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Garrett ATX
PN: 1140860.....MSRP: $2,495 (U.S.)


ATX basic package includes:
ATX with 12" DD coil
ATX 10"x12" coil cover (not shown)
Land headphones (waterproof headphones sold separately)
Soft storage/travel case
Garrett Detector Sling
AA alkaline and rechargeable batteries
Battery charger

Watch ATX Videos


Printable ATX Spec Sheet

ATX Forum

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  Garrett ATX Basic Package
 
EXTREME SENSITIVITY
LOCATES TINY GOLD NUGGETS THAT
OTHER PI DETECTORS MISS

ADVANCED NEW DD SEARCHCOIL
PROVIDES ENHANCED DETECTION OF
SMALL ITEMS & EASY PINPOINTING

ALL TERRAIN USE
WATERPROOF TO 10 FEET OR 3 METERS
The ATX ground balances to saltwater without requiring
a special mode or use of discrimination!

Highly Recommended - Prospecting, Cache Hunting, Relic Hunting, Dry Beach/Fresh Water Hunting, and Surf Hunting
 
Recommended - Jewelry Hunting, Coin Hunting and Ghost Town Hunting

SAVE on an ATX DEEPSEEKER® PACKAGE
— includes ATX basic package plus 20" Deepseeker® Mono Searchcoil and military-grade Garrett hard case.




- GARRETT ATX -
THE NEW CHOICE FOR HIGH-END PERFORMANCE


Featuring advanced ground balance—proven to handle the extreme iron stone minerals
of Western Australia, saltwater, and everything in between.
 
Don't be fooled by those who want to call this a "mid-range" PI detector because of its price. The ATX performs head-to-head with the most expensive prospecting detectors in the world.

  Even better, the ATX has maximum detection on all targets all the time. No need to switch modes or switch coils to improve detection on small gold while degrading detection of larger nuggets.   It has advanced pulse induction technology, a durable mil-spec design, a new DD coil design, and unrivaled PI sensitivity on tiny gold. The Garrett ATX is the ultimate gold detector for all terrains and extreme conditions.
         
   
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