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GPZ 7000 Now Coming With Free GPZ 19 Coil

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14 hours ago, phrunt said:

It's got to the point now especially with all the extras it's cheaper for me to fly to USA for a week holiday to buy a GPZ than buy one locally.  They advertised $399 NZD ($274 USD) flights to Hawaii the other day.  Oh if only I could spare the dough.  Don't be surprised if I'm knocking on your door one day Gerry :laugh:

Yer...postage to NZ is crazy over the top. Even from Australia but even worse from the States. Trouble too is import duty & 15% GST when it arrives in the country on not just the purchase cost of the item but including the postage as well. Sucks.

JW

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1 hour ago, Gerry in Idaho said:

USA Dealer are not allowed to ship outside of the US as per our contract.

Good to know, thanks Gerry.

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Free GPZ19 coil deal is not on offer here through the Australian dealer network only the ASU$10499 combo deal. 

JP

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What's the betting it will be soon?

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Hey Steve,

    That is correct, we are also offer this special which runs from 02-15-19 thru 04-15-19.  You will get the 19" Super DD Searchcoil (value of $1500) for FREE with the purchase of a Minelab GPZ 7000 metal detector.  The price shipped, out the door is $8,000.00 including the FREE coil and extra we include.  We also offer Arizona Field Instructions for one day, as we believe one day is enough for the customer to learn the GPZ 7000, which is very user friendly in my opinion vs. the GPX series.  

We would love to earn your business and promise to offer the best sale, service and support beyond the sale.  

P.S.  I'm surprised the Australia market is not offer this deal. 

Rob Allison
Rob's Detector Sales

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If this offer was available in Australia, that is the GPZ7000 + the 19” Super D coil for the same price $9499AUD, I would upgrade. Probably today.

 

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I'm offering it as well. I don't think many dealers have gotten their ads placed yet for this special offering.

Doc

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