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Post  golddiggerdave on Fri May 18, 2012 12:18 pm

Hi All,

The Minelab CTX 3030 price and package details are now released and it is now available to pre-order at any of our 4 Miners Den Australia Stores. Please click the link or image below to view pricing and package details and to pre-order your CTX 3030 today.
http://www.bendigogold.com.au/products/minelab-metal-detectors/treasure-detectors/minelab-ctx-3030-metal-detector
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Good Luck and Happy Prospecting

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Post  philski on Fri May 18, 2012 6:01 pm

Thanks Dave, its slightly cheaper than i anticipated and would love one.
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Post  slimpickens on Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:52 pm


Overpriced *******. Useless as all coin machines for gold. A Fisher F5 will find just as much coins and jewellery for around $600.00 and is just as hopeless on gold. Anyone thinking of spending this kind of money on a gold detector can buy a Minelab Sd2200 and three different sized DD coils, and seriously go after gold. Totally overpriced ********* from Minelab as usual. I just hope you dealers aren't selling them as gold detectors to newbies as you know they won't penetrate our mineralised soils, that would be totally unethical and you know it! Sick of all the hype. What's that? It's waterproof to ten feet? Well bugger me backwards! You can buy a Fisher CZ21 for $1300 and take it down to 250 feet! $2700.00 what a ****!
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Post  Digginerup on Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:08 pm

Hey folks, Smile After carefull analysis of your subtle criticism my astute perception leads me to believe you may not be a fan of the CTX3030 Shiraz? lol! Has this machine been given time on the field to prove itself or is it that obvious on specs alone it will not perform on gold ground as you say? does it have any place in the gold seekers arsenal?
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Post  slimpickens on Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:24 pm

Hmm, very perceptive Diggenerup. It's a coin machine, no matter how many bells and whistles minelab attaches to it, it's just a coin machine.
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Post  mariner3800 on Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:33 pm


Hi Dave,

Just had a report from a client of mine today. His dad who lives down South West Vic purchased his 3030 a couple of weeks ago and it has already paid for itself. The beach he has been detecting has opened up and delivered to him and his CTX 3030 gold and diamond rings exceeding the value of his purchase.
This old guy is a seasoned prospector and treasure hunter and he told his son " It is the best treasure / relic detector he has ever owned ". I asked his son how many detectors he has had and the reply was more than 2 handfulls.

Just thought you would like to know

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Post  pipeclay on Wed Jul 04, 2012 10:09 pm

Many thanks. I still run a Xterra 70 and as a 'coin machine' its a killer on the beach. Be very interested to follw up your post with some tech and specs research.
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Post  golddiggerdave on Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:42 pm

Thanks for the feedback Peter. I've been out with the CTX 3030 a couple of times and have found a half penny and a sixpence in minerialised soil around Bendigo. It was also interesting that I was able to detect some flat lead at excellent depth. With the CTX 3030 having a manual ground balance I think it's going to be worth trying the unit on gold in trash laden areas. As soon as I've had time to test this I'll let you know what I think.

Most of the customers who have purchased this unit are making similar comments to the one you have posted, it really is the most advanced coin and treasure machine available.

Good Luck and Happy Prospecting
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Post  goldenbrown on Tue Aug 07, 2012 9:13 pm

golddiggerdave wrote:Thanks for the feedback Peter. I've been out with the CTX 3030 a couple of times and have found a half penny and a sixpence in minerialised soil around Bendigo. It was also interesting that I was able to detect some flat lead at excellent depth. With the CTX 3030 having a manual ground balance I think it's going to be worth trying the unit on gold in trash laden areas. As soon as I've had time to test this I'll let you know what I think.

Most of the customers who have purchased this unit are making similar comments to the one you have posted, it really is the most advanced coin and treasure machine available.

Good Luck and Happy Prospecting
GoldDiggerDave

Hi golddiggerdave, just like to know how you're going with the 3030 in the goldfields. I'm considering buying one but need info from someone using one in the goldfields.
Your feedback would be appreciated.
cheers goldenbrown...
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