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Rings Lost from Beach Bag .. Marina Del Rey, CA. .. Found with the help of a Metal Detector Expert

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)


















If you need a metal detector expert call or text ..Stan the Metal Detector Man … 949-500-2136

*** A nice lady named Summer called asking for help to find two rings that may have fallen out of her beach bag. Summer was at her local volleyball court in Marina Del Rey, CA. the day before calling me. She wasn’t sure but thought her two favorite rings may be in the sand. They also could be anywhere between the beach and her home a mile from where she had taken the rings off, placing them in her beach bag.

Lately I have had several calls for other lost pieces of jewelry that had inadvertently pulled out of bags or purses. I told her it’s very possible the rings could still be there. At least I can scan the area and tell her the rings are not there. 

We met at Marina Del Rey beach volleyball recreation area an hour later. She was able to put me on the exact spot where the bag had been the day before. Turned on the metal detector making a few adjustments then taking a couple practice swings. A short time later I had both rings in the scoop. The made it through the night, hiding in the sand. Needless to say Summer was extremely happy and relieved that her favorite rings were not lost forever.. 

I like it when rings are lost in sand, soft dirt or grass. That way the lost items can hide from someone accidentally finding them and not knowing how or where to find the owners. All in all it was another great day of recovering sentimental rings for such a nice lady..


I am available now call to ask for help or any other information you would like to know about how Mobile Metal Detecting service works .. I WILL TRY ANYWHERE.

Lost Gold Ring on a Busy Beach Day at Huntington State Beach .. Doesn’t Hamper Recovery

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)











If You need help finding a ring or other valuable Call or Text .. Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136

*** I was a very summer day in Southern California and the beaches were packed. Finlay and his family were at Huntington State Beach when he lost his gold wedding band while brushing off sand with his hand. They search a small area for more than an hour before conceding that it was an futile task without the proper equipment.

While scanning the internet for a place to rent or buy a metal detector they found my contact information. He called, I got the location and was on the road. Even though it was less than 5 miles away. The line of cars waiting to get into the State Beach was more than a mile long at all three entrances. 

Plan “B” for beach access on days like this is to use my Segway. I found parking a couple miles south and rode the Segway to the location, using the bicycle/ pedestrian path. 

We connected by using the cellphone. The search area was small so the recovery was quick. They were a very grateful couple and it was my pleasures to be available to help them. We also have to remember how modern day technologies helped make this possible.

I am ready to help you now with any questions about this service call now I will pick up .. Stan … 949-500-2136.


Buried Cache Recovered In Backyard of Los Angeles Home by Ringfinder Stan Ross

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)



















If you need a metal detector expert call Stan the Metal Detector Man, Independent member of TheRingFinders.. 949-500-2136

… Cache located in backyard. SPOILER ALERT ! The contents of the cache has been kept a secret as I agreed to a NDA .. non disclosure agreement. 

Here’s the rest of the story. Sara called me telling me she needed help to find a buried item in her backyard. Her father had buried a plastic tube in the backyard with valuables to be given to his four daughters. He has past away unexpectedly. 

He had given Sara verbal directions and told her the items were in a black pvc tube that was wrapped in plastic. It was buried in a garden area and most of it was under the concrete deck. 

The sisters had tried digging all along the garden and a couple feet under the cement deck. They had no luck finding the buried tube that she knew contained metal items.

We agreed to meet at the residence on a week day afternoon. When I accessed the area it was 90% dug up with piles of dirt along the patio deck. I chose to use my detector with a small probe type coil, several pinpointers with extension handles and a 4 foot bottle probe. 

There was at least one metal pipe that was a bit troublesome but I proceeded to check all the excavated hole. Secondly I decided to do some preliminary probing with the bottle probe. “BINGO”.. as I probed the beginning of where they had started the digging, I felt the probe hit plastic. From Sara’s description of the tube and how it was wrapped, I knew this had to be the treasure.

Three of the sisters were in the house making lunch for us ( part of the deal I made) .. They were excited about the find and called the fourth sister. They had agreed beforehand that every one would be present when the treasure was opened which would be tomorrow. I had already agreed to a non disclosure of the cache or its contents, so I didn’t get to see its contents. That OK with me. It was an awesome recovery and the ladies were very nice. Lunch was awesome .. Thank You for the Lunch !!

I’m available to help you now. Please call I can answer any questions you may have about how this service works.. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call or text Stan .. 949-500-2136

Two Cartier Rings Recovered from the Sand using a Metal Detector Service .. Newport Beach, CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)












Stan the Metal Detector Man .. member of TheRingFinders was called to retrieve two lost Cartier Love Rings .. Available now to help you find your lost sentimental item.. Call or Text … 949-500-2236


*** Lilly called me just before sunset. She and her friend were on the sand in Newport Beach, CA. All I needed to hear was that she felt her ring come off her finger and disappear into the sand. We needed to get on this right away. I told her I was only a mile away and I could find if she could stay there till I arrived.

