- Manufacturer: Fisher (USA)
- Model: Gemini 3
- Type: deep detector
- Rating (owner reviews): ★★★★★
- Display: No
- Technology: VLF
- Frequency: 81,92 kHz
- VDI / Numerical Target-ID: No
- Manual ground balance: No
- Automatic ground balance: No
- Noise cancel: No
- Sound, tones: 1
- Adjusting the volume: No
- Pinpoint: No
- Using headphones: Yes
- Search coil:
- Batteries: 16x AA
- Weight: 3,2 kg
- Length (min/max): 125 cm
The Fisher Gemini 3 is a professional deep-seeking metal detector designed to locate large, deep objects which are inaccessible for usual detectors, and herewith to ignore small targets. Therefore the finds for this deep-seeking machine start with the sizes like a bayonet or a helmet and it will be able to detect them at depth of 4 meters. The entire specific character of deep search is taken into account in the construction of the Fisher Gemini 3.
The electronic circuitry of the device is based on VLF technology, the operating frequency is 81.92 kHz. The metal detector is easy to assemble, has a signal strength indicator in the form of an arrow and a potentiometer for sensitivity adjustment. The sensitivity is adjusted in the range of 0-10. A 1-tone audio response is applied for indicating a find. The detector has a 6.35mm headphone jack.
The power supply is 16 AA batteries – 8 for Receiver and 8 for Transmitter. The size of the detector is 125cm. The weight of the Fisher Gemini 3 (assembled) is 3.2kg.
HI CAN YOU TELL ME THE PRICE PER UNIT ? AND HOW CAN A BUYER TRUST THIS PRODUCT ? IS ANY RESULTS OR SOME OTHER EVIDENCE TO CONVINCE HIM THAT THIS PRODUCT IS EFFECTIVE ? PLEASE ANSWER ME TO THANK YOU .
I just bought Gemini 3 and try it out side in free metal ground im trying since four days to get silent the null meter reading but i cant i push the knob and done evry thing written in the manual book but i just cant get this zero point, it always make loud voice could it be malfunction or problem from the manufacturer ? im very disappointed please advice me how to reach the zero silent point to start my narrow searching mode ?
You can use your Fisher Gemini 3 only 150km/miles from the nearest source of EMI.
In practice it means that you can use it only on uninhabited island in the center of
hello sir, does the gimini can detect up 50 feet deep?
No, it can detect only up to 5 feet deep!