Rick, Jim, & Myself we’re out searching for recent drops today in our local ponds. Rick’s wife Jayne called my phone and left an Urgent message for us to return a call that she had just received, saying that we were recommended, by a local Metal-Detecting shop on Cape Cod, to help find a Wedding Band that was lost about an hour earlier on a beach. I called back immediately and Jessica picked up the phone, she proceeded saying that they were all down on the beach earlier, and that a friend of hers named Louis, had dropped his wedding band in the dry sand, they were wondering if we could help find it. I said yes but no guarantees. They were not to familiar with the area, and wasn’t sure what parking lot they were in. I told them to meet us there in an hour. We all jumped in the truck and headed down 25 miles away an got there earlier than expected, we met Lewis and Anton after about a 15 wait. Glad we waited for them to show up, as we were walking down the path and got onto the beach, Louis had mentioned that he put a stick down into the sand, where he thought he had dropped it. I asked him to please stand exactly where he thought it fell and not to move, I then proceeded to turn on my machine and took less than five seconds to receive my first signal, that just happened to be his beautiful 14 karat Rose Gold Wedding Band. We were all very happy to see it back on his finger that quickly. That’s where it belongs. Louis actually said incredible, just incredible we were all looking for over an hour on our hands snd knees to no avail. We were glad that Jessica called the Ring Finders.
14k Rose Gold Band
Carrie and Sid got a call from Morgan on Labor Day. Her husband of less than one year had lost his wedding band while working in their yard. He had many tasks so the ring could be in any of the four flower beds, garden, yard around the driveway, two potted plants or the trash can where plants and shrimp shells had been tossed. We each headed in different directions and began the search. The metal flower bed borders were the biggest problem. Lots of hunting was by pin pointer. After an hour, Carrie got a good signal on the grass a foot from a flower bed. Found! Needless to say, Morgan was excited and their marriage is now safe.
Thank you for the very generous reward.
Received a call from a young man on the volleyball courts. Everybody was looking, without success, for the ring he had just lost. Luck had it that I was 10 minutes away with all my equipment already inside my vehicle. Outside of the pepper spray incident, we were able to, in a matter of minutes, locate his grandmother’s ring after the clasp of the necklace he hung it on broke. He was overjoyed to have the ring his grandmother gave him before he left for Canada back.
I got a text from Dan he lost his ring at the beach early today. Asked if I could come out and if yes he would meet me at Cuposque Beach in Westhampton. I told him I would meet him there at 4:30. We agreed on a spot to meet.
When I got there we meet up and walked over to the beach to the area that he lost. When wwe got there he said is is the place, there was someone there that was still there from this morning. I set up a square out side of the spot where he was sitting. Started the search making small sweeps of the square. After two laps I get a very strong signal with something down about 2 inches. Took me beach scoop and BINGO there was the ring. He told all of the other beach goers that I found his ring. Many of them clapped.
Received a call late afternoon that a man’s ring was lost in the back yard in Medford. I told them that I would come right away, it was only 20 minutes from my house. When I got there they showed me area that the ring was lost. It seems that when the farther was playing with his son he felled the ring come off but didn’t see where it when. I started a large area search making overlaying sweeps I found the ring in the grass ,could not see it looking down, moved the grass with my fingers and that did the trick. I gave the ring to the mother and she then called her husband to say that she had the ring. as you can see she was happy
I received a call asking if I could find a ring in a backyard. My schedule allowed me to search the same day of the call. I arrived and was met by Rebecca and her fiancé who showed me where she possibly lost it. They told me she was throwing a ball to her dog and the ring flew off. They bought a metal detector and searched for two days before calling me. I began my search with the 4.5″ Super Sniper Search Coil so I could search easily in some thick brush and under bushes. After approx. 25min of searching and just minutes before a strong thunderstorm struck, I found the ring in leaves under a large bush. Rebecca immediately began crying with joy and gave me a big hug. I just love reuniting lost jewelry with its owner.
While using a rope swing in this beautiful Pond by Rodney, Ontario, this gentleman’s wedding ring slipped off when he let go and hit the water. After long breath holds in 10-15 feet of water with no luck, he found me on the ring finders site. I brought my scuba equipment out and suited up, after a 1/2 hour swinging my metal detector over the mud, that buzz sounded and the ring showed up with it’s gold shine through that fine silty water! What a happy customer!
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I received a call from Christina who lost her gold Tiffany earring yesterday while playing a game of baseball with her children on the beach in Ocean City, New Jersey. She wasn’t sure where it was lost, so I started with where her son drew home base in the sand. I put the coil down and heard the signal within a minute. The first dig was the last dig in this quick recovery.