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How to Find a Wedding Ring Lost on the Beach .. San Clemente, CA. .. Using a Metal Detector

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If you lost your ring in the sand call  “Stan the Metal Detector Man” available now … Call or Text  .. 949-500-2136

**** Matt called me from San Clemente State Beach. His wife Sasha had been holding his platinum wedding ring while he went swimming in the ocean. She was sitting on their beach blanket so she believed the ring was safe so she just slipped on one of her fingers. 

Sometime later Sasha just made a quick gesture with her hand and the ring flew into the dry sand. She panicked a began to search the sand. Then Matt joined in on the search when he returned from his swim. A couple other people on the beach offered to help but the ring could not be found. 

One of the beach maintenance personnel brought them a rake to use for the search. He also suggested that Matt try google searching TheRingFinders. Matt was able to get my contact information and called right away. We arranged for me to meet him on the beach an hour later.

I actually was there 15 minutes earlier. I know the beach well which made it easy to find where they were located. Matt told me how the ring was lost, pointing to a 20 square foot area where the ring should be. It was such a small spot and the sand was raked flat. It only took a few minutes to find his wedding ring. We like the easy finds ! They are easy because I can get to the location promptly. So many time people can’t find my service till they leave the area of the loss.

Sasha was totally relieved of her guilt for feeling responsible for losing the ring. Matt was proud that he took the suggestion to call a member of TheRingFinders. A very happy couple could return to their hotel this night for a peaceful sleep. The next morning they were flying home to Texas.

I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “  Don’t wait call now!  Stan ..  949-500-2136

Lost Palladium Wedding Ring in Surf while Boogie Boarding at a SoCal Beach ..

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*** Grae was teaching his son to boggie board in the surf at a SoCal Beach. After walking out of the surf he noticed his palladium wedding ring was no longer on his finger. He was sure it was on his finger before entering the ocean. 

He texted me four days after the loss because he had not known this service existed. We were later able to discuss some of the details of his loss on a phone call. His first question was how does this work? This is the most common question. 

I explained that, if the ring was lost at a higher tide, we have a chance to recover the ring at the lower tides. All dependent on how much sand movement occurs over the next few days. I do need a general idea of where on the beach he was located. 

Grae gave me landmarks approximately 100 yards apart. The next morning I was able to get to the beach at a 4am low tide. Two hours of searching were not successful as the surf was difficult to keep a straight grid line. The next morning in the darkness it was a much calmer surf. I got a good signal that turned out to be a palladium wedding band. This had to be the one I was looking for. Palladium rings are not commonly found on the beach.

I know that people stress about the loss of sentimental keepsakes, so I try to keep them updated on the search and recovery as soon as possible. I don’t like to text the good news of a recovery. It’s much more rewarding to hear the voice on the other end of the phone. Good memories that I wish I could share with others. 

He was able to get my help using the internet, texts and a short phone call. We met later that afternoon to return his ring that had been in the ocean for more than five days.

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call Now, I can answer any questions about finding your lost valuable .. Stan .. 949-500-2136

Lost Ring Finder Recovers Gold Pearl Promise Ring from Sand in Newport Beach, CA.

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“I FIND JEWELRY”  call Stan the Metal Detector Man if you need  help ..  949-500-2136

…. Maddy had been laying out on the beach at Newport Beach, CA. working in her summer tan. She took off her white gold pearl promise ring setting it on her towel while applying lotion. When she got ready to leave, she pick up the towel and walked about fifty feet before realizing the ring had fallen in the sand. 

She called her friend to help her search the sand. They spent more than three hours methodically searching the sand with the help of several other people who were just passing by. Finally someone told her about my services. She got my contact information with a quick online search.

I met her on the beach which is only a few miles from where I live. We walked over to the 40ft.x 40ft. loss site. I chose to begin the grid search in the center. After beginning the third grid line I got a perfect signal. One quick shallow scoop revealed Maddy’s ring.

She was so grateful and happy to have this special ring back, saying I can’t believe we found it. She also was sorry that she had not called me sooner. She didn’t like how frustrating it was to hand search the sand for so many hours, but she commented she did get a little more tan time. 

Maddy’s smile tells the whole story. This is what keeps me doing what I do.. 

If you lost your ring in the sand call  “Stan the Metal Detector Man” available now … Call or Text  .. 949-500-2136 ..

Lost Celphone Recovered in Dry Sand at Newport Beach, CA.

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*** Donnie called me while he was driving to a local sporting goods store to buy a metal detector. His son Cameron had lost his cell phone at Newport Beach the night before. The phone was important because it had a special photo of Cameron’s mother who had past away recently. The photo was inserted into a custom phone case and there were no duplicates.

I was just finishing a search less than a mile away from the location he told me the phone was lost. It was an Iphone that was still transmitting its location on the lost my phone app. I told him,  I could find the phone and could meet him within twenty minutes. 

