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PhaseTech

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PhaseTech last won the day on April 15 2020

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About PhaseTech

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    South Oz
  • Interests:
    Prospecting, Coin Hunting, Beach combing, football, classic cars
  • Gear Used:
    7000, 4500, 2300, Impact, G Kruzer, 3030

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    www.phasetechnical.com.au
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  1. Wow, they are both super clean. I have the same two in the collection, but mines a 2100e. Nice carbon shafts!
  2. If it wasn't for the guy in the video, the 6000 wouldn't be released, and would probably be someone's imagination only. If it was Russell Coight, the coil would be backwards, the display would be smashed, and he would have driven over the control box 🤣
  3. All packed, ready to drop off in the morning mate. A couple lucky locals already got there's.
  4. Some shipping this week, possibly in stores early next week, with regular batches (maybe) in the following weeks. But at least that means the wheels are in motion and users will start to get their hands on them soon.
  5. GPZ with 14, I do use a bungy. I can detect without one, but I can feel things after a while GPZ with 12" NF coil, I haven't used a bungy yet, but haven't done longer than a 3hr stint GPX4500/5000 with 12" Evo or smaller - no bungy. I will use one with 15" coils or bigger 6000 with 11" Coil - no bungy. Balance is indeed excellent.
  6. The 12x8" Nugget Finder Evo coil running in Fine Gold will get you closest to the sensitivity of the Gold Monster, but will punch deeper and handle the ground a lot better.
  7. They definitely can, but I find nothing compared to what some are pulling out.
  8. I still love my 4500, but I'll be the first to admit that the GPZ7000 gets the most swing time these days. However, nearly every time I pull out the 4500, it rewards me.
  9. They were the best super cheap hiking boots I ever bought, until they fell apart 😆
  10. Yep, it's amazing how things change in a short time. Here in Australia about 5-6 years ago, there was quite a few dealers starting to stock Teknetics machines. Today, Fisher and Teknetics are pretty much dead here. I think Minelab's lower priced offerings and Nokta Makro's expanding presence squashed them. There is only one official shop selling Fisher here, but there are 4 or 5 stocking Quest gear. I think the worrying thing is if you go to: http://www.fisherlab.com/hobby/ the copyright at the bottom of the page is dated 2009, and the NEW item is the 2016 Interactive Catalo
  11. Possibly the switch is just faulty. When you push forward it will say Ground Balance on the display with the ground balance number underneath.
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