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New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's)
Posted by: Steve Howard
Date: August 25, 2009 05:32PM
The gold nuggets were found by White

Thanks for the information:thumbup:N/T
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Date: August 26, 2009 09:27AM

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Re: New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's)
Posted by: CROCK of COINS
Date: August 29, 2009 02:08PM
I played with the GMZ yesterday. Nice machine. EASY to pick up and go swinging.

Jerry



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Re: New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's)
Posted by: David
Date: September 20, 2009 10:48AM
IMHO, simular to the Whites Prizm V configuration style below(but non-digital, in a Tesoro analog manual toggle switch, dial, and knob style like on the GMZ's box), this is how the new GMZ should have been designed(more compact, lighterweight, and the controls easier to see-access), instead of the bulkier box under the shaft.

http://whiteselectronics.com/prizm-v.html



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/20/2009 11:14AM by David.




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Re: New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's)
Posted by: David
Date: September 20, 2009 11:33AM
Do not get me wrong and this is just constructive criticizm as I would take a GMZ instead of and over a Vaquero for small gold hunting any day. A GMZ would be better than a Vaquero for small nugget hunting. I just wish the control box would have been on the upper shaft instead like the Prism V and Vaquero, is the only thing, and all I was trying to explain.

New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's) vs GMT
Posted by: crowbar
Date: September 29, 2009 12:57PM
Good day all. :smile: White's Electronics makes many detectors that can be used for prospecting but I think the GMZ is an attempt to sell a budget model prospecting detector. Comparing the GMZ to the GMT is like apples and oranges. I found some pics (one from Kellyco and one posted by DiggerBob) for a visual comparison.

The GMT sells for $800 and the GMZ sells for $500 and both detectors (I do believe) are for prospecting only. For $300 more you get a lot more detector. :whites:

While at a local White's distributor, the store's owner compared the two detectors with a small gold sample that looked around 0.05 grams. The GMT detected at 2 inches whereas the GMZ had a bit of a problem sounding off as well as recovering to sound off again. Maybe, the electronics can be adjusted to detect the smaller gold but that may have an effect on larger pieces and that is something the White's techs can tinker around with. :argue:

If White's wants to sell the GMZ, I think it should have a much, much lower price. I foresee the GMZ being discontinued unless White's gets their act together and makes some adjustments or puts a better package together. Oh yeah, that's right, they already have it, it's a GMT! :clapping:




Re: New White's GMZ (Pronounced Jim's) vs GMT
Posted by: goldman55
Date: October 09, 2009 04:08PM
I agree with you. Needs to be around the $349 mark also Fisher coming out with the Gold Bug in mid nov $549 retail but it looks real good for mid level gold machine.

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