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#1

karelian65
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24 July 2021 05:28 pm

It will be interesting to see if Garrett will add any accessory coils to the Goldmaster 24k. Nice to see them bring at least one White's machine back into production.1627108041_03-goldmaster24_1000x.jpg1627108054_1557000.b_480x480.jpg

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grubstake
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24 July 2021 06:18 pm

Good move! Owners of the Whites original version seemed unanimous in their praise and Garrett have never had a high frequency VLF of their own. This should give the Minelab Gold Monster a good run for its money, too.


Where it is, there it is.

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Groover
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30 July 2021 09:29 pm

I'm waiting too.Talked to Garrett head office Qld last Tuesday.They said that they are keen .As soon as they hear from the US. They will pass on the info to the public.I'll be after a 14 inch and a 4x6 coil when they come back out.

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karelian65
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02 August 2021 12:26 am

Loving the 6 inch concentric but just want to add a larger DD coil as well. I'm interested to see how things turn out. Doubt Garrett will bring out the GMX version, so it will remain a rare machine.1627824073_img_2060.jpg1627824088_6_inch_concentric.jpg

Again well done Garrett.... All the best.

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grubstake
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12 August 2021 11:51 am

There's some further info on the machine here, including a link to Garrett's training videos for it:
https://www.detectorprospector.com/foru … 4k-videos/


Where it is, there it is.

#6

Toysandthings
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21 August 2021 11:03 pm

Well this is something we have been eagerly waiting for.

Will be very happy to once again sell these detectors in Australia.

smile


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#7

Muddy
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30 August 2021 10:13 am

So this is a whites machine with a Garrett branding?

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mbasko
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30 August 2021 10:30 am

Garrett's purchased Whites a while back now after Whites announced they were closing down.
I think this is the first former Whites detector to be released under the Garrett brand name. Possibly more to come?


Everything we use comes from mining or farming.

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#9

NSS_Ian
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06 September 2021 10:32 pm

We are looking forward to receiving or 1st 24k Goldmaster this week @nightskysecrets in Cairns. I look forward to putting its through its paces, with some side by side tests ?

#10

Toysandthings
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15 September 2021 12:13 am

The Garrett Goldmaster24k is now available.

smile


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karelian65
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15 September 2021 12:29 am

Looks like Garrett is moving quickly to get these out to customers. The White's is a great machine, loving the GMX version. Now we just need more coils.. All the best.

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#12

NSS_Ian
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19 September 2021 07:43 am

As the Garrett dealer in Cairns FNQ we are pleased to add this detector to our range. We have been giving it a bit of a run and we are pretty happy with what we have seen so far. Just need to get it out in the goldfields for a couple of days and see how far it can be pushed in the mineralised soils. Looks like it will be a winner in the sub 0.5g range of pickers !

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karelian65
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27 September 2021 03:18 pm

Good to see a bit more on the machine in Australia.


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