AG MAN !: Looks good. Saw one yesterday & like it alot.
I'll definitely be buying one!
Carlos Gomez: As far as I know this gold pan is from another solar system, my kudos to the life form who invented it.
fowlarcher: These pans are good for dry panning.
abbyguy: That's great when you have pickers but what about float and flour gold?
DiggingTreasureDcom: I like this pan and concept. This will sound silly, but I found a large plant pot base which is a perfect dark green and which is in design is very similar to this gold pan. It works fantastic and I easily recover flour gold + with it. As far as I can tell, what makes the difference is the raised bits on the bottom of the pan. They really help classify the material. And my "pan" has curved sides with a little dip that acts as a riffle and makes it easy to retain small gold and dump the junk.
DJKing78: Thats fast. hmm. I've been panning a long time and still have trouble with the bigger pans. This one seems easier to use, hope to try this type someday.
LaserGadgets: There are iron-minerals which are very heavy. Won't get them out wihtout a magnet...
JBlovers14: going panning for the first time any tips?
sdrawkcab190: hmmm, still quite a bit of sand left... :(
seo7111: Hey! Take a look at my 142 gram nugget video at: watch?v=Pf6H9rc8-4g (add this after youtube link)
bubba: You make it look good, you know how to use a pan but Rockman221 klondikeclyde1 dredgeman01 have only watched 1 or 2 videos each since joining. They watch your video post a nice comment and never come back to utube again. Do it with more black sand and more fine gold. Thanks
AWCPRODUCTION: I got one of these and love it. Left it behind one day and liked it so much I got another one...awesome pan. Got mine from dredgeman01.
R.C.M. Enterprises: Have the pan works dry or wet the same way. The best sampling pan I have tried. Easy and accurate and fast.