Minelab Eureka Gold VS GPX 4800 GPX 5000

Minelab Eureka Gold versus MInelabs GPX 4800 and GPX 5000

The Minelab Eureka Gold is not designed to compete with these Minelab  GPX detectors, which are in a much much higher price range.  The GPX 4800 and GPX 5000 will be beyond the financial ability of some, however their revolutionary technology enables them to have GREAT depth advantages over EVERY detector including the Eureka Gold, except for very tiny nuggets.  In mineralised goldfield conditions, the Minelab GPX4800 and GPX5000 detectors have roughly twice the depth on nuggets from two to four grams, and three times the depth on nuggets of around two ounces or more.  The GPX series depth advantage increases as ground mineralisation increases and nugget size increases.  It is significant that

EVERY professional I know has a GPX detector.  If you wish to know more about them, please read here.  The Minelab GPX 4800 and GPX 5000 series is easier to use than the Eureka Gold in the sense that they essentially make no noises except when passing over metal. They do not respond to hot rocks and most ground noises like the VLF detectors do. The GPX detectors can find gold in ground that has been previously searched by a Eureka Gold machine if the ground has some depth to it. But all that being said keep in mine you could buy around 5 Eureka Golds for the same price it would cost to get you just one GPX 4800 or GPX 5000

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