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  1. It's almost like I name things to make them memorable. 😄 Did you ever hear of coils called the Joey, the WOT (Wondereful Orange Thing), the UFO? I named all of those. Doc
  2. This may save some of our mates in Australia some time in shipping. Finders Keepers Gold in Kalgoorlie Australia is carrying my GSpot Scoops and also the cover for the GPX6000. Ring them up if you need either of these items. Metal Detectors - Metal Detectors For Sale - Buy Metal Detectors Online (finderskeepersgold.com) Address: 80b Hannan Street KALGOORLIE WA 6430 Phone: (08) 9021 7207 Email: info@finderskeepersgold.com Thank you, Doc
  3. Hey guys, sorry. I am way behind on phone calls. Emails are much better. docsdetecting@gmail.com. I have been off work since Sept. 24. I had really aggressive hemorrhoid surgery, and then I had a procedure on my enlarged prostate called ReZum. Just started getting back to going into work in the last week. I have had help getting orders out during my recuperation. The best way to place an order is to go to my website: docsdetecting.com, or ebay, or do a search on AMAZON for Nugget Stalker. For some reason no matter what I do I can't get GPX6000 Cover to come up in a search on Amazon, but it does if you use my brand name Nugget Stalker. It's been really busy, and I just can't handle phone calls and get 50 plus packages put together and shipped each day too. My emails I answer multiple times throughout the day when I get a spare minute also when I get home in the evening. This getting old crap is for the birds, it seems like I needed maintenance on everything below the waist, but it's all good now! Doc
  4. Here's the ones I carry. Doc's Detecting. Bates E03188. 99.95 plus shipping. Great boots. Contact me at Docsdetecting@gmail.com. Any zippered boot that says metal free are NOT METAL FREE! The zipper pull is metal and will set your detector off just like a metal eyelet. Doc
  5. Steve had already mention to me that he loved the idea of a lightweight detector. He really did not want to add any additional weight that a cover might add. I understand his thinking on this subject. Although my complete cover set only weighs 8 ounces. But that threaded port screw is very clever. Doc
  6. Lunk is where I learned about them. I tried a pair, and then got a dealership for them. $95 free shipping. Jennifer insisted on paying full price because she said she was going to do a review. I love them because they are great for everything. The computer, watching smart television is a hoot. It sounds like speeding cars are going right through your head. You can answer your telephone. These things are really neat. I agree that the GPX6000 has a pretty good speaker but I don't like the doppler effect you get when you are swinging that speaker back and forth. It is really bad for me because I wear hearing aids so it is even more pronounced. I hear the sound loud in my right ear then as I swing the detector it switches to my left ear then back again, and I find it very annoying. These Torus give me equal sound right directly under my hearing aids and the sound is crisp and clear. If the wind is blowing I take my hearing aids out and use the ear buds. They also make a small transmitter or receiver that is so small you could attach it to the back of one of my speakers and accomplish what you are talking about. The pair is available on Amazon for $60. These things are slightly larger that a silver dollar. You would only need the receiver and a speaker. Again they are the low latency Qualcom APTX technology. I'll have to play around and see if my speaker and the receiver will pair with the GPX6000. I had to agree not to advertise on Amazon to get a dealership for the Torus -Doc
  7. Love to see pictures of you guys with the Nugget Stalker cover on your new GPX6000. Doc
  8. Hey gang all backorders are filled. Check with your dealers as they have stock on the way to them as well. Rob Allison, Chris Gholson, Gerry McMullen, Bill Southern and Finders Keepers in Kalgoorlie Australia. Listed alphabetically in the U.S. by last name. This was just a fraction of the production run. But I had these shipped by air because I know so many people have been waiting. The balance are coming by boat. Here's the instructions for those of you that want an understanding of the meticulous attention to detail that went into this cover. Special thanks goes to the President of Minelab, Peter Charlesworth, who assisted me along the way with advise, suggestions and gave a thumbs up on the unique blue camo material. By the way the weight for the entire cover set, which consists of 5 pieces is under 8 ounces. There is the main body cover, the arm cuff cover, the arm cuff strap, the head cover, and a detachable shade cover for the head cover. Installation instructions for Nugget Stalker GPX6000 cover. Doc
  9. I'm still the guy. 😆 I just don't carry Coiltek anymore. I still have a few WALCO picks, and I have my own brand of pick, However, it's not like the old Serial Killer pick I designed for WALCO. This is my Nugget Stalker Pick. I still have a few WALCO picks left I think. Doc
  10. You waited 12 years, when all you had to do was call me! You never know what I have sitting on my shelves until you ask. Doc
  11. The hat I wore in N. Sudan Africa to protect myself from the intense sun and unrelenting heat. Attractive? Not exactly the adjective that I would use to describe this hat. Functional? You bet. This hat, is completely size adjustable via an elastic band that secures in the back with a Velcro® type hook and loop closure. The hat is made of very soft t-shirt like material that absorbs moisture while it protects you from direct sunlight because of a SPF rating of 50. Do you know how your ears get so sweaty and damp when wearing a pair of headphones in the summer? Well this hat really helps. Wearing your headphones over the material does not interfere with the sound at all. But what it does do is it wicks the moisture away from your ears. The cloth, covering your ears, directs the moisture out of the headphone cup. It seeps under the headphone cup to the exterior where it evaporates. This actually helps keep your ears dry and comfortable. The Detector Protector hat also has numerous Velcro® type tabs stitched at strategic locations so you can close the neck protector portion around the front of your neck, place part of it over your nose and mouth. Or you can tab it in the back on those over cast days where you don’t need so much protection. Or gather it in the back and pull it through the elastic loop in the back to get it completely off of your neck. Obviously this “DP” hat was not designed to make a fashion statement. But it will protect you from the sun and allow you to detect in more comfort than you have ever experienced with any other hat. https://docsdetecting.com/product/protector-detector-hat-protect-your-skin-extremely-comfortable-with-headphones/
  12. It's a made up name which is a mash up of the words Quick, Bungee and Double (double adjustment point). It describes another innovative product from Doc that makes detecting more enjoyable and helps save your arm, shoulder neck and back from undue stress. Just add your own backpack or Hydration pack. This amazing Bungee Support System provides absolutely instantaneous adjustment so your detector is always at the proper height off the ground, even when you are in mid-swing. We use super strong Marine Grade bungee that is stronger than 3/8ths inch bungee that is commonly used for tie-downs.
  13. Shipped Priority mail yesterday Mike. Thank you. Delivery says SATURDAY??? Geesh the post office is really dropping the ball. I could throw a rock from Las Vegas and hit Sandy Utah. Doc
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