Masters student Alison couldn’t recover her water depth sensor in the Humber river due to the water temperature & depth.
On December 14 I took the plunge & after less than 30 min located her $700 sensor. She is now able to complete her Masters & re-use the expensive sensor.
recovered water sensor
I was searching in a quarry on snorkel as I was not allowed to dive there on scuba.
I found 2 pennies, 2 nails, 2 can pop tops & 1 ring.
“I went swimming in a lake and lost my wedding ring. After spending a few hours swimming down 10 feet, we gave up the search. I thought it was gone for good before I found Paul online. He came with scuba gear and an underwater metal detector and found the ring in 25 minutes! Material possessions can be replaced, but the sentimental value cannot. We can’t thank you enough!”
Pietro was at a conservation area with his family & lost his ring when swimming. Once I arrived he pointed me to the “location” where he felt the ring slip off. The visibility was 1-2′ & I was able to find the ring in about 25 minutes.
Another happy customer. So far I am 2 for 2! 🙂
On my first official search for a wedding ring, I was able to find Diego’s wedding ring. He flipped a canoe near a friend’s cottage & lost 2 fishing poles & his wedding ring. The location was in ~18; in a bay of a lake. It took me about 1 hour to locate the “drop” area as the initial search location was not accurate for me. Note that the more accurate the “lost” location is, the better luck I will have in locating “your” treasure. I found the ring within 15 minutes of locating the fishing poles.
Diego has been married since Feb 2013 so finding the ring was very important to him & his wife. 2 Happy Customers!!