Got a call from Andrew asking for my help finding his wife’s wedding set she lost in the snow playing with her child. Told him I would be there the next morning and was met by his wife Kelly. She showed me where she felt them come off her finger as she brushed the snow off. There were multiple targets in the ground so I had to check them all but after a few minutes I found the first ring and knew the second wasn’t that far away, a couple of swings of the detector later out came the second. It’s always a great feeling seeing the smile that comes with the recovery, reuniting someone with their lost item. Was glad I could help. The Ring Finders New Jersey The Ring Finders New Jersey Facebook Central Jersey Metal detecting service Jersey Shore Ring Finder Jersey Shore Ring Finder Facebook
I frantically called Dennis today to see if he would be able to help me find my wedding ring at Pt Pleasant Beach. It had come off my finger as I applied sunscreen on my daughter. He was at the beach within the hour and located my ring within 2 mins of beginning his search. Calling Dennis was the best thing I could have done because there was no way it would have been located without him. Thank you so much for finding my ring today Dennis. It means so much to me and my wife that you dropped what you were doing to come assist us today.
Again thank you so much for rushing out to Pt in the middle of your shopping to help us. We are forever grateful.
Got a call last night from Helen asking if I could help in locating her husband’s Larry’s wedding band. Told her I’d be happy to and made arrangements to meet them the next day. Turns out that Helen and Larry were having an argument in during that Larry gave his ring back to Helen and in the heat of the moment she threw it off the back deck. Regretting it they tried to find it but had no luck. In doing so they threw things off the deck to get an idea where it might be. Helen said to me it was further back in the yard and I started there but no results. The second area was closer to the deck and within about 15 feet of it I found his ring. She must of thrown it more down then out. They were so glad to get his ring back and promised no more arrangements. A great happy ending.
I got a text from Tim after he found me doing a Google search asking if I could help in locating his wife’s engagement ring. They weren’t sure if it was lost in their yard or the house but after searching the house they thought it had to be in the back yard. I was off work the next day so we made arrangements to meet in the morning. Tim’s wife was filling up a bird feeder in the back yard when she felt her wedding band slide off her hand. She found it at her feet but a family heirloom engagement ring was missing. They walked around the yard but couldn’t find it. She showed me the path she walked after filling the feeder to where it was hung, then she remembered she stood on the back porch and threw some dog treats to her dog in the yard. I figured that when the ring might of came off. I started a grid of the yard and on the 5th pass right about where the treats would of landed I found her ring shinning in the sun between the blades of grass. ( they didn’t want their picture published and sorry bout the blade of grass in the picture )
She was so happy to get her precious ring back where it belonged. The big smile and hug said it all and made it worth while. Glad I could help. The Ring Finders New Jersey The Ring Finders New Jersey Facebook Central Jersey Metal detecting service Jersey Shore Ring Finder Jersey Shore Ring Finder Facebook
Got a call from David on Wednesday while at work asking if I could help locating a necklace his daughter Reese lost while playing in a field with her friends. While being chased by her friends, running her hand came up and caught her necklace ripping it off her neck. She was devastated, the necklace was a gift from her late grandmother who passed away last October from cancer. She has worn it everyday since she received it. David went out that night with a flashlight for a couple of hours hoping to see it but had no luck. That’s when he contacted me for help. I told him I’d come out Friday after work to look for it. Luckily her sister had an identical necklace and I used that one to make sure I could detect it seeing it was such a thin delicate chain. I couldn’t detect the chain itself but was able to hear the stone wrapped in gold that was on the chain. They showed me an area they thought it might of been, but after awhile I had no luck. I asked Reese to think again what happened and she said it might of been over a little bit from where I had detected. Tried there but still no luck. It was getting late and I told him I’d try again the next morning. They were away Saturday, but I went back and really grid the last area we were in and about 2 3rds the way through it I found her necklace. I texted David the good news and he couldn’t believe it. They were so grateful I went back and was able to find it. We met up on Sunday for the return. I’m so glad I was able to find it so Reese can always remember her grandmother with such a irreplaceable memento.
