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Post  Travelergold on Mon Jul 29, 2019 10:56 am

I'm thinking, if there is an ausie made coil and they have been testing it in victoria for the last 12 months, then maybe it isn't up to scratch or doing any better than the current minelab coils. If it was then there would be more news and something available now..
For those that need different coils then they are out there in the form of the xcoils and they certainly are doing what they are supposed to do, find gold and at a deeper depth..

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Post  Kon61gold on Mon Jul 29, 2019 11:07 am

Either that or Minelab have (for whatever their reasons) chosen to take a different path.  At least someone other than Minelab is having a go at doing something about filling that void Travelergold, for it is quite clear that after 4.5 years down the track,  Minelab has no intention to, or they would have done so by now.  
Go X-Coils cheers T18 Q11 cheers

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Post  goldminer997 on Wed Jul 31, 2019 11:17 am

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A aussie made 14x7 this is a test coil works well on the the small stuff and tight areas.I have used both the Russian made 12ich  and this coil bigger things are yet to come
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Post  Kon61gold on Thu Aug 01, 2019 1:33 am

Very interesting goldminer. Looking at it from here, looks like the coil cable plug end, plugs straight into the control box housing?    
You say that this 14X7 inch elliptical, works well on the gram/sub gram targets? My next question is, how well does it compare to Minelabs original 14X13 or 12 inch round X-Coil, when chasing the smaller gram/sub gram gold? Looking forward to seeing/hearing more.

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Post  cobill on Thu Aug 01, 2019 2:15 am

Thanks for the post goldminer997. I just cancelled my X coil order and can't wait for this coil to be available in the USA! cheers
Any idea on when testing will be completed and coil production started?

Bill

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Post  Jen on Thu Aug 01, 2019 6:21 pm

goldminer997 wrote:New Gpz7000 Aussie made coil rumour  - Page 2 Coil10
A aussie made 14x7 this is a test coil works well on the the small stuff and tight areas.I have used both the Russian made 12ich  and this coil bigger things are yet to come

Thanks for the info  T06
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Post  DED Driver on Sun Aug 04, 2019 12:31 pm

If these or any (X-coils) aftermarket GPZ coils are lighter & cheaper than the Minelab Std issue, it wouldn't be the sole biggest issue as to if they are just 'better' ...  you have 2 bonus's to start with!
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Post  Kon61gold on Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:34 pm

G'day DED Driver, welcome to the forum.

Two bonus's to start with you have, but size/shape & weight factor alone, is not enough & I for one, would not have coughed out to the tune of $1200/$1500 for an aftermarket coil/s that performed to Identical standards as that of the 14X13 & or 19 inch Minelab coils alone, for that defeats the overall purpose of what I was after (meaning greater depth advantages) over the standard Minelab coils.
One word I should also mention here, is that the X-Coils (apart from their lighter weight) have been tried & proven to surpass that of the expectation of the original Minelab coil offerings, whereas this new lineup of aftermarket GPZ Coils, are still & by the looks of things, undergoing testing & yet to be proven performance wise, by the individual purchaser.
As for the cheaper part, money side of things, well, that too is yet to be confirmed.
Bottom line, GPZ 7000 users aren't after just the lighter weight side of things, but overall performance depth wise, over that of the 14X13 or 19 inch Minelab GPZ coil standards, but then again, I don't speak for the many.


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Post  Travelergold on Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:44 am

Agree 100% Kon, everybody I know is after depth and a coil that will handle the soil. Even if the xcoil was the same weight as the minelab coil, it is still a vast leap ahead.

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