LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Review

The Review of LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt:

Like all good things, Goldpalooza has to end, but not with out one last review. To close it out in style I chose LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt. Not only was it my final review of Goldpalooza but it was the first time I got to get my hands on LynchMining’s Jumbo sized paydirt and man was I glad I did.

The LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt is just like it’s smaller cousin the “Reserve” bag/jar just a lot more of it. Like the Reserve about 2/3rds of the paydirt is under 30 mesh and about half of it being black sands. So again this bag is not for the inexperienced unless you plan on using a magnet a lot.

Like the “reserve” paydirt the LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt had very little over 10 material.  Where they differentiate is in the nuggets, on the reserve I only got a few (3) small pickers weighing in at @0.2 grams, with the Reserve XL I found one monster nugget weighing in over a half a gram. So to see something like that in 1 tbs worth of +10 material is always a good thing.

The -10/+20 and -20/+30 were fun, with just enough black sands in the blonds to make for a chalenge, but not too much to make you go cross eyed. Plus I found a lot of gold just like I did with the smaller reserve bag of paydirt. In all I was really pleased with this classification of paydirt and had a grand old time.

When I go to the -30 LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt is when my eyes crossed and I had to pull out my 6x magnification glasses. Not only was it heavy in black sands like the reserve bag their was twice as much of it. So it took me most of the day hunched over my panning sink staring at little sparkles of gold as I tried to coax them to the bottom of my pan. I am not complaining though, I loved it! This was a great way to spend the day and I found a lot of gold. Now if they would only get a XL version of Gizmos Supremo I would be in heaven.

Before I go I will say while this years Goldpalooza had some great and I mean great ROI’s it was only possible because i buy smart. I always try to buy paydirt when it is on sale and always try to combine shipping. If you save a few bucks it always makes your ROI higher.

LynchMining’s Reserve XL Paydirt bag ended with a score of 9.3 out of 10. It was more great paydirt from and something I will always want to buy more of. If they get around to shipping quicker or if you don’t mind waiting a while for your paydirt this stuff is a definite 10.

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Item Purchased: (1lb Black Label Paydirt)
Total Cost: $114.75 (Sale Price $135.00 regularly) ($12.95 Shipping) $127.70 Total
Gold Per Gram: $41.30 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 2.975 grams
Gold Value: $122.87
Return on Investment: 96.22%
Actual Return on Investment: 78.90%

LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Review

ROI (Return On Investment) - 9.6
AROI (Actual Return On Investment) - 7.9
Fun Factor (How Fun was Paydirt?) - 10
Value (ROI = AROI + Fun Factor / 3) - 9.2
Overall Experience (Self Explanatory) - 10
Paydirt Description (Vague or Detailed?) - 10
Paydirt Quantity (Weight as Described?) - 10
Paydirt Packaging (Paydirt Bag Quality) - 10
Customer Service (Self Explanatory) - 10
Shipping (Cost, Speed & Packaging) - 6


Out Of 10

LynchMining XL Jar Paydirt Review
LynchMining XL Jar Paydirt Review


2lbs 8.4oz LynchMining XL Jar Paydirt
2lbs 8.4oz LynchMining XL Jar Paydirt


0.550 Gram LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Nugget
0.550 Gram LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Nugget


2.975 Grams LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Results
2.975 Grams LynchMining Reserve XL Paydirt Results



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!