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Poor inheritance?

Post by ChefClay » Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:00 am

A close friend who is new to the hobby has ‘inherited’ a Makro Multi Cruiser.
I have no knowledge of this machine so cannot help him.
Is there anyone on the site that can comment on whether this machine is suitable for a beginner?
Where my friend can learn more about the detector and it’s use?
Thank you



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Re: Poor inheritance?

Post by sweepstick47 » Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:19 am

Hello Chef Clay, ::g Take a look over there l;/ in the blue panel under the heading Metal Detectors and you'll see a forum for Makro/Nokta detectors which will be helpful to your pal.
I have a Makro machine and they are very user friendly with an intuitive interface so not classed as a complicated machine and I see no difficulty in a novice getting to grips with one.

Why not ask your pal to join the forum, it's the ultimate place to ask for and to gain information on any metal detector related subject. All the best - Regards ss47
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Re: Poor inheritance?

Post by ChefClay » Mon Mar 04, 2019 12:16 pm

Thank you for the reply.
I had already suggested the web site, hadn’t noticed they had a specific column re Makro.
Will mention it to him.

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Re: Poor inheritance?

Post by mrix » Mon Mar 04, 2019 1:01 pm

Hello, I use a Multi Kruzer myself ::g
For a mid range machines they are fairly simple to use, you will need to read the manual on how to ground balance and what specific mode to be in, maybe you want to use it at the beach or inland etc.
Its not really anymore difficult than learning an entry level machine but obviously with any detector there will be the basics to learn ::g

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Re: Poor inheritance?

Post by Toppo » Mon Mar 04, 2019 9:07 pm

Hi, I'm a new user of the Makro Multi Kruzer. Fellow MD club members tell me it can take 6-12 months to fully get to grips with a new detector. Just read some of the posts on this forum as recommended above. Also type into a search engine "Makro Multi Kruzer You tube" & you will open up loads of helpful videos that should give you all the assistance you need.
Above all, get out and use it. The more you use it, the easier it will get.
Good hunting
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Re: Poor inheritance?

Post by ChefClay » Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:14 am

Will pass that on, thank you.

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