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From https://www.xpmetaldetectors.com/metal-detector/gold-prospecting/



40 vortexes work together to capture gold via an innovative dynamic process that avoids aggregate saturation.

  1. Large Riffles
    Top zone designed for initial gold grain capture
    Allows a quick visual check of the potential of your gold field.
  2. Flow Control System & Collaborating Vortex
    3 vertical blades coupled with lateral constrictions
    Stabilise and accelerate water flow, improving dynamic vortex performances.



  • Ultra Light: 560 g. only
  • Compact design: Molded with precision in France
  • No mats, no screws : Saves time and efficiency in the field
  • XP BACKPACK 280 hook
  • Blue color : optimal contrast with the gold color


Take your gold hunting to the next level!

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Nice looking unit, but I wish they would have stated how much it costs.

Good information Steve thank you for posting it, I just have to track down the cost .

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It looks like it would work good when screened.  Light and portable.

I like plastic sluices from Europe.  I learned about these molded blue sluices from Sweden when I was a kid.

I know they haven’t been made for a while but they work great for fine gold.


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If you must sluice...I'm a BIG fan of all the Angus Mackirk drop riffle sluices....jmo

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I'm with oneguy on the MacKirk

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On 4/3/2021 at 7:50 AM, Valens Legacy said:

Nice looking unit, but I wish they would have stated how much it costs.

Good information Steve thank you for posting it, I just have to track down the cost .

it cost 60€ XP had a great idea, to produce this sluice. In EU and Italy there are only few model of sluice and they cost a lot. i wanted to buy it from the online store but is out of stock everywhere, i need to wait

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