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Fisher F75 Ltd

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Steve Herschbach
  • Price: $ 699 Freq: 13 kHz Weight: 3.5 lbs Waterproof?: No Current?: Yes

The Fisher F75 Ltd metal detector is a model in the F75 series introduced in 2007 and is still in production. It is a 13 kHz VLF metal detector aimed primarily at coin, relic, jewelry, and gold nugget detecting. Note that the F75 Ltd was also called the F75 Special Edition, leading to some confusion regarding the various F75 models. The latest version of the F75 Ltd is the F75+.

The original F75 Ltd model was upgraded in 2014 to include Digital Shielding Technology (DST) but the model name as sold remained the same. Earlier models are just called the F75 Ltd and the newer version is referred to as the F75 Ltd DST by users. These models should not be confused with the basic F75 model which also come with and without DST.

"The F75 Ltd and Fisher F75 are two of the best metal detectors on the market today. Ideal for coins, relics, jewelry, caches and gold nuggets; they are truly versatile. When the F75 was released it raised the bar in the industry for impressive depth and incredible target separation capability. Its unparalleled "iron see-through" has been the talk of the industry. Sites thought to have been cleaned out now produce countless artifacts. These brothers of a sort share a core group of features. The Ltd version comes with additional Boost and Cache Modes, a 5" DD Round Searchcoil and a set of rain covers for the control and battery housing. The advanced technology of the Fisher F75 Ltd makes it the deepest and most versatile detector on the market today. Boost Mode increases depth and gives an added edge when hunting forest clutter or deep vegetation. Cache Mode detects large objects buried deep. Combined with our 15" DD Searchcoil it is the ideal combination when searching for deep caches, projectiles or meteorites. Also included with the F75 Ltd is a 5" DD round Searchcoil, excellent in trashy areas and for locating small items and gold nuggets. A set of rain covers for the control and battery compartments is also included." Source: Fisher 2016 catalog

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Fisher F75 Ltd metal detector

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Fisher F75 Ltd control panel

  • Large LCD Screen with 0-99 Numeric Target Identification Display
  • Trigger-Actuated Pinpointing with Variable Audio Pitch
  • 8 Different Audio ID Tone Options
  • Multiple Program Modes, 3 All Metal Modes
  • Double-Filter Discrimination for Searching Trashy Areas
  • Notch and Discrimination Controls
  • Magnetic Mineralized Bar Graph Readout
  • Trigger Actuated FASTGRABTM Ground Balance with Manual Override
  • Non-Volatile Memory Saves Settings Back Light for Low Light Conditions
  • Adjustable Armrest and Pole Assembly
  • 1/4" (6.3 mm) Headphone Jack
  • 7 Frequency Shift Options
  • Uses Four AA batteries
  • Comes Standard with 11" (28 cm) DD Elliptical Open Waterproof Searchcoil
  • 13 kHz Operating Frequency
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs. (1.6 kg)
  • 5 Year Warranty 

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One of my favorite detectors of all time. The F75 was a detector that initially turned me off due to the early units sensitivity to electrical interference. However, once I discovered how well the detector worked when I got away from urban areas it became one of my standard units for quite a few years. I used the detector mainly in the all metal mode using the on screen target id to make dig/no dig decisions. Not only is the F75 a very powerful detector used this way, but it has the best on arm feel of any detector I have ever used. Perfect balance and a handle that my hand really likes... though that is different for everyone. The only issue other than electrical interference that I had with the machine is the inability to adjust the ferrous tone break which is set too high in the preset tones modes.

I have already written extensively about the F75 on this website and so will refer you to my detailed review page.

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