This ring find began while I was in Ulua Lagoon hunting for a set of lost keys and a gentleman named Andy told me his friend Ed from Sacramento, California just lost his Wedding Band in the water as he was coming ashore from snorkeling. I told him I’d follow him over to the spot. Unfortunately there were a dozen kids playing in the knee deep water where the ring came off. Ed helped me mark out a grid and said the band was a Comfort Fit Titanium ring. After starting my in and out grid search I got a screaming target and there was a ring. I asked Ed is this yours? He looked at it rather hesitantly and said “No” with a look of bewilderment on his face. I said see your not the only one that has lost a ring recently. I said, “Don’t worry” and continued my grid search. I found several coins and a Matchbox car but no more rings. I talked it over with Ed to make sure I had covered the correct area and he assured me that I had. I thought maybe because so many kids were playing in the area that maybe as I was trying to avoid them yet cover the area I missed the ring. I told Ed let me try a search parallel to the shore and thankfully one of the Moms saw what I was trying to do and came down and got all the kids out of the grid. Two minutes later I got another screamer and there was a Tungsten ring in the scoop. “That’s it” Ed said with a sigh of relief. This is Tungsten not Titanium. Oh I guess your right but that’s the ring. I’m positive it was and Ed was so thrilled it was found. Now he wouldn’t have to explain to his wife how he lost his ring in knee deep water on their vacation. Aloha to Ed!