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Post  monoandnan on Wed Feb 04, 2015 11:03 am

G/day All
             Had an email from the Prospectors Pick in Bunbury this morning advising that they are now taking orders for the new GPZ7000, they said it is going to be in the range of  $10,500 plus  affraid affraid affraid  Bloody hell I can buy 2  for that Shocked Shocked

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Post  slimpickens on Wed Feb 04, 2015 11:53 am

monoandnan wrote:G/day All
             Had an email from the Prospectors Pick in Bunbury this morning advising that they are now taking orders for the new GPZ7000, they said it is going to be in the range of  $10,500 plus  affraid affraid affraid  Bloody hell I can buy 2  for that Shocked Shocked

Mono.

Bit like playing poker isn't it? It would be at this point (price) that I would throw in my cards and say "deal me out"

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Post  rc62burke on Wed Feb 04, 2015 12:44 pm

monoandnan wrote:G/day All
             Had an email from the Prospectors Pick in Bunbury this morning advising that they are now taking orders for the new GPZ7000, they said it is going to be in the range of  $10,500 plus  affraid affraid affraid  Bloody hell I can buy 2  for that Shocked Shocked

Mono.

Gee Wizz

That seams a bit steep!!!!

I am interested in thoughts on the following, with the above speculated price of $10500, which to my way of thinking is way outside of the budget for most budget conscious persons starting out in this hobby!! What is the likelihood of Minelab continuing to produce & sell the GPX5000???? to me if the above price is true or even +- $1000, then Minelab will leave a huge gap in their market share if they do not continue with the GPX5000, just going on the current RRP GPX5000 $6500 +- SDC2300 $3995, so if they discontinued the GPX5000 there would be a gap of $6500 there about between the GPZ7000 & the SDC2300.

SDC2300 = $3995.
GPX5000 = $6500.

GPZ7000 = $10500 (speculation)

To me having 3 "High Performance" detectors available to increase the choice to consumers makes perfect business sense & will make a big difference to the dealers trying to sell these things, just my thoughts.
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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:02 pm

Hell, that is steep. It would have to live up to the add that says it will go 40% deeper that 5000 and the 4500, and that is in highly mineralized ground to. 
I am waiting for some reports when it comes out from respected operators that it is what the add claims is the case.  If i can beat my cancer and can get lucky enough with surgery and out again, we have a honey spot that  we are hanging out to get back to.
will then be purchasing a new machine for this area.
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Post  slimpickens on Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:15 pm

travelergold wrote:Hell, that is steep. It would have to live up to the add that says it will go 40% deeper that 5000 and the 4500, and that is in highly mineralized ground to. 
I am waiting for some reports when it comes out from respected operators that it is what the add claims is the case.  If i can beat my cancer and can get lucky enough with surgery and out again, we have a honey spot that  we are hanging out to get back to.
will then be purchasing a new machine for this area.
TG

That's not good TG, hope you beat it, and then find some big ones. Cheers Harry
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Post  hotrock on Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:24 pm

it would be good to take it to an area that once produced stacks of gold nuggets but has totally been cleaned out of the past 20 years by dectectorists and is no longer giving up any nuggets and see how much gold it can find, if it really can go 40% deeper then it should find heaps of nuggets .

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Post  papoutsi on Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:37 pm

Over 10 grand that's steep if it right ! Counts me out. My take up golf . I would have to start selling body parts to get even close to that . Pap

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Post  redback on Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:48 pm

Hey Papoutsi what would a 64 year old KIdney be worth. One Owner, Urgent sale saving up for a new Detector.
Maybe I should go to Items Wanted or For Sale. lol!
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Post  papoutsi on Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:15 pm

Redback not sure if there's a body part section on gumtree? Your kidneys Redback would be in top condition l am sure ! I have relatives l could sell. Pap

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Post  alchemist on Wed Feb 04, 2015 3:36 pm

whew that's 11,000 NZ$
7.5 ounces of yellow to the best buyer. pale

All depends upon under what conditions does the 40% extra depth occur, if it's only in very hot ground that it creams all over the 5000 then I'll be keeping what I have including my gold.
Although If the 3 Pros are unimpressed with it's performance then maybe it likes quieter ground and will be best suited to the US and NZ. (Steve Herschbach seems mighty impressed)

Price is a disappointment 10 grand mark is a bit of a psychological barrier, they should've kept it under.
$9,995 sounds a whole lot better. maybe ?

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Post  Wombat on Wed Feb 04, 2015 4:43 pm

Hi Guys.
The 18th of this month, you will know the price and the date of it's release. Thats 2 weeks from now.
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Post  Redfin on Wed Feb 04, 2015 4:45 pm

papoutsi wrote:Over 10 grand that's steep if it right ! Counts me out. My take up golf
2k for a decent set of clubs.
5-15k to join a half decent club. [that's every year]
$100 every time you play.
and then there is the 19th hole, and the cab ride home.
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Post  davsgold on Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:09 pm

monoandnan wrote:G/day All
             Had an email from the Prospectors Pick in Bunbury this morning advising that they are now taking orders for the new GPZ7000, they said it is going to be in the range of  $10,500 plus  affraid affraid affraid  Bloody hell I can buy 2  for that Shocked Shocked

Mono.

