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    New Minelab GPZ 7000!

    The rumors are not rumors any more! I know this made it to the gold hunting forum, thought I'd share it here. At this point I know nothing more than whats in this teaser ad.

    Anyhow, as a GPX 5000 relic hunter I'm really curious to see how well it does in the relic fields!

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    Featherdfishead

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    Nice! Although fine print says water proof to 1M - 3ft come on
    Last edited by Featherdfishead; Jan 30, 2015 at 11:33 PM.

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    I'm not so sure anyone would take this diving....

    And in the rain it would be fine.

    I sure wish my GPX was weatherproof somedays!

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    I wonder when the next e-trac modification will be introduced. I believe it has been around for six years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor of Engineering View Post
    I wonder when the next e-trac modification will be introduced. I believe it has been around for six years.
    It's called the CTX

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    Georgia Red

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    New Minelab GPZ 7000!

    That's just bad to the bone! A CTX and GPX had a baby! I saw Steve talking about wanting this on another forum.

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    Fletch you know where I want to try one!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason in Enid View Post
    It's called the CTX
    Yep, that's it!

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    Fort Bedford when is the roll out date ?
    Now that the dirty work is done all's that is left is the digging

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    They haven't given us a date just yet.... the only details released are what you see above. Hopefully soon - I want to try one in a relic patch!

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    Am I correct in assuming that it's a PI detector? Any price estimate yet? What size coil is that and will it find small, rice grain size gold too?
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    Cudamark - all of the details aren't yet released, even to the dealers. Hopefully real soon, though!

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    Jarhead

    Feb 2013
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    Love seeing new models! Far too rare in the Metal Detector industry



    SNEAK PEEK MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON! Please note price not currently available.
    Minelab GPZ 7000 Metal Detector
    NEW GOLD TECHNOLOGY - UP TO 40% DEEPER*
    *When compared to the average performance of the GPX 5000 in testing environments. Actual performance depends on prevailing conditions

    • Extreme Gold Depth
    • Maximum Gold Sensitivity
    • Precision Ground Balance
    • Enhanced Noise Immunity
    • Simple Menu System
    • Wireless Audio Freedom
    • GPS Locating and PC Mapping
    • Weatherproof Detecting (GPZ 14 coil fully waterproof to 1m)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Featherdfishead View Post
    Nice! Although fine print says water proof to 1M - 3ft come on
    Actually it says the GPZ 14 COIL is waterproof to 1M - 3ft.

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    Looks like it going to be another gold machine. Interesting that it's kind of in the design of the CTX but isn't waterproof. I wonder what the reason was for that? I haven't heard of that new ZVT technology either, or how it compares with VLF or PI.
    "jus cuz it's wrote down, don't make it so"

 

 
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