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Super Scanner V - Hand Held Metal Detector

Originally designed for use at the Olympic Games in 1984, Garrett's Super Scanner is the most recognized hand-held metal detector in the world.

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Features

One switch operation

Ultimate sensitivity

Does not require adjustments

Rugged, high-impact ABS case with reinforced coil compartment

Detects medium sized pistol from 9"; large knife from 6"; razor blade and box cutter from 3"; foil-wrapped drugs and tiny jewelry from 1"

Large 10" scan surface for quick, thorough scanning

No tools required to change 9V battery

Sharp audible alarm and bright red LED light indicates the detection of metal

Momentary push button temporarily eliminates detection of nearby ambient metal such as rebar, metal walls, etc.

Green LED light indicates ON; Amber LED indicates low battery; Red LED indicates ALARM

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Full Specs

Operating Temperatures -35°F (-37°C) to 158°F (70°C)
Humidity To 95% non-condensing
Operating Frequency 93 kHz
Audio Frequency 2kHz Warble
Tuning Automatic
Indicators : Speaker LED Alert Lights
Green : Power ON
Amber : Battery LOW
Red : ALARM condition
Controls : Power switch (ON / OFF)
Interference Elimination Momentary Switch
Battery Single 9 volt battery provides up to 60 hours of normal operation.
Optional NiMH rechargeable battery provides up to 20 hours on each 12-hour recharge
Dimensions : Width : 3.25" (8.3 cm)
Thickness : 1.625" (4.13 cm)
Length : 16.5" (42 cm)
Weight : 17.6 oz. (500 g)
Warranty 1 year parts and labor

Regulatory Information

The SuperScanner meets or exceeds all performance specifications of the National Institute of Justice Standard - 1602.02 “Hand-Held Metal Detectors for Use in Concealed Weapon and Contraband Detection.” Meets CE and other international standards for electromagnetic compatibility and safety.


Extensive research has found no information that would indicate Garrett products have adverse effects on pregnancy or medical devices or magnetic recording media. Directives of physicians and medical device manufacturers must be followed.