Jose was building a snowman with his daughter when he felt his beautiful, platinum wedding band slip off his hand. Thinking it fell at his feet, he began to look for it. Next he had friends and neighbors helping him but the ring seemed to have disappeared. Rings lost in sand or snow can be pushed around and sink deeper.
Jose found The Ring Finders and we got out to him as soon as possible. With a quick sweep of the metal detector, the ring was found exactly where he thought it was. Only it had been pushed and and it was deep and impacted in the hard, stomped snow.
Aditya was tossing a football around when he felt his ring go flying from his finger. He frantically looked all over with no luck. That night his friends recommended buying a metal detector. But Aditya did a little research and found a better option, he found The Ring Finders!
I arrived early and spoke with the parks department to allow us to hunt for the ring, metal detectors are forbidden in the park.
We quickly got to the area where Aditya was playing football. Within half an hour it was back on his hand and he was heading back on the subway to Queens a very happy man.
Can you spot the ring? “Eyeballing” lost rings can be difficult. But our Metal Detectors can catch them with ease.
Another happy recovery! (trust me, that’s a really happy New Yorker)
No matter the price of the ring, the only true worth is the sentimental value. Was happy to have been able to get this back to Aditya.
Jonathan called me a few weeks after losing his wedding ring while paddling an inter-tube a few yards from the shore. A beautiful Platinum band with an engraving of his wedding date on the inside. Jonathan had made good mental notes of where he lost it and he provided me detailed maps of the general area. With this info and tide charts, I headed out to look for the ring at low tide. I worked the area in a grid pattern to ensure I was searching every inch of the beach. The ring was found almost exactly where he thought it fell off his hand. Another successful ring recovery!
Anders from Brooklyn was tossing a football near the surf when his wedding band slipped off his finger. He felt it and saw it fly away.
He knew where it was but couldn’t find it. It vansished under the sand.
Anders did a quick google search and found The Ring Finders. Less than 24 hours after he lost it, we headed out to the spot where he saw it flying through the air. I turned on my metal detector and swung the machine. The very first signal was his wedding band. He couldn’t believe it! We weren’t there more than a few minutes. It was where he knew it would be. He just needed the help of a metal detector and The Ring Finders expertise.
Sofia was successfully reunited with her family heirloom. The ring is priceless to her so the presssure was on! I had anticipated difucult conditions so had brought along a variety of machines and coils. She lost it while shoveling the sidewalk so I knew trash and interference could make it difficult.
Like most lost rings, it wasn’t where she expected it to be. The ring found its way onto a snow bank, nowhere near where she thought and a lot deeper then you would think it could sink in packed snow.
Persistence and preparedness paid off, especially to make Sofia so happy when she saw what she thought was lost forever was really only one beep away.
Gabriella searched for 5 days before calling The Ring Finders. It took just over an hour to recover this beautiful diamond ring from a high school field. Smiles all around!
Another great ending to a beautiful wedding ring that was lost during a picnic at the botanical gardens. We were able to get permission to metal detect the area where the ring was lost. Not more than 10 minutes later the ring was back were it belonged. Big smiles all around. A picture perfect recovery!