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#51

PhaseTech
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From: Adelaide, SA
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Phase Technical
06 May 2018 01:57 pm

The Gold Kruzer will be shipping soon.


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#52

Neilzz
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06 May 2018 02:08 pm

Sweet gives me a bit of time to save. I'll try my luck with a new machine and get used to using it frequently getting used to it in different grounds for gold and relics smile


Forever hunting the yellow.
No pain no gain.

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#53

dasenator777
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06 May 2018 04:17 pm

qed for under a grand if you look and wait, best gold finder on market for the price, ive been looking at an impact also, very favourable reports, and handles our mineralized ground good, cheers big ears.. smile

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#54

owenh1
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15 May 2018 11:54 am

How that guy can say the SDC isn't simple is beyond me. I don't own a detector yet (have been hiring SDC) and it has found me gold in the GT. On many occasions you can just turn it on and go. Superb machine and it's what I will be buying when I have the cash. thumbsup

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#55

HoudiniHarry
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15 May 2018 04:23 pm

Yes src is great and easy to use but off topic as it would not be found under a grand.


Having a great time searching for gold....
GPX4500, Equinox 800 and SDC2300

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#56

10fp
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Sdc , 4500, NOX 800

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#57

PhaseTech
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16 May 2018 11:17 am

Is this your unit?


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#58

10fp
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16 May 2018 09:01 pm

no, but i may hav to grab it if no one else is smart enough to i can see its had GB button fitted and i happen to hav a lithium battery /booster set sitting around

Dave


Sdc , 4500, NOX 800

#59

Jarrod84
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18 May 2018 10:08 am

I really look forward to the day someone starts a thread asking "what's the best detector for finding aluminum foil in mineralized GT ground?"

OTR will have a heart attack with excitement!

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#60

oldtimerROB
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30 May 2018 11:29 am

Neilzz.Northeast. I am looking for serious gold nuggets to show my step children overseas as they have never seen natural gold and are very interested.Went out last weekend to Dunolly and quickly put the Impact-SDC2300 question to rest.In very hot ground in an area I had previously found nuggets 4 to 6 inches deep,the Impact picked up a good sharp signal in DEEP.Dug down 12 inches and signal got a little stronger. Used the DI3 mode to pinpoint it.Tested the SDC and there was absolutely no response. I have to get some serious digging tools to go any deeper as the ground is virgin fractured sandstone which really requires a lot of grunt. High probability it is a nugget and not trash because the fractured sandstone was all aligned and undisturbed. Looking to buy a light petrol driven impact drill. Although the Kruzer Multi is not as good as the Impact- it lies somewhere between the Racer 2 and the Impact according to Nenad,I think the Kruzer Multi will be ok as it has half the modes,lighter and also waterproof in rain. Whites MXT does not offer the quality and features that Nokta do, and I don't know how stable they are in the GT.Also only has 5 or 14 Khz which is not optimal for gold. As a novice you need to know all the shallow decent nuggets have been found around Dunolly and most other goldfields in the GT but there are plenty of ones left much deeper down-2 to 3 meters. Its no good having a deep seeking detector if you haven't the equipment to dig them up. Then I am not sure if you have motorized equipment that would be classed as mining and not prospecting by the Authorities.If you don't want to dig deep then I suggest you try your luck with the new Kruzer Gold out on the mullock heaps chasing tiny flecks.If you can buy a large mattock and dig a trench into the piles and detect over the dirt you have dug out,you will have a much better chance in finding a decent nugget.

Last edited by oldtimerROB (30 May 2018 11:32 am)


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Ridge Runner
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30 May 2018 01:19 pm

oldtimerROB wrote:

Neilzz.Northeast. I am looking for serious gold nuggets to show my step children overseas as they have never seen natural gold and are very interested.Went out last weekend to Dunolly and quickly put the Impact-SDC2300 question to rest.In very hot ground in an area I had previously found nuggets 4 to 6 inches deep,the Impact picked up a good sharp signal in DEEP.Dug down 12 inches and signal got a little stronger. Used the DI3 mode to pinpoint it.Tested the SDC and there was absolutely no response. I have to get some serious digging tools to go any deeper as the ground is virgin fractured sandstone which really requires a lot of grunt. High probability it is a nugget and not trash because the fractured sandstone was all aligned and undisturbed. Looking to buy a light petrol driven impact drill. Although the Kruzer Multi is not as good as the Impact- it lies somewhere between the Racer 2 and the Impact according to Nenad,I think the Kruzer Multi will be ok as it has half the modes,lighter and also waterproof in rain. Whites MXT does not offer the quality and features that Nokta do, and I don't know how stable they are in the GT.Also only has 5 or 14 Khz which is not optimal for gold. As a novice you need to know all the shallow decent nuggets have been found around Dunolly and most other goldfields in the GT but there are plenty of ones left much deeper down-2 to 3 meters. Its no good having a deep seeking detector if you haven't the equipment to dig them up. Then I am not sure if you have motorized equipment that would be classed as mining and not prospecting by the Authorities.If you don't want to dig deep then I suggest you try your luck with the new Kruzer Gold out on the mullock heaps chasing tiny flecks.If you can buy a large mattock and dig a trench into the piles and detect over the dirt you have dug out,you will have a much better chance in finding a decent nugget.

