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AT Max price

Lt4ever

Active member
What is a fair price for an AT Max with 2 coils and both wireless and waterproof headphones?
 

RLOH

Well-known member
What is a fair price for an AT Max with 2 coils and both wireless and waterproof headphones?
I have tried to sell three different detectors in the last couple of years and could not sell them for any price close to being reasonable. I believe that this all started when the Nox came out. The market got flooded with used detectors and buyers were in their glory. Like new used detectors were not holding their value. When I first saw this happening on the various detecting forums, I got the bright idea to sell them locally. Face Book market place and Graigslist were easy sells for me. But, now that market is dried up. I have Notka Anfibio Mulit that I cannot even get a whiff on. I would honestly think I would have to have the price in the 250-300 dollar range to sell it.

Sorry for the ramble and I feel your anguish. If you can get anywhere close to 375.00 you might be doing good. I know it is worth more than that, but I think selling used will only get worse with all of the new multi-frequency detectors being released.
 

TheMetalDetective

Well-known member
If you can get anywhere close to 375.00 you might be doing good. I know it is worth more than that, but I think selling used will only get worse with all of the new multi-frequency detectors being released.
I have the AT-Max as well and this is one of the reasons that I still hold on to it. That’s a huge hit from my purchase price. The other more important reason that I hold on to it is that my grandson, now a teenager, is interested in the hobby. The AT-Max is a great machine to start with because of its simplicity and I also introduced another friend into the hobby using that detector. He went out and bought an Equinox 800 the very next week and is detecting all the time now. (y)
 

kac_dt

New member
I have an AT Pro, thought of selling it but end of the day it is worth more as a backup machine do to it's reliability than what I would get for it selling. Also great machine to hand to a newcomer as it is easy to run.
 
I always search on the big auction site for prices. You can select completed listings on the app, and that gives you an idea of what things are actually selling for.

--Matt
 
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