- Diver/Underwater Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a traditional reward basis... you pay me what you can afford, and what it’s worth to you, to have your lost item found.
My service call fee is very reasonable and covers my expenses if the item is not found. Please give me a call to discuss your needs.
Yards, Parks, Beaches, and Water, including shallow diving, dependent on conditions. If you lost your ring in a public area it is important to call me as soon as possible.
Portland & Columbia River Gorge... Including Beaverton, Tigard, Wilsonville, Woodburn, Estacada, Gresham, Forest Grove, Scappoose, Vancouver, Battle Ground, Camas, Washougal, The Dalles and all areas in between!
"Happy to search other Oregon and Washington areas, give me a call"
Del Witters's Bio
Happily married with 3 grown sons. Retired after 26 years of US Army & Coast Guard service. Prefer a firm handshake to a contract and I'm as honest as they come.
Purchased my first metal detector in 1973 and have found more than 60 pieces of gold and silver jewelry. Metal detecting for lost items, especially jewelry, is a learned craft and I am confident that with my extensive experience, quality tools and persistence I will find your lost item if it's within the area searched.
Del Witters - Recent Blog Posts
I initiated this recovery when I saw a Craigslist ad looking to rent a metal detector to find some lost keys; a short email explaining The Ring Finders service was all it took. Alex felt hiring a professional was a much better option than fumbling through the process himself. He had lost his keys about […]
Ally called and said her husband lost his wedding ring the night before in the snow. They were walking to their car after a NBA game and Mason thought he’d throw some snow. While brushing the snow off his hands he felt his ring slip off. Mason & Ally, another couple, and a guy with […]
Luke called and explained how he may have lost his heavy platinum wedding band while shoveling his sidewalk and driveway snow. He was wearing gloves but thought he must have taken them off at some point and his ring came off because he couldn’t find it in their house. I was only a few minutes […]
Cathy lost one earring 4 months ago while cutting brush on her acreage when the protective headphones she was wearing were ripped off her head by a branch. She immediately touched her ears and noticed the large diamond stud was gone; checking the ground and clothes were unsuccessful. Her neighbor tried with his metal detector […]
Christian went to the aid of his wife during a rare icy snow storm in Portland and along the way had to chain-up himself. He forgot his ring was in the breast pocket of his scrubs and thought that when he bent over to work on his tires it slid out into the snow. He […]