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« Reply #20 on: Sunday May 19 2019 10:37:11 AEST AM »

  
  
A big plus with the qed is its not being faked like the others so 2nd hand qed market is perfect for new buyers  excited

But it does make you think. How many people are being dudded by all the hype/ fast talk on these web sites.

So based on 777’s experience, then always best to spend your hard earned on coils at reputable dealers, and within Australia.
a wise move goldman agree 100 percent buddy  happy face
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« Reply #21 on: Sunday May 19 2019 18:46:11 AEST PM »

Dontbstme, to be honest I'm getting a bit fed up with your crap. You give your prototype coil to a complete nutter, then you tell us that there is a production coil in Queensland that performs 20% better and to disregard the one that Matt the nut case has. So far you come across as the master of bullshit.
Now you have the gall to suggest that there is a better value PI than the QED, but don't tell us what that detector is.
We Aussies are a patient lot, but you test that patience. You have a lot to learn if you think you can carry on the way you have and sell your product here.
I for one am tempted to tell you to stick your coil where the sun don't shine.
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« Reply #22 on: Sunday May 19 2019 23:56:02 AEST PM »

id like to know as well  excited
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« Reply #23 on: Monday May 20 2019 00:10:26 AEST AM »

  
  
  


It is the best value for money high performance PI detector in Australia and, well really anywhere.

In Australia may be. Elsewhere I wouldn't be so sure.

Can you actually name a brand that comes even close to the QED's performance over highly mineralised ground, ergonomics and price?

I think he may have been thinking of this. Think he makes them also.

Nexus Standard MKII replaces Nexus Standard SE. With it's more than 5 times more powerful transmitter than the previous SE version, it is now one of the the deepest existing metal detector on the market.  This achievement is a result of four years research on improving the limits of Induction Balance technology.The Nexus Standard MkII is suitable for work on every site, every ground condition and also salt water tidal beaches. Heavy mineral conditions are not a challenge.  Nexus Standard MKII is a non motion type of detector with fast auto tune, with an induction balance resonant tuned (99%) search coil. It’s general performance is similar to the motion type of metal detectors. It exhibits the best possible depth penetration and discrimination accuracy that modern electronics can achieve.
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« Reply #24 on: Monday May 20 2019 00:24:09 AEST AM »

  
  
  


It is the best value for money high performance PI detector in Australia and, well really anywhere.

In Australia may be. Elsewhere I wouldn't be so sure.

Can you actually name a brand that comes even close to the QED's performance over highly mineralised ground, ergonomics and price?
Yes, but as I said I am not inclined to advertise them. They will have to do the job them selves.
I have seen the mentioned PI detectors and they are a serious competition to GPX too, but with very poor marketing.
There is also a two box detector made in Eastern Europe that will leave many in deep thinking, but the manufacturer does not ship to anywhere. He only sells on a personal basis collection.

My point been do not be too hasty to believe there is nothing equivalent out there. I made this mistake myself before.
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« Reply #25 on: Monday May 20 2019 06:05:08 AEST AM »

Do you have any links to comparison videos over highly mineralised ground against the market leaders?
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« Reply #26 on: Monday May 20 2019 15:58:42 AEST PM »

  
Do you have any links to comparison videos over highly mineralised ground against the market leaders?
I'll send you the info on pm.
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« Reply #27 on: Monday May 20 2019 16:21:42 AEST PM »

No need for PM. If you have evidence then our fellow prospectors here would like to see it also.
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« Reply #28 on: Monday May 20 2019 19:55:51 AEST PM »

  
No need for PM. If you have evidence then our fellow prospectors here would like to see it also.

Good on you bugwhiskers.

I have always asked this character to show evidence and to introduce himself if he wants to sell nexus products to Australia, but he has been totally ignorant and very rude.
A disturbing behaviour.
I guess it also shows in his forum names "Don'tbullshitme"  and "Candigger"  on PA forum.  walking garbage bin
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