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    • By cjc
      The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide
      Clive James Clynick is the author of some 22 previous detector “how-to” manuals, numerous articles and product reviews. In this detailed and informative book he explains the Minelab Equinox’s ground breaking technology and how it can help you to find treasure. Topics include:
      • Using Theory and Basic Skills to Improve Your Accuracy
      • Depth and Target Acquisition.
      • Applying the Equinox’s Strengths to Your Sites.
      • Using the Equinox’s Target Information to Learn Problem Targets.
      • Methods and Applications: Creating Custom Search Modes.
      • Across-Frequency Target Testing.
      • Salt Water Stabilization.
      …and much more…
      (Softbound 101 pgs. $16.95)
      Ordering: http://clivesgoldpage.com/

    • By steveg
      Hi all! 
      I wanted to share the news that Equinox lower rods are now finally “in production,” and at this point will be a permanent “for sale” product offering.  This is the “for sale” ad that I’ve been promising for a few weeks now!
      That’s the good news.  The bad news is, my “pre-order” list grew so rapidly AFTER I had ordered the first batch of parts, that it quickly became apparent that I did NOT order enough parts to meet initial demand.  As I am now working through the “wait list” in order, I can confirm that all 20 of the rods in the first “batch” are either already sold and shipped, or else are “spoken for” by folks who had been waiting to see if there would be any rods left when I got to their “place in line.”
      I have placed another order for parts, which I expect to arrive in about 2 ½ weeks.  So, my next batch of rods will be available within a couple of days thereafter – my estimate being the first week to 10 days of November.  I am working hard to sort out the “demand vs. inventory” issue, so that I can get to the place where I know how many rod parts I need to order, and how frequently, so that I’m “caught up,” and achieve the desired situation where I always have rods “in stock.”  Until I reach that point, I humbly ask for everyone’s patience and understanding!
      With all that out of the way, the introductory sale price on the rods, for forum members, is $58 plus shipping (usually $8 for U.S. Priority/insured), so expect a price of $66 per rod in most cases.  I can ship to Canada as well, for about $36, so the total price would be $94 for Canadian residents.
      If you are interested in a rod, please contact me, and I’ll include you on the list for the next batch of rods.
      Thanks for your interest, and your patience while I get the “supply and demand” issues figured out!
      Finally, I also continue to sell CTX 3030 rods, for anyone interested or in need of those.
    • By Brian Berkhahn
      Looking for an EQ600? -  649.00 plus free shipping.
      I also have a few EQ800's in stock too - 899.00
    • By Gerry in Idaho
      I have a small supply of new in box EQ-600's & 800's and also have the Minelab 100% Waterproof headphones.  No sales of the WP headphones alone until supplies get caught up.  If you are interested in the detectors and or detectors with WP Phones, contact Gerry's Detectors in Idaho.