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Metal Detector Fisher CZ-21 Land or in Water 76м.

Metal detector CZ-21 Quick Silver – Premium Underwater Detector Whether it be Dry Land,
Saltwater or Fresh Water, the CZ-21 Delivers.

Saltwater or Fresh Water

Submersible up to 250 feet

Dual Frequency Fourier Domain Signal Analysis

Touch-Button., VCO no Motion, Precise Pinpointing

Easy Manual Ground Balance

High Performance in Mineralized Soil

All-Metal Auto-Tune Mode

Large Target Alert / Faint Target Audio Boost

3-Tone Audio Target ID

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Metal detector CZ-21 Quick Silver – Premium Underwater Detector Whether it be Dry Land,
Saltwater or Fresh Water, the CZ-21 Delivers.

Saltwater or Fresh Water

Submersible up to 250 feet

Dual Frequency Fourier Domain Signal Analysis

Touch-Button., VCO no Motion, Precise Pinpointing

Easy Manual Ground Balance

High Performance in Mineralized Soil

All-Metal Auto-Tune Mode

Large Target Alert / Faint Target Audio Boost

3-Tone Audio Target ID

Removable Control Housing for Belt Mount

8” and 10” Coil Options – choose down

Operating Frequency: 5 and 15 kHz

unit on and, if turned past 5, activates the Faint Target Audio Boost which
amplifies weaker signals from smaller or deeper targets while holding the
response to larger targets constant. Many beach hunters have found deep,
valuable targets using this feature. The DISC control has seven distinct
settings, which allow the user to select both the level of discrimination to be
used as well as the operating mode to search in. Selecting a setting of ting Im a bit fanatical so when I announced I was
going up in a steady rain to test the CZ-21, I got little more than a
questioning glance and the comment Dinner will be ready in a few hours. With a
steady rain for the past few days, I figured the conditions would be a good test
of how the detector performed at a land site. I had permission to hunt a wooded
area that had a few old foundations scattered about and that was where I headed.
Opting for the target-ID search mode, I set the DISCRIMINATE control to 0,
SENSITIVITY to 9 and quickly ground balanced the CZ-21. Signals were plentiful;
however, most were iron and were easily identifiable by their audio response. A
mid-tone signal surrounded by low-tone iron signals near a large tree sounded
promising. Clicking the DISCRIMINATE knob to 1, the iron signals were rejected
yet the mid-tone signal still came through. This was a good sign that, when
using iron-elimination, very few good signals would be missed due to masking.
The signal turned out to be a flat button from the early 1800s. The pinpoint
mode worked extremely well and the VCO audio allowed me to zero in on signals
with a high degree of precision. Two hours in the pouring rain produced several
keepers, including two more buttons, a copper disc which may have been a coin, a
few round balls and a silver plated spoon from depths up to 10 inches. The next
site I visited was actually a water sitean informal swimming area on a lake
about 35 miles away. Unlike many of these types of beaches, this one was not
littered with trash, which made hunting enjoyable rather than a chore. The sand
/ mud allowed targets to sink quickly, so I was hoping the CZ-21 could pull more
targets from areas my partner and I had already searched. Wanting maximum
detection depth, I opted to search in AutoTune. Setting the SENSITIVITY at 10
and ground balancing, I waded into the water. Based on the chatter, it was clear
that 10 was too high and dropping it to 8 produced stable operation. Signals
were fairly plentiful and coins that had clearly been there for years turned up
on a consistent basis. A useful trick when hunting in AutoTune is to click the
DISCRIMINATE knob into the 0 position when a target is detected to take
advantage of the audio target ID system. Many of the targets I recovered were in
the 8 to 10 range and produced solid, repeatable signals. The day before this
report was due I was able to return to the beach and strap on my Scuba gear to
see what was out past where the bottom dropped off. Collapsing the shaft made it
the ideal length for diving without the need to remove portions of the shaft, as
many other dive detectors require. Dropping to the bottom, I checked my depth
gauge and saw 25. Volume was more than adequate to be heard over the bubbles
from the regulator and I picked up a nice pile of targets during my dive,
including a 14KT gold mans ring with 13 diamonds (OK, real small diamonds). The
on-line version of this report contains additional field test data as well as
more technical information on the detector itself. Summary: Theres an old adage
that says If it aint broke, dont fix it and, in the case of the CZ-21, the
engineers at First Texas kept that in mind as they brought out this latest
addition to the Quicksilver line. The redesigned faceplate with the new pinpoint
button, a new gasket system, and improved circuit board protection are built on
a proven design that works better than its predecessor. To repeat what I said
about the CZ-20 in my original field test, the CZ-21 is truly a detector that
performs just as well submerged in saltwater as it will in a fresh water lake, a
schoolyard, park, battlefield or mineralized ghost town. If you are looking for
a single detector that will provide above-average performance in a wide variety
of applications regardless of the weather conditions, the Fisher CZ-21
definitely fits the bill. When the CZ-21 was first introduced, there was a
manufacturing glitch that resulted in a number of units being released that
would not ground balance properly and these units were recalled and repaired.
Thanks to the Internet, word quickly spread about the problem with the new CZ-21
and some would-be buyers shied away. In talking to First Texas, this issue was
corrected many months ago and all of the CZ-21s being shipped are functionally
tested and checked by a QC group before they leave the factory. The build
quality of my CZ-21 was first rate and, with a bit of care, will easily be in
use a decade from now. The CZ-21 metal detector comes with a limited 2-year
warranty, which is on par or better than other underwater detectors on the
market, showing that the factory is confident that it will hold up under
virtually any condition one might use it in. A padded, lockable hard-sided
carrying case is available as an option for added protection.

 

Be sure to mention you read about the CZ-21 in Lost Treasure Magazine.

 

 

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Fisher

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Weight 3.00 kg

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