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Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« on: February 19, 2015, 21:48 »
Does anyone know what they will be?
Hopefully something to compare to the Garrett At's, Hoping anyways.
They will be released in April I read on one statement from them, will see then I guess.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2015, 01:07 »
They could be upgraded Exterra 305's 505's and 705's , makeing a good thing better .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2015, 11:56 »
Hi Guys,
Wow what a launch of Minelabs new Go Find 60. I would like to be able to play music like that on on my coils. it sounds like it will be hard to BBeeeaaattt, I think Minelab needs symphony for such an ad.
For a retail price U.S $300, light weight, and compact 2.3 lbs a backlight auto tracking g.b. collapsible, single frequency, with a concentric coil and a 7.8 khz.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2015, 13:14 »
Hmm this might be my next machine after i do a bit more research and more info comes to hands, exit the Tejon maybe......


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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2015, 17:41 »
The Go Find looks ultra basic ....I don't know if they will be a replacement for the X-terras...they look just too simple, too 'Kiddy'.


As I am watching the Detect America vid link it came to me that companies like Coiltek who have had a close association with ML for several years are going to be impacted in a great way as it appears that the aftermarket coil options for the newer machines are going to be limited or non existent if they are 'self contained' units.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #6 on: March 04, 2015, 20:50 »
Well I've been reading up on them and love the look, how it compacts up and the price. Will probably get the 60.
 Would be nice to have, as I work away a lot and by the looks of it it can be thrown in my bag while away working and kept in the car when I am at home. Might be just the detector to start my 6 year old on too.
Don't think it will match my garrett pro and gold but it will beat it in the area of I can always have it on me which hopefully will result in more fun and more finds..

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #7 on: March 05, 2015, 00:49 »
They look a bit to gimmicky for me , I like a detector to look like a detector not something from a Transformer Movie , though I can see the merit in something that is compact to store and carry , would be a boon for someone that uses a motorcycle or pushbike for transport or even the public transport system .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #8 on: March 05, 2015, 01:37 »
From the vid clip I think they were talking around $100 to $300 US across the range.  Apparently much more basic operations than the Xterra series (with less direct user options) but just as capable as the standard basic factory Xterra's running factory settings .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #9 on: March 05, 2015, 10:56 »
Yeah that's  why i like it because of the size of it. So many sites i work at when i am in my home town i would love to grab a detector out of the work truck and have a quick look during smoko. Can't pack the garret at with the big nel coil in the ute it would just be taking the piss a little too much.
 I also like that it's a reputable company making them if it wasn't one of the big guys i wouldn't touch it.
Would be great to lend to mates who are having a go too, when i try to explain the garrett they look at me very blankly. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #10 on: March 05, 2015, 11:23 »
I would like it for my backpack, as i may be doing some mountain biking into spots that you cant drive into and are bit far to walk, then again a long hike with it in a pack and set up a camp for a few days, this would be ideal.

Couldnt give a shag what it looks like as long as its functional read compact and it works.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #11 on: March 05, 2015, 21:51 »
had a look at gofind 40, today air test is about 4inches on a dollar coin..... not very deep
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #12 on: March 05, 2015, 23:39 »
I was hoping they were going to build a cheaper multi frequency unit to replace the xterra.  Not happy that they built some toys instead. Wake up Mine lab the Russians are coming.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #13 on: March 06, 2015, 07:11 »
I think the cheaper range of multifrequency is the Minelab Safari which has replaced the Explorer but still comes in at up to $1300 retail new (uses same coils as explorer and etrac).  If you spot a second hand explorer SE or Safari, they can be had for anywhere from $700 onwards and would be a great step up from the xterra series.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #14 on: March 06, 2015, 10:13 »
I was hoping they were going to build a cheaper multi frequency unit to replace the xterra.  Not happy that they built some toys instead. Wake up Mine lab the Russians are coming.

Please link to where you have the information from that these are toys, and also any other relevant information you have to prove they are nothing but junk.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #15 on: March 06, 2015, 11:31 »
I think the sentiment is that that the design looks more gimmicky and toy like than traditional detectors and the main market for these has been stated that its for younger kids so maybe that goes with the design too.....dunno.
As far as air tests, not really the best method of comparison.  Detectors behave differently in varied soil conditions and that is the only real test you should be concerned with (goes for any detector).
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #16 on: March 06, 2015, 11:56 »
If thought of as a toy then expand the use of this "toy" with a connected smartphone.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #17 on: March 06, 2015, 12:03 »
I dont know where this designed for kids comes into it when a man of 6"3 has no problems extending the shaft to accommodate. Sure they had a picture of a kid holding one, but it didnt say designed for kids, thats just Minelabs marketing toward the family orientated idea. As for air testing? i dont put any relevance in that ever.

Lets wait and see what it does before casting stones at it, if you dont like the looks you are never going to like the machine, having played no name ugly guitars that sound better than big name ones, i learnt a long time ago not to look at the brand on the headstock or what it looks like, wait till you play the thing see if the feel suits and the sound is right.

So far i like that it packs away very small and is light, i dont like that the control is not at least water resistant.

