Come visit Rob's Detector Sales at the upcoming GPAA Phoenix Gold Show, March 12th and 13th (Saturday and Sunday). This years location will be at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. We will be posting more information as the event gets closer to us. Just wanted everyone to know we will be there and looking forward to chatting with you!
If you need anything, please let us know in advance so we can bring it along. We will also have some exclusive specials on detectors and such only for this event.
Well, it's that time of the year when customers start calling and scheduling their field instructions. If you purchase a Pulse Induction metal detector (regardless of brand) from Rob's Detectors, we will take you out in the field for a day and train you on that unit for FREE. This including a full day of training, conducted on private claims and you keep anything you find!
If you're looking to get training on your unit and purchased elsewhere, we charge $300 for an entire day. We treat you just like you purchased the unit from us!
This weekend a trainer and I conducted field instructions with 4 customers. Two of them had Minelab SDC 2300's, the others had GPX 5000's. We broke into groups, spent a good portion of the day on instructions and then some detecting in the field. Two of the customers found gold nuggets, the other two guys due their fair share of targets throughout the day. Overall, the weather was awesome and everyone left with a big smile.
Here is a short email from one of the customers -
Just a note to thank you very much for your training session on my detector and allowing us to detect on your claim. I learned a lot about my detector as well as the most productive ways to find gold with the detector.
I didn't find any gold until after you left. I started detecting along the road and ended up down by the gate where I found a very small piece of gold under a bush. The piece was much smaller than the one from Alaska that I used to tune my "vlf" detector. It was the best find I could hope for with my SDC, because, if I can find tiny pieces with it, I can find the larger ones.
Thanks again for spending the time to help us get started with our detectors.
We promise if you purchase from us, we are going to spend the entire time with you, get you trained on your unit and hopefully you can walk away with a nugget to boot. Beyond that, we offer unlimited support beyond the sale. You can email, call, text or chat with us here on the forums for support.
Here are a few pictures of the customers during the outing -
Haven't been out too much, but here are 5 small batches of gold nuggets from various placer locations here in Arizona. All the gold was found with my Minelab GPZ 7000. I also found one of the smallest nuggets to date with the GPZ shown below. The piece is .6 grains (480 grains to a Troy ounce). I'm pretty convinced the GPZ can find gold just as small as the SDC 2300 now with the settings I'm using. The SDC just makes the pinpointing portion much easier with the small coil.