Minelab Gold Monster 1000. NEW 2017 (+ price & video)

Do you know where gold prospecting metal detectors are best sellers? Right you are, it’s Africa (was it also your answer, or only mine?). And what kind of problems may be with a detector in Africa? Right you are, local Aborigines complain about a great number of buttons. Here comes a new product – Minelab Gold Monster 1000, an auto gold prospecting machine. All you need is just to carry it and hit the ground with a pick. Take a look at this Monster, there is also the first photo, video and price.

Minelab Gold Monster 1000 Key Features:

  • Gold prospecting metal detector
  • Fully automatic search mode
  • Super sensitivity
  • VLF technology
  • Adaptable to any search conditions, or any operator (the manufacturer didn’t write it would be kind of suitable even for use by children – it’s wrong to mention kids in the context of Africa and gold prospecting)
  • Comes complete with 2 coils at once
  • Quick start guaranteed: just turn on and go!


  • Model: Minelab Gold Monster 1000
  • Intended Use: Gold prospecting
  • Operating frequency: 45 kHz
  • Coil: 5×10 DD and 5 DD
  • Headphone jack: Yes, 3.5 mm (1/8 inch)
  • Display: LCD, Monochrome
  • Screen backlight: No
  • USB port: No
  • Depth Indicator: No
  • Discrimination: Gold
  • Ground Balance: Automatic
  • Pinpoint mode: No
  • Sensitivity adjustment: Yes, Automatic & Manual
  • Noise cancel: Yes, automatic
  • Power supply: 8 AA batteries
  • Weight: 1.33 kg including 5×10 DD coil
  • Length: 94.4-138.2 cm (37.2-54.4 inches)

The price of Minelab GOLD MONSTER 1000 is $799.

All about the Minelab Gold Monster 1000 will be collected here. Let me remind you: in autumn 2016, XP (France) released a clone of its XP Deus detector – the DPR-600. This new product is primarily designed for gold nugget prospecting and, most significantly, is definitely intended to take customers away from Minelab.

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4 Responses to Minelab Gold Monster 1000. NEW 2017 (+ price & video)

  • Nice new rig, but I think its gonna have to have more technology than a GMT to sell well in the U.S. Unless it has a newer form of ground balance to allow more depth, or some other form of groundbreaking technology. The VLF gold detectors we have here now have been copied and recopied for yrs and yrs by different mfgrs both in the USA and Foreign made gold detectors, no real new technological advances since 2002.

  • No disc…get a DPR 600

  • The machine does have some sort of gold ID icon on the meter, not sure how it works, saw the machine today at Pleasantion GPAA show. No one in the booth knew much details about the machine since just released a few days ago.

  • Creo que podían haber puesto luz en la pantalla.
    De las cacterísticas que he podido leer veo que tiene algunas carencias.

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