How cool is this? The FORS Gold+ offers more advanced gold prospecting capabilities! This features an advanced, all metal mode with iSat (Intelligent Self-Adjusting Threshold) and 2 discrimination modes for the harshest ground conditions! Prospect in rivers and streams with the waterproof DD search coils!
Photo credit: Nokta
The FORS Gold+ also comes with:
Dual LCD Display
Digital Target ID
Auto & Manual Ground Balance
5 Different Audio Frequencies
Electronic Pinpointing & Depth Indicator
Built-In LED Flashlight
Waterproof Search Coils: 10×5.5″ DD & 5.2×4.7″ DD
Easy to Use & Ergonomic Design
Long Battery Life
Looking for great metal detecting gifts for everyone on you list this year?
Kellyco has the items you have been looking for!
Here are some of our ideas:
1. Garrett Treasure Trowl
Categories: gifts, Holidays
Talk about a whopping size gem!
Based on new information from MSN News, a stone from a mine in Botswana turned out to be one massive diamond! The diamond was over 1,111 carats!! Can you imagine that? That would make for quite a few pieces of jewelry or one amazing statement piece! The article states that the mine where the gem was found was from the south lobe of Lucara’s Karowe Mine. This one is the second largest quality gem discovered and Botswana is the world’s second largest diamond producer! The President and chief executive of Lucara (Diamond Corp), said, “The significance of the recovery of a gem quality stone larger than 1,000 carats, the largest for more than a century, cannot be overstated.” That’s right. This is the largest diamond find in a century! Read more on this awesome find by clicking on source below.
Photo credits: Lucara Diamond Corp. and MSN News.
For our Tip of the Week this time, we have a wonderful suggestion for those of you that are looking for a great gift for your friend or family member.
Try the Minelab GO-FIND machines! Now, get $5 off and a FREE holiday kit with the purchase of the GO-FIND 20, 40 or 60! The Gofinds are engineered, so that anyone of any age and level can use them!
This is something we highly recommend!
Shown in the photo is the GO-FIND 60 with the holiday kit.
This Wednesday, gold fell to the lowest level in over 6 years, according to new information from Yahoo News. The reason is mounted expectations from the beginning of higher interest rates. Since the interest rates were higher, the dollar rallied on prospects for a interest rate hike in December. FXTM Analyst said to Yahoo News, “The direction of gold continues to be dictated by US interest rate expectations and dollar appreciation has attributed to the factors repelling investors from this metal.” There are rumors that the Fed could be lifting US interest rates next month for the first time in 10 years! Yahoo mentioned that some of the factors contributing to interest rate expectation include: recent bright jobs data and signs of a pickup in US inflation. As the article mentioned, raw materials priced in the US unit more expensive for holders of rival currencies because of the dollar and that has great effect on levels of price and demand. To read more, see source below.
What are your thoughts? What do you think the future will hold for this precious metal?
Photo credit: Yahoo News
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According to new information from Sci-News, the formation of diamonds is a more common process that most others have previously thought. It has most often been thought that diamonds are pretty rare, however, new data revealed shows that they might not be as rare. The article mentioned that the prevalence of diamonds near the Earth’s surface still depends on relatively rare volcanic magma eruptions that raise them from the depths where they form. Prof. Dimitri Sverjensky and Dr Fang Huang, both from the Johns Hopkins University, said, “The diamonds being considered in studies are not necessarily the stuff of engagement rings, unless the recipient is equipped with a microscope. Most are only a few microns across and are not visible to the unaided eye. We show that diamonds could form due to a drop in pH during water–rock interactions.” With the model, there is now evidence that diamonds can grow with an increase in acidity during interaction between water and rock.
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Here’s something really great from White’s Facebook page. See a brand new field test of the Treasuremaster metal detector! According to their shared post from White’s Electronics UK- Ltd, the detector received a rating of 9/10 from The Search magazine! See the field test here.
This machine would make a nice addition for any treasure hunter. It’s a great gift also!
Photo credits: White’s Electronics and White’s UK-Ltd