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Fisher F22

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Steve Herschbach
  • Price: $ 209 Freq: 7.69 kHz Weight: 2.3 lbs Waterproof?: No Current?: Yes

The Fisher F22 metal detector was introduced in 2015 and is still in production. It is a weatherproof 7.69 kHz VLF metal detector aimed primarily at coin, jewelry, and relic detecting.

"The F22 is a fully weatherproof, easy to use turn-on-and-go metal detector. It has superfast retune speed with excellent target separation and easy to use Discrimination, Sensitivity, Notch and Pinpoint features. Fe-Tone® adjustable iron audio allows you to set the volume of ferrous targets lower than the volume of non-ferrous targets for increased clarity on desirable targets. Easily identify buried targets with the 9-Segment Target Categories and a 0-99 numeric Target-ID enhanced with 4-Tone Audio-ID System. Custom made to allow users to set their own tones. Go ahead, get it wet! The F22 can handle almost any environment!" Source: Fisher 2016 catalog

Fisher F22 metal detector

Fisher F22 control panel

  • Fe-Tone® Adjustable Iron Audio
  • 4 Modes of operation
  • 9-segment visual and Numerical Target-ID
  • Adjustable Sensitivity and Volume
  • Static Pinpoint Notch Discrimination System
  • Large 2-Digit Numeric Target-ID Numbers, 1-99
  • Iron Identifier Icon
  • Non-Volatile Memory Saves Settings
  • Ultra-lightweight Only 2.3 lbs. Operational Weight
  • 7.69 kHz Operating Frequency
  • Operates on 2 AA Batteries
  • 9-Inch Triangulated Concentric Elliptical Waterproof Searchcoil

Official F22 Product Page

Fisher F22 Owner's Manual

First Texas (Fisher) Metal Detector Forum


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Chuck M

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I been using the F22 for about 2 months now. I really like like. I have found many coins but the only drawback I see is that it will only detect coins at about 7" or less. When I hit a coin at depths around 5 to 7 inches the ID is bouncing around. But overall a decent detector 

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