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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #25 on: March 07, 2015, 18:07 »
entry level detectors aimed at new people getting into the hobby ,,, is what they are and what minelab say they are ,,, 
They look good ,, and perfect for the kids and adults getting into the hobby with limited outlay ,  one coil is all thats needeed imo for  beginner hobbyists ,,, 
Im interested in the 60 ,, but ill wait to see how it performs against a ace 250 with its many coil options , 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #26 on: March 07, 2015, 18:32 »
Official Minelab release for the Go-Find series, including product brochures and instructions.  Interestingly the release date for Oz is in May, yet US has been quoted for March.  Go-Find 20 has an 8" coil, whereas the 40 & 60 have 10" coils, screen backlighting comes with the 40 & 60.

http://www.minelab.com/aus/consumer/knowledge-base/news?article=264803
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #27 on: March 07, 2015, 18:45 »
don't like the look of them, looks like cheap plastic. would be half decent in the whole thing was waterproof but only the coil is.
any info on the prices yet?
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #28 on: March 07, 2015, 19:00 »
The 20 was $160 US Dollars to $600 US for the 60 . Which is cheap in the entry level range , would be something my Grandson can use .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #29 on: March 07, 2015, 19:04 »
don't like the look of them, looks like cheap plastic. would be half decent in the whole thing was waterproof but only the coil is.
any info on the prices yet?

So you have had one in your hands so as to make such an assumption????

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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #30 on: March 07, 2015, 19:08 »
In he vid link the ML guy says between around $150 US to $300 US across the range....Aussie pricing...who knows. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #31 on: March 07, 2015, 19:45 »
Sorry my mistake .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #32 on: March 07, 2015, 20:40 »
don't like the look of them, looks like cheap plastic. would be half decent in the whole thing was waterproof but only the coil is.
any info on the prices yet?

If the whole thing was stainless steel and watertight would you then complain about the price. Think where these are sitting on the market between $100 to $300 us dollars then compare oranges with oranges. Don't compare them to the garret at's for waterproofing, don't compare them  to the deus's for portability they are in a totally different price range.

We need to remember this, if they were in the same price range as the minelab 3030 I would be bagging them out too without ever having seen one.
Don't ever go off what you think they looked like it always backfires, like the time I went into a workmates yard to get him for work, he had a standard poodle turns out poodles aren't gay dogs and will run away from you when you squint at them.

Pls note I always cross the street now when I see a poodle, never make eye contact with them you will regret it.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #33 on: March 08, 2015, 07:20 »
All i need to do with one to see if its robust is put it down in front of 5 grandkids and say who wants to go 1st, then step back, if theres anything left of it after that it will survive anything.

I have 2 machines that arn't waterproof so i carry a plastic shopping bag with me, incase i get caught out, there are lots of covers for most machines available, i bet its not long and this one will have one (get the sowing machine out Detrack). If i want to get very wet i take the Excal II out, the CTX3030 handles torrential rain and has been for a swim, my Garrett AT Pro would handle everything, never thought i would miss a machine but that one i do, if someone can match that with a cheap compact they would sell heaps.

I had a mate say my Tejon looks like a toy, he now knowes it doesnt play like one.


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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #34 on: March 17, 2015, 14:36 »
Coming soon,
We will just have to wait for more specifications.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #35 on: April 02, 2015, 10:48 »
I have the 60 in my sights when it comes out but if it cant pick up a Dollar at 4 in then the UK Pound wont be any different and I will cancel it. That and the recovery speed are important for what I have in mind.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #36 on: April 02, 2015, 11:32 »
A mate who wants to get into detecting went into his closest detecting shop
and they told him available end of may .......?
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #37 on: April 03, 2015, 08:41 »
I heard mid April .
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #38 on: April 04, 2015, 18:42 »
Looking at that UK you tube clip of the Go-find in action, it didn't seem to have very good recovery speed during testing, I hope the production models will be a lot better.  Might sit out on purchasing one till they are released and put through their paces just to be sure.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #39 on: April 05, 2015, 06:03 »
I think they will be OK on air tests but not so deep in the ground , I find that with the Terra a bit . But on beaches or at least stony ones they seem to be deep.
The Go Find having a concentric coil doesn't help.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #40 on: June 12, 2015, 19:37 »
Just gave my Go-Find 60 a quick test run between this relentless drizzle we have been having up here.Took it to the playground across the road where I have seen an 'oldie' detecting recently (man did he look the part serious detector, digging tools etc).
Here is what I think.
The pinpoint feature is bang on every time I can dig a hole 30mm in diameter and recover the target even tested with metal digging probe and quickly hit the target. the Go-Find's are defiantly a good beginner detector (I am getting back into this hobby) but I can see these being keepers as it is much more than just a toy. I like the 4 find modes as they are straight forward and seem more logical that some others I have looked at. Discriminate works well but I feel that it's discrimination works parallel with sensitivity settings and is also stepped, not 100% sure yet will test further as I get more comfortable with it. Balance feels good. tried a few speeds and if I go a bit quick there a few false signals but still easy enough to tell false from positive. does get a bit if interference from metal play equipment (< 400mmm) but dropping the sensitivity down low gets rid if it.
Bluetooth connecting wasn't on the instructions but soon found the how to on the app itself. Have not used the app in the field yet.
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pinpoint feature, the 4 discrimination levels, how quickly and compact it folds down. App has instructions so easy reference in the field. Backlight is adjustable through the app. Volume adjustment is good with plenty of volume through the speakers.
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when folded it sits best / most stable with the display facing down which will ruin the screen. Forearm strap is too small for my arm (only just wraps enough for the Velcro to grip. Possibility of the display panel locking and releasing feature (to raise and lower) being damaged easily if not done properly they even have a big warning sticker on it when you take it out of the box which means they know if this issue already
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #41 on: June 17, 2015, 23:13 »
I echo a few of the good and bad points on the Go-find 60, those who are used to a solid detect with a sturdy metal shaft may be put off by the build of this detector.  Although I found a lot of the plasticky noises coming from the extended shaft were actually from the coil cable knocking about inside vs plastic on plastic movement.

