All Purpose Metal Detector

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  • Product Information

    • FeTone™, Adjustable Iron Audio
    • Enhanced V-Break®, Tone Discrimination System
    • Notch Window with Adjustable Notch Width
    • Backlit Display (Backlight)
    • Computerized GROUND GRAB®, One Touch Ground Balance with Manual Override
    • Unmatched Target Separation in Iron & Trash
    • Continuous Ground Condition Readout:
      - Ground Phase value indicates amount of mineralization
      - Fe3O4 graphic indicates amount of mineralization
    • Ground balance all the way to salt
    • Static All Metal Pinpoint with Depth Indicator
    • 19 kHz Operating Frequency
    • Ultra-Lightweight, only 2.5 lbs. (1.1 kg.)
    • Battery Life: 20 Hours
    • Adjustable Length: Yes
    • IP Rating: IP54
    • Display Type: LCD
    • Dimensions: 14.5 x 22 x 6 inches
    • Batteries: 2x AA
    • Battery Type: Alkaline
    • 5-Year Warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the Fisher F19 and Fisher Goldbug Pro metal detectors?

The Fisher F19 and Fisher Goldbug Pro metal detectors are
highly capable devices, and similar in nature. Their primary difference lies in
their intended use and is reflected by the stock coils that come with each

- The Fisher Goldbug Pro is equipped with a 5" DD coil,
which is well-suited for gold prospecting. This coil's smaller size allows for
better sensitivity to smaller gold nuggets and targets in highly mineralized

 - The Fisher F19 comes with a 5x10" DD coil, making it
more suitable for relic hunting. The larger coil provides better ground
coverage and depth for locating historical artifacts and relics.

 So, the choice between the Fisher F19 and Fisher Goldbug Pro
primarily depends on your specific metal detecting needs, whether it's gold
prospecting or relic hunting. With that being said, you can always purchase an
accessory coil 5”DD for the F19 for gold prospecting or a 5x10”DD for the
Fisher Goldbug for relic and coin hunting.