The Ever Popular Garrett

 


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Garrett has become a household name in metal detection and security. When the company started out, they had no idea that they will become one of the prime movers in the industry.

The company started manufacturing and selling metal detectors in the early 1960s. Probably one of the reasons they become so successful is that they always had given their customers their utmost priority.

This has been the philosophy of the company ever since: a commitment and loyalty to their customers. They found out that a satisfied customer is the best marketing campaign for their products. With this, the company has tried to ensure that customers receive the best products the best technology has to offer and the best information campaign and customer sales service in the industry.

The Hunter was the first metal detector that Garrett introduced to the public. Through the Hunter, Garrett began incorporating innovation after innovation in their metal detector's designs.

In 1970, the company was the first one to stop oscillator drift. What Garrett did was to place a non-changing frequency crystal into the reference oscillator. This brought great changes in the industry. The company was also the first one to find a solution for eliminating searchcoil drift. These innovations catapulted Garrett to the top.

Garrett Electronics was the first to release a low cost metal detector which it called the Mini Hunter. Then in 1973 the company released to the public the Beat Frequency Oscillator (BFO) metal detector, it was the first of its kind.

Almost every year, Garrett released newer versions of metal detectors or innovations on existing ones. Their research and engineering teams were always working round the clock to come up with newer technology.

Garrett's competitions practically couldn't keep up. Some of the competitor companies accepted their defeat and closed their doors in metal detector manufacturing.

As the word got around, Garrett's detectors became in demand across the nation and even around the globe. Treasure hunters kept looking for the Garrett brand.

In 1984, the FBI asked Garrett to make a walk through detector, a first for the company. This was to beef up security in the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Needless to say, that single event hurled the company to the world of security products.

The already popular Garrett brands became even more recognizable and reliable. It earned a lot of credibility which brought about lots of other opportunities in the security field. And now, Garret has become one of the top quality providers of security products around the globe.

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