We’re aware of the latest attempts by counterfeit manufacturers to copy our Genuine Minelab Brand Protection Security labels featured on our Gold detector products and have joined forces with a world leading expert in Brand Protection technology to develop a system that quickly and easily verifies if you have a GENUINE MINELAB.
Minelab would like to congratulate Australian Minelab dealer Finders Keepers for their success at the KBCCI (Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce & Industry) 2012 Goldfields Business & Employee Awards.
Finders Keepers was nominated and won the award for Best Business with 1 to 5 employees.
They also nominated their tourism business 'Kalgoorlie Tours & Charters' and won the Tourism Award.
Minelab has formed an exclusive partnership withwww.geocaching.com to create thousands of new treasure hunting opportunities. Now, inquisitive youngsters and adults alike can hunt for collectable geocoins and enter their creative finds into a Facebook photo contest with a chance to win the grand prize of a Mexican cruise for two. Best of all, it’s free to enter and anyone can join the hunt.
Unveils New Underwater Metal Detector That Allow Scuba Divers to Simultaneously Hear Detector’s Tones and Communicate with the Team at the Surface.
Las Vegas, Nevada USA - November 13, 2012 - Minelab Americas and OTS (Ocean Technology Systems) will introduce two new evidence recovery solutions for extreme underwater conditions tomorrow at the DEMA Show 2012. Specifically designed for marine law enforcement and military agencies, scuba divers can now metal detect for evidence underwater while maintaining 2-way communications with the team at the surface. Ideal for evidence recovery near shorelines, deep lakes, murky ponds, high-sand debris and deep ocean dives, Minelab’s audio tones produced from their metal detector can now integrate into OTS’s Full Face Mask (FFM) communication technology.
Find more buried targets at maximum depth with the NEW Seawater Mode Setting and say goodbye to sore fingers with the NEW Pinpoint Lock option.
The Seawater Mode Setting increases sensitivity in salt water conditions so you discover valuable finds quicker at maximum depth and with the new ‘click on, click off’ Pinpoint Lock option, you no longer have to keep the trigger pressed for the Pinpoint function to work.
On October 20th 2012, Minelab celebrated the release of its X-TERRA range of detectors into the Adelaide Anaconda Store, with our very first Treasure Quest 2012 event! We gave away four X-TERRA 305's and many other prizes to participants who found keys in 90 tons of sand in the Mile End car park, with a majority of participants using detectors for the first time. In fact three of our detector winners had previously never used a detector before.
Local celebrity Cosi from Triple M and local travel show "South Aussie with Cosi" was our MC for the day, who with his great enthusiasm and comedic skills couldn't have been more perfect for the role. Treasure talk bloggers Mark Williams and Nenad Lonic were on site all day to teach everyone about the hobby, with Mark holding presentations about his experiences in the hobby which attracted great interest from the crowds.
A splinter from the Cross of Jesus! This is what may very well be hidden within a fantastic detecting find! A 900 year old reliquary cross, made of solid silver.
For some time, Kim Lund-Hansen has been detecting in a specific area on the Danish Island of Bornholm. Having found this spot by studying both historical and modern maps, Kim began detecting the area with his Minelab X-TERRA 705 and found the occasional medieval artefact, prompting him to keep on searching.
To celebrate the launch of Minelab's X-TERRA Series in the Adelaide Anaconda store, on October 20th 2012, Minelab will transform the car park at Mile End Homemakers centre into a beach with 90 tonnes of sand for “Treasure Quest 2012″ where customers will have an opportunity to come have a go at metal detecting and win some exciting prizes at the same time.
Mati Johananoff, a student of archaeology volunteered at a salvage excavation at a crusader site, north of Tel Aviv in July 2012. This site perched on a cliff is home to a crusader castle, rich in history in an area of great historical importance. For Mati Johananoff, it’s a fascinating project to be part of, both for his studies at Tel Aviv University, and the opportunity to return to his childhood love of metal detecting.
Minelab is delighted to announce that as a result of collaboration with Coiltek Manufacturing, Coiltek has developed four great new coils for the X-TERRA range of metal detectors. These new accessory coils supplement the accessory range currently available for the ever-popular X-TERRA Series.
In September 2012 Minelab Americas held the 3rd Annual Minelab Americas Partner Conference in Charlottesville, Virginia. This conference was not only a great opportunity for Minelab Americas Partners to learn more about Minelab products but also a chance for Minelab to recognize some of the outstanding performances from our authorized Minelab partners from the past fiscal year of 2012.
Recently, Minelab have had a shipment of GPX-4500 metal detectors stolen, and these units have now been appearing on the gray market and on sites like eBay. If you are not buying from an authorised dealer, please refer to our list of known stolen GPX-4500 serial numbers before making the purchase.
Prospectors are applauding the announcement by the Baillieu Coalition Government that they will fulfill their pre-election promise to review the exclusion of recreational prospecting from Victoria's world famous goldfields.
Victoria was built on gold; it has played a significant role in our history and it continues to be important to our social and economic wellbeing and we expect it to remain important to our future.
Modern prospectors have a strong environmental conscience and I am confident this will be recognised by the Victorian Environment Assessment Council's Investigation into the lifting of prohibitions on our low-key activities.
Minelab is excited to officially announce a new addition to our product range… the PRO-FIND 25 pinpointer probe.
Locate coins, rings, treasure and gold with speed and accuracy. With a great range of features the PRO-FIND 25 offers detectorists PRECISION PINPOINTING at its best. Our new Detector Interference Free (DIF) technology makes the PRO-FIND 25 the perfect partner for a Minelab detector, or any other detector.
The petition is trying to get support to allow prospecting and fossicking in Queensland state forests. This will allow the growth of this past time in Queensland, and bring in valuable tourist dollars to Queensland.
This petition is intended to show the Queensland government of the support in wider community for fossicking.
Dulles, VA – NIITEK, Inc., a subsidiary of the Chemring Group PLC ("Chemring") and Minelab announced today their plan to launch a new handheld Ground Penetrating Radar/Metal Detector (GPR/MD) at the upcoming Eurosatory tradeshow in Paris, France. The Handheld will be on display in the Minelab booth, number D360 from June 11-15, 2012 and is intended for worldwide military and commercial sales.
On May 19th, the inaugural National Metal Detecting Day, Minelab and various metal detector community groups sponsored "Go Minelabbing" events in 6 cities across the US, México, and Canada. Plenty of fun was had by all who joined in with multiple hunts and challenges, guest speakers, dinners and prizes keeping the crowds entertained.
Just in case you missed it, Minelab America's very own Gary Schafer featured on Relic Roundup recently. To hear what Gary had to say, answering questions on Minelab detectors, and talking about both the new models and old standbys visit American Digger's Relic Roundup archives.
Congratulations to Puje from Mongolia, who is November’s Find of the Month winner!
Puje is a herdsman in the Uvurkhangai province in Southern Mongolia. He was out with his GPZ 7000 and got a strong ...View more