Books => Metal Detecting Books => Topic started by: WeLsH Boi on March 17, 2011, 10:06:31 AM

Title: andy sabisch
Post by: WeLsH Boi on March 17, 2011, 10:06:31 AM
Has any one got any ideas of the best place to buy andy sabisch book on the quattro/safari. Can't find a retailer any were in the uk.
Thanks steve

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: MOGGSY on March 17, 2011, 10:25:57 AM
Try ebay or amazon.There are normally a few on there.

Graham alias Moggsy

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: dances with badgers on March 17, 2011, 11:48:18 AM
got mine from amazon mate :)

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: WeLsH Boi on March 17, 2011, 12:37:51 PM
Nice 1 guys. Don't suppose you have the isbn no. Can't find it any were :-\

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: geordiefred on March 17, 2011, 02:05:08 PM
Hi Steve"
Try looking on finds treasure forums  also available  at ( priced at $17.95  ;)

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: Neil on March 24, 2011, 09:02:41 AM
Morning Morg123.

The author Andy Sabisch is now a Detectingwales member. If you ask him nicely, he may be willing to answer any immediate questions you have until you can buy the book.


Title: Greetings from the States . . . . . some info on the new book
Post by: Andy Sabisch on March 24, 2011, 09:43:58 AM
Thanks for the interest in the newest book I've released which is on the Quattro and Safari.  It expands on the material that was in the original book on the Quattro which went out of print about 2 years ago.  The new book was released about 2-3 weeks ago.

Joan Allen should have some inventory of the new book although I did not see it on their website when I just checked . . . a call or E-mail to them may be warranted.

I do offer it on our website ( as well as other dealers have it on theirs - a search for "The Minelab Quattro and Safari Handbook" should help.

If anyone has any specific questions I can answer, feel free to contact me or post and I will try to answer them.  If you post a question and do not see an immediate response, send me a PM to prompt me to check the forum  :)

Thanks for the welcome and I really hate at times to check out the forums from across the pond and see what you guys (and gals) are finding . . . . here something 100 years old is cause for celebration . . . for you, 100 years old just clears the "modern" tag.

Andy Sabisch
Central, SC

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: rjm on March 24, 2011, 12:30:26 PM

Thanks for the post Andy.

I had the Safari for a while and what a lovely machine. Totally different machine from the Quattro which
I didn't like.

I only sold it on as I didn't like the weight and on some occasions I would like liked to have been able to
switch to 3 or 4 tones but there's no option on the Safari.

Good luck with sales as I've no doubt you put many hours into getting the book together.

Title: Re: andy sabisch
Post by: WeLsH Boi on March 30, 2011, 09:17:34 AM
Many thanks for the info. Not being to clever with computers, I had a hard time tracking your book down. I could find it on American sites no problem at all just didn't fancy waiting for delivery! Il give joen Allan a ring now and get one on order now.

Many thank, Steve

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