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Garrett's PD 6500i Enhanced Pinpoint Walk-Through Metal Detector–
The PD 6500i leads the industry with superior pinpoint technology and unmatched discrimination features. Designed for maximum throughput without compromising security, the PD 6500i is the walk-through of choice for security professionals worldwide.
Garrett CS 5000 Walk-Through Metal Detector–
The CS 5000 is one of the industry's most economical and effective walk-through metal detectors. Its microprocessor technology offers greater sensitivity for detecting weapons from the archway to the floor. It is constructed with attractive scratch and mar-resistant laminate with resilient end caps to endure high-volume security checkpoint usage.
Garrett SuperWand Hand-Held Metal Detector–
The SuperWand's 360° detection field provides uniform sensitivity and tip pinpointing to detect weapons and other metal objects with extreme accuracy. From U.S. airports to sporting events, the lightweight SuperWand is the hand-held of choice for today's security screener.
Garrett Tactical Hand-Held Metal Detectors (THD)–
The THD is the most rugged, compact metal detector on the market. With a highly-sensitive 360° detection area and a silent vibrating alarm indicator, the THD is the perfect metal detector for all law enforcement operations. It is also particularly effective for use in schools, bars and clubs, and for corporate security.
Garrett Super Scanner V Hand-Held Metal Detector–
World Renowned 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. The new Super Scanner V includes both audible and vibrating alarm options and extended battery life.
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