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Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $230 $200
Manufactured in 2015 2010
Battery Type 2 AA 9V
Weight (Lbs.) 2.3 2.2
Operating frequency 7.69 kHz. 7.8 kHz.
Display Yes Yes
Backlight No
Target ID 2-Digit 1-99 Numeric
Tone ID Fe-Tone Adjustable Iron Audio 3 Tones
Search Modes
  • Jewelry.
  • Coins.
  • Artifact.
  • Custom
  • Pinpoint
  • Discriminate
  • Motion All Metal
  • Pinpoint
Ability to change coils Yes Yes
Ground balance Auto Auto Preset
Waterproof Weatherproof, waterproof coil Coil only
Warranty 5 Years 5 Years
Number of Reviews graph 3
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Avg. User Rating 4.00 4.25
Avg. Durability Rating 3.83 4.50
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 4.50 5.00
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Most helpful review for Fisher F22

Fisher f22
Just got my new Fisher F22. Fantastic machine. It goes as deep as you would aspect and more. Thinking I would have some basic machine turned out to work wounders. Its easy to use and finds the target's with ease. I have seen reviews and knew what I was in for. But what the hell. I must have a defect machine as it goes deeper then I thought. 12incs so far and still getting to use it. This was on a Australian 10cent. Very Happy and cheap. Best price range out there and weatherproof. I can find all metals of simply pick what I want to find. Awesome.
Allan from Wood

Thumbs up! 13
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Most helpful review for Teknetics Alpha 2000

Teknetics Alpha review
Took the Alpha to an old ball field for a few hours. The site was on a slope were the old bleachers had been tore down. Iron was everywhere. Important to note, that is why I chose to run the discrimination wide open. If the detector can id iron then there is less chance of masking or iron sounding like a good target.

The detector ran very smooth at full sensitivity with no chatter. I tested the EMI issue under power lines and the field light transformers and no problems at all. Honestly I was very surprised. Early on the Alpha had problems with EMI. But Teknetics fixed this with heavier coil cable. The "56" nickle I doug was actualy showing 5c on the display. 4-5 inches down in the red clay here. I was spot on with the pinpointing also. As I am use to Tesoro's I just X'ed the spot. Although nothing earth shattering was found by me I feel this detector is worth more than it's price. No ron, none no nails or can slaw. And trust me it was everywhere. It likes pulltabs. That is a good thing to me because it will like gold too.

The dime I found was proof that leaving the disc. open helps find good things in iron. I got the low tone before and after the small high tone. I thought I better slow down my swing and listen. Sure enough I could here a hight tone between the two low tones. So I dug and out popped a clad dime. Now I'm impressed. Depth is not an issue either. The last target I dug was a memorial at 7" next to the side walk. Are their any bad things with this detector? Not realy, for 200.00 it can't be beat IMHO. The stock 8" coil is ok but I am getting a 5x10 DD to realy enhance this detector. HH
Jim D. from North Georgia

Thumbs up! 69
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