Fisher F2 Metal Detector: High End Features at Entry Level Price
If you are looking for a budget metal detector with a few bells and whistles like you would find in those high-end expensive metal detectors the Fisher F2 Metal Detector is a device worth considering. Although this device is considered to be an entry level metal detector it has some features you might find in higher end Fisher metal detectors.
Released in April 2016, the Garrett Ace 400 is a phenomenal metal detector. Just from the appearance, the Ace 400 is a work of pure beauty. It demands attention from its sophistication and simplicity at the same time. It is made in The US and its traditional deep yellow color infused with the black poles make its statement as a Garrett.
What immediately stands out when it comes to the Garrett Ace 400 is the unique iron audio setting that allows you to distinguish between iron and other metal so you can distinguish between trash and treasure. Anyone using the Garrett will immediately tell you that it is actually one of the best when it comes to this range of products.
It has five search modes (Zero-disk, Coins, Custom, Relics and Jewelry) infused with sensitivity adjustment, electric pin pointing and High-Resolution Iron discrimination. This makes the process of metal identification simpler since the depth indicator reads to depths of 8 inches that is displayed on the LCD screen, though you could still find metals that are still deeper than the 8 inch depth.
The metal detector comes in handy in very many land types. Forest trails being a great source of harvest are one great place that you could use the machine. Also mineralized soils, in fields as well as dry sand on the beach would be great places to put the Garrett Ace 400 to work.
Most actual user reviews of the Fisher f2 metal detector found this detector quite useful giving it 4 out 5 stars on various reviews sites. There is a lot about this metal detector that reviewers liked.
For starters, almost all reviews mentioned the fast recovery speed of this metal detector. It can detect a useless metal object and then quickly move on to a good find quicker than many metal detectors which means that you won’t miss those valuable coins and items of jewellery as often as with some other similar devices.
Users also felt it work well at finding items of interest buried under 8 to 10 inches of soil. And was especially good at finding coins and items of jewellery even those jewellery items that may be made of cheaper metals such as aluminium. Users also reported finding such interesting items as plough blades and even matchbook cars, that while not valuable can be quite fun to find.
They also found the battery life of the Fisher f2 metal detector to be quite good though some did feel that the 9-volt batteries were a little expensive. The only real complaint that most users had is that they felt the Fisher f2 did not perform well when the ground was wet.
All in all if you are a serious treasure hunter who is looking for high functioning metal detector then you are going find that the Fisher f2 simply is not going to meet your expectations. However, if you are a novice at this activity or have a limited budget then the Fisher f2 metal detector is ideal to get you started on your new hobby. It is lightweight, easy to use, and you can expect a good amount of success with this metal detector.
Love Fisher metal detectors? Then you may like to read our post about the history of the company and different type of metal detectors they produce.