I met her 20 minutes later at the location on the dry sand. She said it was a yellow gold ring, pointing out a 10’x10’ square area. Boom!  A few swings and I got a great signal. After scooping up the target I could see a beautiful 18k Cartier Love ring. She was overwhelmed. 

Then she told me that another ring was lost while searching she was searching for this ring. I didn’t take the time to ask her what kind of ring. This area was a bit larger but not a problem as I set up a grid area to begin scanning with my metal detector. Boom ! Again I had another yellow gold ring in my scoop. To my surprise it was another Cartier Love Ring. 

Lilly and her friend were so happy after spending several searching the sand believing it was impossible to find such a small item in tons of sand. Also they were returning to Seattle he next day. I love making smiles.


If you need help or information on how to find your ring or other jewelry feel free to call or text Stan The Metal Detector Man now .. 949-500-2136  ..  I WILL TRY ANYWHERE 

Lost Gold Necklace in Sand at Newport Beach, CA .. Metal Detecting Mobile Service

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)


Metal Detector Man mobile metal detecting service for all of Southern California.. Available to help you now… Call or Text ASAP…. Anytime… Stan   949-500-2136

… Sean’s family is visiting Newport Beach for a week He went surfing and put his gold necklace with a Gold Cross pendant in his backpack. Later that evening the chain and pendant were not in the Back pack.

His Aunt contacted me 3 days after the loss. They believed the jewelry may have been pulled out of the backpack when taking the towel out.

She met me on the beach telling me that the missing necklace was a gift to her nephew when he was very young.

I told her it could be findable even though several days had passed. Chains can be a challenge with most detectors. I proceeded in a large area that she showed me. Still aware that they were not sure where the loss occurred. The item wasn’t missed until they returned to their rental house four blocks away.

The recovery was made on the beach in the dry sand. It was such a broken up signal in my earphones I almost didn’t dig it..

Sean was just coming out of the water just after I found the necklace.. It was a pleasure to hand it to him. He was more than elated and very appreciative for my help.

If you or anyone you know has  lost a precious sentimental item, I can help you. Besides metal detectors, I have tools to search cars, inside buildings, in the water, etc. Call for information ..”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Stan the Metal Detector Man … 949-500-2136


Spring Break Tourist Loses Sentiment Ring at Beach ..Found and Returned by TheRingFinders Member

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)












Metal Detector Man mobile metal detecting service available to help you now … Member of TheRingFinders Metal Detecting directory… Call or Text Stan .. 949-500-2136

*** Avery called me about 11:30 pm asking for help to find a very sentimental ring she had lost in the sand. She was hoping to meet me in the morning as it was so late she didn’t think I would be available now.  I know the beach well and told her our chances of finding her ring would be best if she could meet me at the location in the next 30 minutes.

We met just before midnight in a safe place of Newport Beach, CA. She had her boyfriend with her and we took off to a location 2 blocks south. They were disagreeing on the location where the loss seemed to occur. Within a few minutes her girl friend came up to us saying that we were 3 blocks south of where they had been on the beach. 

I went to that location because her girlfriend was more confident than the other two. This is not uncommon people that aren’t familiar with the beach get mixed up especially in the dark. Avery was very upset and in tears. I started a grid search with my metal detector and within 20 minutes had her ring in the sand scoop. 

You can see that it was an emotional moment when I returned the ring to Avery. This is what I like about doing these searches. I wish everyone could see as many happy moments as I have seen.

Ready to serve you now.. I Will Try Anywhere .. Please contact me ASAP .. Timing is an important factor to getting your sentimental keepsake back to you …. Call or Text  949-500-2136

Lost heirloom rings in water at Wekiva Falls, Sorrento, Florida….found with a metal detector!

  • from Sanford (Florida, United States)

If you need help finding a lost metallic keepsake or item call or text me ASAP and let’s talk! Mike McInroe…321-363-6029

Mrs Jocelyn was enjoying a beautiful day at Wekiva Falls and spent most of the day floating in the cool water while her kids and grandson played in the deeper waters of the spring where the slide was located. Towards the end of their swim Jocelyn needed some help getting out of her tube and up the bank and she noticed her diamond rings were missing from her finger. She immediately called her family to help look for her rings in the shallow water but it was nowhere to be found and that is when they called me. Jocelyn wrote,”While spending time with family in Sorrento at Wekiva Falls RV Resort, Florida I lost the wedding ring set that has been in my family for generations! I gave Mike McInroe a call! I found him on a Google search through Theringfinders and he said he wanted to come out that night instead of waiting until morning. I was comforted by Mike’s smile as soon as I met him! We showed him the area we were in and Praise God, within 10 minutes of searching he found my lost ring set! Mike was so kind and sweet. If I could give him an infinite amount of stars it wouldn’t be enough! I just can’t thank him enough!”

