SE GP1014G14 14" 绿色塑料锅 14" GP1014G14
- Diameter: 14 inches
- Material: plastic
- Color: green
- 1/8-inch deep round base to better trap gold
- Two different types of riffles: shallow & deep
Why choose our Plastic Gold Pan over traditional metal pans? (1) Plastic does not rust or corrode. (2) The riffles trap the gold better, making your pan as effective as a sluice box. (3) Plastic weighs a lot less than metal pans. (4) The color stays true in the plastic pan so the gold flakes are easier to see.
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I. Dale. have found GOLD!
GOLD! in Michigan of all places!!
Do you have any idea how good that feels? How proud you will be with that speck of gold sitting on your mantle?
Before I was like everyone else. Gold-less. Boring. ECT... But now? I am all that BUT ALSO I have found gold!
Be proud of yourself in ways you never realized were possible. Buy this gold pan and do something you can be proud of this summer!
Don't think there is gold near you? I bet you have never even checked. -_-
There is Gold in nearly every state in America. Do yourself a favor and google it.
Last argument on why you need to do this: This thing costs loss than going to the movies or going to a low quality restaurant, but the satisfaction and pride you get from it could last you the rest of your life.
And if it doesn't... then use it as a dog bowel, or an oil-change pan, or something.
Was sent two replacement pans, these had zero flaws. Put some bite into the pans an took them out into the field. At first I was still a bit unsure of the large riffles since the edges are rounded compared to the small riffles which are sharp . To ease my concerns I panned over a catch pan just in case... nothing lost!!! The pans does feel a bit flimsy while loaded, but they held together the entire day! For the price the pans are a great steal. Not a bad catch for the day!!!
Just arrived, busted them out of the box to break them in for this weekend in the Motherlode! Was giving it the ole' panning motions to get a feel and compare to pans I am currently using. The large riffle edge feels good in the hand, though not sure how it will hold up with it filled. Rotate it around to feel the small riffle edge and immediately could feel the thinner flawed edge. One pan nearly has 1/4 of the pans edge thinned, just short of the length of the small riffle area. The other pans flaw is smaller, regardless the pans are weak in that area and will break from the weight of a full pan! Hopefully these can be replaced... but not before this weekend obviously!!! Feed the FEVER!
p.s. IMHO these pans do feel as cheap as they cost. It might not be as much of an issue if the flaw was on the other side. It is just that you use the large riffles to clear the large and light overburden when the pan is full an properly agitated for the heavies to drop. With a full pan of potential I can see these either cracking or bending into a useless piece of plastic.
The manufacturer needs to either fix their Moulds or add a bit more material to fill the void in their Moulds to prevent inconsistent issues. Will update if anything positive comes about.