Fisher 1225x

Price: $300
Avg. Score: 4 stars 4.07
Based on 14 reviews

Avg. Durability: 4 stars4.00
Avg. Ease of use: 4 stars4.00
Maximum detection depth

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August 02, 2006
In response to the person with the batteries getting stuck inside, all you have to do is use your brain. I have had them get stuck also. All I did was caught the bottom edge of the battery where the side of the battery is crimped around the bottom with a knife and pulled it out. Then I tried different brands of batteries and some fit tight and some drop right in and out with no problem. I use a local pharmacy brand alkaline and have had no problems since :)

Overall Rating 4 stars


A nice reliable performer

June 07, 2006
The 1225X is a bargain considering the depth it goes to. My best find is a swedish copper "daler" from 1682, it was at depth of roughly 30 cm. Discrimination was set at 6. Battery life is excellent. This unit compares very favourably to the Garret 550Gtax. I have used the 1225X for 3 years, and naturally dug alot of trash, since gold and some european coins are dialed out if the discrimination is set above 4.

A good beginner and backup machine.
Only negative thing i have to say about this one is that is lacks a volume control, and is somewhat sensitive to athmospheric discharges.

Overall Rating 5 stars!


Fischer 1225x

October 19, 2005
I have only used this unit a couple of times. First its very light and well balance. Another test it passed I found coins in a an area that was just combed with two other detectors. The controls are simple and easy to use. Also the depth on the coins I found was very respectable, about 8 inches on one of the quarters that I retrieved. Finally I opened the battery compartment and each battery would just drop right out in my hands I then slide them back in and snapped the cover in place.

Overall Rating 5 stars!


Save your money!!!

September 07, 2005
Battery doors fall off, batteries get stuck inside and will not come out without sending the unit in for repair, customer service was deplorable...ect.

How this machine has survived is beyond me.

Fisher will never see another penny from me !!!

Overall Rating 1 star


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