Tungsten Ring Found....Toronto.

  • from North York (Ontario, Canada)
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I took a call last night from Adam about his lost ring.
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Adam had been throwing a ball to his dog last night in his apartment building’s courtyard, and his last throw was sidearm and he felt his ring fly off his finger.

I met Adam this afternoon at his apartment in Toronto and got a few more details.

I grabbed my gear and started to do a grid search in the most logical area his ring would have landed based on his recreation.

After searching for about an hour with no luck, I decided to try and search right where he had been standing as I’ve had ring searches where the ring fell off the person’s finger right at the end of their throw “follow thru” and land almost directly in front of them, the ring getting slammed into the ground.

Sure enough, after about two minutes I got a great signal and pinpointed the area.

After removing a bit of snow, there was Adam’s massive ring.
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Seriously huge…size 15..!!
I’ve never seen a ring this size before..!!
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Adam’s ring is tungsten carbide with a Koa wood inlay he purchased on a trip to Hawaii.
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He was relived to see it again and said that the ring came off obviously right in front of where he had been standing and probably stepped on it looking around for it last night.

Glad I could help out Adam and thank you so much for the generous reward..!!!

It really helps keep my service going and let’s me keep doing what I love to do.

Take care,

Mark Ellis

3 Replies to “Tungsten Ring Found….Toronto.”

  1. Chris Turner says:

    Way to go Mark, nice recovery! Snow searches can be fun so please send some snow to Vancouver! Looks like you have more then enough!
    Best, Chris

  2. HUGE RING! Great ‘thinking outside the box’ in order to find the ring.

  3. mike silverman says:

    Such ring is costly. I lost and was not found, it is probably so sad at all. Good thing you had metal detector. It was such a great help. Metal detecting is not just a hobby, it can be used in different ways.

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