Minelab GPZ 7000 price slumped

The price of Minelab’s most expensive metal detector, the GPZ 7000, has slumped. No new products 2016, closure of the office in Europe, collapse in the prices of their detectors. Is this good enough news for Minelab?


Something is going wrong for Minelab… They revealed an old Coiltek coil announced as new product. They closed their office in Europe. They dropped the prices of the expensive GPX 5000 machine. And now here’s the GPZ 7000. Maybe Minelab have good news up their sleeve, and we will soon become aware of it?

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5 Responses to Minelab GPZ 7000 price slumped

  • Hello. I want to know how accurate this multi-meter device is. And secondly, does the tracking also do. Third, does it respond badly to bad conditions? Just tell me the exact depth. And do you have a sales office in Los Angeles? please answer me. Thank you

  • Hello. Please send me your address and phone in Moscow. I am the GPX 7000 buyer. Thank you

    • The web-site md-hunter.com resides not in Moscow, Russia but in Kiev, Ukrain.
      You’d better get in contact with kellycodetectors.com USA.

  • Good morning, am in west Africa and we have a lot Gold mine here, so we need this dectector seriously to buy ;
    So how munch is: Minelab GPZ 7000 ( prices please)
    So to shift to west Africa like Nigeria or Benin republic will cost totally how much?
    And we need the sales full address

  • Sir i need one used cheep detector plz hillp me thanks

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