I had just finished another search across town when Austin’s sister called me to ask if I was available. She had found me on line while her brother was searching the sand at Riviera Beach in San Clemente, CA.
He is visiting his family here and they spent the day at this local beach. He had put his tungsten wedding band in his shirt pocket leaving it on the sand when he went swimming. While he was swimming, his brother moved the shirt and the ring fell from the pocket into the sand.
They were not upset at the loss because it should have been easy to find it. Wrong!
After more than two hours Austin was losing confidence that he could find it. His sister told him I was available and let him call me for help.
I told Austin that my metal detector could easily find his ring if he marks the location so we could get close to the area of the loss.
We met on the beach an hour later and it only took a short time till we had his ring in the scoop. I have been using my XP Deus metal detector on these dry sand searches because it’s very fast and efficient. Austin was very happy and impressed with how well the metal detector worked to find the ring he had felt would be easy to find by hand searching.
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