It was truly an honor to help Mrs Jocelyn and her family!

How can I help you find your lost ring? Call or text me ASAP and tell me how I can help you!

Mike McInroe….honored to be a member of theringfinders.com

Easter Egg Hunt at a Park goes wrong when two heirloom ring were lost in grass, San Dimas, CA.

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If you need help finding a lost metallic keepsake call Stan The Metal Detector Man , member of TheRingFinders… 949-500-2136

*** Tony and his family went to a San Dimas, CA. park for a picnic and Easter egg hunt. After 4 or 5 hours they got ready to leave and he realized his two gold heirloom rings were missing. They had to be somewhere in the grass. The main problems were the grass was very thick and he had been playing with his kids in a large area of the park.

He took his family home and went to the Harbor Freight store buying two metal detectors. Tony then returned to the park searching till 9pm. After an unsuccessful attempt to find either of the rings, found me on TheRingFinders website. 

We met early the next morning at the park. I decided that we should start we’re he felt they spent the most time. After a short time the two rings were recovered. Tony was so ecstatic and relieved to have these two rings back. He was very discouraged that a metal detector could find a ring in the grass because the detectors had purchased were giving faulty signals constantly. 

After finding his rings I was able to give him ideas on how the metal detector works. He is going to look into getting a better detector so he can start getting into the hobby.

I WIIL TRY ANYWHERE .. Call or Text as soon as possible, available 7/24 … Stan   949-500-2136

Lost Ring at the beach in Malibu, CA. .. found with a Metal detector expert

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Malibu Beach Ring Finder Stan Ross .. Mobile Metal Detecting Service .. Call or Text Now .. 949-500-2136

*** Abby and her friends had spent the day at a small beach in Malibu, CA. When they started to pick up their beach stuff, she realized her favorite silver ring was not on her finger. They spent over an hour searching the dry sand because she had not been in the water or any other location on the beach.

   One of Abby’s friends found my information with a google search for ideas on how to find a ring at the beach. They called me and I asked a few basic questions. The most important question was can you wait at the location till I get there?  

It was going to be dark but that is not a problem. Getting there tonight would save her another trip to the location. From what she told me, I assured her that once I got there the search should not take much time.

We met about an hour later. After seeing the 40’x50’ area I began a grid search. There wasn’t much metal trash signals, but it was black sand which can be a nuisance as can interfere with most metal detectors. 

It wasn’t looking good when I neared the end of the search area. Then a strong high conductor signal broke through the black sand. YEP! Digging up one scoop of sand and shaking the scoop we could hear the heavy silver ring clanking in the scoop. Total time of the search was about a half hour.  If I started at that end of the search area it would have been 5 minutes. 

Abby and her friends were very grateful. 

Call ASAP.. 24/7.. Timing Important and can make the difference to find your valuable keepsake. .. I an available Now and I WILL TRY ANYWHERE. … Stan   949-500-2136

Sentimental Wedding Ring Recovered in Sand at Seal Beach, CA. .. Using a Metal Detector

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)










*** It was a Wednesday after a day at work, Jared and his took his son to Seal Beach, CA. for a walk on the beach just before sunset. It’s winter and the city has a 20ft. sand berm built up to protect beach front homes from high surf.

They took a few minutes to play around on the steep sand berm while leaving the beach. Jared felt his ring slip from his finger immediately disappearing in the sand. It was cold, getting dark and  they had to get home for dinner. Jared felt he may have a better chance to find his ring the next day as it’s only a couple miles from his home. 

Using the internet to get ideas on how to find a ring in the sand, he found my information on TheRingFinders website. He called right away, which I recommend for items lost on the beach. Jared told me where and what had happened. I knew exactly where the loss had happened because I lived a block away for over 20 years. 

We met at the beach a half hour after the call. Jared showed me the general area. I turned on my metal detector backing away 15 or 20ft. to get a few practice swings. BOOM! The first two swings produced a positive signal that was his wedding ring. Jared was surprised that we had a successful recovery in such a short time. I give him credit for calling me ASAP. Metal detectors are a great tool to find rings but it takes a little experience to be able to use one. Timing is more important for rings lost in public areas. I love being able to use my experience using my metal detector to help others who have lost sentimental keepsakes.