- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis and the reward is agreed upon in advance. So, other than a local trip charge of $35 to cover my gas expense, if I'm unable to find what you lost, no matter how many hours I spend looking for it, you won't owe me a thing for my time.
This service applies....to anything on land and up to chest deep water only.
Any thing above chest deep water we'll need to use scuba equipment for that service there's a $100 charge to suit up...pay in advance.
Beaches, Parks, Yards, Homesteads, Campgrounds and Jobsites
I'm also a certified scuba diver if needed. With Hawaii's unique environment most detectors have a tendency to give off a lot of false readings causing a lot of wasted time and energy.
I use detectors by Minelab that are proven to work well on the islands.
I cover the whole island of Oahu
Don Bryant's Bio
Aloha and welcome to TheRingFinders
I'm originally from Northern California and moved to Hawaii in 2006
I have about 25 years of experience metal detecting in a lot of different environments from freshwater lakes, hunting for relics from the gold rush of California and now on the Beaches of Hawaii.
Being able to return an item of value like a wedding ring or engagement ring for someone on vacation or just out for the day is extremely rewarding....the look on there face when the item is found is priceless!
Unfortunately i'm not able to return most of the items I find to the original owner....but hopefully we can help return yours.
Don Bryant - Recent Blog Posts
Determination is how I describe the recovery of this Wedding Ring…I was talking to my friend Joe about a difficult dive I had the following week, Hale’iwa Beach Park apparently is a popular fishing destination and had accumulated thousands of led fishing weights over the years, After about 2 hours of scuba diving with my […]
I went out for a dive with a friend Joe who is also a ring finder and we managed to find two rings that day in front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The next day I received a call from Joe he told me that he was checking Craigslist’s lost & found and there was […]
Saturday, the North Shore of Oahu was going to be hit by a large swell. Consequently, on Friday afternoon, when I received the call from Chase and Karolina asking me if I could help them find a lost wedding ring, in the water near Turtle Bay Resort, I knew I would be up for a […]
One evening as I was sleeping, a nice lady named Carrie left a message on my voicemail at around 10 pm. She said that she has lost her wedding band at Waikiki beach and wanted to see if I could help her. I texted her back at 6 am thinking she would still be sleeping, […]
I received a call Saturday morning from Scott asking if I could help him find his wife’s wedding ring on the beach at Waimea Bay on The North Shore of Oahu. Apparently, she had taken it off, and laid it on her towel while putting on sunscreen. Unfortunately, it ended up in the sand. While […]