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#751

PhaseTech
Phase Technical
From: Adelaide, SA
Joined: 29 May 2014
Posts: 2,018
Phase Technical
05 February 2020 06:47 pm

Must have a mate trailing behind with the jumbo pick wink pickshovel


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#752

Ded Driver
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From: West of the Border, WA
Joined: 27 May 2018
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05 February 2020 08:25 pm

this fella? playful
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#753

PhaseTech
Phase Technical
From: Adelaide, SA
Joined: 29 May 2014
Posts: 2,018
Phase Technical
14 February 2020 07:54 pm

It's times like this that I wished the 7000 didn't go so deep wink


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#754

dam it
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Gone Walkabout
14 February 2020 08:22 pm

neutral I feel your pain , Ive been there hmm


We have Lumps of it out the back ................

#755

rockdev
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14 February 2020 08:36 pm

My goodness that's a hole and a half yikes


Xp Deus, Xp Orx.

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#756

Prooz
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From: Cairns, QLD
Joined: 04 June 2014
Posts: 225
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14 February 2020 10:55 pm

Haha shouldn't laugh. Done that and don't want to do it to often, I don't think I've been that deep. yikes


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#757

Retirement Stone
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15 February 2020 07:38 am

Yep GPZ will do that to you but you have to see what it is because one day hopefully it will come out as the right colour.

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#758

Prooz
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From: Cairns, QLD
Joined: 04 June 2014
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15 February 2020 02:17 pm

I've almost been as deep, I have the same pick. digging a good sounding signal and up came part of an old fan belt hmm The ground was pretty soft, I think I must have been on an old pushed dump site, plenty of other filled in holes as well. Worked away, I'll never know sad


Minelab Explorer SE. Minelab GPZ 7000 Equinox 800

#759

Евгений
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Joined: 14 January 2020
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20 February 2020 04:31 pm

don't despair. life always brings surprises, but sometimes it’s very pleasant.
big_smile perfect

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#760

Ded Driver
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From: West of the Border, WA
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20 February 2020 05:40 pm

Crikey Nenad, you're supposed to be digging for gold .... not oil pickshovel power sunny


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#761

Евгений
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24 February 2020 11:16 pm

Rockhunter62 wrote:
hookey13 wrote:

Hi Guys

will be in WA next year with GPZ 7000. Just some advice please:
If Z was to break something what parts could I take to ensure I can still use it?

It is a long way to travel from Melbourne and Kalgoorlie will be closest main town to where I plan to be. Is there even a Minelab stockist there?
cheers

Greg pickshovel

Hi Greg,

Finders Keepers at 282 Hannan Street should cover everthing that you may need.

https://www.finderskeepersgold.com

Cheers

Doug

I looked at prices. I'm in shock. We have all the detectors for a lot cheaper.

#762

PhaseTech
Phase Technical
From: Adelaide, SA
Joined: 29 May 2014
Posts: 2,018
Phase Technical
25 February 2020 10:01 am

Prooz wrote:

Haha shouldn't laugh. Done that and don't want to do it to often, I don't think I've been that deep. yikes

My mate has been deeper. Crazy hole, I said if it was gold it would've been the biggest in SA history!


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#763

PhaseTech
Phase Technical
From: Adelaide, SA
Joined: 29 May 2014
Posts: 2,018
Phase Technical
10 March 2020 07:55 pm

Found some old footage that I filmed shortly after the Ground smoothing update had come out.

Last edited by PhaseTech (10 March 2020 08:08 pm)


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#764

Bigjilm
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11 March 2020 07:50 am

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PhaseTech wrote:
Prooz wrote:

Haha shouldn't laugh. Done that and don't want to do it to often, I don't think I've been that deep. yikes

My mate has been deeper. Crazy hole, I said if it was gold it would've been the biggest in SA history!

This one????


MInelab GP 3500:),walco pick,plastic scoop,pans,sieves and lots of patience;)

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#765

PhaseTech
Phase Technical
From: Adelaide, SA
Joined: 29 May 2014
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Phase Technical
11 March 2020 08:50 am

That's it man, and the one I dug at the "veggie" patch


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#766

Bigjilm
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From: Adelaide
Joined: 08 September 2013
Posts: 153
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11 March 2020 09:40 am

Veggie patch had a few deep excavations????


MInelab GP 3500:),walco pick,plastic scoop,pans,sieves and lots of patience;)

#767

Moneybox
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From: Cue, WA
Joined: 10 October 2014
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11 March 2020 12:17 pm

PhaseTech wrote:

It's times like this that I wished the 7000 didn't go so deep wink

Perhaps somebody buried their horse. There might be another three deep targets nearby... lol


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#768

LORD
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From: Roxby Downs, SA
Joined: 04 June 2016
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23 April 2020 09:47 pm

Any word or whispers when nugget finder will be bringing out aftermarket coil for the GPZ gold-nugget


GPZ 7000, SP01, Nox 800, GM 1000, Deteknix pin pointer, little ripper pick

#769

Elijah89
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Joined: 17 October 2019
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23 April 2020 10:13 pm

Will buy x-coils and be happy

#770

PeterInSa
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Joined: 27 December 2015
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24 April 2020 12:10 am

I'll wait for the NF smaller Z coil and then wait for an x-coil comparison.

#771

Dave79
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Joined: 30 May 2018
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24 April 2020 12:29 am

Elijah89 wrote:

Will buy x-coils and be happy

onya sonya!


Prospecting must be like fishing, the big one keeps getting away!

#772

Elijah89
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Joined: 17 October 2019
Posts: 8
Newbie
25 April 2020 05:56 am

Dave79 wrote:
Elijah89 wrote:

Will buy x-coils and be happy

onya sonya!

Go to sleep, MashOnya

#773

Евгений
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Joined: 14 January 2020
Posts: 45
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27 April 2020 09:23 pm

PeterInSa wrote:

I'll wait for the NF smaller Z coil and then wait for an x-coil comparison.

something long invents NF a new coil for Z.

#774

Евгений
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Joined: 14 January 2020
Posts: 45
Member
12 May 2020 06:49 pm

Friends.how do you think Sony headphones with Bluetooth connect to GPZ?


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