I finished up what I was doing and we both drove up to the site at the same time. We walked out on the beach and the phone showed up soon after I turned on my detector swinging for about twenty feet. They had spent almost two hours trying to find the Iphone by hand searching before calling for help. I saved Donnie the cost of buying a detector and probably a lot of frustration. The phone was actually in wet saltwater sand that most inexpensive hobby detectors can not handle. It was a pleasure to be available to help them.. They were so thankful, and I could tell this photo meant the world to the both of them.

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call Now, I can answer any questions about finding your lost valuable .. Stan .. 949-500-2136

Lost Gold Colored Tungsten Carbide Ring at Santa Monica Beach, CA. .. Found Using Today’s Technology

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Mobile Metal Detecting Service .. Call Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136

*** Lianne called me asking for help finding her ring that she had lost last night at Santa Monica Beach, CA. Like most of my calls, she wanted to know how my service works. Every search is different, so I need a few minutes on the phone to discuss basic information. There are situations where the person can not meet me at the location. With good information I can do a search without the person meeting me at the location. I have a basic fee to help with my travel expenses. We are usually able to take care of that by electronic money transfers after I do the search.

Lianne could not leave work but she gave me very good idea of how the ring was lost and she was within 30 feet from the north side of a lifeguard tower. She did feel the ring come off her finger. (a bonus clue, many times people don’t have an idea when the loss occurred ). I agreed to drive to the location at Santa Monica Beach.. She said, if I had anymore questions she could take phone calls anytime. We were also able to do FaceTime calls on our iPhones. That did  help because when I arrived at the parking lot there was a little confusion about the lifeguard tower number. We straightened out that problem using a FaceTime phone call.

After clarifying the lifeguard tower number I was able to recovery Lianne’s ring after after a short grid search. Lifeguard towers in Southern California are usually not moved except in the winter.. I understand that on the east coast of our country they move lifeguard towers where they have flat beaches with lone tide movement. 

After notifying Lianne, I called her , offering to deliver her ring if she was available. It worked out fine because her work place was just a few blocks my drive home. Actually we met at lunch time. She was very surprised that we had accomplished the search, recovery and return using our cellphones and the mapping apps. The RingFinders directory service works because of the internet and all the new technology we have today. I love what I do !

I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call Now, I can answer any questions about finding your lost valuable .. Stan .. 949-500-2136

Lost Wedding Ring in Sand.. Newport Beach, CA. .. Found by The Ring Finders

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If you need help where a metal detector can be used call a member of The Ring Finders.. Stan Ross  ..  949-500-2136  .. Newport Beach, CA.

George called me early in the morning asking for help to find his white gold wedding ring. He was sure it was lost while he was with his family at Lighthouse Bay Beach in Newport Beach, CA. His only concern was he had walked several different places while at the beach. He had not been in the water.

Rings slip off fingers at the beach many times because some types of sand have powder like texture that help make the fingers slippery. After asking George if he had been doing any activity that would have caused the ring to slip off, he said he had not. He did know the ring was missing before leaving the beach. 

George said he could meet me at the location but it would take him about an hour to drive from his home in Corona, CA. I could be there much sooner so he gave me a good idea of where they had been sitting on the beach. This would be where I could start the process of eliminating potential areas that he could have lost the ring.

I was at the location shortly after our phone conversation. My first grid line was an attempt to see if I could visually recognize where George had searched the sand the night before. Many times it’s easy to see where people have dragged the fingers through the sand attempting to find a lost item. This time I couldn’t see anything indication of a search site. After about a 25 yard straight line grid, I reversed my direction. Then half way back to my starting point I got a nice signal. ” Boom”, digging the target revealed a white gold wedding band in the scoop.

I returned to my car to finish drinking my morning coffee while waiting for George to show up. When  we met he introduced himself and I ask him if he was the ” ARTISTE”.. he was immediately surprised because this was the inscription inside the ring. He knew I had found the ring. 

After talking to him he told me, he was afraid the the ring could have been in many places that he had been that day. It was another great day on the beach helping George find his wedding ring. 

 

I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ Call Now, I can answer any questions about finding your lost valuable .. Stan .. 949-500-2136  .. Call or Text

How to Find a Gold Wedding Ring Lost in Backyard.. Using a Metal Detecting Expert

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Metal Detecting Service .. Call Stan the Metal Detector Man ..  949-500-2136..  Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

***  I received a call from Natalie in Long Beach, CA. She had lost her wedding ring in the backyard while pulling weeds. She had put the gold w/ diamonds ring in her back pocket. When she returned to the house the ring was not in her pocket. 

I was able to meet her a few hours later. Natalie showed me the small backyard explaining that she had also had her cellphone in the same pocket as her wedding ring. Evidently the ring came out of her pocket when the she used the cellphone. This is not the first time I’ve heard this same story. It happens quite often because these cellphones have a lip that can drag loose items out of a pocket.

I started by checking the pile of weeds that had been pulled. Then I began the grid search of the 40’x 40’ lawn. It is an older piece of property with a lot of pieces of metal trash in the lawn. I usually search in all metal mode setting with my metal detector. This being a small yard I discriminated out the ferrous metals. 

