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Lost Ring at Beach Yoga Session .. Santa Monica, CA. .. Recovered

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you lose a ring or other valuable at the beach or other public area call ASAP.. 949-500-2136

**** Eric called me as I was driving home from a trip this afternoon. He had been teaching a Yoga class on the beach when he lost his gold wedding ring in the sand. Eric is the owner of www.beachyogasocal.com.

He had just finished teaching a class this morning when he brushed the sand off his pants and the ring went came off into the sand. Two or more hours of searching was disappointing without finding his ring. 

I always have my detecting equipment with me, so I just drove straight to Santa Monica Beach. Traffic was a problem which is normal here in SoCal. The good thing is we had a good chance to find the ring because he got a hold of me in a timely manner.

Parking was easy in the late afternoon as people were heading home. Eric walked with me to the exact location where he had left a few markers in the sand. I fired up my detector and we had the ring in the scoop soon after starting the search.

It was great to meet Eric and be able to have the time and equipment to help him find his special wedding ring. He told me he never knew this service exists. Someday people will know where to go when they need a metal detector specialist, TheRingfinders.com

”I Will Try Anywhere ”

Lost Ring in Sand at Venice Beach, CA. Found Two Days Later

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s summer and if you lose anything on the beach or a public place call ASAP.. 949-500-2136 **

Maylee called asking for help to find a silver Pandora ring, possibly lost in the sand two days before. She and her friends were on the beach most of the day. They did take a long walk on the Venice Boardwalk. After returning to her hotel room 40 miles away from Venice Beach, she realized her ring was missing.

It was already two days since the loss and the only reason she believed the ring might be at the beach was after reviewing photos during the day. The ring didn’t show on the last photos before leaving the beach.

I almost told her that too much time had passed and there were too many other locations that he could have lost it. I looked at the clock and knew the traffic would not be too congested. I agreed to give it a try, even though she could not meet at the location.

Trying to keep a positive attitude,  I made it to the beach parking lot in less than an hour. It had just turned dark outside but that never is a problem. It was only a short walk to the lifeguard tower where she had been that Saturday. 

Started a 30ft. grid line and on the third pass I got a nice high tone on my equinox metal detector. ”YES” a nice silver ring with a black center stone surrounded by cz’s.

Sent a photo to Maylee. We decided it would be easier to mail it to her home in New York. She only had two days left of her vacation before returning to her home.

I learned again that you can’t really tell for sure if the item is there until you swing the coil over the area. Then, it’s still a game if inches.

After thinking about this whole ordeal, you might agree that the service worked out well for Maylee. She called a RingFinder from her hotel room 40 miles away from the beach where she thought she may have lost her ring. An hour and a half later I sent her a photo of her ring. She enjoyed the last two days of her vacation without having to take time and can fare to pick it up. When she retuned home, her ring showed up in the mail. Almost as easy as ordering something using Amazon prime. 

I love doing what I do!!

”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”