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This is on the Minelab website, not much there now, but I am sure this is where the official release info will appear. They have the page up so it will embed into Google searches, and since it is Minelab, the page should get top ranking soon.

https://www.minelab.com/usa/metal-detectors/gpx-6000

Minelab GPX 6000 Data & Reviews

Minelab GPX 6000 Accessories and Spare Parts

Minelab GPX 6000 Owner’s Manual

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The Fastest, Lightest, and Simplest Way to Find More Gold
New Minelab GPX 6000 makes any prospector an expert gold detector, employing new technology to find all gold in all soils all the time. Source: Minelab Electronics 


Adelaide, Australia, April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Finding gold beneath the ground isn’t easy, even for the most experienced detectorists. Why? Because challenging and diverse soil conditions can create a variety of complex ground signals that often confuse current gold-detecting technologies… as well as the detectorists interpreting them.

MinelabTM, the global leader in metal-detecting technology, repeatedly stakes its reputation on delivering solutions to the complex problems that get in the way of making more discoveries. Within the realm of gold hunting – from the tiniest flakes to the heaviest nuggets – the search just got faster, lighter, and simpler than ever, with the announcement of the all-new Minelab GPX 6000TM smart, all-gold detector, powered by new Geo-Sense-PITM technology.

GeoSense-PI (Pulse Induction) technology precisely analyzes gold signals while eliminating ground signals, allowing both beginning and expert nugget hunters to hear all gold pieces clearly. GeoSense-PI technology responds to ground signals with great clarity and precision, accurately isolating and reporting gold signals in the most difficult environments – even those once considered undetectable. It rapidly suppresses unwanted signals via three overlapping feedback systems for superfast detection of all gold pieces, placing anyone swinging the GPX 6000 completely in tune with the piece of Earth they’re hunting.

The new Minelab GPX 6000 is the fastest, lightest, and simplest way to find all types of gold in one machine. With automatic features and an easy-to-use interface, the GPX 6000 is ready to find gold from the moment it’s switched on. And because GeoSense-PI continuously adapts to changing soil conditions during use, there’s no need to adjust any settings; simply swing the detector and find gold.

Detect longer and remain more comfortable with premium ergonomics that contribute to a lighter swing. Weighing a feathery 2.1 kg (4.6 lbs), the new Minelab GPX 6000 incorporates serious features like carbon fiber shafts, a streamlined and intuitive control box, signature U Flex™ armrest, and a new Li-Ion quick-release rechargeable battery. Delivering up to eight hours of operation on a single charge, the new, lightweight battery design ensures the GPX 6000 won’t give up the hunt before you do.

The GPX 6000 includes a versatile 11″ Monoloop coil for an ideal balance between ground coverage and pinpointing small gold pieces, as well as a larger 14″ Double-D coil to detect gold accurately in the saltiest of environments. Both included coils are waterproof to 1 m/3 ft. For even more versatility, the new GPX 6000 is also compatible with Minelab’s GPX 17TM, 17” x 13” elliptical Monoloop coil (not included).

The Minelab GPX 6000’s rainproof LCD user interface is backlit for high-contrast viewing in a variety of conditions and allows easy control of user-selectable functions and modes.

Like other proven and trusted Minelab detectors, the new GPX 6000 is both durable and reliable. Tested in the harsh environments of gold fields worldwide, the GPX 6000 can withstand both extreme heat and heavy rains. Evidence of such comes in the form of a 3-year warranty backed by Minelab’s global support.

MINELAB GPX 6000 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS

  • Key Technologies: GeoSense-PITM / Bluetooth® / aptXTM Low Latency
  • User-Selectable Difficult (default) and Normal Search Modes
  • User-Selectable EMI Cancel (default) and Conductive Ground Cancel Double-D Modes
  • User-Selectable Auto and Manual (Quick-Trak) Ground Balance
  • User-Selectable Auto (on start-up) and Manual (as needed – 5 s duration) Noise Cancel
  • User-Selectable Manual (levels 1-10), Auto (level 11) and Auto+ (level 12) Sensitivity
  • On/Off Threshold Tone Setting
  • 5 Volume Levels
  • Operating Frequency: 1.225 kHz
  • Operating Temperature Range: −10°C to +50°C (+14°F to +122°F)
  • Storage Temperature Range: −20°C to +70°C (−4°F to +158°F)
  • Length: 155 cm/61 in Extended and 67 cm/26.5 in collapsed
  • Weight: 2.1kg (4.6 lbs)
  • Display: Monochrome LCD with Backlight
  • Audio Output: Built-in Loudspeaker, Wired 3.5 mm (1/8”) Headphone, or Bluetooth® Wireless (aptXTM Low Latency)
  • Splash / Rain Proof

