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  1. Hello All, I was surprised to not see a post yet about this, but here you go, just a matter of time I guess - https://usa.minelab.com/ Minelab goes head-to-head with all their distributors and dealer base ..... Rob
  2. https://www.facebook.com/share/r/hbcH51pPMzjRt8dJ/?mibextid=WC7FNe looks like it will be submersible, possibly competing with the Nokta Score and Double Score. Figures, after I just bought an Xterra Pro.
  3. Well, the 2023 Full year investor report fell flat for those hoping for news of a new GPZ in the 2024 period. I'm confident it's not happening as I have been for some time now; they appear to have no new detectors coming out in 2024 after the rush of new products to try build the growth in the Treasure side of detectors with less focus on gold. They now consider the current sales situation in Africa the new normal and are moving away from relying on the African market for metal detector sales, a far cry from a couple of years ago when every gold detectors box had African prospectors on it, along with their website and designing models with ease of use to target the African prospectors who don't care about learning a complex detector, they just want to find the easy gold as quickly as they can while it's still there with detectors designed for their needs such as the Gold Monster and GPX 6000. 2024 will be all about building sales of the existing new VLF detectors and getting into new markets like India, along with direct selling to the customers to increase revenue. I'm not overly fussed about no new GPZ coming in the near future, I highly doubt I'd be interested in it, time will tell of course but extremely unlikely I will buy one, especially not for ergonomics reasons, as Minelab's slogan says performance is everything and that's all I care about, and that's going to be the hardest thing for them to improve significantly over my GPZ + X-coils and my 6000, especially as I'm in milder soils and can run my GPZ in normal unleashing its full potential. You can read the report here Codan Limited - ASX Announcement - FY23 Full Year Investor Presentation And you can read the 23 FY results here, although nothing exciting in it, a lot of glamourising. Codan Limited - ASX Announcement - 2023 Full Year Results In summary, detector sales slowing, now relying on communications a lot more and they have significantly over taken metal detectors as their biggest source of income. They're doing quite well selling countermine detectors into countries such as Ukraine but even that's not enough to prop up the lagging detector sales. Note the bottom line, decrease in African Gold Detector (higher margin) revenues. I think we all know they significantly over charge for gold detectors.
  4. Oceania gold, is now in a battle with a large number of New Zealand music artists trying to prevent it from mining gold under conservation land. OceanaGold Corporation (OceanaGold) is a gold mining and exploration company based in Vancouver, Canada and Brisbane, Australia. OceanaGold operates the Haile Gold Mine in the United States, the Didipio Mine in the Philippines, and the Macraes and Waihi mines in New Zealand. It is publicly listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker "OGC" and was formerly listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. A fight over mining under conservation land is heating up in the Coromandel between Oceania Gold and Martin Donoghue who leading a cohort of musicians into the fray. A video on the story can be seen here. And the News story on it here. This is the area here, the big hole in the ground towards the bottom left is the existing Waihi gold mine that Mitchel visited recently, and they want to underground mine the spot at the end of the access portal under the national park area, must be very productive ground as it looks a very expensive operation. They claim 1.5 million ounces of gold is there. I don't know much about it all, but a big fight is going on over it by the sounds of it. This is also interesting from my neck of the woods. "A Canadian mining company with a new five-year exploration permit in Central Otago says New Zealand “is fast becoming one of the most attractive” gold-mining locations in the world." Interest In Otago Mining on the rise from KOGoldNZ.
