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Fisher Labs Fisher Labs F2 Metal Detector

An entry-level metal detector with multiple professional-quality features, the F2 from Fisher Labs® makes it easy to get started coin shooting, relic hunting, and beach hunting. Simple to operate, the F2 features a large control panel with seven big push buttons and big LCD display to make locating elusive targets easy in any environment. Packed with multiple top-of-the-line features, the F2 features an eight segment visual target display and audio features to help you differentiate desired targets from trash. This visual display includes a two-digit numeric target ID display to help you determine probable metal type. This display also includes a depth meter, target category readout, sensitivity bar graph, battery life indicator, and more. Programmed to automatically ignore most ground minerals, the F2 also features audio tone and vibration features when it locates metal, as well as a four-tone audio ID to indicate different target metals. This versatile, multipurpose detector also features a one-touch pinpoint option with numeric depth readout, coin depth indicator in motion search mode, and notch system for accepting or rejecting target categories to make your searching more productive. Weighing just 2.6 pounds (with batteries), this lightweight metal detector features an adjustable arm cuff on a well-balanced, ergonomic S-handle for greater comfort and less fatigue! Comes with all purpose 8'' concentric searchcoil and two 9V batteries. Operating frequency: 5.9 kHz. Manufacturer's five-year warranty. Manufacturer model #: F2. Fast, sensitive target response Visual and audio target notification and identification Eight segment visual target display Four-tone audio ID Coil waterproof One-touch pinpoint option with numeric depth readout Coin depth indicator in motion search mode Notch system for accepting or rejecting target categories Lightweight 2.6 lbs. Non-motion pinpoint with depth in inches Locking cam locks for stable feel Well-balanced S-handle with adjustable arm cuff All purpose 8'' concentric searchcoil 1-99 Numerical target ID Uses two 9V batteries (included)
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Questions & Answers for Fisher Labs Fisher Labs F2 Metal Detector

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head set

is there a headset hookup?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
by
GunnyVan
 - miami
on Fisher Labs F2 Metal Detector
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
by
bloller
 - ES of Maryland
answer 2
Yes, this item has a hook up for headphones. This device is to be used
with interconnecting cables/headphone
cables shorter than three meters. Thanks
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answered 2 years, 11 months ago
by
BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
Question

What is the max depth range ?

asked 11 months ago
by
Cesar303
 - Rialto, CA
on Fisher Labs F2 Metal Detector
2 answers
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answer 1
I doubt you will find coins deeper than 4" with this unit. Possibly deeper if you dig every signal you get no matter how weak
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
by
bloller
 - ES of Maryland
answer 2
The following is from the Manufacturers web site.

Unfortunately, it has no absolute answers. The following variables, in addition to your own detector's capabilities, all have an effect on the answer.
1. Conductive properties of the soil:
2. The length of time an object is buried:
3. The size of an object:
4. The shape of an object:
5. The degree of magnetization:
The following is a link where I found the question and answer.

http://www.fisherlab.com/hobby/faqs.htm#how
Staff Answer
answered 11 months ago
by
BPSResource6
 - Springfield, MO.
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