Every day, bodies of water around the globe are used for recreational purposes, to supply food and drinking water to the growing population, to help stock our natural resource supplies, and to provide a natural habitat for marine life. Sometimes these very same “friendly” waters take valued possessions from people or are used to discard evidence from a crime scene.
JW Fishers has been manufacturing hand held, underwater metal detectors for over 40 years and has been the equipment of choice for both law enforcement agencies and treasure hunters worldwide. The #1 rated Pulse 8X has been manufactured for over 25 years and is the “go to” tool when things go missing underwater. It’s wide variety of search coils, including two boat deployable coils, are easily interchangeable giving the end user complete control over their search. The SAR-1 was introduced to the market in January of 2017. This new metal detector was developed as a result of significant customer feedback and extensive product testing. This detector was specially designed for use by public safety dive teams, law enforcement agencies, and military units that need to locate metal objects in underwater environments with poor visibility. The SAR-1 alerts the operator to the presence of metal by vibration which is transmitted through the handle. In addition to vibration, the detector also has a high intensity LED display which is directly in front of the diver's face and easy to see in all conditions. It's snareless design with no external wires or cables, rugged construction, streamlined configuration, and bright yellow search coil help the operator find any target in ZERO visibility water!
A few other departments utilizing the Pulse 8X are the Wheeling Police Department in WV, the Wichita Falls Police Department in KS, Olmstead Sheriffs Dive Team in MN, Missouri State Water Patrol, Japan's National Police Agency, FBI teams, state police, and other dive teams across the globe.
Fishers’ products, please visit www.JWFishers.com or call toll free at (800) 822-4744.