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 My brothers members in this wonderful forum
Can you tell me where to buy X-Coils gpz7000
As well as patch cable gpz7000

They are better than coils 14

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1 hour ago, rasheede11 said:

 My brothers members in this wonderful forum
Can you tell me where to buy X-Coils gpz7000
As well as patch cable gpz7000

They are better than coils 14

G'day rasheede11

I am the person handling sales for the X-Coils for the GPZ7000, which country are you in.

I can get you the instructions to make a patch lead to run the X-Coil on the GPZ7000, or you can get someone to do the job for you.

To answer the last part, are the X-Coils better, I say yes they are, I have not used the GPZ14" coil for a long time now, and my favorite all round x-coil  that I like to use is the 17x12 spiral, but all the various sizes are very good.

The sizes are from 10" round, 12" round, 15" round, 17" round, and the 15x10 and the 17x12

cheers dave

 

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Thank you for your quick response
I am happy to deal with you
I am in Saudi Arabia
I have a transfer broker in Australia and elsewhere
But patch cable do not know how it is
  I watched video and photos
And I have no skill
  Welding of joints and wire
No one is doing this
I want a ready patch cable
How much size is better than coil and how much price

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G'day rasheede11

If you going detecting in the deserts of Saudi Arabia and the middle east deserts then the 17" spiral round X-Coil would be a very good choice to use.

Now about the patch lead, for me to fully organize one for you would involve me having to buy a new GPZ14" minelab coil and have the job done for you, which would be the cost of a new GPZ coil, $1200 AUD (Australian Dollars), plus the cost of the new, 17" X-Coil $1500 AUD (Australian Dollars) plus a couple of postage costs to have the patch lead made,  so as you can see all up costs are going to be around $2900 AUD

I can organize all of this but you must be aware of the total cost for this to happen.  Of course you will end up with two coils, the GPZ14" coil and the 17" spiral round X-Coil.

cheers dave

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Thank you for dealing well
Thank you for the answer
Sorry it seems expensive and I don't need 14 coils I have one
I will look for a coil cable that I may find damaged or broken and the cable will be intact

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please
Do a coil cable 14 gpz7000 
Enough  To make a correction x-coil

I want to ask you, you are an expert and a professor
What are the additions or steps
  Must be done in order to get
To more depth
For each of the detector gpz7000 and gpx5000

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Another possibility
We may choose x- coil round, 12 or 10 round,
In order for the cost to be lower
how much is it x- coil round, 12 or 10 round,
I like this coil
Is there a difference between him and Minelab 14

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You could look at buying a GPZ 19" coil second hand, a lot of people are always offloading them.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Minelab-GPZ-19-Super-D-Coil-for-MineLab-GPZ-7000-174566RM/153687475007?hash=item23c87cc33f:g:DFMAAOSwBw5dp8ug

Cheaper than the 14" and then once the coil cable is made at least you'll have a 19" coil as well, so not doubling up on coils.

 

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G'day rasheede11

The Russian manufacture has offered to make you a patch lead from your existing GPZ14" coil that you now have, you will need to send it to him to have the job done.  It will cost you postage to Russia and a small cost for the job, so a very good option.

This offer is in conjunction with the purchase of a new X-Coil, whichever one you decide on.  Your original GPZ14" coil and patch lead and X-Coil you purchase will be shipped to you at your address in the one package.

All the x-coils are the same price no matter which size.  All $1500 AUD (Australian Dollars) 

No, I am not an expert or anything, but I have been metal detecting for gold for about 15 years and have been using X-Coils on the GPZ7000 for well over one year.

cheers dave

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