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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #25 on: April 16, 2015, 06:09 »
Can anyone tell us what level (medium or advanced) is this detector when compared with others?  For example is it at the level of a Minelab 705, E Trac, CTX or Garrett Ace 350, AT or GTI.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Tesaro Bandido 2, Explorer, ETrac, CTX 3030, Equinox 800
  • Oldest find: 1655 French coin (found in Australia)
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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #26 on: April 16, 2015, 18:45 »
The RACERs  is on par with all the above, however its learning curve is far less complex then some of the ones you mentioned above. Its one of the easiest detectors iv ever used, and because of this, your rewards come much faster as you dont have to carry a quick start guide round with you.
Its unmasking abilities will impress.

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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #27 on: April 16, 2015, 18:50 »
The RACERs  is on par with all the above, however its learning curve is far less complex then some of the ones you mentioned above. Its one of the easiest detectors iv ever used, and because of this, your rewards come much faster as you dont have to carry a quick start guide round with you.
Its unmasking abilities will impress.

On par with the top level units? That's a pretty big call. Sorry do you have experience using these top end units?  I would think that most of the top end units being 3 times the price would mean something.  If the racer is on par then myself and thousands have been ripped off.  Your reply sounds like an advertisement.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Tesaro Bandido 2, Explorer, ETrac, CTX 3030, Equinox 800
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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #28 on: April 16, 2015, 19:04 »
Can i have a macro to put up against my 3030 for an unbiased You Tube review?

And i have never used a quick start guide in my life


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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #29 on: April 16, 2015, 19:17 »
I was actually thinking about getting one of these as a medium back up or a 'friends loan machine'.  After having a look I place this machine on the medium level as a Minelab 750 or Garret AT Pro.  I feel the processer would not be fast enough re ferrous separation to compete with a CTX.
  • Detector(s) owned/used: Tesaro Bandido 2, Explorer, ETrac, CTX 3030, Equinox 800
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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #30 on: April 16, 2015, 19:22 »
My AT Pro had the fastest recovery of any machine i have worked, still wish i hadnt sold it sometimes, best bang for buck detector on the market, but getting a bit long in the tooth now.

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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #31 on: April 16, 2015, 19:25 »
Know how you feel, I sometimes think that about my old Tesaro Bandido 2 from 1995.
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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #32 on: April 16, 2015, 19:28 »
On par means its able to compete.....not really a big call.


The cost of a unit may reflect to some its abilities, others are not so easily convinced.
Thousands need not feel ripped off simply because now days there are other alternatives to spending large amounts of money on ageing technology, i dont, and i own and operat a v3i given the FBS/BBS detectors didnt float my boat after owning a few. Nothing wrong with them, they work very well, but so do Garrett ACE 150s.  

Do some youtubing, you maybe surprised.

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Re: Makro Racer.
« Reply #33 on: April 16, 2015, 19:31 »
On par means its able to compete.....not really a big call.


The cost of a unit may reflect to some its abilities, others are not so easily convinced.
Thousands need not feel ripped off simply because now days there are other alternatives to spending large amounts of money on ageing technology, i dont, and i own and operat a v3i given the FBS/BBS detectors didnt float my boat after owning a few. Nothing wrong with them, they work very well, but so do Garrett ACE 150s.  

Do some youtubing, you maybe surprised.

Fair enough mate, to each his own.  Good luck and keep digging and at the end of the day its the operator not the machine..   Would like to give one a go though.
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  • Detector(s) owned/used: Tesaro Bandido 2, Explorer, ETrac, CTX 3030, Equinox 800
  • Oldest find: 1655 French coin (found in Australia)



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