While at work on Thursday I got a text from Julianna who found me doing a Google search about lost jewelry at beach asking if I thought I’d be able to help her find her mother’s lost chain and rings she lost while swimming. Julianna and her mother were enjoying the beach on the Sunday before when her mother went into the water and got knocked into by a wave and felt her gold chain slip over her head into the ocean. She was so devastated and sad she didnt tell her daughter till Wednesday what had happened. The chain held her mom’s and late father’s wedding bands. Her father had passed away in 2019 and her mom has been wearing the rings around her neck ever since. Low tide that night was 730, I got to the beach at 530 to start hunting. When I got there I saw that a sand bar had formed in the past couple of days of rough sea and thought her chain had to be buried to deep to find. I started mid slope and worked my way down the slope, into a trough that was before the sand bar with no luck. I moved onto the bar and wasn’t getting to much out there either, it was getting late thinking it was a lost cause I figured I’d do 1 more pass on my way back to my jeep and about 15 feet away I got a soft deep double signal, mid tune and low tone together indicating 2 possible gold pieces. I dug a foot of sand out and at the bottom of the hole I saw a gold chain laying there. Reached down and pulled it up and the 2 rings came with it. I couldn’t believe it. I called Julianna when I got to the jeep to give her the good news. Made arrangements to meet up with her on Saturday to return her mom’s necklace. This one was a great feeling and recovery for all.
I got a text from Rachel asking for help in finding her husband’s wedding band early last Saturday. While enjoying the day on the beach ( Friday) her husband went in for a dip to cool off and felt his ring slide off his finger, he tried to grab it but it was to late. I headed down to the beach but had no luck finding parking, went back down at 3 o’clock and lucked out with someone leaving so I grabbed their spot. It was already low tide so I got to work but being so hot there were alot of people in the water and it was hard to detect. Figured the only way to look for it was to go down for 3am low tide. Got to beach at 2am and after gridded in the water for an hour and half I found his ring. Living up north I had to do the return the following Friday. They were so grateful to get his ring back.
I justed walked in from work when my phone rang. Walter was calling asking for help in locating his IPHONE ProMax. While enjoying the day at Spring Lake Beach, Walter and his wife were sitting at the top of the slope, Walter had his back turned to the ocean checking his cellphone when a rogue wave came out of nowhere and knocked into him causing him to drop his phone. There was a trough behind them and he saw his phone land into the water in the trough. When the water resided they tried to find it, even asking the kids in the area to help dig through the sand with their hand to try and find it but with no luck. I started a grid in the trough and on the 3rd pass I heard a nice high tone and after removing some sand there was Walter’s phone. He was so relieved to have his phone back, and to make sure it still work he called his wife who was only 15 feet away. A great ending to what could of been a bad day. Happy to help.
After doing a Google search on lost jewelry on beach Gloria found me on RingFinders and gave me texted me asking for help in locating a lost ring at Manasquan Beach. Told her to meet me there and I’d be there in about 20 minutes. Arriving at the beach Gloria and her husband Michael were waiting for me. They showed me were they were sitting that day. It seems being hot and sunny that day, Michael went to put on sun lotion and in doing so his ring ended up slipping off and disappeared into the sand. They looked for it but just couldn’t find it. This all happened just a few weeks before their anniversary. After doing 4 passes in the area I got the signal I was hoping for and sure enough their was Michael’s ring in my scoop. They were so happy to get it back, and they can have their anniversary with his ring back on his hand where it belongs. The ring hasn’t left his finger since she put it on his finger their wedding day, he showed the indention on his finger. Another happy ending to a great recovery.
Got a call today from Justin. He was at the beach in Holgate NJ (LBI) with his fiancé, Samantha. After setting up their chairs and umbrella, Sam took off her shorts, placed them with her stuff, and took a walk down by the water. It was then she realized her beautiful platinum engagement ring was gone. She quickly went back and looked in her pocket where she had placed it when applying sun block, back by at the car, before heading to the beach. It was not there and she was devastated. They contacted me, and after a short conversation we decided to do the recovery. I cleared the area of a few bottle caps, then pow!!! the low platinum signal I was looking for. They were amazed I had found it. This one was SUPER special, they are getting married next month, and now have the ring back for the ceremony