So managed to get this review up today as promised! I plan on having a lot more videos in a much more timely fashion. I also plan on having the new and improved GoldPaydirtReviews.com finished by the end of the month. I think I am going to do away with the ROI list on the left side of the site and simply go with the 10 point system on all paydirt reviews. I will still keep ROI as a part of the review but I don’t want viewers to think it is all that matters when buying paydirt. The real reason to buy paydirt is for the fun.
I also plan on adding a few other features that have been in the works. So make sure you keep checking back.
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This is a bag of paydirt I have been wanting to review since I bought his Idaho Paydirt. It just takes me forever to actually find the time to get to a particular seller. Then when you lose the paydirt it makes it that much harder to actually review. Thankfully I managed to find my lost paydirt and finish the review as I now can move onto another of his Arizona bags to review.
As advertised this paydirt contained a lot of black sands and chunky gold. It made for very easy panning until you got to the very fine under 30 paydirt. Then it was a ton of work for only a tiny amount of gold. In fact if you missed the under 30 gold I doubt you would notice. Almost all of the gold was in the over 20 mesh so this would be a great bag for a novice panner. You can pan out the big stuff they keep trying to find the tiny stuff, but if you don’t you won’t be losing a lot of gold.
I personally think everyone should buy at least 1 bag of JimbosGold paydirt. If you only buy one bag it should be from Jimbos. Tim Hamilton, the owner does a lot of work promoting gold mining and helping people besides himself. You can find him giving away paydirt on GoldProspectorSpace or helping out with AMRA. So everyone should try his bags of paydirt at least once since he does so much for the gold community.
JimbosGold 1lb Arizona Paydirt ended with a score of 9.1 out of 10. I have zero complaints about JimbosGold, and if ROI wasn’t a part of the scoring system I would have given them a perfect 10. He has top notch customer service and some of the best consistent paydirt you can buy.
Item Purchased: 1 Lb Arizona Paydirt
Total Cost: $28.99 ($6.00 Shipping) $34.99 Total
Gold Per Gram: $38.25 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 0.665 grams
Gold Value: $25.44
Return on Investment: 72.71%
Actual Return on Investment: 59.62%
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!