  5. Back in 2014 I got a smoking deal on a like new used White's V3i with over a year of remaining warranty. It was my third after the original Vision and then later a V3i. I quickly found a platinum ring that almost paid for what I had into it, but unfortunately I got busy on other things and when the warranty was about up I sold it. Well, I have regretted it ever since. The V3i is a unique detector that represents the end result of a design philosophy that I do not think we will see exceeded. You have programmable access to nearly every function that exists in a metal detector along with amazing control over the audio and visual interface. The bright, sharp, colorful screen has never been done better on any other model in the ensuing years. Owning the V3i is very much like owning a "design your own detector kit". I am very much not a person to have nostalgic feelings about metal detectors or to ever hang on to any very long. However, the V3i is in a class of its own in many ways and I decided if there was ever a detector I should just buy and keep it is the V3i. That being the case I decided to get a brand new one from the factory. I may very well end up using this detector to shoot a series of instructional videos about general metal detecting theory and technique. The functions and colorful screen can be used to well illustrate almost anything I can think of when it comes to metal detectors and how they work. Don't be holding your breath however - me getting around to doing some things like finishing the ATX Strip and Rebuild can sometimes take years! I finally had reason to drive west to visit family recently, and made a swing by White's a part of that drive. I contacted forum member Tom Boykin (tboykin) who works at White's to set up a good time for a meet and greet. And so it was I found myself heading for Sweet Home, Oregon! Click on photos for larger versions. Aerial view of White's facility.... White's sits across a bridge from the main of Sweet Home right on the banks for the beautiful South Santiam River.... Cross over the bridge and turn left and there is the sign... First thing you see entering the main office building is a little detector showroom... but the main attraction is a large display of old White's detectors and items found with them.... Here is the old BFO Nugget Master with dual meters. Ken White Sr. loved huge boxes, lots of knobs, and big or even multiple meters - I doubt ergonomic was even in his vocabulary! The big boxes were often empty with a little circuit board tucked in a corner. Next to the Nugget Master is an original type blue box Gold Master, part of the old T/R series. These are just collectors items folks so don't be tempted to buy one thinking you are getting a decent nugget detector - only the black box versions can be considered as modern detectors. The old blue box versions don't even ground balance. And a real sweetie, the Treasure Master! Anyway, I was running a tight schedule, arriving at Sweet Home at 11AM and heading on to Reno around 2:30 getting home near midnight. Tom was gracious enough to give me a tour of the facilities where I met faces both new and old, and he bought lunch to top it all off. Then I picked up my brand new V3i (which I really am going to keep) and hit the road for Reno. Tom is an engaging young man with infectious enthusiasm and we are lucky to have him on the forum. He is still relatively new to detecting so go easy on him. The fact is though it will be people like Tom that take metal detecting to the next generation. Thanks for the tour Tom! For those who have not been so lucky check out the White's Electronics Factory Tour Video. And finally, here is my new baby still waiting to make its first find...
  6. Doc, was kind enough to send me his new DALAS (Detector Air Lift System) and it arrived Friday right at Mother’s Day Weekend. Now, I’m sure my Wife Robin is like many other Wives on the Forum and tends to think the entire Weekend is about being Pampered. I didn’t open Doc’s Parcel till mid day Saturday…after feeling the sting of Mother’s Day Weekend kickoff in “The Biggest Little City In The World.” Yes, the Granite Countertop had a burn mark under the box! I ran out to my 1/3 rd of the garage digging thru all my Backpacks and Military gear trying to find a stand alone Harness System. Not finding what I wanted I settled back to my Minelab Harness that I have my Hip Stick attached to for ever. All this time, Robin was thinking I was cleaning up my part of the 3 Car Garage. End result, it did look better! 😂 Now following Doc’s Video and written Supplemental Instructions, it was time to hit up Robin to mark the Struts and Rod to drill the screws in for the Back Paddle. I ran out to the garage to fit with my Minelab Harness and attach my GPZ 7000 to it. I called Robin out from behind her Mother’s Day Weekend Book reading for the final upper Strut marking to set the screws. She did comment about my straightening up my workbench. Adjusted to my liking, I set the screws. As you can see, my Minelab Harness is well equipped with my GPZ 7000 Ferrite Ring, Wireless holder, TP Holder w/Matches and one extra Water Bottle and noise maker to let the many BigFoots and Aliens know I’m happy to be out in the middle of no-where! With both my Hip Stick and the new DALAS set up side by side, it was easy to switch back and forth to test the end result. It’s was nearly like Night and Day with my test swinging in the backyard with the DALAS winning hands