Here’s a list of original parts & accessories for the Makro Kruzer, Makro Gold Kruzer, and Makro Multi Kruzer detectors. You can view the prices as well. It will be more interesting, of course, when aftermarket accessories for these machines appear. But even now there is a sight for sore eyes. Some parts are the same as those available for other Makro/Nokta products.
Upper shaft for Makro Kruzer detectors. Original name: Makro Upper S-Rod (KRUZER). Price: $29 (is being sold without an armrest).
Middle shaft for Makro Kruzer detectors, made of aluminum. Note that this one is the same as for the Makro Racer 1/2 series. Original name: Makro Aluminum Middle Shaft (KRUZER / Racer / Racer 2). Price: $35.
Lower shaft for Makro Kruzer detectors, made of carbon. Original name: Makro Lower Shaft — Carbon Fiber (KRUZER). Price: $29.
Armrest for the Makro Kruzer. Original name: Makro Armrest (KRUZER). Price: $19.
Search coil hardware kit: a plastic L-shaped bolt and nut, rubber washers. Note that this kit is universal, fits other metal detectors as well – e.g., Makro Racer 1/2. Price: $6.
Fixation strap for armrest. The similar one is used with other machines, e.g. – the Nokta Impact. Original name: Nokta Armrest Strap (IMPACT / KRUZER). Price: $4.
Spare external battery compartment for the Makro Kruzer series, waterproof, 4 AA batteries. Comes supplied with 2 mounting screws and a lower armrest stand. Original name: Makro External Waterproof 4xAA Battery Pack (KRUZER). Price: $39.
Adapter for converting a waterproof Makro Kruzer port to a standard 1/4 jack. Original name: Makro 1/4? Headphone Adapter (KRUZER). Price: $29.
USB charger. Original name: Makro AC Charger 3.1A 220VAC/USB (KRUZER). Price: $19. Doesn’t this charger look familiar to you? ))
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Should all accessories come with pro package
the piece named “USB charger” is not it: it is the adapter for no brand headphones.
It should be wonderful to know how build an adapter with no connecting flying wire that brokes itself among the stubs and branches.
Besides, it is a very pity that this detector is not able to pair common brand wireless headphones, or someone knows the procedure to pair the detector to common brand (or no brand) headphons?
Why this strange exclusive adapter / exclusive wireless headphones? They want an exclusive business?
How can we resolve this?
Hi ,I lost my simplex plus both stands , where can I buy it , please someone suggest from where to buy it. I’m from India.