Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, that means you pay what it’s worth to you and what you can afford to have me find your lost ring or piece of jewellery.
Beaches, Shallow water, Parks, Private properties and yards, anywhere with legal access (or where legal access has been obtained). I have underwater detectors to 6 feet.
South coast NSW and the ACT
Bevan Badcott's Bio
have been detecting for many years and use only the latest waterproof detectors. I take great pleasure in finding items that mean a great deal to people and am delighted when customers are reunited with jewellery which they believe has been lost forever. I will make exhaustive searches using the very best equipment along with my knowledge, experience and expertise in order to find those items which may otherwise never be found.
Bevan Badcott - Recent Blog Posts
I had spent the weekend celebrating a close friends Golden Wedding Anniversary in Sydney and so I didn’t pick up on a message sent to me from Vicki on the 19th of January. Apparently, her friend Nadia, had been visiting the beautiful Eurobodalla south coast of NSW, and whilst swimming at McKenzie’s Beach on the […]
John rang me this morning after finding me on The Ring Finders web site. He had been swimming at a local beach in Batemans Bay NSW Australia, and had felt his 14k Wedding band slip off. In desperation he had searched the area for most of the afternoon trying to see if he could find […]
Got a call from Bill yesterday evening explaining that he had lost his Wedding Ring on the Beach at Merimbula, whilst playing with his dog. He also explained that he was on the second week of his Honeymoon and both he and his new Bride were naturally both very upset. Merimbula is about two and […]
Had a call from Chad late yesterday afternoon. He had dropped his car keys whilst walking on his bush block in Batemans Bay. Unfortunately his spare set was at home with his wife in Canberra, two hours away. Chad had searched all afternoon but could not find them in the thick undergrowth that […]
I received an email during the week from a man who had lost his wedding ring whilst tidying the bush block around his house. He had hired a metal detector from a local store but with limited knowledge of how it worked he had spent some hours trying to locate it but to no avail. […]