Fisher F22

Fisher manufactures a product line of metal detectors labeled as F11, F22 and F44.

Here you can read about the flagship F44 model. As for this article, it is devoted to a bit lower level model of the device called F22.

Let’s keep in mind, that these metal detector models are very much alike and their functions are described in more details in the article about F44, but this article will complete the latter with some additional information – especially regarding the device assembly process and settings, which will be useful for those, who are using this model for the first time.

Keep reading…Fisher F22

Minelab X-Terra 305

X-Terra 305 is a modern microprocessor metal detector designed using VLF technology. It has two operating frequencies 7,5 kHz and 18,75 kHz.

The device has a wide range of user settings: highly accurate ground balancing, noise cancel feature, sensitivity adjustment, audio and graphical target identification and different discrimination modes.

The device has been on the market since 2009.

Keep reading…Minelab X-Terra 305

Fisher F44

In 2015 FISHER introduced a new product line to the treasure hunters community, these were F11, F22 and F44 metal detectors.

The devices are based on the good old VLF system. All the three models have operation frequency equal to 7.69 kHz.

Keep reading…Fisher F44

Minelab Equinox 800

Only one metal detector was announced in the name of the current review, but actually we“ll be discussing two devices – Minelab Equinox 800 and Minelab Equinox 600. Though they differ only in price and functionality they can offer.

I have some experience of treasure hunting using Minelab Equinox 800 and I’d like to share my opinion about it. Except this, we’ll also get things clear about what exactly makes these two metal detectors different.

Keep reading…Minelab Equinox 800