down. But, this wasn’t Real World testing! I loaded up my truck and Monday headed out to Rye Patch. The week prior, I was out swinging with my Old Buddy Rudy patch hunting. I was swinging my 6000 and it was struggling with the damp ground and windy conditions and Rudy, decided to use his 7000 because of the conditions the 6000 was struggling with. He dug up a nice one! Arrived, unloaded and met up with another Buddy Art from Pennsylvania. Art, has become quite the prospector over the years with several nuggets to show me as we caught up. He too, is Ex-Military and armed with a GPX 6000. We loaded up in my little Red Buggy and set off into the Desert. As you can see, I’ve been well trained during my Military Career to bring everything you need to win the battle. There is one item, that will not be on my Harness anymore and that is the Hip Stick! Yes, I did swing the 7000 for a few hours. The 7000, is a much heavier detector than the 6000, as you may know. with the DALAS and the use of Doc’s Swing Arm i didn’t have to have my arm in the 7000’s Arm Cuff, just on the handle and later I could just put a couple fingers on the back end of the Arm Cuff to rise and lower the 7000 to match the terrain and use the swing arm to swing the 7000. Wow! The 7000 Beast was under control. The DALAS does pull the back of your pants out (not down) and I had to have my Minelab Harness above the Back Paddle of the DALAS for full benefit. The added feature on a hot windy day of detecting in the High Plains is just add weight to top rod for cooling effect 😂. Now, which detector is my main detector, the GPX 6000. The GPZ 7000, is my backup detector and is mainly used for deep nugget patches or last swinging of new patches, nowadays. With the current conditions on some of the ground in Northern Nevada having it coupled to the DALAS was a welcome to a smooth threshold. Until the next Hunt, LuckyLundy
  7. Okay, I'm keen to work out what Fisher might be up to ? Their website has a section for "New Products" with three spaces set aside. I'm probably reading too much into this but what the heck......Fisher may redeem themselves 😍 I was set to go beach detecting but several Tiger Sharks were reported off my local beach.........and not the ones from Tesoro.
  8. I was able to buy a Fisher Impulse AQ for $1300 and a brand new Fisher F-Pulse for $95. I thought it would be great for the fellow forum members if we could post the best deal you could obtain on the Fisher Ebay store. This would give some guidance for fellow forum members if the want to buy Fisher products at a Fire Sale price.
  9. IS IT Really ? At one time my mother loved to go to garage sales and I’d take her. Ever so often I’d find a detector for sale and never paying over 15 others as low as 3 dollars. One never had batteries in it . I just seen another one of the same type store’s selling a Garrett 24K . The people in there working don’t know a thing about what they got and the customer isn’t either. The customer is going out the door thinking I’ve got me a coin detector. Within a week that detector will be put up and may never see the light of day again. All I’m saying is just maybe on a Friday are Saturday may be a good time to go to garage sales again . Chuck
  10. When I started this forum most people did not know that Bounty Hunter, Fisher, and Teknetics were in reality all the same company - First Texas. That holding company purchased those brands to trade off the cachet of their established names and brand following. It is therefore ironic to me that they are now abandoning the separate brands to a large degree. The once separate websites now all point back to just one - the new First Texas umbrella website. The old Bounty Hunter website http://detecting.com/ The old Fisher website http://www.fisherlab.com/ both redirect to subsections on the main First Texas website. The old Teknetics website is still up at https://www.tekneticsdirect.com/ but no doubt the new First Texas Teknetics subsection will replace it someday. First Texas is obviously abandoning small dealers fully now in favor of big box and direct sales. They have been repeatedly selling various models direct on Amazon and the FT website at under dealer cost. Hard to be a dealer when your number one competitor is your supplier. The Teknetics site long since morphed into factory direct sales and now the new site has everything factory direct, often with huge discounts. The main FT website does have a dealer application page still. It mentions a dealer listing page but I have not been able to find one. Maybe that is because of this requirement: To earn a spot on our dealer website page, dealers must have placed orders for a minimum of 20 units and sustain an annual sales goal of 100 units. Your dealer listing on our website will exclude your website address if your landing page promotes detectors from other brands. 100 units a year plus no mention of other brands on landing page specifically excludes small dealers. Only sell 80 a year? Too bad. I'm a businessman and business is business so I am not posting this as a swipe at First Texas. More a recognition of things changing with the times. The fact is many so-called dealers are just order takers competing on under the table price discounting out of garages and basements, not real brick and mortar operators. I understand why the companies, and not just First Texas, will be weeding these people out. Everything will go big box and factory direct eventually with only a few of the biggest online independent dealers hanging on over the next ten years. As price competition heats up so will the need to cut extra pockets out of the distribution chain. First Texas might be ahead of the curve on this a little but they are not the only company making these moves. Minelab is heavily promoting direct sales via Amazon and Garrett has a new factory direct website. My advice to anyone thinking of becoming a small metal detector dealer? Don't. Great deal on the Fisher F70, regular $375 and below dealer cost at $199 - almost makes me want to buy one, it's such a smoking deal! https://firsttexasproducts.com/products/fisher-f70-metal-detector-with-dual-coil-and-coil-cover-combo?variant=47452772335896
