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« Reply #20 on: Friday December 30 2016 15:23:25 AEDT PM »

  
  
  
He quite clearly states that he was using a Minelab detector and a Nugget Finder coil. He also states that the find has allowed him to upgrade to the GPZ7000.

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It is illegal for a business to engage in conduct that misleads or deceives or is likely to mislead or deceive consumers or other businesses. This law applies even if you did not intend to mislead or deceive anyone or no one has suffered any loss or damage as a result of your conduct.
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I don't understand what your getting at Doug? The link is too a morning news segment interviewing the finder. Do you believe he was speaking on Minelabs behalf or they scripted the story for Nine?
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« Reply #21 on: Friday December 30 2016 15:26:49 AEDT PM »

BTW, I'm not taking sides with anyone here, if anything I reckon I'm one of the most impartial people around, and I've defended the QED and its design team more than once!
I still havnt had the opportunity to see the QED in action to compare it to my 4500, but I have seen the zed in action for over a year, same ground as me, same day, plenty of times, and in the field, in the NT, it craps over anything else, I hope the QED can come close, that's why I'm buying one, even though I still know less about it than any other detector out there....blind faith!
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« Reply #22 on: Friday December 30 2016 15:38:09 AEDT PM »

  
It's good to see the true colours of forum posters emerge as they attempt to defend the indefensible.

Well all I'm asking is show where there is a definitive comment from either the finder or even Minelab themselves saying in no uncertain terms that it was found with the GPZ because I can't?  They certainly jump on the gravy train and make sure that their new machine gets a mention plus some air time on the telly but they don't seem to make a statement that 100% says that the GPZ had anything to do with the actual nugget find. All the jumping to conclusions seemed to be made by one dealer and members of the public especially those with a hatred of Minelab. For your own information I neither love them nor hate them. Anytime someone has a differing opinion to yours and your ilk doesn't necessarily mean that they are in complete opposition to you. Until someone can show me without a doubt that Minelab or the finder stated the GPZ found that nugget in order to deceive people then I cannot concur with opinions based on conspiracy. Sorry about that.
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« Reply #23 on: Friday December 30 2016 16:20:52 AEDT PM »

Exactly Lachlan ...They certainly jump on the gravy train and make sure that their new machine gets a mention plus some air time on the telly ... twas also in an ad or article I had read at the time .. may have been G& T .... just a little misconceiving ..
Will let it go at that.
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« Reply #24 on: Friday December 30 2016 16:28:35 AEDT PM »

From memory .. gettin a bit short of late :-)
Was an article in G&T of the nugget find with no mention of the machine that had found it.. and there was the add of the GPZ on same page next to it... 
Anyhow back to work
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« Reply #25 on: Friday December 30 2016 16:45:42 AEDT PM »

  
BTW, I'm not taking sides with anyone here, if anything I reckon I'm one of the most impartial people around, and I've defended the QED and its design team more than once!
I still havnt had the opportunity to see the QED in action to compare it to my 4500, but I have seen the zed in action for over a year, same ground as me, same day, plenty of times, and in the field, in the NT, it craps over anything else, I hope the QED can come close, that's why I'm buying one, even though I still know less about it than any other detector out there....blind faith!

Don't worry Davent, yours in on ice.... in the ESKY ;-)
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« Reply #26 on: Friday December 30 2016 17:02:04 AEDT PM »

Note the snippet below re "impression"

What "impression" does "found on the heels..." lead the reader to believe ?


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« Reply #27 on: Friday December 30 2016 17:48:05 AEDT PM »

  
  
BTW, I'm not taking sides with anyone here, if anything I reckon I'm one of the most impartial people around, and I've defended the QED and its design team more than once!
I still havnt had the opportunity to see the QED in action to compare it to my 4500, but I have seen the zed in action for over a year, same ground as me, same day, plenty of times, and in the field, in the NT, it craps over anything else, I hope the QED can come close, that's why I'm buying one, even though I still know less about it than any other detector out there....blind faith!

Don't worry Davent, yours in on ice.... in the ESKY ;-)

Beauty! Predicting 400mm of rain for the next few days.....guess I can wait a bit. Lol.
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« Reply #28 on: Friday December 30 2016 18:25:46 AEDT PM »

  
Note the snippet below re "impression"

What "impression" does "found on the heels..." lead the reader to believe ?
Let's put it in the correct writing and context firstly:
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Minelab: Brown’s remarkable find falls on the heels of Minelab’s newest product release, the GPZ 7000.
When falls on the heels is used it means soon after so in the above context it means to me that Mr Brown found the nugget sometime soon after Minelab had released their newest product. I don't get that the nugget was definitely found or not found with the GPZ 7000. It doesn't say. However the story does then lead into some GPZ publicity so anyone whom wanted to do so could find it open ended or open to speculation. Bit like the QED vids no doubt?
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« Reply #29 on: Friday December 30 2016 18:37:05 AEDT PM »

  
  
Note the snippet below re "impression"

What "impression" does "found on the heels..." lead the reader to believe ?
Let's put it in the correct writing and context firstly:
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Minelab: Brown’s remarkable find falls on the heels of Minelab’s newest product release, the GPZ 7000.
When falls on the heels is used it means soon after so in the above context it means to me that Mr Brown found the nugget sometime soon after Minelab had released their newest product. I don't get that the nugget was definitely found or not found with the GPZ 7000. It doesn't say. However the story does then lead into some GPZ publicity so anyone whom wanted to do so could find it open ended or open to speculation. Bit like the QED vids no doubt?

Their is  no doubt in my view that some  readers of the  minelabbing news (and other media  information) could be mislead or deceived into believing that  the nugget was found with the SAD7000. The ACCC will be the final arbiter on the matter!
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« Reply #30 on: Friday December 30 2016 18:42:04 AEDT PM »

What a load of wank
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« Reply #31 on: Friday December 30 2016 19:30:21 AEDT PM »

  
What a load of wank

Lets see what the  ACCC says! I suggest that you read up on section 18 of the Act!
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