New Fisher Impulse Gold coming soon

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I just started this thread to see if anyone has heard anything about this new land gold machine. Same people in Europe working on this one as the Impulse AQ.
 
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It's still in the engineering phase the last I heard. The Impulse AQ limited beach machine turned out to be over-hyped and kind of a flop. The discrimination claims they made from lab tests just don't live up to the reality of hunting in the REAL world. Sure, it goes deep, but, most PI machines do. It has some good designs, but, also some bad.....with several failures due to poorly engineered parts. Hopefully the full production version has all the bugs worked out, and they get the AQ gold produced also. It can't hurt us users to have more competition to keep prices down and quality up.
 
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It's still in the engineering phase the last I heard. The Impulse AQ limited beach machine turned out to be over-hyped and kind of a flop. The discrimination claims they made from lab tests just don't live up to the reality of hunting in the REAL world. Sure, it goes deep, but, most PI machines do. It has some good designs, but, also some bad.....with several failures due to poorly engineered parts. Hopefully the full production version has all the bugs worked out, and they get the AQ gold produced also. It can't hurt us users to htave more competition to keep prices down and quality up.
Did you get to use the Impulse AQ? I haven't heard much about it lately. I sure hope they get it worked out soon. They get the Impulse Gold out I will consider buying one even if I have to put it on credit like my last detector. LOL
 

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Did you get to use the Impulse AQ? I haven't heard much about it lately. I sure hope they get it worked out soon. They get the Impulse Gold out I will consider buying one even if I have to put it on credit like my last detector. LOL
I still have the Impulse AQ limited......and it lives up to it's name.....Limited. About the only time I use it is at a clean beach with deep targets. It's no fun to use anywhere else. There's all sorts of good gold machines out there, so, don't let a delay in getting an Impulse Gold stop you. Take a look at a Gold Monster or 24K if you can't afford a GPX6000. The Equinox 800 is not too shabby either, and there's always the good old Gold Bug 2.
 
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Sound like you need one of those baby backhoes. LOL Just curious, does it pick up too much iron?
 

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Yup, most everything sounds good. Bobby pins at 18" is a pain!
 
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Ouch! Pretty good book on deciphering PI signals
"Pulsepower" on Clivesgoldpage.com
 

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