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Heirloom Diamond Wedding Ring Lost at Newport Beach While playing with Grandkids.. Found by Metal Detector Man

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If you’ve lost a ring in the sand, call Stan the Metal Detector Man .. Member of TheRingFinders metal detector specialists directory .. Call or text ASAP … Stan  .. 949-500-2136

*** Colleen was visiting Newport Beach from Arizona. She and her daughter spent the day near the pier where they enjoyed playing with the grandkids in the sand. After a few hours on the beach, Colleen discovered that her heirloom white gold with diamonds was no longer on her finger.

She had no idea when or where the ring slipped off her finger. She had been all over the beach in the 3 hours they had been on the beach. Her daughter had heard about the Ringfinders, so I was contacted while they were still at the location.. 

There was quite a few people on the beach, so I had to work around their beach blankets. I knew if the ring wasn’t found, I could stay till the beach was clear of beach goers. Coming back in the morning was not an option as the beach crew will run the sifting machines early in the morning.

The ring was recovered after an hour of grid searching the area. It actually was more the 200 ft. from their beach chairs. It was in shallow water as the tide was coming in.. Colleen was very happy and grateful to have her most sentimental heirloom diamond wedding ring back where it belongs.

Call for information or to discuss your chances for recovering you lost sentimental keepsake..

Stan the Metal Detector Man .. I WILL TRY ANYWHERE ..  949-500-2136

Engagement Ring Lost at Playa Del Rey Beach, Los Angeles County, CA. Recovered by Ringfinder Stan Ross

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If you need help call or text  .. Stan the Metal Detector Man  ..949-500-2136

***Melanie dropped her engagement ring in the sand while at Playa Del Rey Beach, one of the Los Angeles County Beaches. She went remove her very special ring to put in her purse for safekeeping. The ring so slipped off her finger disappearing into the sand. Her fiancé, David was right there to help her search for the ring. Two hours later, no success.

Melanie’s friend was also there to help. She gave up digging through the sand and got online, where she found my contact information. After discussing the details of the loss, I assured them that the ring was findable if they stayed in the area. I was able to meet them an hour later. 

We still had plenty of daylight which is always a plus. Melanie showed me the general area. I took a few minutes to explain how the metal detector works. Then a few minutes later we had her ring in my sand scoop.. It was another recovery that went right.. We can find it, if it’s there. Modern Metal detectors work well when you have experience using them. If you’ve lost something of value where a metal detector can be used call or text an experienced metal detector expert.

Diamond Ring Lost Throwing Leaves Off Balcony.. Found with Metal Detector

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I Can Help You … Call or Text  ..Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136

*** Jeanny  had been on her second floor balcony when she saw a couple leaves on a patio table. She grabbed the small leaves and threw them over the side of the balcony. The action of throwing the leaves caused her gold diamond ring to come off her finger. She went down to search the ivy landscaping immediately after the loss occurred but the ring was not visible. Then she asked the gardener to look for the ring, he also had no luck finding her precious ring.

That evening Jeanny was able to find my contact information with a google search online. I made the trip the next morning and was unable to find her ring. There was a possibility that the ring could have landed on her neighbor’s balcony on the first floor. We had no access to the first floor balcony. Also there was a possibility that I could have dislodged the ring if it had been in her balcony planter. ( I should have searched that planter first ).. 

I felt that I had done a 90% search of the ivy garden. There was still a good possibility that the ring was on the first floor balcony as it had a larger planter that could hide a ring. She called me the next morning after getting access to the first floor balcony. I made the 40 mile drive just to feel good that I had exhausted all the possible areas that could be searched. 

The lower balcony planter did not reveal the ring. I then proceeded to re-check the first 20 ft of the ivy garden area. Then as I was positive the those areas were clear, I went across the side walk more than 35 ft. away from the building. A small planter area on the opposite side of the side walk. There, sparkling in the morning sunlight was the beautiful gold diamond ring. Unbelievable that it went that far. I’m learning that rings seem to go farther that expected when they are lost from balconies or down a sloping hillside.. Never give up, search outside the box,

Available to accept your call or text Now .. I will try anywhere .. Stan  949-500-2136

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

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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

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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.

”I WILL GO ANYWHERE

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

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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

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… 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

 

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 Cartier Wedding Band in Surf .. Found after Two Months .. Balboa Beach, CA.

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If you need help finding a sentimental keepsake.. Call or Text ..  949-500-2136  .. Stan the Metal Detector Man for mobile metal detecting service.

*** Emil called me shortly after discovering that his 18k Cartier wedding band was not on his finger. He had been visiting friends that live near the Balboa Pier in Newport Beach, CA. They walk ed to the beach and did a quick dive into the surf, then walked across the dry sand and a block along the sidewalk to the house. While sitting in the jacuzzi he realized the ring was missing. 

Those were the clues I had to begin my search. I would love to hear that he felt the ring come off when he dove in the surf. After talking to Emil, I explained that I could use my metal detector to search the surf at the next low tide and I could search the dry sand to where he got to the sidewalk. All other possible places would have to be searched visually. He said he could do that.

My search of the dry sand and the wet sand at the next two low tides were unsuccessful. I told him that I would keep his contact information and the photo of his ring in case it showed up some time later. This is a beach I often detect and sometimes other detectorists ask me if I can connect them to owners of rings they have found. 

Two months later I was doing some recreational metal detecting on that same location and I found a silver colored ring but didn’t associate it with the white gold ring lost two months ago. A half hour later I started to think, maybe that ring could be the one that Emil lost. I pulled out my iPhone to check the photo Emil had sent me two months ago. BOOM!!! It was a match.. Emil’s ring did come off in the surf and survived two major storms with lots of sand movement.

I sent him a photo of his ring and we met the same night so he could pick up his ring.  Some beaches can hold a ring in the 10” to 14” depth for weeks, making low tide recoveries possible. This was not one of those beaches. Soft fluffy sand eats rings, or let’s them sink out range of most metal detectors.. We were lucky !!

I can help you with any questions you may have about how a metal detecting service works ..  Available Now .. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Lost Platinum Wedding Band in Yard while Playing with Dog .. Rancho Santa Margarita, CA.

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>>> Russ called me asking for help to find his platinum wedding ring. He had been playing with his dog in the backyard. Soon after going inside the house he discovered his platinum wedding ring was not on his finger. Although he didn’t feel the ring come off his finger he believed the ring had to be somewhere in the backyard.

He used a rake to try dislodge the ring from the grass. After several hours, he gave up and went to the internet for ideas on how to search for a ring. While online he found TheRingFinders site and my contact information. He called me that afternoon. I found out that he could be home to let me search the small back yard grass and planters.

After arriving at his home in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA., Russ showed me a nice grass backyard with planters all around the perimeter. It looked promising as the lawn was deep grass, perfect to hide a heavy platinum ring.

I gave Russ a bit of a tutorial on my detector and how I would begin my search. He understood that it was going to be a tedious process and he went inside the house. My plan was to eliminate the grass then attack the ground level planters. Well, I was three quarters through the grass area when I took a swing into one of the planters, BOOM!! a nice tone in my earphones that I had to inspect with my pinpointer. Russ’s ring was no longer lost. 

I went to their back door to inform them that I had found the ring. It was still in its hiding place, so I directed them to the location. After pointing out where it was they still couldn’t see it. It’s amazing how the silver color of platinum, silver or white gold can almost act as camouflage in dirt or any shaded location. It was a happy occasion for all of us. Technology wins again..

I WILL TRY ANYWHERE .. Call now for information and advice  on how to find your ring , jewelry or any metal object that can be found using a metal detector… Stan .. 949-500-2136