy to see why the AT Pro has become so popular with hunters around the world.”
— Andy Sabisch, Lost Treasure, October 2011