Fisher F11 Metal Detector
Fisher F11 Metal Detector with 7" Waterproof Search Coil.
The Fisher F11 Metal Detector is the first detector in the latest F Series from Fisher Research Labs. The F11 is extremely low priced and sure to fit any budget. This feature packed detector delivers advanced performance in an easy to use format. You will be out having fun while finding treasure right away.
The F11 detector offers three modes of operation: Jewellery, Coin and Artefact modes.
It also boasts 9-Segment Visual Target Identification to help you separate trash from treasure before you begin digging. With the 4 Tone Audio Identification feature, the Fisher F11 sends out four distinct target tones that will have you hunting like a pro in no time.
- Frequency : 7.69 kHz
- Warranty : 5 Years
- Total Weight : 1kg
- Sensitivity Control : 6 Levels of Control. Adjust Detector to Changing Ground Conditions
- Target ID : 9-Segment Visual Target ID Scale Offers the Increased Ability to Distinguish One Target’s Conductivity from Another
- 4-Tone Audio-ID
- Multiple Notching System
- 9-Segment Visual Target-ID
- Graphic Target Depth Indicator
- Search Modes : 3 Plus Electronic Pinpoint
- 6 Levels of Adjustable Sensitivity and Volume
Buy from an Australian Dealer with a real retail location and after sales service. Don't be fooled by backyard operators who don't carry on hand stock, spare parts or have required knowledge to provide ongoing support.
We are an Authorised Fisher Research Labs Dealer with local stock, spare parts, warranty service and a bricks and mortar retail store.
WARNING! There are many counterfeit Fisher Metal Detectors for sale on eBay. These are made in China and will not work like the real product. If an eBay seller is based in China then you should avoid buying their products. Some Chinese eBay sellers may appear to be in Australia, using addresses in Sydney and Darwin as distribution points for their counterfeit products. Only buy your metal detector from an Authorised Dealer to avoid the disappointment of spending hundreds of dollars on what is essentially a doorstop.