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#1

Jin
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08 December 2019 08:08 am

Just noticed when reading my newsfeed that Curious Planet have a sale on Equinox 600"s at Curious Planet
curiousplanet.com.au/minelab-equinox-600-metal-detector.html - sorry cant post links yet - just add www. to the link

Looks like Curious Planet has gone into voluntary administration so id be careful buying online but it might be ok if you can buy it from one of there stores. But a better and cheaper option would be to go to Anaconda and get them to price match and get 10% off making the equinox only $450. Worth trying IMO if you're after a 600

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OldGT
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08 December 2019 10:18 am

Worked for me, thanks a bunch mate, didnt get extra discount of 10% though

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AdamP
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08 December 2019 12:37 pm

OldGT wrote:

Worked for me, thanks a bunch mate, didnt get extra discount of 10% though

Did you go instore or online?

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OldGT
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08 December 2019 12:55 pm

In store mate, Anaconda wont match online , but you will need to show online you can do checkout for Curious Planet price

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AdamP
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08 December 2019 01:15 pm

Thanks OldGT

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Ded Driver
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08 December 2019 01:17 pm

Im actually a bit astounded, that with the imminent release of the Vanquish, & other Brand machines in a similar price bracket, that the X-Terra705 is still selling between $750-800


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Mike501
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08 December 2019 02:18 pm

I’m looking at the Nokta Makro Simplex + for $475 or the equinox 600 now for that price, which one would you all take??


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ctxkid
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08 December 2019 02:30 pm

Mike501 wrote:

I’m looking at the Nokta Makro Simplex + for $475 or the equinox 600 now for that price, which one would you all take??

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#9

Guessologist
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09 December 2019 07:18 pm

Cracker deal for sure! Took advantage of this massive sale anyway despite already having a 600 and got a decent eyepiece for my telescopes for almost 30% of the price it is anywhere else right now...

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#10

AdamP
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09 December 2019 07:20 pm

Had another look today...not sure if it's just me but seems they may have pulled the 600 from the site. Keep getting not found error

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OldGT
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09 December 2019 07:25 pm

Seems so, my bookmark shows same result, and range does not include 600 on Curious Planet site. Guess the window to match has passed.

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AdamP
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09 December 2019 07:27 pm

It doesn't seem to come up in the menu, but sometimes shows up as a you maybe interested in this but with a price of $500. Click on it then error. Bummer, teaches me for being indecisive

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OldGT
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09 December 2019 07:45 pm

Sorry to hear mate, Mrs GT was not at all on board with me driving 2 hours to try another Anaconda store to pick up another, I really wanted to as I knew no deal like that could last long.

Alas her dreaded "common sense" arguments against a second purchase were too powerful. Using "facts" like" You already have 4 detectors", and equally powerful "Now getting an extra one for reselling is pure greediness" were cutting through my protests.

But Happy wife happy life.

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AdamP
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09 December 2019 08:07 pm

I'm consoling myself with the thought of Who needs id numbers when I can dig everything with my Sea hunter.

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OldGT
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13 January 2020 08:30 pm

No buyer for Curious Planet stores forthcoming, and I expect they will close as being reported today.

If you have one local might be worth a call, but then would minelab just take all stock back without giving the chance to buy?

Go find series still up online.

Worth a shot to try if you were looking imo.

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thefitter
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14 January 2020 04:09 pm

OldGT wrote:

No buyer for Curious Planet stores forthcoming, and I expect they will close as being reported today.

If you have one local might be worth a call, but then would minelab just take all stock back without giving the chance to buy?

Go find series still up online.

Worth a shot to try if you were looking imo.

Only cheap go finds forsale

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