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Detector Type Coin and Relic Detector Coin and Relic Detector
Price $159 $150
Manufactured in 2016
Battery Type 9V
Weight (Lbs.) 2.3
Operating frequency 7.69 kHz
Display Yes
Backlight
Target ID 9 segment
Tone ID 4 Tones
Search Modes
  • Jewelry
  • Coin
  • Artifact
  • Pinpoint
Ability to change coils
Ground balance Factory preset
Waterproof Coil only
Warranty 5 Year Limited Warranty
Number of Reviews graph 1
graph 2
Avg. User Rating 3.00 3.00
Avg. Durability Rating 3.00
Avg. Ease of Use Rating 5.00
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Most helpful review for Fisher F11

Fisher f11
In the beginning about 15 years ago I use the cheapest metaldetector (wellerman or something like that) from the supermarket and never find anything, maybe a few coins. But about 3 months ago I buy my first little more better and was satisfied what this fisher f11 can do. My findings with this cheap beginners metaldetector was coins, copper, silver juwelery but only one gold necklace but I was happy into the soul with my findings. Yes its average beginners metaldegector for cheap money and if you want to try the hobby don't buy the most expensive machine you can dig and find really good stuff with this Fisher F11.

My deepest finding was a copper coin from 1861 on the beach from 10 inches.
Kristian from Sweden

Thumbs up! 8
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Most helpful review for Bounty Hunter Tracker ID

Chicken little
I call this machine "chicken little" because when you adjust the discriminate level to recognize the pulltab zone the high and low tones blend and it almost sounds like a chicken clucking. This machine is good for low to middle trash areas-not that it won't work in high trash areas. But you will get a lot of signals because it detects all metals above bottlecap setting and identifies them with a high tone for pennies thru quarters,a mixed or clucking sound for the pulltab zone,and a low tone for nickels and foil. It's just the thing for those who like to hear every signal and make up their minds about digging. It also has an all metal mode activated by just clicking the discriminate control to the off position. One secret feature known by few is that a high tone coin will still be picked up under a few or handful of pulltabs or most any other trash with a high tone. For those who own one and realize that the instruction manual does't explain how to set the discriminate control:click the discriminate control on. With a NICKEL in a free hand that has no jewelry on it, began sweeping the nickel back and forth in front of the coil while rotating the disc control further and further to the right. You will start out with and high tone,then a mixed tone,and finally the desired LOW tone-you're set! If you don't get into high trash areas that bombard you with lots of signals-this detector will both amuse and enrichen you.
Ken Carpenter from Marshall, Tx

Thumbs up! 48
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