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ronniecruisin
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09 December 2019 10:57 pm

Hi. Has anyone got or used the 90s Fisher Impulse Detector???. Black case. Yellow facia. Dont think many were sold in Aus. I have heard they were difficult to operate but I would be interested to hear from anyone who may have used one. Saw a Utube video but cant find it again. It seemed to perform reasonably well from what I saw. I cant find much info regarding them on any Oz forum. Regards... Ron. cry


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mudgee hunter
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09 December 2019 11:58 pm

Do Fisher make such?

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ronniecruisin
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10 December 2019 10:50 am

If you type in fisher impulse for sale in a search engine or reviews you will see a review and picture of the machine from im assuming years a go. Price on the review is $700.


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ronniecruisin
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10 December 2019 10:51 am

The machine was a non motion pi detector and was discontinued by Fisher. Not sure when.


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ronniecruisin
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10 December 2019 10:56 am

Type in ... Metal detector reviews.net fisher Impulse and it should come up.


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grubstake
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10 December 2019 11:25 am

Looks nice and simple:1575937464_impulse1.jpg1575937481_impulse.jpg

Manual:
https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … manual.pdf


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ronniecruisin
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10 December 2019 03:01 pm

Yes. Apparently difficult to use though. Dont know if they would handle our ground too well but I wouldnt mind trying one out. Probably almost impossible to find now though. And I also heard there are no replacement parts for them either. argh


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grubstake
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10 December 2019 03:28 pm

The new French-designed Fisher Impulse PI detector should be here soon:
https://www.detectorprospector.com/meta … e-aq-r129/

1575952098_fisher-impulse-aq-control-panel.jpg


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ronniecruisin
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10 December 2019 10:10 pm

If anyone has an old one floating around gathering dust I would be interested as long as it still works. Old technology I know. I just like old machines. big_smile


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