MD 6300. Chinese remake of Garrett ACE 250 (look at it!)

Chinese are selling a MD 6300 metal detector. Even a blind man can see that it’s a China-made Garrett ACE 250. BUT! It has unexpectedly turned out that the counterfeit machine has a feature which is 100% demanded by customers but is stubbornly ignored by the original manufacturer. It’s the control box that can be quickly removed from the shaft. Take a look at it!

Apart from the quick-removable control box, look at where the headphone socket is located. Allows a 3.5 mm jack plug to be used. Plus, it seems that the battery cassette can be removed and the power supply may be universal. For instance, with another cassette it may be the rechargeable batteries. By the way, is anyone embarrassed by the number of batteries in the pack?

Do you see a coil cable? Yes, this unit comes with the cable hidden inside the shaft. It’s an awesome feature of expensive – and, as we can see now, Chinese-made – machines.

The armrest is quick-removable, too. And now just imagine how compact the metal detector is if it’s possible to remove its armrest and control box, with the coil cable hidden inside the shaft.

All about the Garrett ACE 250 is collected here (news, tests, comparisons with other devices, different reviews and opinions). Plus, on Knowledgebase pages there is additional information you should know before buying the Garrett ACE 250. The experience of others will help you save your time and money. Happy hunting to everyone!

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3 Responses to MD 6300. Chinese remake of Garrett ACE 250 (look at it!)

  • Well, with the introduction of the ACE 300 the ACE 250 is being phased out, it will be available until parts run out and then ‘that’s all folks’. This Chinese ‘knock-off’ is styled so as not to be confused with the ACE range so I guess that Garrett probably won’t go after the Chinese manufacturers in the courts.

    I have been told that when compared in side-by-side tests the Chinese copies/fakes don’t do well at discrimination, depth and recovery speed. Has anyone done a comprehensive test/video of a Garrett and a Chinese copy side-by-side, if so that would be interesting to watch.

    I do like the new position of the headphone jack, I always thought that Garrett made a mistake placing it where they did. I have seen a modification where a ‘detectorist’ ran a cable from the jack, through the shaft to the back of the arm cuff, a very sensible modification for the ACE series.

    I have seen clone pin-pointers at the market and the one I tested seemed to work well, although it didn’t exactly copy the original. When I questioned the seller who assured me it was an original he removed the item from his stall and that was the end of that! If he had dropped the asking price I would have purchased one as I’m quite happy to use a Cen-Tech pin-pointer, it works well, I don’t abuse it (using it like a digging tool as I have seen some do on You-Tube), but it does not like the hot weather and is unusable in the oh so very hot Australian summer… So a second, cheap pin-pointer would have worked for me, my only issue with them is they continue to try to pass fakes as originals!

  • Thanks for this post.
    Where i can buy it? It will work like ace 250

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