- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis and 15% of all money made goes to charity... Penticton Children's Hospital.I have a call out fee of $25 if the ring is not found, this covers my fuel expenses.
Beaches, Parks, Lakes & Yards... I also have an underwater metal detector and can search up to 5 feet of water.
Okanagan, willing to travel anywhere.
Ken Dewerson's Bio
I run a metal detector sales and rental company out of my home. I have over 40 years of metal detecting experience, and I've been helping people find their lost jewelry for 11 years.
I'm a man with metal detectors and a desire to help people find what they have lost. I enjoy this service and helping people! That's why I joined The Ring Finders.
Ken Dewerson - Recent Blog Post
I just got home from 3 hours of swinging my detector in Okanagan lake when there was a phone call and an email from Jaime that she had lost her ring in the Lake. She was at the Doggie Park throwing sticks for her 2 dogs Tosh and Reo when her ring caught on the […]
Chris was out back of his condo walking his Australian Terrier in the snow, going back inside he realized he had lost his wedding ring. He found me on The Ringfinders website and gave me a call. I responded at 8am the next morning, Chris suspected that it came off while he was shaking the […]
Will. was visiting Kelowna from Vancouver and was playing in the City Park with his family. On the way back to the hotel he noticed his wedding band was missing. After spending 1 hour on his hands and knees searching, he found me on the website and I responded the next morning at 6am. He […]
Caden was celebrating his graduation with a large group of his peers at a beach resort North of Kelowna when he realized he had lost his ring next to a cliff leading down to the beach. He marked the location and returned later to search for the ring with no success. His mother Tara was […]
Louise`s daughter and friends were out of High School enjoying the recent snow fall when she realized she had lost her mothers gold ring and her silver finger splint. Louise had 6 school friends out three times searching for the rings, they even used a metal detector to no avail. I was out of country, […]
Ken Dewerson - Testimonials
Thank you so much Ken!! You are amazing!! (2019)
No amount of words that I have could properly thank Ken for finding my ring. It is a native carved wrap humming bird ring that my aunt Allison gave to me for grade 12 graduation. A ring that I could never find a replacement for.
I was out at the beach tossing sticks for my two dogs who absolutely love the water when I felt the ring being tugged off by a knob on the stick. Automatically I slid my thumb to my ring finger to feel for the ring already my heart had sank because I knew that I wouldn’t find it there. That particular evening the wind was blowing and the waves were crashing on the beach. There would be no chance to find the ring as I couldn’t even recall hearing a splash in the water giving the rings general direction. Out of chance it didn’t go far my husband and I scoured the surrounding beach with no luck. The next morning bright and early I went back to the beach with a rake but I knew that with the crashing of the waves and the water movement I wouldn’t find it without more help. I reached out on FB and a friend directed me to The Ring Finders. The next day Ken found my ring with his underwater metal detector (and a lot of garbage… so sad) in the Okanagan lake. It wasn’t an easy find because I didn’t really know where it was, just where I was when I lost it. Ken wouldn’t give up until he found it! Thank you so much Ken!! You are amazing!!
Our son rented a metal detector but we found what we really needed was an experienced operator. (2017)
Very tired at the end of a day of filling bags of leaves, I was very much disturbed to discover my ring finger bare of my wedding ring and was downhearted as I contemplated the daunting search of our yard. Our son rented a metal detector but we found what we really needed was an experienced operator.
Ken was more than that. He was eager, dedicated, and determined to find my missing wedding ring. Perhaps he was a bit sentimental, too, as he and his wife were also married in 1964. After first searching our front and back yards without success, Ken promised to return to empty and search each of the twenty bags.
As good as his word, Ken returned, persistently emptying each bag until he picked up a signal in the lucky thirteenth bag! Thank you, Ken!
Ken was undeterred. "Oh I'll find it," (2016)
Canada Day weekend our family was swimming in Okanagan Lake. I reached out to my son and was filled with terror as I realized my wedding ring was gone!
A panicked search by my husband, son and several helpful beachgoers proved unsuccessful. That was when a gentleman at the beach told me about Ken. He responded to my email almost immediately and was in the water at 5am the next morning.
He didn't find it that day, but Ken was undeterred. "Oh I'll find it," he said. Sure enough, Tuesday morning, deep in the waters of Okanagan Lake he got a hit and knew it was my ring. He was right!
Besides the financial value, my wedding ring was created with stones from my mother and grandmothers jewellery and is very dear to me. I had lost all hope of ever finding it.
Thank you so much Ken!
You are truly amazing... (2015)
Thanks again so very much for your quick response time and determination to find my sons ring. You are truly amazing and we ALL thank you so ever much.
Bless you, Ken