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Garrett Z-Lynk - in Stock!

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In Stock @ AZO – Ready to Ship!

 

The manufacturers are going wireless! Here’s another great product that just arrived fresh from Garrett. This is the all new Z-Lynk Wireless System which frees the operator from being connected to their metal detector with cables. Below is some information about this product, along with a short video clip. Regular price is $149.95. AZO price is only $127.46 + FREE SHIPPING. Please give me a call at 1.928.777.0267 if you would like me to hold one for you.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9V-CyNJS1U

 

Z-Lynk Wireless System Kit Includes:

  • WT-1 wireless transmitter
  • WR-1 wireless receiver
  • Two USB charging cables
  • 1/4" headphone jack cable
  • Mounting band
  • Carrying case

Key Features:

  • Freedom—all the bene­fits of using headphones, without being tied to your metal detector.
  • Lightning-fast speed—Near-zero delay (17-milliseconds) from your detector to your headphones. Six times faster than Bluetooth speed, and up to four times faster than other wireless headphone kits.
  • Versatility—Nearly universal; designed to work with most detector brands and most wired headphones.
  • Frequency-Hopping Technology—Creates an in­finite number of channels to prevent interference with nearby headphones and wireless devices.
  • Extended Hunting Time—Get up to 30 hours of operation per charge. Recharge the Z-Lynk modules with any micro-USB charging port—on your laptop, in your car, or with a USB power block such as a smartphone charger.
  • Can be used on both VLF (single frequency) and pulse (multi-frequency) detectors.

Additional Info:

  • Recharge the Z-Lynk transmitter and receiver modules with the supplied cables by attaching them to a laptop, your vehicle’s USB port, or a phone charger’s USB power block.
  • Each module has an Auto-Off; function that will switch off power after 30 minutes of inactivity.

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I have one and will be using it on my gpx5000, but with all the rain in NorCal haven't had a chance to get out. Will post about it if it ever stops raining long enough to go detecting!

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