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Mission Beach Metal Detector found lost ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

 

The Ring Finders Metal Detector Service found and returned a lost wedding ring in Mission beach. OPEN NOW CALL 760 889 2751

Saturday July 7th I received a call from John Hughes a fellow member of Theringfinders asking if I could take a call to Mission beach and help a guy find his lost ring,Again! John already had found and returned David’s ring a year prior at another beach but wasn’t able to go due to a painful back operation.

I called David and after a few questions of how it was lost I was on my way to help.
I showed up just before the sunset & met David who had placed his Gold ring in a bag for safekeeping while he went into the ocean for a swim.He showed me a 200’ area in the dry sand of where it may of dropped into. I proceeded with a grid search pattern for about 10 min and after digging just a couple penny’s I was able to recover this precious ring!
it was back on David’s hand,hopefully for the final time! Thank you for the generous reward.

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La Jolla Metal Detector found Lost ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

 

TheRingFinders Metal Detector Service helped find a Lost wedding Band at Windansea beach in La Jolla. OPEN NOW
CALL ; Curtis Cox at 760 889 2751

 

On 4th of July,2018 I noticed an email about a lost wedding ring at Windansea beach below the La Jolla cliff during the arising tide. I emailed the wife back that I’m willing to help search for it but will have to wait until low tide early the following morning.
I sent her my cell number so we could communicate quicker plus was able to set up a time to meet Chris who is the husband/Owner of the buried wedding band in the wet sand.

At 6:30am I showed up to the Scene of the Lost Ring nearly 30 min early cause I expected lots of traffic but must mention that the other enthusiasts Detector Guys are at many beaches searching for what they claim as “Treasures” this time of year on 4th of July.

Fortunately when I met Chris there was no sign of beach combers and the spot he showed me where the ring dropped out of a pocket was Virgin grounds with zero drag marks or holes.

Chris did also have an accurate/descriptive area where the ring could be buried so I started in a standard grid pattern search dragging my sand scoop up & down the zone when I heard a deep target nearly 7-10” down then WARNED him this could be just a bottle cap or such trash?? Though,,also could be your ring?? After I got it out of the 3rd scoop on to the towel line I heard a hole in the center of it indicating a ring on my machine while knowingly,,I shook the scoop out uncovering Chris’s Lost wedding ring as he watched! ((Boom)). Chris was electrifyied and I was extatic. I am still amazed after 5 years of returning such precious metals that this gets me excited as much as anyone else,Like as if it’s my first ring return .😇 Much to yearn for there is!

I have many types of special metal detectors for each scenario with over a decade in use but these searches do rely vastly on the timing of the Calls/Tides/Surf conditions/Beach sifting machines/Local beach combers..etc.

However good karma and Knowledge is of my TOP  best equipments for recovering your lost sentimental Item.There is a great chance I can reunite you with your Wedding Ring. Timing is of the essence.

Tags; Camp Pendleton,Oceanside,Carlsbad,La costa,Encinitas,Cardiff beach,Solana Beach,Del Mar,Torrey Pines,La Jolla,Mission beach,San diego

 

San Diego Metal Detector Service

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

TheRingFinders Metal detecting service helped find & return 2 Lost rings in the sand at a San Diego beach. OPEN NOW 24/7 CALL 760 889 2751

I received a call from John Hughes who is a member of Theringfinders,also a real great friend that asked to take a call He just got,unfortunately John wasn’t able to make it at the drop of a hat like most calls happen to be.However we do work as a team in San Diego county so that one or both of us is always available to help others in need.

In less than 20 minutes I was there at the scene of the lost rings and got to meet Emma who had 3 sentimental silver precious metals  fall out of a pocket on to the soft sand. She showed me 1 silver ring she found but the other 2 disappeared into the abyssal dry sand along the North county retreating cliff.

Fortunately this was an easy search as I turned on my Metal Detector & swung over the area instantaneously hearing the sound of two dimes 8” apart from each other…((BOOM))…there they were hidden!

Thankfully Emma was reunited with her rings before the rising high tide came up to the cliff but asked me what she owed for my service? So I said as usual; That I do not have a charge but sometimes receive rewards,,although it doesn’t really matter because I enjoy helping people for the thrill of the hunt for lost smiles which is the upmost rewarding to me!

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Lost Gold Ring Torrey Pines Beach

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

The Ring Finders Metal Detector service helped find a lost gold ring at Torrey pines beach. OPEN NOW 24/7 Call 760 889 2751

Saturday morning I received a call from a man named Vinary who’s wife had lost her ring at the beach the previous day.He was thinking about renting or buying a Detector but I explained that would be a big gamble as metal Detector machines require some experience not too mention the ones that could be rented or bought at a local store are cheap plus not waterproof. He made the right choice though and we ended up meeting later in the day at Torrey pines beach.They showed me a 200’ area where she was throwing a frisbee when she saw her Gold ring fly into the waters edge.
I began my grid search in the most probable place which was from the beginning of the dry sand and down too about knee deep in water. After 15-20 min I was getting worried I wouldn’t be able to find it because there was a hungry trough at the bottom of the slope with cobble rocks tumbling back and fourth. Then just after swinging with my head down I get a low tone signal on my Metal Detector…And there was her ring buried in 4” inches of wet sand just above the trough! They came over after I dug it up ecstatic with hugs and smiles.

This Ring was a gift handed down from Nandin’s mother and was very sentimental!

 

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