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  1. White's Electronics full line color catalog for 2018 Download Here
  2. Tom you may have posted one time or another but if you did I didn’t see it. Just checking up on you and White’s to see if any new detector coming that you could talk about? Right now on this part of the forum I’ve seen more goings on in a Funeral Home than here . I’d even listen to a lie if you can make it sound believable. Hope all is well with you and don’t be a stranger.. Remember you don’t have to be selling something to say hello. Chuck
  3. In celebration of Father’s Day, we (Minelab) have a great competition for all the wonderful Dads out there! To support our Minelab fathers, we want to hear about your family experiences detecting. You could win a USD $500 Minelab voucher and backpack filled with Minelab accessories! Enter here: https://www.minelab.com/father-s-day-competition-2018 This competition will run from June 12th to June 26th. Terms and conditions apply.
  4. has anyone heard about when the 2nd wave of shipments is coming? Seems like all the folks that were going to get one on round 1 have all gotten their detectors. When can we expect round 2 to happen?
  5. The Garrett Searcher Best Of 2017 Part 1 17 page pdf (5.93 MB)
  6. The new Fisher F-Pulse and Teknetics Tek-Point pinpointer are the same basic unit - the F-Pulse is red and the Tek-Point is green. First Texas is giving away a free F-Pulse and a free Tek-Point each month until the promotion ends. Details from facebook/YouTube below. May Fisher F-Pulse Giveaway! May is our first month of giving away one F-Pulse pinpointer to a lucky winner. We will be doing this on the 15th of EVERY month!!! But be sure to act quickly as the contest will be over and a winner will be selected on the 18th! How to Enter? There are 2 ways to enter or you can do both for more chances. Option 1. Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/FisherResearchLabs - Subscribe to SouthernDiggers YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHYTOnxvMhgQLU483YWte2w - Leave a comment on SouthernDiggers video on YouTube. Option 2. Like this post and leave a comment on this post. Please consider liking our page and sharing this post, however it is not necessary to enter. This contest is open worldwide. Good luck!!! May Teknetics Tek-Point Giveaway! May is our first month of giving away oneTek-Point pinpointer to a lucky winner. We will be doing this on the 15th of EVERY month!!! But be sure to act quickly as the contest will be over and a winner will be selected on the 18th! How to Enter? There are 2 ways to enter or you can do both for more chances. Option 1. Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/TekneticsT2 - Subscribe to TheHunterGT's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/thehuntergt - Leave a comment on TheHunterGt's video on YouTube. Option 2. Like this post and leave a comment on this post. Please consider liking our page and sharing this post, however it is not necessary to enter. This contest is open worldwide. Good luck!!!
  7. Discover Magazine Some of you might remember a publication called "Discover" that White's Electronics used to publish. It featured customer finds, treasure stories, and all-around good info on metal detecting. Back in the 90's we stopped making it, much to the disappointment of some of our long-time customers. Well... we realized missed it too! So we're proud to announce the re-introduction of Discover magazine. As a part of our mailing list you have exclusive access to a free digital copy, which you can read online, print out, and share as you see fit. Get your free copy here. We'll try and send one out every 2 months. Thanks for supporting an American brand, and know that we will always have your back as a valued customer. This publication is just one small thing we can do to show our appreciation! Discover Magazine May/June 2018 Discover Magazine March/April 2018 Discover Magazine January/February 2018 Discover Magazine November/December 2017 Discover Magazine September/October 2017 Discover Magazine July/August 2017 Discover Magazine May/June 2017 Discover Magazine March/April 2017 Discover Magazine January/February 2017 Sincerely, White's Electronics
  8. I didn’t see any Makro or Nokta metal detectors and that is what I was hoping to see. I guess the problem is that lack of dealers in the USA. Just maybe over time this will not be the case. I think it would be good for the customer if we had more competition. It would have the effect of a better product and a better competitive price. Don’t miss understand me I don’t want something for nothing. I’m willing to pay the price for top quality detectors. Chuck
  9. http://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?p=2940124#post2940124
  10. 2018 Official Minelab X-TERRA Competition Win the ultimate metal detecting pack! Simply tell us in 30 words or less: What got you into metal detecting? Submit your answer and contact information and you could be the lucky winner of one X-TERRA 505 and a backpack filled with accessories. This competition ends on the 25th of April, 2018. For terms and conditions and to enter the contest visit the Minelab website.
  11. Got a email from Keene saying their new catalog going to printers and will have a price increase when it comes out. So if you want to take advantage of the old price you better order now. This is just a FYI . Chuck
  12. We have a recreation/sports park about two miles from my house that is tucked away in the back of a housing area, off the main road, and with no signs indicating the park is there to traffic. It consists of a soccer field, baseball field, roller hockey rink, playground, and paved bike/walking paths. When I first found it, I immediately thought it might be possible that this park may have been overlooked by MD'ers, since most of them work the beaches and the VERY public parks. This was an opportunity to test my newly acquired Equinox knowledge. My hunch turned out to be correct! VIRGIN! I have only worked less than 5% of the park, mostly around the playground, and the pull was fantastic, with about 50% of the finds less than 2" underground. I worked it for about three hours, and seriously got tired going up and down on my knees! This is a coinshooter's dream... No silver, and copper pennies back to 1964, but target after target after target! Biggest surprise was the Nox's absolute accuracy on dimes. 95% of the time I saw solid, static 25 on the TID, it was a dime...and a lot of them. Very VERY pleased with the Nox, and the 800 I will receive at some point will only make it better! N,D,Q's all clad, so after checking key dates, tumbled. Dimes were smacked at 25 down to as low as 8". Pennies ranged from 21-25. Quarters at 28-29 and nickels came in at 13. Park 2, GB, Sens 22 and then down to 15 when she started chattering badly, recovery max, notched out all below 12 and 14 (which was verified for tabs). The all-metal pump procedure was fantastic for ID'ing junk. Also, single frequency look on suspicious targets was effective. Not shown are the 32 pennies, of which only 8 were zincolns. The four 1982 pennies were all 3.11g coppers as well. Totals: Quarters - 17 (earliest 1972) Dimes - 34 (Earliest 1966) Nickels - 4 Pennies - 32 (Earliest 1964) Half of a broken junk metal bracelet Cloth backed and rotting CZ bracelet Going to work that park to death in the coming days, weeks, and months!