  11. Got a email from Garrett saying it’s their anniversary today April 1st 1964 . Maybe this is the lull before the Storm . Chuck
  12. Garrett is saying buy direct from them. It’s just another ad I got from them in my email..
  13. I know many of you are aware, but I'm posting this for those who may not be familiar with the situation in the US regarding service. Until the end of 2023 Detector Center was the sole service provider for Minelab, providing warranty and non-warranty repairs of its detectors. Starting Jan 1 2024, Minelab has taken this role back in house for warranty repairs. However I just wanted to post a short blurb that Detector Center is still here.... we continue to complete non-warranty service of your favorite Minelab - be it a gold machine, coin detector, or water hunting detector, etc. Basically, if it's under warranty - get it taken care of by Minelab. But if it's out of warranty we can help.... as the techs are here and we continue to stock the vast majority of the parts needed to fix these detectors. Now in regards to some our favorite older detectors (15 years old and older) sometimes we run into the situation where there simply are no parts to be found.... unless we have something to salvage from another detector. So if you need a repair on something older, it is best to give us a call and talk with one of the techs to get a feel if its repairable or not. Also we can sell you some small parts that are otherwise hard to obtain through your dealer.... not all are listed on our website so don't be afraid to ask if something you need is not listed.... 🙂 In the event you need to set up a repair it's easy - just go to https://www.detectorrepair.com and follow the links to set up the repair... or give us a call at 814-283-4270 to discuss your options. Thanks for your time everyone, and to Steve for letting me post this here.
  14. Can anyone confirm whether or not the warranty is transferable, thanks.
  15. Just a reminder. Minelab USA offers a 15% discount on any Minelab metal detector from the MAP (minimum advertised price) to U.S. active or honorably discharged members of the military. Proof of past or active service is required and must be verified by providing a copy of a DD 214 or Military ID to qualify. The discount applies only to a metal detector purchase - parts and accessories do not qualify. This discount is not available in conjunction with other special promotions or individual dealer concessions. With discount the $899 Equinox 800 is only $764.15. The Minelab GPZ 7000, normally $7999, ends up being $6799.15, a savings of $1199.85
  16. I bought a used atx off ebay. I was disappointed to say the least by its performance. The seller agreed to pay for repairs to make it right. I shipped the atx to Garrett for repair, and explained that the coil seems overly knock sensitive even on stable ground. They replaced some battery trays and o rings and sent it back. The ebay seller reimbursed me for the repairs, and he was off the hook. I convinced myself the atx worked better than before, but I was still not confident in it. I had to assume this is just how the Atx performs. Against all advice and even my own gut feeling, I ordered a new 8" mono coil for it. Everything I've read about the 8" coil was mostly negative, and suggested it was noisier than the DD coil I already have. To my surprise, that new 8" mono coil runs so much smoother than the DD coil. It is a pleasure to use, and gave me confidence in the ATX. This however made me think I was right about my DD coil being faulty, and my window for having the ebay seller pay for that was long gone. I emailed Rusty at Garrett with my concerns and disappointment, that I felt they did not properly diagnose my atx when I sent it to them. Rusty replied with an email, that truly showed he understood my concern, and he actually cared about this situation. After a long conversation on the phone with Rusty, he too was curious why the 8" mono ran so much smoother than the coil I sent to them to check. He flat out said, he's sending me a new DD coil. I thanked him and reassured him that if there wasn't a SIGNIFICANT difference in performance, I would ship it back to him at my expense. The first part of the video is the original DD coil in question. I start out in stock sensitivity of 10, then bump it to max 13. I show the frequency scan and ground balance for that one to show its done, but to keep the video short, I skipped showing that part on the 2 new coils. It was however done on all 3 coils. All video was shot in the same spot at the same time. 1st coil is original DD coil. 2nd coil is new 8" mono. 3rd coil is new DD that Garrett sent. I can't help to believe, the original coil is faulty, after doing this test.
