Welcome to Phase Technical!
Greetings, and welcome to the Phase Technical website!
My name is Nenad Lonic and I am the founder of Phase Technical. I wanted to say a few words coinciding with the launch of the official website. It has been a long time coming, (11 months in fact) when I first decided to take on the challenge of working for myself. It’s been a difficult road but we’re getting there and it’s true what they say “there’s no substitute for hard work”. I truly believe this, in whatever your goals are in life.
In addition to the products and services offered, the website will feature regular articles about all things metal detecting, which leaves me with a wide scope of topics to discuss. I’ll share ideas on how to get the most from your detectors, how to fine-tune your settings, and spill the dirt on some of my research and testing knowledge. I’ll also invite guest bloggers to share their expertise from time to time.
Ever since I was young I was always interested in metal detectors, but I began actually using them around 1993. Back then, I would take what little pocket money I had and hire a lower end gold detector from the local shop and get my Mum to drive me to the goldfields. I found my first ever nugget when I went all out and hired a Minelab SD2100, and true to what they say, I had “the fever”. I then purchased a Sovereign detector, and became as keen about beach detecting as gold prospecting – living 5 mins from the beach had its advantages.
Some years later, I was fortunate enough to land a position with Minelab, where I was able to use my knowledge to assist others looking to buy their first detector. Over time, my role expanded to assisting in the development of new detectors, technical articles and product training whilst still being available to discuss all things detecting with end users. Fast forward to today, I have many more detectors (a bit like fishing lures, you can never have enough), I’m enjoying my detecting more than ever, and so it was only natural that I started up a business that allowed me to share my passion, knowledge and expertise. And hence, Phase Technical was born.
With the first blog post complete, it’s time to write the next one! Drop me an email, and let me know what kind of topics you would like to see posted on the Phase Technical website.
Cheers and keep that coil swinging