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Minelab Go-Find 60 40 20 - New Minelab looks a Winner

Postby targets » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:12 pm

http://md-hunter.com/minelab-go-find-20-40-60-new-2015/

Minelab Go-Find 20-40-60 photo review. NEW 2015

Has anyone expected to see a square coil? And what about the metal detector which requires no assembly? Wireless connection. Discrimination and pinpoint modes, screen backlight. Watch the first photos, NEW Minelab Go-Find 20/40/60.

Important note… Minelab always places the logo on their detectors’ front panel. In this new product there is only a small logo on the arm-rest. It is highly likely that Minelab is planning to launch a separate Go-Find brand name and to sell the entry level metal detectors under it (not mixing with the already existing ones).

Update - Now Available on our MDF Auction ::g
Direct link here for Minelab Go-Find 20
Direct link here for Minelab Go-Find 40
Direct link here for Minelab Go-Find 60
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby targets » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:13 pm

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GO-FIND 20 is a GO-FIND 40 is a GO-FIND 60 is a
Worry-FREE choice Value-PLUS choice Search-MAX choice
Portability Collapsible Collapsible Collapsible
FIND modes 2 3 4
Search coverage Regular (8-inch coil) Large (10-inch coil) Large (10-inch coil)
Treasure View LEDs - 5 5
Backlight - YES YES
Sensitivity 3 Levels 4 Levels 5 Levels
Volume 5 Levels 5 Levels 5 Levels
Pinpoint - YES YES
Bluetooth® - YES YES
Smartphone App - Free App (Upgrade to Pro App is optional) Pro App
Smartphone holder - - YES
Digging tool - - YES
Earbuds - - YES
Batteries 4 x AA (not included) 4 x AA (not included) 4 x AA (not included)
Waterproof coil* YES YES YES
Weight 2.2 lbs / 1.0 kg 2.3 lbs / 1.06 kg 2.3 lbs / 1.06 kg
Length Collapsed: 21.9 in / 555 mm Extended: 51.4 in / 1305 mm
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby liamnolan » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:27 pm

Seems very inspired by the Deus design ... Liam :-/
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Titus Pantus » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:50 pm

I think I would have one of these.........
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Addicted to bleeps » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:53 pm

VERY cheap!

That surprises me.
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby targets » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:54 pm

once again we know nowt about the BT headphones but its a stylish design that should sell well depending on reviews of course and the price looks tempting too, $399 for the 60 model
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Addicted to bleeps » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:57 pm

MInelab photos make me want to be sick, though.

Always of middle class, perfect families having a jolly good time, with perfectly white teeth, and clothes. The dream life.

I'd like to see more realistic photos. The reality of it. That being mostly, middle aged bearded blokes, wading around in mud and horse snot, whilst swearing quite a bit, trying to avoid silage and bad weather.
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby clint » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:03 pm

Ha ya right Beeps...swearing,pooage and bad weather! Must be the UK dream...
I think they look awful!

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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Nailman » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:03 pm

Addicted to bleeps wrote:MInelab photos make me want to be sick, though.

Always of middle class, perfect families having a jolly good time, with perfectly white teeth, and clothes. The dream life.

I'd like to see more realistic photos. The reality of it. That being mostly, middle aged bearded blokes, wading around in mud and horse snot, whilst swearing quite a bit, trying to avoid silage and bad weather.


Totally agree ::g ::g
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Escudo » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:16 pm

I wondered how long it would take for detector design and weight to meet the needs of detectorists. Who wants to carry a heavy detector all day?
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby targets » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:40 pm

and a machine with 3 bits of tubing that needs joining together with locking clips who needs that ,maybe luddites :))
wifi machines will become more common
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby beaubrummell » Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:56 pm

Ugly looking bit of kit, but if it does the business its aesthetic qualities are immaterial I guess.
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby Egral » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:09 pm

The 'toyish' look supprised me at first but a foldaway, entry level machine [from £130] that will go onto wet, black sand! What's not to like? Great machine for the Missus and Grandkids. :D
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby slowsweep » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:27 pm

I think it looks pretty rad. Id buy 1 to keep in the boot ::g
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby vespaman » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:35 pm

Hawkers will love them easy to conceal see some more sites been pillaged
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby MarkSussex » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:37 pm

No different to a Deus tho as they fold up to nothing as well, so nothing's changed.

beachedbuddy wrote:Hawkers will love them easy to conceal see some more sites been pillaged
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby vespaman » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:52 pm

MarkSussex wrote:No different to a Deus tho as they fold up to nothing as well, so nothing's changed.

beachedbuddy wrote:Hawkers will love them easy to conceal see some more sites been pillaged


but the price if you were a hawker u would miss loosing ur 1k plus machine over a 200 quid machine &*(
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby MarkSussex » Mon Mar 02, 2015 4:00 pm

Good point ::g

beachedbuddy wrote:
MarkSussex wrote:No different to a Deus tho as they fold up to nothing as well, so nothing's changed.

beachedbuddy wrote:Hawkers will love them easy to conceal see some more sites been pillaged


but the price if you were a hawker u would miss loosing ur 1k plus machine over a 200 quid machine &*(
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Re: new minelab looks a winner

Postby mrix » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:22 pm

Its all personal preference I guess but to me that looks pretty futuristic and of a nice build quality, would be nice to handle / use one ::g B-)
Also nice to see new idea`s / models hitting the market B-)
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Re: Minelab Go-Find 20 - New Minelab looks a Winner

Postby lardbelly » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:28 pm

Like the look of it myself but then again i'm bloody trendy :D Looking at getting one for my son ::g
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