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Multi Kruzer or Anfibio

irnwrkr

Well-known member
Had a multi a couple years ago, sold it and just got the anfibio. Seems like a better built multi Kruger. Can’t wait to try it.
 

RLOH

Well-known member
I believe the Anfibio Multi is deeper, but it could just be the 11 inch coil on the Anfibio. I have an interesting tidbit about the Impact. I put a 11 inch Anfibio style coil on the Impact and I immediately found a 10 inch deep Walker half and a similar depth mercury dime. Both came from heavily hunted spots. It is a nice, well built coil. I currently have an Anfibio Multi with the stock 11 inch coil and a 7 inch concentric coil. I absolutely love the 7 inch coil on this detector.

I am still waiting for my Etrac to be repaired, but it is nearing a month with no word on it. Can't wait for the Etrac to be back with the Multi 7 inch coil setup. I can cover every base with this combination.
 

Flintstone

Well-known member
I have been useing the Anfibio for about a mo. now and have got some deep dimes, i find that i get a good beep mixed with iron or other sound but no VDI's , if you take your time and go slow over the beep sound , you can get it to beep a time or two with no VDI's there is a dime or some thing down just past the VDI range. I have got some good coins that way. If no VDI and a good beep, dig it.
 

dbowling

Member
I also really like the 7 inch concentric coil, like the 9 in concentric also but it doesn't seem to pinpoint as good always off a little.
The 11 in stock coil is very deep.
 

JCR TX

Well-known member
With the coil selections available both the Anfibio Multi & Multi Kruzer are hard to beat as all around machines.
 

woodbutcher

Well-known member
The stock round 11 inch coil from the anfibio will work on the multi kruzer.. I've had both, and use all the coils on them..In my Pennsylvania soil I saw no performance gain using the same coil, anfibio and multi kruzer are identical in my test bed anyhow. The 11'round coil will wake the kruzer up for sure, it's a deep coil. I've always found that round coils of any size go significantly deeper than oval shaped coils,on all machines imo
 
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