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Lost Necklace and Pendant Found for Owner at Playa Del Rey Beach, CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

If you lose something that a metal detector can be used to find ? Call an experienced metal detector expert .. Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136


Jake lives a couple blocks from the beach at Playa Del Rey, one of the Los Angeles County beaches. He often does a sunset swim in the ocean. He called me after losing a special necklace with a pendant in the dry sand.

It seemed he had taken off his necklace laying it with his t-shirt and towel at shoreline.

He called me at 10:30 pm asking for help. It sounded like a search I could do the next morning but he was anxious to do it that night.

I met him at 11:30pm and we had the cherished necklace and pendant shortly after starting the search.

Jake told me that this was special to him as it was a gift from his grandfather many years ago.. It is always rewarding to hear how sentimental these keepsakes are.. When I see people wearing jewelry I know it’s not a piece of metal or nice looking stone. Most often it has a special story or meaning to the person that is wearing it. It was my pleasure to help Jake.

I can help you or can find another person that can help you.. Call 24/7 for assistance.. Stan .. 949-500-2136 .. Available now.. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Prescription Sunglasses Dropped Off Dock into Bay .. Newport Beach, CA. Recovered by Ringfinder

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

 

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

*** I was at my favorite taco shop having lunch when Eric called asking for help to find a pair of expensive prescription sunglasses. My first question was, where are you? He told me Malibu Farms Resturant. I thought it would be located in Malibu. I told him could not drive that far as I had another appointment this afternoon.

He called me back saying the Malibu Farms Lido is located in Newport Beach, CA. near Lido Island. I was two miles from his location, so met him a few minutes later. He told me he set his sunglasses on his dockside table. A few minutes later he knock the glasses off his table into the water..  I wasn’t sure what the conditions were or how deep the water was.

When I got to the floating dock. I had difficulty seeing the bottom because of the reflections and glare on the surface. I did know the tide was falling but the bottom was still too deep to retrieve anything without getting in the water.

I took time to go back to my car for my sand scoop which is about 5 ft. long. Meanwhile the tide is receding about one foot an hour.  By the time I returned the bottom was only 3 feet deep. I could see the sunglasses. I did not use the scoop to retrieve the glasses for fear I would damage them. There was a random stick floating nearby and that’s what was used to get the glasses out of the water. We were lucky to have the tides working in our favor. When the glasses were dropped it was close to 7 ft. deep. The water level dropped about 4 ft. saving the trouble of diving for the loss item.

Eric was very happy to get his favorite glasses back. He told me a lady at the resturant gave him my contact information.   I had found two rings lost at a park in the lake four years ago.

If you have lost something that is important to you. Call or text me at 949-500-2136 … I can answer any questions you may have about my recovery service. Available to help you 24/7 .. Stan the Metal Detector Man

Possible Buried Treasure in Backyard .. Cleared for Peace of Mind .. South Gate, CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)


Many people don’t understand how a metal detector service works. Feel free to call so we can discuss the possibilities using a professional metal detectorist to help you find your important lost jewelry or any metal item. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ ..  Mobile Metal Detecting available to help you now … 949-500-2136

*** Marie’s father had dementia the last years of his life. There were rumors that he may have buried valuables in the backyard. Marie is living in the same property and was getting ready to have a cement patio installed over the area of the yard where the treasure may have been buried.

She called me telling me that they had checked the area with a rented metal detector. She was not sure how well the detector worked. They had difficulty operating the detector. She wanted a professional metal detector expert to check the area.

I came to check the area two days before the contractor was going to pour the concrete. Our agreement was, I would only scan the area with my equipment. They would dig the locations I marked up..

A few days later Marie sent me photos of the metal items that were buried in the yard. No treasure, but peace of mind, that they didn’t cover up a treasure with a cement slab.

If you have lost something that is important to you. Call or text me at 949-500-2136 … I can answer any questions you may have about my recovery service. Available to help you 24/7 .. Stan the Metal Detector Man

Diamond Wedding Ring Set Lost in Sand at Corona Del Mar Beach, CA. Found and Returned

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stan the Metal Detector Man available now to help you find your lost jewelry or other metallic item ..

CALL or TEXT .. STAN  949-500-2136

.. I was detecting on the beach when two guys approached me. I was ready for the big question, “ what’s the best thing you’ve ever found.” They only wanted to know if I could walk over to the firepits to help a member of their party find a set of wedding rings. She believed they might be where she had been most the day, although she had gone to the water earlier that afternoon.

It was about 9 pm and the beach will close at 10pm. There must have been 20 or more people in their group. They had all tried their luck at finding the ring. The clock was ticking and they all thought bit was useless to think the ring set would show up before they had to leave. 

I set up my detector and immediately started getting signals from tin foil and pull tabs. My audience was watching my every move, waiting for a successful recovery. A short time after I started I got the best signal of the night. Right under where Ruth had been sitting. Two white gold wedding rings soldered together gave me a strong signal in my Minelab Manticore metal detector.

Ruth was next to me so I held up the sand scoop asking her to look in the scoop. With the light from my headlamp her white gold diamond rings were shining at the bottom of my scoop. She let out a screen of joy and that set off a screening frenzy form all her friends. Another great night time recovery being at the right place at the right time.