I received a call yesterday from Nick about a lost Titanium wedding band that his wife had lost out in their front yard. The couple ONLY married for several weeks scraped up enough money and bought a metal detector to help aid in looking for the ring and not finding it in the search area they gave up the search after several days. Nick searched the internet and found my Ringfinders info and called me. I met Nick this morning and he showed me the area in question where the ring was lost. I started searching the area and didn’t find it. I called Nick over to see the screen on my metal detector and get more info when I eyeballed the ring right on top of the ground. I sort of made a gasp while I talked… I soon wandered over to get my GoPro to try to get his reaction on video without letting him know I found the ring. I did a quick intro and filmed his reaction (disbelief as where the ring was found). All I can say is rings are not always where you think they are. The titanium ring (6mm band) gave a #9 VDI on my whites v3i. Todays rings are not the typical to what our parents wore they are unique to personalities and the different metals are unique also. It has become a challenge for us detectorists to find these rings because we are so used to finding the same type of gold rings
Thanks for the call Nick. Glad I could help out you and your wife. If you have lost a ring and need help finding it, go to www.theringfinders.com and find a Ringfinder in your area.