Fisher F2 Metal Detector Reviews

Fisher F2 Metal Detector Reviews
  • Lightweight with 2.6 lbs or 1.2 kgs (including batteries)
  • Fast and sensitive target detection
  • Easy to setup
  • Simply to use
  • Coin depth indicator in motion search mode

Fisher F2 Videos

A video related to F2 Metal Detector Review

Another video with depth test for the Fisher F2

Please note that this is the model Fisher F2 and it’s not the same as the F22 version which is newer and has many other differences. Two different metal detectors from the same company with a good reputation.

Features of this model

  • 8-Segment visual Target Identification and 4-tone audio ID
  • Fast and sensitive target detection
  • 2-digit numeric target value
  • One-touch pinpoint with numeric depth readout
  • Coin depth indicator in motion search mode
  • 8” concentric searchcoil
  • Lightweight, only 2.6lbs or 1.2kgs (including batteries)
  • Ergonomic S-Handle design
  • Notch system for accepting or rejecting target categories
  • Includes two 9 volt alkaline batteries
  • Operating frequency: 5.9 kHz

Fisher F2 Manual Download Link

Download PDF Here for the Fisher F2

Fisher F2 Customer Reviews

Fisher F2 Control Panel

Close up view of the control panel of the Fisher F2

We do not own this particular model from Fisher, but we found out different opinions all over the web and we wanted to create a summary of what we found out.
If you own a Fisher F2 or have previously then please if you would be kind enough leave a review in the comment box and we will be sure to feature it on this page.

Customers like that it’s simple to use, here’s one review from a popular website:

I have taken mine out several times now, and it never fails to deliver. Nothing bad to say about it!Derek C.
I have owned several metal detectors through years: White’s, Garrett, Bounty Hunter, Fisher and Tesoro. This is one of the best values out there.Greg W.

Fisher F2 Pros & Cons


  • Easy to use and to setup
  • Waterproof display
  • Good detection range
  • Never fails to deliver
  • Very light


  • Not that easy to distinguish between cans and nickels
  • Worthless in sand


I’m one of the founders of this blog. A 32 yr old from Lincolnshire & proud father of 3 beautiful children. My first metal detector was a garret ace 150 but I am currently using the Garrett ace 400i. My best find was a roman coin. Feel free to ask me any questions.

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