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First hour with a New MMK!!


New member
Well I took the MMK on it’s first real outing today. It was short (1 hour), but I got to feel it out. I’m sold.

If the Kruzer says it’s a coin, you can bet it’s a coin. Every single target was perfectly clear. If it was an 84 and sounded trashy it was a bottle cap. If it was a broken 32 it was a pull tab. I may very well have walked over some coins that I didn’t dig. But I doubt it. I’m gonna like this machine. She’s honest!


New member
Nice recoveries.


New member
This is a park I have hit a lot. It’s shaded so it’s a good summer evening park. I went there because I know it well. I did t really expect to dig any coins


Well-known member
It's always fun to take a new detector to a very familiar site you've hunted a lot as it helps you build a little confidence and get a better understanding of a unit.

Just don't get too relaxed and pout too much trust in ANY detector's visual Target ID as you will end up walking away from some potentially good, desired targets. And give it time, you will recover unwanted junk that will give you a very repeatable coin-like 'lock-on' as well. It's all part of the metal detecting game.

That said, I will agree with you about the field performance of the Multi-Kruzer. Excellent performance with a very clean, distinctive audio report and the numeric VDI read-out complements the audio behavior. Were you using the stock 7X11 DD or an accessory coil? My favorite on the Kruzer, or the Racer 2 or Impact or Anfibio models for general day-to-day hunting, is the round 7" Concentric coil. It does an even better job of handling bottle caps and common ferrous debris.

Continued success.