  13. Anderson Carbon Shafts now makes them for the Gold Monster and the Equinox. These are premium quality shafts, extremely light and strong. You can swing all day with these. I am expecting a shipment soon, please PM me if interested. Rege
  14. Hello everybody!! I don't know whether anybody is planning to travel across the ocean but if you are, come and meet us at Detectival 2018!
  15. Although there are very few of us Kiwi's roaming around Steve's forum I am hoping some other kiwi's may find this report on Google Searching for "Minelab Service Center New Zealand" when and if they're unlucky and their detector develops a fault. It may also introduce them to the forum so it's a win win then I first contacted the service center about a week before sending my detector in to them via email asking what I should do with my detector, they advised me to just send it in with a fault description, return address and a copy of the invoice. I hadn't filled out that online minelab warranty registration thing when I got my detector, I didn't even know I needed to until kiwijw mentioned it to me when I was talking to him about my faulty Monster while we were out detecting. They fortunately never mentioned the online registration and it didn't appear to matter to them in any way, they just went by the invoice. I emailed them back to clarify if I needed to send the entire thing in, or just the control unit as it's the part with the fault, they replied within 20 or so minutes saying just the control unit and battery will do. I was a little concerned they would return my unit with no fault found after hearing John's story about the time he sent his detector over to the Service Center in Australia prior to the NZ one opening. I believe it's only been open a few months. They returned his with a no fault found on the problem he was reporting to them. My fault was the Internal speaker was quieter than it was when I first bought it, I thought it was quite significantly quieter but maybe I'm fussy. I compared in a side by side comparison with John's on our last detecting adventure and I felt it was about half the volume of his. I posted it overnight shipping on the 3rd, they got it on the 4th at about 10am according to the tracking number, I received an email from the service center at about 10.45am saying it's booked into their system and they wanted me to reply to the email if the fault description differs from the one I provided when posting it, or my phone number or address was wrong on the booking form. All was well so I left it as is. Today the 6th at 2pm a courier is knocking on my door with a box in his hands, it was my beloved Gold Monster 1000, I quickly assembled it and BOOM, the sound roared out, like the first time I used it. I read their paperwork, it said they repaired the speaker assembly. Just as I expected, a speaker fault. In the details report they recieved it on the 4th, fixed it on the 5th and sent it out on the 5th in the afternoon, I received it on the 6th at 2pm. That is fantastic service. I am in a rural location so overnight shipping to me often takes two days, but not with their courier, it was overnight from 600 km's away. Minelab New Zealand Service Center A & E Electronics   Address: Level 1, 184 Shaw Ave, New Brighton, Christchurch 8083 Phone: 03-372 1213
  16. http://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=258999
  17. Just a reminder. Minelab USA offers a 15% discount on any Minelab metal detector from the MAP (minimum advertised price) to U.S. active or honorably discharged members of the military. Proof of past or active service is required and must be verified by providing a copy of a DD 214 or Military ID to qualify. The discount applies only to a metal detector purchase - parts and accessories do not qualify. This discount is not available in conjunction with other special promotions or individual dealer concessions. With discount the $899 Equinox 800 is only $764.15. The Minelab GPZ 7000, normally $7999, ends up being $6799.15, a savings of $1199.85
  18. SOUTH AUSTRALIA MANUFACTURING FIRM RAIDED BY FEDERAL TASKFORCE Adelaide - A South Australian manufacturing company, located in Adelaide, was raided on Friday afternoon by an Australian Federal Police Taskforce, executing a search warrant issued on behalf of the National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme. (NICNAS). Minelab Metal Detectors, a unit of Codan Industries, was the subject of the Taskforce Crackdown on Illegal Industrial Chemical Importation. A Police spokesperson stated that information had been developed that indicated that the company had been illegally importing a dangerous chemical used in strengthening plastics, named Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), from Indonesia. Multiple 500 liter drums of the substance were confiscated during the raid. DBP is listed by NICNAS a having an "Absolute Prohibition", and not allowed to be imported under any circumstances. Minelab was ordered to shut down all production facilities pending the final outcome of the investigation. Employees were all released. Two senior executives of the company are being held pending an initial bond hearing No court date has yet been set, as the Taskforce and Federal Law Enforcement agencies continue to develop charges. Codan company Managing Director and CEO Donald McGurk stated that the company intends to cooperate and assist the government with their investigation, and hopes to minimize the impact on the subordinate unit, its employees, and customers. NICNAS helps protect the Australian people and the environment by assessing the risks of industrial chemicals and providing information to promote their safe use. Their focus is the industrial use of chemicals. This covers a broad range of chemicals used in inks, plastics, adhesives, paints, glues, solvents, cosmetics, soaps and many other products. ---31 March 2018 by April Sankowsky APRIL FOOLS!!!! Gotcha! ,
  19. Clay Diggins