  17. Well, judging from their wording on their results for H1, I don't think those hanging out for a new GPZ have much to look forward to, nor those thinking that Minelab has something up their sleeve to target the Algoforce. You can read the full report here. "RoW revenues continue to remain remarkably resilient, despite a challenging macroeconomic environment. Newly released products of Manticore, Equinox 700|900 and X-Terra Pro have contributed to the growth in first half FY24 revenues. However, as the first anniversary release date of these products passes, revenues are expected to normalise during the second half."
  18. Hey Gang, I got some news that will make Doc's Detecting even more responsive to my customers than ever before. We have always prided ourselves on Great Customer Service and fast shipping. We have recently made some major purchases and plans for the future. To be clear I have never used any illegal drugs in my life, never even smoked. That's not that kind of high I'm talking about. But the ol' Doc ain't as young as he used to be. Carrying boxes up on the top of 12 foot high warehouse shelving, by having a 50 lb box on one shoulder and one hand on a shaky ladder is getting a bit too scary. So started looking at Fork Lifts, but I would have to widen my aisles and we really don't put things on pallets. We stack the boxes full of SWINGY THINGYS, SAGA Swing Arms etc on upper shelves, and as we need them we bring down a box, open it, put it in a large clear plastic bin that we pick from to fill orders. So in talking to the FORKLIFT company the salesman says, you don't need a Fork Lift, you need an ORDER PICKER. I said, "I am the ORDER PICKER!" He said no, let me send you a picture. So I went to California Wednesday and picked up my new ORDER PICKER. It's only 29 inches wide. The tray in front will carry over 200 lbs, so it will easily take 4 or 5 boxes of merchandise up with me to put on shelves or retrieve a couple off of a high shelf safely. The bottom below the tray will carry 360 lbs, so you can move a quantity of merchandise around the warehouse to where you want to store it. This would have been the bomb when I was putting up Christmas tree lights on the house this past Christmas Season. More BIG NEWS Below the Pictures. At the end of 2024 we will be moving to a NEW WAREHOUSE that I purchased that is being built as we speak. This Warehouse Complex, is really cool. There are 29 units and you actually purchase your unit. It's a gated complex. It's like a Home Owners Association. There is a really great Club House with roof top party area with bar-b-q grills and the like. Inside there are meeting rooms and areas that can be used for like a mini show. The Complex is called "The Stack." It is located 3 miles from my home in the hottest new area of Henderson. It is 1/2 mile from the Henderson airport and The Raiders Practice stadium and the two large Amazon Warehouses. I must be crazy to think I can keep doing this stuff forever, but I love it, and I see no end in sight. You guys have helped Doc's Detecting Supply grow at an amazing rate and I am eternally grateful. I thank you for your support and I will continue to try to bring you some of the best innovative accessories in the Detecting Prospecting Industry. Doc
  19. Just a reminder. Minelab offers a 15% discount on any Minelab metal detector from the MAP (minimum advertised price) to U.S. active or honorably discharged members of the military. Proof of past or active service is required and must be verified by providing a copy of a DD 214 or Military ID to qualify. The discount applies only to a metal detector purchase - parts and accessories do not qualify. With discount the $799 Gold Monster 1000 is only $679.15. The Minelab GPZ 7000, normally $7999, ends up being $6799.15, a savings of $1199.85
  20. It almost seems like I'm the only one with issues with these companies. And that's not a bad thing. I'm actually glad to hear most people have good experiences with them. If @steve herschbach would like to remove this post, I am fine with that. My issues will work themselves out, and honestly I don't want to hurt any company that does a good job for the majority of their customers. My issues may be big misunderstandings, along with lack of communication. And I feel wrong for starting this thread.