Halfway through the yard I had two similar signals very close to each other. One was a pull tab and the other was Natalie’s beautiful gold diamond wedding ring. It was another successful ring recovery. Natalie was very happy and relieved that she didn’t have to lose sleep worrying about if she could find her ring.

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”… Finding your valuables is important to me .. Call now !  Stan the Metal Detector Man …  949-500-2136  .. Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

Newlywed Loses Diamond Wedding Ring along Public Walkway.. Irvine, CA. .. Recovered a Week Later

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*** Kristal had been married less than a month before losing her white gold diamond wedding ring. She lives in an apartment complex with a nice work out gymnasium near the pool. She walked the half block from her apartment to do a routine exercise session. She had not left her new wedding at her residence, so she wrapped it in her face mask putting in a hand bag. Her idea was protect it from being scratched.

After exercising she walked back to the apartment along a sidewalk. She had been holding the face mask in her hand but didn’t put it on. When she got back home the ring was missing.

One week of checking the grass along the sidewalk, reporting the loss to management, the gardeners, community online forum and posting flyers the ring was still missing.

Kristal called me saying that I was her last hope. We met and she walked me through where she had been when the ring disappeared. The first thing I told her was we are beginning the search now as we walk the path she took that evening. We got to a street crossing and she didn’t want to go any further. I asked that she show me the entire route to make sure I can clear the grassy hiding places. I had not set up to use my metal detector.

As we walked, we visually spotted the white gold diamond wedding ring on the surface of the grass. It had survived the lawnmower and many people that could have easily spotted it. Kristal was more than elated, a very happy and amazed young bride. She told me that she’d  never forget this moment.

This has happened several times where we spot the missing item on the initial walk through. What made this different was that it was lying there for over a week and she said, she had probably walked passed it 20 times. Also, it was a very public area with lots of foot traffic. Moral to the story, “Don’t give up just before the miracle happens

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”… Finding your valuables is important to me .. Call or Text now !  Stan the Metal Detector Man …  949-500-2136  .. Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

Salt Creek Beach, Dana Point, CA. .. Small Wedding Ring Lost in Sand.. Recovered and Returned

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Mobile Metal Detecting Service .. Call Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136 .. Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

 *** Dan and his wife live 60 miles from Dana Point, CA. Their favorite get a way place is Salt Creek Beach which is an Orange County, CA. Beach Park. 

He called me asking for help to find his wife’s wedding ring. Most likely lost in the sand. He described it as a small size 3-1/2 white gold ring with small diamonds half way around the ring. 

He said he could drive to the beach later that afternoon. I was ready to get on the road to begin the search a couple hours before he could meet me. We agreed that I could start the search earlier using a marked up Google map screen shot. At the beach, timing is number one priority. It’s also very important that someone can guide me to the general location. Most the time when people leave the area of the loss, it’s confusing to find the exact area. 

As it worked out I had another call to take care of and I was still able to meet Dan at Salt Creek Beach later that afternoon. The beach goers we’re clearing out which makes it easier to properly grid search thoroughly. He showed me approximately where they had been. I started at the north end, working south. After an hour I was nearing the end of the site he gave me. He then said it could have been more to the south. That was a good move because I got a small white gold ring signal after three more passes. Amazing to see such a small ring in my scoop. These type rings can be missed by many detectors especially in the sand.

Dan was about losing hope but I got to see his big smile and excitement when he picked the ring out of the scoop. A great day at the beach.

Don’t wait, call as soon as possible… Stan the Metal Detector Man …  949-500-2136  .. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “.. Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

Elusive White Gold Wedding Ring Recovered from Sand at Huntington City Beach, Orange County, CA.

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If you lost your ring in the sand call  “Stan the Metal Detector Man” available now … 949-500-2136 ..  Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com

**** Faye and her husband Riley were at Huntington City Beach, Orange County, CA. with their two young sons. She had lost her wedding ring near their beach blanket after removing it to apply sun screen.. The area of the loss should have been in a 20’x20’ area.

They had another person with a metal detector searched the location with no success. I was called, asking if I was close enough to help. Fortunately I was just a mile away and was at the location within 15 minutes. 

When I arrived Riley described the ring as a small white gold woman’s wedding ring that had small diamonds 3/4 around the band. These can be elusive especially if laying on edge in the sand. Then they did recall two incidents where she went outside the original search site.

They had been searching for several hour by now. As I completed 5 passes of my grid, Riley got a call from his wife who was waiting in the car a the parking lot. She told Riley that this was ”MisSion Impossible ” she was ready to give up and go home.

At the very same moment I dug the signal discovering her wedding ring in my sand scoop. He was elated, then without calling his wife, we walked over to the parking lot. He approached the car not saying a word. He held up the ring for Faye to see. Boom! her eyes lit up then the tears of joy started to flow. We still didn’t under stand why the first detector missed the ring. The ring was recovered and back where it belongs.The important thing was the ring was found. . A very happy couple and it was a pleasure to be a available to help them..

Stan the Metal Detector Man is available to help you now ..Call or Text ASAP .. 949-500-2136  .. Email: Stan.Ross@theringfinders.com