Time will tell on the extendable ratchet armrest, get some dirt/sand in there and it could lead to premature wear of the plastic notches, would have preferred a more positive locking spring loaded catch of sorts .  Also the bottom section of the shaft locks in without a camlock, I can also see this coming to grief in the long term with ingress of foreign material - Minelab, please add a camlock to the bottom shaft!

Hopefully a lot of the plastic parts on the go-find series will be easily changed out and replaced from Minelab should undue wear take its toll, yet to hear of any spares being available so soon after release.

Probably one of the best features as mentioned above is the pinpoint mode, I like the fact that it is not a momentary switch ( like on an Ace 250), enabling it to also be used for scanning in all-metal for short periods.
Another good feature is the LED indicator strip above the screen, for both pinpointing and picking up targets with no audio or with the screen backlight off at night.  The square concentric coil does take some getting used to after running DD coils for so long, put that down to lack of detector time.

Desperately needs a factory screen cover, though I'm sure aftermarket makers will find a niche market for that.

I think it will face stiff opposition from Fisher's new F-series detectors, and Whites new budget range, especially the Fisher F44 which is loaded with features and is weatherproof.  It is rumoured Garrett will also be releasing a new budget line up, though not confirmed.

In saying all that, I do have to remind myself that it is a budget detector specifically aimed at today's youth, so one cannot expect Etrac build nor an abundance of features.  My 60 travels with me in the car as a backup or for spur of the moment hunts during my travels. :)


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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #42 on: June 18, 2015, 06:52 »
Good fair review write up there gold pick .. I would be careful about extending and contracting the machine when it has sand or dirt on it .. The shaft etc on the CTX is quite similar in some ways .. But being a rubbery type of plastic in some areas as well as carbon fibre .. The CTX  wears slightly over time and use ... So I'm wondering as well on some of the hard plastic components .. But I can see how it may be more focused towards the younger market , not keen on the four icon target display myself and it keeps me from purchasing one .. But maybe after I have a swing of one I may change my mind!


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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #43 on: June 21, 2015, 11:55 »
who said they heard of people finding gold with the new go find detectors and where did you get your info from ,emubob
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #44 on: June 21, 2015, 21:00 »
Gold pick, pretty much ditto for everything you said. It cost me $100 to upgrade the kids 305 with the bonus of me being able to take it bush when I'm hiking. Now I'm not so sure as the ratchet armrest is definately not made for the bush. It kinda feels like it's going to break extending it. Other then that I really enjoy using it and will eventually give it a go in some rough terrain. The kids are finding it a lot easier to use both function wise and weight. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2015, 18:55 »
Looking at buying a Go Find 60 just want to know how they sound/read on a beer twist top.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #46 on: July 29, 2015, 21:42 »
One of our prospecting members has just got a 40. It will be at our next campout so i guess we will find out then. Marksman has used one for a while but i don't know if he will see your post.
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #47 on: July 30, 2015, 12:27 »
Not to worry tried one today and they come in as a high value item/coin. Bugger. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #48 on: August 18, 2015, 02:17 »
I got $400 back on my tax, so I used it to purchase a Go-Find 60. Tried it at a tot-lot yesterday and in a few minutes, I had a couple of coins. Seemed to pinpoint easy and the discrimination was good. I'll be looking to try it on wet sand, next. I like its portability and light weight, but it does feel a bit flimsy. Apart from that, it's a great switch on and detect machine. I haven't tried the smartphone app yet. 
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Re: Any Info on the Go-Find 20, 40, 60?
« Reply #49 on: November 25, 2015, 03:20 »
Finally tried the Go Find 60 on wet sand and it found a large sinker at about 8 inches, then a coke can at over 12 inches. Only found coins in the dry sand so far. Fairly quiet beaches around here. I'm off to the big smoke (Adelaide) in mid December, so I'll try some of their beaches.
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Started by ianw on Minelab

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Last post October 14, 2014, 13:28
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