  21. Just watched a Minelab Australia video saying across the board price increase of approximately %25 for all metal detectors. Manticore is listed in Aussie dollars, same as Canuck dollars as $2199. New price January 1st. $2699...
  22. Now that White’s has closed the factory in Sweet Home, these are the officially designated places to have warranty work and service done. Garrett has purchased White's, and will continue to support the product, with manuals here. Centreville Electronics (East Coast) 9437 Main Street Manassas, VA 20110 (888) 645-0202 (703) 367-7999 Fax: (703) 367-0868 bobnpaul@centrevilleelectronics.net www.centrevilleelectronics.net Centreville Electronics Northwest (West Coast) 1550 Maple Pl. Lebanon Oregon 97355 (541)409-7263 www.centrevilleelectronicsnw.com centrevilleelectronicsnw@gmail.com Canada Ed Sebulski 21920 44A Avenue Langley, British Columbia, Canada V3A 9J3 604-532-8153 Use this Service Center for Older Water Detectors Specializing in repairing legacy White’s water detectors. Please call for other repairs. Warren’s Repair Center Freeport, Florida (850) 835-3344 warren32439@gmail.com Europe At last report the White’s facility in Scotland closed in November and is no longer accepting items for service: White’s Electronics (UK) Ltd 35J Harbour Road Inverness Scotland IV1 1UA Email: info@whites.co.uk UK Customers: 01463 223 456 International Customers: +44 1463 223 456
  23. Diggin' with Jase Giveaway | Garrett Metal Detectors A DAY IN THE FIELD METAL DETECTING WITH JASE ROBERTSON! You’ve seen Jase, his brother Jep, and their buddy Murry Crowe on the hit Fox Nation series Duck Family Treasure. Now, Garrett and Jase are offering you the chance to join them for your own treasure hunting adventure! WHAT DO I WIN? A day of metal detecting with Jase Robertson and a small group on an historic site where artifacts dating to the 1800s could be found. Each winner is allowed to bring one (1) detecting companion. A Garrett travel allowance of $2,500 to cover winner and companion’s travel and lodging to Monroe, Louisiana. A $1,000 merchandise credit on Garrett Direct for each winner to order any desired detector, Pro-Pointer, or Garrett accessories for the hunt (can be shared by winner and companion hunter). See Diggin’ with Jase Robertson Giveaway Terms & Conditions document on this page for full details. WHEN WILL THIS TAKE PLACE? One winner will be drawn on or about January 31, 2024, and another winner will be drawn on or about February 20, 2024. Garrett will then coordinate with winners and Jase Robertson on a metal detecting date that will take place soon after the end of the contest period (late February to early March 2024 time frame). HOW DO I ENTER? Visit Garrett Direct and make a purchase anytime between January 8 and February 19, 2024 OR To enter without making a purchase, complete the Entry Form on this page. (see below) WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? Giveaway is open only to individuals who are: (a) legal residents of the United States, (b) physically located in one (1) of the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia, and (c) at least the age of majority, as defined in the Entrant’s state of residence, or older at the time of entry. (See below for complete Terms & Conditions of the Diggin’ with Jase Robertson Giveaway)
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