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The great fisher 1265 x


Well-known member
Too many discount the older machines as to being worthless without the bells and whistles................your video proves otherwise.
Still like my 1265X, even though I have not used it for a couple of years.


New member
The 1265x is a great classic detector. Fisher was way ahead of the competition at the time. Over the years I have owned the 1265x, 1266x, 1270x, and 1280x. One of the huge draws for me when they came out was the grip and armrest design. Most detectors back then had a simple handle over the control box which led to wrist fatigue and blisters after a couple hours of use. I still have a 1280x which is basically the same technology in a waterproof package.