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Is it really better? You decide!

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Some posters on other forums rightly questioned whether the Gold SPOT™ Treasure Scoop was really any better than a regular treasure scoop.  Well I already knew the answer to that question.  You see for a year I have been working on the Gold SPOT™ design.  I played with it I re-designed it, I proto-typed it 5 times.  I wanted a design that would speed up nugget recovery and make it easier to keep the nugget in the scoop and not lose it.

Remember, I'm the guy who had a catastrophic failure with the SAGA swing arm, and within days of release I recalled them all from the field.   They just did not perform as they were supposed to.  I went back to the drawing board and sunk thousands more dollars into re-designing and perfecting the SAGA™.  I won't sell something unless I know it is a significant improvement over anything on the market.

But just to show you what I already know, I decided to do a little impromptu video, an experiment.  The video is unedited, except for the very end where I panned across an invoice with a customer's address on it that was sitting on the shipping table, I clipped that out.  Watch the Gold SPOT™ in action and see what you think.

Not to over-hype the Gold SPOT™ but one of the unique features of this scoop is that you can "HEAR" the gold.  I know that sounds like an outrageous claim, but let me explain.  When you get down to a small amount of dirt in a regular scoop along with a nugget and you agitate the scoop back and forth, the nugget does nothing but slide back and forth on the smooth bottom of the scoop.  When you get down to a small amount of dirt in the Gold SPOT™ along with the nugget and you agitate the scoop the nugget rattles back and forth in the trough or channel clicking against the sides of the channel.  Cool, right? 

I know we are getting quite a few Gold SPOTs™ out in the field and I would like to hear some feedback.  Although if you are like me you are probably staying in out of the heat.  -Doc

 

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Hey Doc,

   I can tell you, I don't use the riffles much for gold nuggets detecting, but the SCOOP itself seems much stronger than the typical scoops on the market.  The G-Spot seems just a tad thinner and a tad deeper allowing a better digging tool.  I discarded my normal plastic scoop and solely using the G-Spot Scoop now.  Thanks for the great product!

Rob

 

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On 7/3/2020 at 7:51 PM, nuggethunting said:

Hey Doc,

   I can tell you, I don't use the riffles much for gold nuggets detecting, but the SCOOP itself seems much stronger than the typical scoops on the market.  The G-Spot seems just a tad thinner and a tad deeper allowing a better digging tool.  I discarded my normal plastic scoop and solely using the G-Spot Scoop now.  Thanks for the great product!

Rob

 

Rob did you mean a tad THICKER?  Rather than thinner?  My G-Spot scoop weighs more than the typical scoop.

Doc

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