Ok I know I am a day late, but good things come to those that wait, lol. I was supposed to post this review yesterday but it was my birthday and didn’t feel like playing with youtube. So spent the day panning some paydirt and working in my shed. I am going to try and get my Miller Table going again so I can review it. Then I plan on rebuilding it so it works the way I want it to work. I also still am going to try and get two more reviews done this month and then next month will have 3 reviews from another seller.
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LynchMining’s Paydirt. I am so so impressed with LynchMining’s paydirt I am almost at a loss for words. Even though I always talk about the ROI it is not why I am so impressed with LynchMining. All of the bags had great gold, but they also were both challenging and had very clean paydirt. Every bag had gold of different sizes so some of the gold came easy and some you had to really work for. I can honestly say I would buy any one of LynchMining’s paydirt again and I plan on it as soon as I can.
The paydirt in this batch of paydirt was mostly in the under 30 mesh range, with about 90% of it being black sands. What’s amazing is how much chunky gold I found in a black sands bag (I am not complaining). Almost all of the black sands were magnetic as has been the norm for LynchMining’s paydirt. While all of the LynchMining paydirt was clean, this was even cleaner since it was mostly black sands.
As usual, most of the gold in this bag was on the larger size, it was actually a lot larger. With one nugget weighing in at 0.70 grams. I didn’t weigh in all of the nuggets but it was obvious most of the gold in this bag was over 10 mesh, with the majority of the rest in the under 10, over 30 mesh area. I did find a small amount of gold in the under 30 mesh as well. It was a really impressive showing for the LynchMining’s Black Label Reserve Paydirt!
One thing I have to make sure I mention is that I actually paid less than the websites prices because I bought them when they were on sale for Labor Day. I didn’t calculate my ROIs with the sale price because not everyone will buy it on sale. So just imagine how good my ROI’s would have been with the sale price.
The LynchMining Black Label Reserve paydirt ended with an almost perfect score of 9.8 out of 10! So thats two 9.8s in a row. The ROI ended at over 100% for the 3rd time with a bag of LynchMining’s paydirt which is unbelievable. Also even the AROI ended at over 100%. What’s truly amazing is how well all of LynchMining’s paydirt scored. It wasn’t just one lucky bag it was all of them. If it wasn’t for one 8 score this would have been a perfect score, however I thing these 9.8’s will rule the list for a long time.
Item Purchased: Black Label Paydirt
Total Cost: $65.00 (+Free Shipping)
Gold Per Gram: $42.80 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 2.15 grams
Gold Value: $92.02
Return on Investment: 141.57%
Actual Return on Investment: 116.09%
This review is my opinion and my results may vary from your results. My bag may have been a bad batch or a great batch, remember no two bags of paydirt are ever the same. So please use common sense when buying paydirt from any seller. Oh and good luck and happy panning!