The only other thing i have heard about it is that its sturdy, and it picked up all the signals in a test a guy witnessed in the U.S.A. These are also an entry level machine, but having said that i have seen a Garrett Ace 250 clean up, and thats as entry as you can get  (barring Dicks and Aldi etc) its the guy shooting the thing that gets it to work.

Looks a great machine to leave in the car or wack in the backpack and take up no room.

I will reserve my opinion until someone actually owns one and the real field test stories come forward then i will start from there with more research.

If i did buy one i would go the 60 ;)

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #18 on: March 06, 2015, 13:04 »
It looks unusual compared to most mainstream detectors ! it has a waterproof coil to 2ft , but the handset is not waterproof , which is not much of a problem as there are purpose built machines for that . As some have mentioned , coil choices ? And a design element missed ! How about a stand ! I wouldn't want to put it down only to fall over whilst retrieving a find , but besides all that for the price point , it is stepping into the Ace 250  ground of a good switch on and go machine , auto ground balance and tracking , and the Bluetooth option on the 60 . With M/L dealers all over Australia it will be everywhere like a plague of rabbits . I am beginning to take a liking for it , just wish it had more coils , I use a 15"DD Coiltec on my Exterra 705 and the elliptical coil and the concentric coil only need a 6" now , for all the different situations i need .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #19 on: March 06, 2015, 13:09 »
I think you said it spot on Tony. 
Minelab now have the whole field covered, I think it was a good move. 4 inches i hope your wrong maybe sensitivity was at the lowest or any factor.
Portability, price, ease of use and weight what more could you want for an entry level detector. Remember this is competing with the ace 150/250. Not a 3030
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« Reply #20 on: March 06, 2015, 13:48 »
It looks unusual compared to most mainstream detectors ! it has a waterproof coil to 2ft , but the handset is not waterproof , which is not much of a problem as there are purpose built machines for that . As some have mentioned , coil choices ? And a design element missed ! How about a stand ! I wouldn't want to put it down only to fall over whilst retrieving a find , but besides all that for the price point , it is stepping into the Ace 250  ground of a good switch on and go machine , auto ground balance and tracking , and the Bluetooth option on the 60 . With M/L dealers all over Australia it will be everywhere like a plague of rabbits . I am beginning to take a liking for it , just wish it had more coils , I use a 15"DD Coiltec on my Exterra 705 and the elliptical coil and the concentric coil only need a 6", for different situations needed .

You would hope they bring out more coils, maybe they will, the frequency is a single 7.8khz, auto sense GB and the weight 1kg, i think this thing might go off. My wife is petite and struggles with any of my machines, this might be the one she can use, so another bonus, she can come out with me. I have grand kids that could use it with out struggling, for me it would be a secondary machine thats as i have said lives in the car.

As said in the video i just watched, some think it looks like a toy, this is not a toy.

I think you said it spot on Tony.
Minelab now have the whole field covered, I think it was a good move. 4 inches i hope your wrong maybe sensitivity was at the lowest or any factor.
Portability, price, ease of use and weight what more could you want for an entry level detector. Remember this is competing with the ace 150/250. Not a 3030

Yes someone said it detects a $1 coin to 4" in an air test, thats not a test of a machines ability in my opinion, so i have to take that with a grain of salt.

I love researching machines, some i dont end up touching after initially thinking this is the one, only time and testing and more information will tell.

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #21 on: March 06, 2015, 15:00 »
In the youtube vid where the guys were chatting with the ML guy he said that it was aimed towards families (and kids) to get into the hobby which is where my comment comes from. 
In the same vid it was already mentioned that much of the tech in these things stems from the xterra series so would expect somewhat similar performance its just that it is likely (from the lack of user controlled adjustments) that it has been set up as a basic detector where you don't need to get into the nitty gritty of settings to make it work so anyone can use it...kind of like the Apple of detecting I guess.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #22 on: March 06, 2015, 15:35 »
Yes its family orientated marketing but the machine isnt a toy as some seem to think.

I was looking at a Garrett ACE 350 to store in the car and for the wife to use, its only for quick recces to areas you spot in your travels, i always used to have a machine on board but now i dont due to room contraints..

Some say its Vflex so that means you can change the frequency by changing the coils, but there is no mention of change over coils, so you have a single frequency machine at 7.8khz that has automatic ground balance and weights 1kg and thats about all we know.

If i want to hammer a place i will just take the 3030 this is just a backup machine i am looking at and may never even purchase. At the moment i just keep using the Tejon

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #23 on: March 07, 2015, 00:39 »
Starting to change my mind on this as I like its portability and no weight and the price should kill off the Ace250 which is already dying due to exact Chinese copies, the Fisher f2 and the Eurotek Pro from Teknetics. Might get a go find 20 for my daughter instead of the Tesoro compadre. Heck I could buy the most expensive one and have it pay for itself in a few months. Would be good to know how its reaction speed is - I hope its Deus like. Maybe Minelab are going to make reasonably priced ergonomic machines in the future - who knew. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #24 on: March 07, 2015, 08:27 »
During the interview from
Minelab in the video , they state it has light night fast recovery speed


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