By Rod K
What would be a Fair price for a nice GPX 4000 with control box cover, signal enhancer, 3 of the small batteries for use with enhancer and a charger, and 3 coils, a new 10" Commander DD, a 7"x14" Nugget finder mono, and a 6"x8" nugget finder mono? Thanks for any replies and info.
By Ramis bozo
Herkese merhaba. Şu anda minelab gpx 5000 kullanıyorum, ancak gpz 7000e'yi değiştirmek istiyorum ama nugget Hayır.Biz şimdi sadece sana sormak istediğim Bizans ve Roma parası var gpz 7000 Doğru seçim miydi?
"Hello to everyone. I am using minelab gpx 5000, but I want to change gpz 7000e, but nugget no. We just want to ask you now have Byzantine and Roman money gpz 7000 Was it the right choice?"
I'm sure this has been asked but do the serial # stickers really need to stay on the coil and detector and the ant fraud silver sticker on the bottom? I'll cover them with something if need be but it seems they'd soon be destroyed if not covered. I noticed i took a good nick out of the silver one on the bottom today and scratched the one on the coil already yesterday. good reason to get the aussi cover i guess.
Post any tips when switching coils or "going from mild to hot ground "or" Big coil 18 plus size" detector settings that need switching?
Or any thing else" that comes to mind?When operating the Minelab Gpx-4500/5000's...
The Guy's w/ the Zed's are the 1%.and deserve a $10g machine! I watched some "Aussies" $$$Payoff their Zedz in 90days! upon it first debut
..Im sure there's a "Bunch" of newbies' like"Me" out there/on here...that got into p/i/ during the last 24months.
Because we could finally $$$ afford to! And at $2600 for a gpx45! Thanks Minelab and Rob'sDetector's!
I "appreciate" all posts/responses I've Read thruout the "forum" archived¤t and take heart of "Everything" I can on these Great Machines!
And Feel Blessed" to be Carrying one! Just like my "Mates Down Under" Thanks!
Hot Ground Balance below;
I'm ready to buy my first detector and have narrowed the choice down to two. Mainly based on price but some advice could help point me in the right direction. My choices are the GPX 4500 & SDC 2300, within $100 of each other. Most of my hunting will be in the Golden Triangle of central Victoria, Australia. The GPX seems to be more versatile but the SDC appears to be easier to master. It appears both will find gold in the right hands so I suppose my quandary revolves around which one will give me the broadest chance to find gold in quantity and size.
Cheers in advance,