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Minelab launches adventure gear in Goa

Panaji, Apr 21 (UNI) Minelab, metal detection equipment manufacturer, today launched its metal detection tools and equipment in Goa for adventure enthusiasts.
Addressing a press conference, Jim Kho, Business Development manager (Asia-Pacific) of Minelab, said, ''When detecting for coins, relics or jewellery, use your imagination anywhere people are likely to have left things behind you are likely to make good finds by our Minelab products, Goa is a leisure destination perfect for these activities.''
Tarun Sachdev of Adventure Gear India LLP, New Delhi, said, ''Minelab is formally launching its products in India, that too starting in Goa. It’s ideal for adventure enthusiasts, and a great investment for hotels, event organizers, youth. Perfect personal fitness tool. ideal for all treasure and gold hunters.''
After the press conference, a live demo was arranged with all different detectors, highlighting the equipment and technology to locate the coins and underground treasure.
Simon Gomes of Champs, one of the oldest and largest sports goods companies in Goa, said ''The equipment are perfect for children, as they can use these to remain outside and do social playing. We are confident that Goans will make good use of these products, they are reasonably priced too.''
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