G'day Mono

It's fair enough to for them to be taking pre orders, but I'm a bit surprised that they are the only ones with advanced notice of a price, my understanding is that all info and price etc will be released after a certain meeting in the USA and until then I think they should not be mentioning price because they don't really know.

Are they using softening up tactics or scare tactics affraid

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:51 pm

Hi Dave
That particular company has representatives at the conference so may be they are privy to the price..but yes wait and see...

As far as WA dealers go I'm the only one that isnt over there due to work committments and i'm saving me money for the new machine..

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Post  Paul.S on Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:55 pm

It actually states that It will be above 10500 grand. Liked to know Jonathan's opion on this and claim of up to 40% increase in depth? The flyer has your name on it next to the blurb on how much you found Laughing  come on Jonathan.

This will really separate the boys from??????

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Post  davsgold on Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:58 pm

oneday69 wrote:Hi Dave
That particular company has representatives at the conference so may be they are privy to the price..but yes wait and see...

As far as WA dealers go I'm the only one that isnt over there due to work committments and i'm saving me money for the new machine..

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Whatdaya mean Ray, Minelab never offered to fly you over to the conference, you betta put that in ya report mate. Laughing Laughing Laughing

And yep if "That particular company" is over there maybe there have been some leaks, I guess we will all know soon enough ay.

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Post  Paul.S on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:09 pm

That's a lot of money, they'd want to have there facts straight about there claims and where they achieved them. Makes you wonder, up to 40% increase is massive where did this come from? 10 to 20 I could bye 40% is incredible.

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Post  G.B. on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:16 pm

Paul.S wrote:It actually states that It will be above 10500 grand. Liked to know Jonathan's opion on this and claim of up to 40% increase in depth? The flyer has your name on it next to the blurb on how much you found Laughing  come on Jonathan.

This will really separate the boys from??????

Mate give it a break will you JP has only just today stated his position on releasing info and I'm sure you are aware of.  So in the meantime why don't you post up a few informative interesting posts for us to read and add to your 2 previous posts oops 3 now
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Post  hotrock on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:21 pm

The GPZ 7000 will probably cause a lot of divorces when the husbands come home with their new detector and the wives find the $10,000 price tag. What a Face affraid

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Post  slimpickens on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:32 pm

My aunt’s friend Cheryl reckons it will cost $6995.   Slim. GPZ7000 Price Shhhhh-smiley-emoticon
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Post  kon61 on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:36 pm

$10,000+ hey? Shocked Even more reason,to be absolutely certain,that it runs rings around the GPX 5000,before buying.

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Post  Paul.S on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:39 pm

Did I get your noise out of joint???? sorry.........I just sat down to read my emails and this was at the top, I thought it was informative and know I don't know Jonathan's stance, you put your name on it and i'll ask you. Goes with the territory G.B and that's 4 posts now.
Gotta love the internet.......

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Post  joe82 on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:42 pm

the smart ones will wait for the rush to end and then buy Shocked wont be in my shed im happy with the 5k, just standard over pricing by minelab Embarassed and can anyone tell me why im hearing this thing has only 2 coils????

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:47 pm

For all you older gents how about this:

Keep your 5000 and head out bush in one of these for $10,000.

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Jaguar S Type 2001

For us Victorians that would exclude half of Daylesford and about 15 percent of the rest.

And you wont have to dig deep holes.


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Post  slimpickens on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:47 pm

joe82 wrote:the smart ones will wait for the rush to end and then buy Shocked wont be in my shed im happy with the 5k, just standard over pricing by minelab Embarassed and can anyone tell me why im hearing this thing has only 2 coils????
Last I heard, it's only got 1 coil Joe. The 14" round DD. Cheers, Slim
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Post  joe82 on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:51 pm

bloody hell affraid are the gpx coils going to fit?????

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:00 pm

I heard it comes with 5 1/2 coils and a gift voucher for a chopper company so you can hang it underneath and use em all at once Razz

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Post  G.B. on Wed Feb 04, 2015 7:04 pm

Paul.S wrote:Did I get your noise out of joint???? sorry.........I just sat down to read my emails and this was at the top, I thought it was informative and know I don't know Jonathan's stance, you put your name on it and i'll ask you. Goes with the territory G.B and that's 4 posts now.
Gotta love the internet.......

Read JP replies in the Topic GPZ7000 What will you do
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Post  ttrash on Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:07 pm

joe82 wrote:bloody hell affraid are the gpx coils going to fit?????



Joe GPX Coils wont fit - supposedly 14" DD as stated & at some stage an 18" DD
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Post  Inhere on Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:21 pm

Looney wrote:For all you older gents how about this:

Keep your 5000 and head out bush in one of these for $10,000.

GPZ7000 Price Cp487410
Jaguar S Type 2001

For us Victorians that would exclude half of Daylesford and about 15 percent of the rest.

And you wont have to dig deep holes.
Cost yer $10,000 in repairs a year! Rolling Eyes
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