    Apologies

    Land Matters is going through growing pains. The Land Matters website volume has been doubling every two weeks. A month ago there were usually 35 - 50 people making maps at any given time day or night. Now there are around 200 - 250 people creating maps at the same time. That's a much bigger load on our servers and resulted in some stress on the mapping system. That's led to some glitches. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. We are actively "tuning" our servers to deliver more maps for more people. The system is running much smoother now but with continued tuning there will be occasional slowdowns, it's unavoidable but we will try to keep any disruptions to a minimum. We like it that more people are discovering Land Matters every day. We are setting up the Land Matters servers to handle a lot more traffic now so we won't be having problems in the future. Please bear with us over the next week or two as we build a faster more responsive website for you.
  20. Dear Valued Members,For those who are curious about our company and team, here is a video about Nokta & Makro Detectors, enjoy! Dilek GonulaySales & Marketing Manager
  21. This is the 3rd year we're doing this, and the tokens this year are huge, thick collectible ones worth $25 for the silver and $100 for the gold. Details here: https://www.whiteselectronics.com/whites-easter-egg-hunt-2018/?lang=us
  22. Fskafish

    New Tesoro

    Thought id ask tesoro fans if theyve heard of any new just gotta have one tesoros that may be coming out soon?
  23. vive equinox

    No Equinox In France?

    Today all the land had receive some equinox except France. Anyone have an idea ? why zéro units have France and we dont know a date when when we Will receive the first equinox
  24. Over on MD-Hunter is talking about a detector that Tom Boykin is testing in Brazil . It will look like the MX 7 but in a different color and higher frequency. It shows a picture but you really can’t see much. I can’t see why all the way to Brazil when I do believe he could have found gold here. I just don’t understand why White’s Don’t call me anymore.haha Chuck
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