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Lost Ring found in lake near Haliburton

  • from Toronto (Ontario, Canada)

Diego & happy wifeOn my first official search for a wedding ring, I was able to find Diego’s wedding ring. He flipped a canoe near a friend’s cottage & lost 2 fishing poles & his wedding ring.  The location was in ~18; in a bay of a lake. It took me about 1 hour to locate the “drop” area as the initial search location was not accurate for me. Note that the more accurate the “lost” location is, the better luck I will have in locating “your” treasure. I found the ring within 15 minutes of locating the fishing poles.

Diego has been married since Feb 2013 so finding the ring was very important to him & his wife. 2 Happy Customers!!

 

Lost Wedding Ring in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts

Hello, I would like to introduce my self, My name is Leighton Harrington and I am located in Cape Cod Mass. I have heard a lot of good feedback about Ring Finders. I hope this works out for me here in the North East corner of the US. I hunt the Water & Land as most folks. Have recovered many items over the years. I started way back in 1972 with my Dad & Uncle our first machines were Whites Gold-masters 66 tr units. ( a dinosaur ) for sure to think how heavy those were…. LOLOL Anyway just wanted to chime in. Thanks for letting me be able to help others. Leighton

 

 

Lost Ring in Victoria, BC… Found!

  • from Victoria (British Columbia, Canada)
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December 30th 2011,

I received a phone call from Kevan J. who has only been married since May of this year,  7 months and while playing wth his dog he lost his wedding ring. After a grid search in his back yard I found his ring.  One very happy man!

 

Recovered Ring

 

 

Metal Detecting for 2 Lost Rings In Maple Ridge, BC

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Close to two months back I received an email from a young lady asking if I could find her husbands wedding band that he lost while gardening. I replied but never heard back from her, just the other day she contacted me again and we set a day to look for the ring.

When I arrived this morning at 10 am I was greeted by Brenda who quickly told me that she lied about how her husband lost his ring and explained that he threw the ring in the back yard and weeks later she threw hers…

Brenda isn’t the first to do this nor will she or her husband be the last!  This happens a lot ! More then people think…She is just the first to discuss it with me on video and I’m very grateful for that! It’s important that others know that they’re not the only ones doing something like that and not to feel embarrassed,  just call me ASAP and I’ll get that ring back on your finger where it belongs.

 

 

I was able to find her husbands ring in only a few minutes but I wasn’t  able to locate her ring. I knew the minute I saw her back yard that there was going to be a good chance that it ended up in the neighbours back yard which wasn’t that far from where the ring was thrown.

The only problem was that the neighbours where the ring could be,  wasn’t home. So now we wait until I hear back and hopefully we can get her ring back on her hand!

I love my job!

Thanks for reading!

Lost something? Call me ASAP

Chris Turner – 778-838-Find(3463)

Watch video of the search below…

Wedding ring found in back yard – Lakewood, Colorado

  • from Denver (Colorado, United States)

Olivia Frank had lost her wedding ring in her back yard. The couple had searched the yard extensively without any luck. After 6 months of worry and frustration they found “Ring Finders” and through that my contact information. We made arrangements and set a meeting date for me to join them at their home for a brief talk and survey of the site.

My first trip to their house gave me the story of the rings loss and the layout of the yard. I managed to get in about three hours of search time before rain and snow drove me off the hunt site. I was certain that the ring was not in the portion of the yard they swore it in.

Upon my second trip to their house I went over the area that I had previously searched with two other detectors and no ring. I then expanded my search area and started running another search pattern. After another three hours of searching I ended up finding the ring several feet away from the expected location.

“Liv” was so excited and happy that she began to tear up when she got her hands on her ring again. It did need a good cleaning by a jeweler, but that is what happens when a ring is left to the elements for several months.

Ring recovered on December 4, 2010.

Liv and her ring

Livs ring