Minelab GPX 6000 Metal Detector - Pre-Order Available Now!

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Hello All,

   Well we all know there is an exciting new detector soon to be released here in the United States, the Minelab GPX 6000 Metal Detector.  There will be worldwide demand and probably shortages of this unit when it's first released, so we are taking pre-paid, pre-orders now.  If you pre-order in advance with us, you will be insured a unit before anyone else  that has not pre-paid.  

Here is some information on the new GPX 6000 coming soon -

Pre-Order today from Rob's Detector Sales - https://www.robsdetectors.com/minelab-gpx-6000-metal-detector-pre-order-now/  

15% Military Discounts will be available (proof required), Lifetime Support, Free Shipping/Insurance within the US and Arizona Field Training (must be scheduled).  

GeoSense-PI™ technology precisely analyses gold signals and eliminates ground signals, so you’ll be able to hear all gold pieces clearly.  


Minelab’s GPX 6000 includes loud and clear audio. Choose between the in-built speaker or wireless audio with the new ML100 aptX™ Low Latency Bluetooth™ headphones. With GPX 6000, you’ll never miss out on the sound of gold.


Minelab’s GPX 6000 features three coil options: the GPX11″ Monoloop coil for versatile gold hunting, the GPX14″ Double-D coil to detect gold accurately even in salty environments, and the GPX17″ Elliptical coil, to find large gold nuggets at greater depth. All coils are waterproof to 1 m (3 ft).


Minelab’s GPX 6000 is built to last. Tested in the harsh environments of gold fields worldwide, the GPX 6000 can withstand extreme heat and heavy rains with waterproof coils and a splash-proof control box. A 3 year warranty is included, backed by Minelab’s global support.


Minelab’s GPX 6000 is the perfect balance of performance and ergonomics. Its ultra light carbon fibre shafts means you can swing it all day long, and it packs down to a small 76 cm (30 in) so it will fit into your backpack. Never carry two detectors again to find big and small gold.


The GPX 6000 weighs only 2.3 kg (5.1 lb), featuring carbon fibre shafts, streamlined control box, and signature U-Flex™ armrest – detect longer and feel comfortable doing it. With a Li-Ion quick-release rechargeable battery supplied, you can detect for up to 8 hours on a single charge.


With automatic features and an easy-to-use interface, you’ll be an expert at finding gold from the moment you turn on your GPX 6000. Because GeoSense-PI continuously adapts to changing soil conditions as you swing your detector over the ground, there’s no need to adjust any settings. Finding gold has never been easier.


Built by the world leader in metal detection technology, Minelab’s GPX 6000 is the fastest, lightest and simplest way to find all types of gold in one machine — from tiny pieces of gold to the elusive ‘retirement’ nugget.





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You ever get a itch that won’t go away? Well it’s the way it is waiting on the 6000 getting to our Minelab dealer like Rob .

 I don’t know how long the list that Rob has for people who want the 6000 are the number that already put their money down but I have express myself to be one.

 I may and hope I’m wrong In saying we may be hard press for any of us seeing 6000 bye fall .

 What’s been said so far that demand is so great for the 6000 that it may be slow in coming.

 Just look at a small coil for the Nox that we have yet to receive . I know it’s made by a different company but anything related to Minelab is slow in coming.


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