And what would you know about the Whites MXT. The MXT has found more Gold than any other VLF ever made In History, I found more Gold in the first 5 days of owning the MXT than I did in the 5 years prior, and I found Gold in Gympie and in the GT and in the UK,

As for how smaller pieces the MXT can see ? The Frequency is one small part of what makes a detector able to see small/Tiny Gold, There are many other factors that have a major "ImPact" pun intended, as to how and why some detectors see small Gold better than others, The Frequency is just the first link in the Chain.

And there is no way will your VLF out run the SDC in Hot Ground, And the Quality features you talk of within the Impact are borrowed technology taken directly from the early Whites V-SAT that was invented in around 1995 and has been standard fitment to the MXT and the GMT and every version since 1998/9.

So with all this Super Duper Hi Tech and depth beyond the reach of the MXT and the SDC why are we still waiting for you to post pictures of the Gold you have found with your Impact?

No to worry Rob, Just to tied you over Here's a quick field test of the MXT E-Series Tracker from back in 2009 where GoldSearch Australia took the MXT out in to the Golden Triangle for a couple of hours, It's a shame that it is not very sensitive to Gold in Hot Ground because they could only get it to find bits weighing less than 0.06grams, Bloody Door Stops, Bugga I hate it when things don't work right.

http://www.goldsearchaustralia.com/inde … xt_stories

Keep digging Rob, It's down there somewhere. cool lol lol lol


Dig em all,

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#62

PhaseTech
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30 May 2018 01:31 pm

More info on the Gold Kruzer here: https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … 76#p414276


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#63

RM Outback
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30 May 2018 04:22 pm

oldtimerROB wrote:

Went out last weekend to Dunolly in very hot ground in an area I had previously found nuggets 4 to 6 inches deep.

Hey Rob here's your chance to give us a look at these nuggets, I haven't seen any of your finds and wouldn't it be nice for your step children to see it on this site to show their friends as well thumbsup.

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#64

madtuna
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Joined: 12 December 2012
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31 May 2018 10:54 am

oldtimerROB wrote:

Neilzz.Northeast. I am looking for serious gold nuggets to show my step children overseas as they have never seen natural gold and are very interested.Went out last weekend to Dunolly and quickly put the Impact-SDC2300 question to rest.In very hot ground in an area I had previously found nuggets 4 to 6 inches deep,the Impact picked up a good sharp signal in DEEP.Dug down 12 inches and signal got a little stronger. Used the DI3 mode to pinpoint it.Tested the SDC and there was absolutely no response. I have to get some serious digging tools to go any deeper as the ground is virgin fractured sandstone which really requires a lot of grunt. High probability it is a nugget and not trash because the fractured sandstone was all aligned and undisturbed. Looking to buy a light petrol driven impact drill. Although the Kruzer Multi is not as good as the Impact- it lies somewhere between the Racer 2 and the Impact according to Nenad,I think the Kruzer Multi will be ok as it has half the modes,lighter and also waterproof in rain. Whites MXT does not offer the quality and features that Nokta do, and I don't know how stable they are in the GT.Also only has 5 or 14 Khz which is not optimal for gold. As a novice you need to know all the shallow decent nuggets have been found around Dunolly and most other goldfields in the GT but there are plenty of ones left much deeper down-2 to 3 meters. Its no good having a deep seeking detector if you haven't the equipment to dig them up. Then I am not sure if you have motorized equipment that would be classed as mining and not prospecting by the Authorities.If you don't want to dig deep then I suggest you try your luck with the new Kruzer Gold out on the mullock heaps chasing tiny flecks.If you can buy a large mattock and dig a trench into the piles and detect over the dirt you have dug out,you will have a much better chance in finding a decent nugget.

The SDC probably didn't signal because you're chasing a ground noise. I'll eat my own face live on youtube if it is.

The line highlighted shows you are one of the idiots out there with no regard for the rules governing prospecting that make it harder and harder every year for the rest of us!

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