Garrett ACE 350 Metal Detector Review

Garrett ACE 350 Metal Detector Review

The Garrett Ace 350 metal detector is an advanced version of the Ace 250, but slightly more powerful and user friendly, making it a great option for use in most any conditions. The new and improved DD search coil is incredibly powerful and does a wonderful job finding lost treasure in most situations without problems. Additionally, it features enhanced iron discrimination to make identifying objects easier, as well as a high frequency for a much better response. 

The enhanced iron resolution is one of the best features on this metal detector, as it allows users to easily determine whether the item under the ground is worth digging up or is a piece of junk. This helps users get more use out of their time with the equipment and allows them to better enjoy themselves. The search coil has been improved to ensure that it works in both mineralized ground, as well as locations without as many minerals.

By providing such great scanning coverage and also allowing users to accept or reject the set level of discrimination, this powerful metal detector is fairly easy to control and to use, even for new users. It features an impressive five search modes to make selecting a discrimination pattern easy, but more advanced users can easily create their own search modes if they want more control over their search. 

The continuous coin depth indicator determines the depth of the target, and the battery condition indicator gives constant information on the battery life so that users won’t ever risk running out when they are in the field. With one touch operation, the ability to break it down to 24” for easy packing and transport, and even a headphone jack, it’s easy to see how this metal detector offers most everything that users need to get started.

  • 17.11.2016
Mark
 

Hi, there! My name is Mark and I'm the owner of Detectorists Club. I am keen on hunting the coins of the Roman Empire and of the Middle Ages as well as searching for various artifacts of that period. In my blogs, I usually post my reports on findings and treasures as well as different stories about treasures found in different territories. I'm always glad to meet like-minded people who want to share their treasure hunting and metal detecting stories, so get involved!