Lets take a look at Fisher metal detectors:
This product is vastly designed with a greater degree of sensitivity and performance. Before going to the fields, parks or beaches you need to decrease the sensitivity. If you cannot reduce the sensitivity it will land you in many fake signals and decreased stability.
With an 8 inch concentric coil, this Fisher F2 has the capacity to detect metals up to a depth of 10 inches. This depth capacity has put this product in top rankings in metal detecting category.
The F2 has a very fast response time from one target to the next one. This ultra quick recovery time allows one to detect metal object with a close distance to each other. Other Metal detectors have a slow quick recovery time hence cannot be able to detect close distanced metal objects. Unlike many metals detectors, this product helps save a lot time.
Unlike the F2, The F4 has several ways to identify your target. The detector has an 11- segment target ID which differentiates metal trash and treasures. This helps one from digging up a coin only to realize it’s a pop top. It also has a 4 tone audio ID allowing you to hear different target metals. This reduces chances to guess what type of metal it is. It has a 0-99 range that displays likely metal matches. This ability is highly suitable to make hunts in trash areas like parks and ball fields.
The F4 metal Detector has an LCD screen. The screen is readable, displaying vital information concerning metals’ depth, distance etc. It has a menu driven user interface with great features. Some of the features include a 2 digit display identifying the target ID number or depth and a target category. The target category states whether the target is iron, foil, nickel, zinc pull-tab, dime or quarter. It has a battery indicator to help the user know how much charge is remaining.
Using the F4 is simple thanks to its developers. It has a user friendly interface with simple controls to maneuver with. The notch control allows you to ignore selected and identified trash like foils, pull tabs etc. The sensitivity control adjusts to soil mineralization and electronic interference. Mineralized soils and chatter noises can be turned off as well.
Other controls include a pinpoint and an All-Metal Auto Tune button. The pinpoint detects depth and distance of a target metal. The All-Metal Auto Tune button provides automatic ground balancing and maximum depth. It also has a discrimination control that has one tone to eliminate iron and other metals.