Lost White Gold Wedding Band in Coquitlam, BC...Found

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I received a call the other night just before I was going to bed as I had to work early the next morning.  Tim told me that he lost his ring the day before while he was playing in the snow with his daughter. It was our first big snow dump this year.

I made arrangements to meet Tim and help find his ring,  I got there and he showed me the area where he believed his ring may be lost… this turned out to be quite a large area but I knew it was just a matter time and we would find it. Tim had his gloves on but remember where he took them off to take pictures of his daughter.  I started where he got ready to go to his truck to load the family but no ring.

I was fighting the power lines which were very close and these were the big Hightower power lines… It really sets off your Detector. We worked our way to the top of the hill where his family were sledding down and he took off his gloves a few times to take pictures… a total of approximately 40 minutes and we found his beautiful wedding band!



Tim was pretty happy to see his wedding band again and you can tell it meant the world to him! I have the greatest job in the world… I get to make people smile.


Thank you very much Tim for the very generous reward, I will donate 15% to Children’s Hospital as I do with all my rewards. Remember to checkout ”RingSafe” on our sponsor link on our website…This may prevent a future repeat of what happened today.

Thanks for reading my blog!

Best, Chris Turner

You can watch the video of the search below.


6 Replies to “Lost White Gold Wedding Band in Coquitlam, BC…Found”

  1. Great job, as always. You always bring a smile to my face when you find the lost item.

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Thank you Augusto, have you received your scoop let?

  2. gregg larabel says:

    Chris, I noticed you were using a smaller coil (looked like a 4″ coil) is that right. It gave me an idea to get through deep snow easier but would take longer to search. I have a few places on hold because of the deep snow here but I think I will try it with the smaller coil.

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Hi Gregg, No that wasn’t a 4” coil it was the standard 10” coil… It’s called snow camouflage, because it’s covered in snow it does give the illusion of a very small coil.
      Best, Chris

  3. John Volek says:

    Nice seeing the master refining the craft.

    John Volek

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Hi John, this search could have taken a couple hours easily but I got lucky and found it in 40 minutes… I love the snow searches…thanks for watching
      Best, Chris

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