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Lost Wedding Ring at the Beach from Beach Chair Cupholder… Laguna Beach, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ed called me from his home in Rancho Cucamonga after losing his ring at a small beach cove in Laguna Beach, CA. He stumbled onto the TheRingFinders website while trying to seek information about renting a metal detector. 

He told me that his wedding ring was in his beach chair and had fallen out as he left the beach. Now he was 60 miles away from the beach.

Knowing this beach very well and I was less than 8 miles away, I told him it would be unnecessary for him to meet me at the location. Such a small beach, I could be there and grid search the whole area in less than an hour. 

It was already dark when I arrived. I went directly to where Ed described he had been earlier that day. A few bottle caps and pull tabs then, BOOM, ED’s Tungsten Wedding Ring in the scoop. I sent a photo of his ring and he was able to pick the ring up at my place before 10 pm.  I love being able to have the time and the equipment to help people like Ed find such sentimental irreplaceable items like wedding rings.

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Heirloom Gold Signet Ring Lost in Ocean at Malibu, CA. Found Next Day

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you lose your valuable in a place where a metal detector can be used, I am available to help, call now. .. 949-500-2136.

 *** Patrick and his family are visiting his brother here in Los Angeles. They had spent yesterday at a beautiful Malibu Beach, the day at the beach turned out to be upset when he discovered that his special heirloom gold signet ring was not on his finger after returning to their car. They returned to the spot they had been sitting on the sand as the tide was rising. His efforts to find the ring were futile. He was devastated because this ring was a gift from his father more that 30 years ago.

That night he located my contact information on the internet, so he sent me an email asking for help. I replied asking him to call as soon as possible. He immediately responded with a call. He couldn’t say he felt the ring come off his finger, but he did say he had sunscreen on his hands and had been in knee deep water only.

He would be unable to meet me at the location but he could send photos of a fence that was directly in front of where they spent the day. The big clue was that there were a few broken slats to mark it exactly. I could only guarantee that I could definitely search the dry sand and get into the surf waste deep. It might take a second try at the next lower tide.

 

After an hour of driving I was lucky to find a parking place within 50 yards from the location.  The ring didn’t show after searching the small dry area. Then I went into the water with the small waves hitting me waist high. Only one good signal which took three scoops to dig the gold signet ring that had been in the ocean almost a whole day.

Patrick couldn’t believe that we were able to save his most sentimental memory of this gift from his father many years ago. We made arrangements for me to bring the ring to his brother’s home on my way home. He was returning to Tennessee the next morning. A lot of time these type searches are not successful because people don’t feel when or where the ring came off. It is always a surprise when the lost item is there.

 

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