MINELAB GPX 6000: INCLUDED IN THE BOX

  • GPX 6000, Smart, All-Gold Detector
  • GPX 11 11″ Round Monoloop Coil (waterproof to 1 m/3 ft)
  • GPX 14 14″ Round Double-D Coil (waterproof to 1 m/3 ft)
  • Quick-Release, Rechargeable 5833 mAh Li-Ion Battery
  • Charger — AC Mains Plug Pack Charger
  • Battery Charging Cable — Crocodile Clip Cable for Vehicles
  • ML 100 Wireless Bluetooth® Headphones with Detachable Cable and USB Charging Cable

“Put simply, the new GPX 6000 turns everyone into a gold-detecting expert,” says Philip Beck, Minelab General Manager Engineering and Operations. “Minelab’s GeoSense-PI technology does the hard work of eliminating ground noise and highlighting targets, allowing the prospector to swing, listen, and find gold. We’ve also made sure that the GPX 6000 is a joy to use; it’s an incredibly lightweight gold detector that helps gold hunters spend more time pursuing their passion with less fatigue.”

The new Minelab GPX 6000 smart, all-gold detector will be available at Minelab dealers worldwide beginning in April of 2021. MSRP is $5,999 USD. Join the conversation on social media at @minelabdetecting and @minelabmetaldetectors, or learn more at minelab.com.

ABOUT MINELAB:

Minelab is an Australian, multi-award-winning business that has successfully scaled world markets to command global leadership in its key areas of operation. Based in Mawson Lakes, South Australia, with regional offices in Cork, Ireland, Dubai, UAE, Chicago, U.S., and Itajai, Brazil the company specializes in advanced electronic technologies. Since its origins in 1985, Minelab has been the world leader in providing metal detecting technologies for gold prospecting, treasure hunting and landmine clearance. Through devotion to research and development and innovative design, Minelab is today the major world manufacturer of handheld metal detector products. Over the past 30 years, Minelab has introduced more innovative and practical technology than any of its competitors and has taken the metal detecting industry to new levels of excellence. Minelab is a Codan Limited company (ASX: “CDA”). To learn more about Minelab, visit minelab.com.

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The 6000 does what the 5000 can do depth wise on larger gold even slightly better, but what’s the point of providing it that way to the market when there is already something much better out there for

Minelab is basically just trying to create their own social media. That's what "detexperts" are, and that's why they are choosing their own no-name relic hunting channels to give exclusive looks into

I think these pictures sum up the GPX 6000 very concisely and also how I feel about those people who continue to suggest my input is biased or just marketing hype!! Tiny piece at stupid depth for

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Steve, I've been visiting that page religiously every day for awhile now, in rapt anticipation.😀

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5 minutes ago, Lunk said:

Steve, I've been visiting that page religiously every day for awhile now, in rapt anticipation

We can try to bribe JP. If everyone chips in $10 for the full specs, maybe he gets weak? 😉 Just kidding of course.

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Dose anyone know what the price of this metal Dect in other countries it all ready out I was one of the people how pay full price on the 7000 then they drop it 2500 do you think they will do this again to us or can we buy it out her counties to save some money and not get the shaft 

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If it is out in other countries you should be able to find websites with prices. As far as I know, that is not the case. Just because some people leaked a peek at a couple demo units does not mean detectors are in stock and being sold.

I’d be surprised at any price decrease in a detector that I guess will be in short supply for a year at least. Africa will probably suck these things up like a vacuum cleaner.

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(giant vacuum cleaner sounds coming from Africa)

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13 hours ago, Dances With Doves said:

Hi Steve.Do you know how many   people in Africa use a metal detector in   Africa for their lively hood. 

No. But these links and map should help. Look at Codan (Minelab) sales in Africa relative to everywhere else.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artisanal_mining

https://www.theigc.org/blog/west-africas-artisanal-gold-mining-sector-an-overlooked-driver-of-development/

From this thread (Minelab Global Sales Breakdown):

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Scuttlebutt here says that the release for actual sale is still 6+ weeks away and price will be AU$8K!!!! 3.5 ounces of gold to pay it off.....however, performance is touted as 'astounding'. So theoretically, talented, professional and experienced operators should be able to achieve this without too much effort. 

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