Baham from Minnetrista, Minnesota lost his family heirloom that was handed down to him. Bahram was climbing up the rear of his boat and the medallion caught the platform of the boat and dropped into Lake Minnetonka, His wife’s friend looked up the Ringfinders on the web and contacted me, I was there the same day with the scuba gear and the underwater metal detector. This was a nice dive and a great recovery.
Ann Mcdonalds daughter dropped her 18 K gold braclet of the dock in lake Minnetonka in 20 feet of water. I managed to recover her barclet after about an hour of scuba diving and using my trusty Minelab Metal Detector first we had to remove all the lawn chairs and beer can to find the signal. I really enjoyed the this dive, it always makes my day when they say that was incredable like I was magician with a magic hat. I love it
Sean Daly lives on the lake of all lakes here in the Twin Cities Lake Minnetonka. Friday night Sean called the Ring Finders and asked if we could come out and rescue his phone from the depths of the lake. I tossed my scuba gear in the truck and my metal detector
It is water proof
and took off for the lake for some scuba recovery. It was also a good thing that Sean’s phone was a new water proof model, I guess this was the real test for that. I put on my gear and headed for the water first I found the fishing pole then his E cigarette and then the phone.
Again another happy customer thanks for calling the Ring Finders.
Robb Reimer had taken his daughter to the park for some fun last weekend in the wet slushy sloppy melting snow. He was attempting to get her over the snow banks and to the park in his arms, Robb didn’t get to far before he went down. His ring hand went in the snow to save his fall. Robb had gotten everyone back to safety on the cement and knocked the snow of themselves. This is when Robb noticed he lost his wedding band gone . Prior to calling The RingFinders he rented a metal detector, I suggest people not do this, because you can actually make things worse like step on the ring and drive it deeper into the muck. Well after a bazillion beeps he gave up and then contacted the Ringfinders. It took Robb and I around 30 minutes to find the ring. While Robb was shoveling out the snow in the park on the side walk I was checking the other side of the walk in the place he shock of the snow, sure enough it was just under the snow a little about a half inch. Robb sure was happy, Every time I find someone’s wedding ring I feel like I saved another marriage. Thanks Robb for calling the RingFinders and letting us help
Kristen Bowmen Contacted the Ring Finders and requested our help in locating the wedding ring her husband Brady lost in the snow bank outside of there apartment building. This ring was a special ring like all wedding bands are I guess, but this was his fathers ring. Brady was so desperate to find the ring he shoveled out a huge snow bank by himself. I just want to say thanks for the help Brady, wish more people would help like that. While we dug and searched his wife was freezing her ears off she went to find a warm place across the street. The find took about a half an hour but the Metal Detector finally sounded of with the scream of gold. Brady said to me just one word that I will hold for years to come” Impressive”.
Again thanks from the Ring Finder organization we are happy to reunite
Brady’s ring found.
people with the lost.
Kiran Gumber lost her ring when she shook the snow off her hands. She first contacted Darrin Gray of the RingFinders. Darrin gave it his best shot with a broken metal detector. Darrin called me to see if I wanted to assist in the find. Darrin and I are actually a team we work together, I mean in our careers, and then we dive together and just enjoy the hunt. Well Saijeev Kumar and his wife Kiran are headed back to there home to India the following day. If I didn’t find there ring they would have lost it forever.
I was really proud to have been the one to record there smiles of happiness after there family er loom was back on her finger .
Family er loom
Sharon Peterson and her husband of St. Paul Minnesota were out raking leaves and composting them in the back yard when Sharon noticed she had lost her three wedding bands. She contacted me Scott Juusola from the RingFinders Network and I recovered her rings with our top of the metal detectors and a rake. Thanks Sharon for letting me be a part of the ring recovery.
Sharon feels better now.
I was out doing a dive metal detecting my favorite honey hole on the West side of Minneaplois, prior to getting in the water a man and and his son and a small dog came over and told me he lost his Rosery in the water that was 20 feet deep off the dive dock. i said if I find it I will return it, sure enough
- I feel great
The Higher Power
with the help of someone above I found it. I came up two hours later from my dive and he was waiting sitting on the steps. I walked towards him with 100 lbs of scuba gear and kees buckling and showed hin the neclace. He was so happy to get it back. The only reward that day was the friend I made and the Impact of our Hobby be known.
Paul and Jacqueline of Coon Rapids, Minnesotan were raking leaves when Paul lost his wedding ring in the leaves. They contacted myself Scott Juusola at TheRingfinders.com, We found the ring in the orange pumpkin bags they had stuffed with leaves. Sorry about the mess when I broke open the bag. Thanks again for letting me help in the recovery of your ring with my metal detector.