If the player has Varrock armour, the effects of it will stack with the bonus of the mining suit as long as the player has the all of the suit equipped. As such, the player will gain 6% more experience as well as a chance to receive an extra ore. Either the mining top or Varrock armour can be worn to get these benefits, as long as the player possesses both.
Multiple pieces are obtainable from the Liquid Gold Nymph using the drop trick. When the nymph appears, drop the piece you want another of, before talking to the nymph.
It can be stored in a player's costume room.
The full set consists of the Golden mining helmet, Golden mining top, Golden mining trousers, Golden mining gloves and Golden mining boots. Wearing this set gives a 6% boost to any Mining experience the player gains. The average time between getting parts is approximately 3–5 hours (some players report waiting 24+ hours and some have gotten within minutes) and the parts are received in the order shown below, from top to bottom. After the Golden mining top is received, the Liquid Gold Nymph will either offer the player some Mining experience or gild a pickaxe in the player's inventory. Use the pickaxe that you wish to gild on the Nymph to gild your pickaxe.
|Golden mining boots||1%|
|Golden mining gloves||1%|
|Golden mining helmet||1%|
|Golden mining trousers||1%|
|Golden mining top||1%|
(Total weight: 48 kg)
Note that this table shows the parts in their given order.
- The concept art of the golden mining suit appears to have spurs, while the suit in the game does not.
- The bonus from the golden mining suit applies whilst skilling in the clan citadel.
- On death in the Wilderness, the golden mining suit is not lost and can be reclaimed where the player died, given he/she is fast enough.
- The whole mining suit weighs 48 kg, which is reasonable as gold has a high density in real life.
- With the release of Botany Bay on the 26th of September, 2012, the golden mining suit has received a bonus boost, doubling the experience of the set from 2.5% to 5%