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How to Find a Lost Ring — Sanibel Island to Naples Area Beaches — Ring Found and Returned!

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

A gold wedding band lost in the sand at Bowman’s Beach near Captiva prompted a phone call inquiring of our metal detecting services.  Arrangements were made for my wife and I to meet at the beach location.  Within just a few minutes of our search, the wedding ring which had a lot of sentimental meaning was back where it belonged!  The smile says it all!

Gold Cartier “Love ring” 18K Wedding Band Lost in Canal – found by Metal Detector Mark Greul of Naples – Florida

from Marco Island (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-239-500-7464

[March 22, 2019 – Naples, Florida] – GOLD WEDDING BAND LOST IN CANAL FOUND BY METAL DETECTOR – While closing the boat lift cover, Steve’s wedding ring suddenly slipped of his finger.  The heavy gold Cartier “love ring” hit the boat dock with a “ping” and he watched as it bounced into the adjacent murky canal water.  A quick call to Naples Ring Finder – Mark Greul and the rest is history.  “What was once deemed lost has again been found!”  Moving sand, driven waves, changing tides or environmental conditions can dramatically affect recovery success (or even fish).  Again, it cannot be stressed enough as to how critical time is – don’t hesitate or wait to call.

If you’ve lost a ring or sentimental item, don’t hesitate or wait to call.  With years of metal detecting experience, the best and most sophisticated metal detecting equipment, and numerous recoveries and even more finds, the testimonials and results are why you need a professional.  Call Mark (239)500-RING [7464], for professional metal detector services, rental – Naples, Marco Island, Ft. Myers, Bonita Beach, Estero, and greater South Florida.  It’s only lost until you call!

Lost gold ring in Naples canal found by metal detector rental

Gold Wedding Band Cartier Love Ring lost in Canal found by Metal Detector Mark Greul

Naples, FL — Ring Lost In Chest Deep Water — Found and Returned!

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Another successful ring recovery:  A platinum wedding band that was lost in chest deep Gulf waters while playing football was found and returned to this newlywed couple.

 

Sebring, FL. — Gold Chain Lost in Lake Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Carlos took off his chain and pendant and set it on the dock.  When he did, it bounced off the dock into the lake below.  Carlos and his friends tried to find it themselves, but the late hour and dark water kept them from locating it.

The next day we received the urgent call for help as Carlos and his friends were leaving for home that afternoon.  Even with the 70 mile traveling distance to the location and the looming stormy weather, we were able to find the chain.

The smile in the picture is confirmation of how grateful he is to have the chain back and we are happy we could be a part of another success story!

Cape Coral — Wedding Ring Lost in Yard Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Terri’s husband lost his white gold and diamond wedding band while working in the yard.  After only a few minutes of searching with the Equinox and a pin pointer, we were able to locate the ring.  Terri’s husband will be happy to see his wedding ring waiting to be put back on his finger when he returns home from work at the end of the day.

Lost Ring Found and Returned — Dog Beach Bonita Springs, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Recently married in February, this gentleman knew he had to do whatever he could to get his Tungsten ring back after losing it in the water while playing with his dog at the Dog Beach in Bonita Springs.

After finding my information on the Ring Finders website and reading of our many success stories in the Naples, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel areas, he and his wife contacted me and I made arrangements to meet them at the beach to begin my search.

After several targets of trash and soda can tabs, I finally recovered the missing ring.

We all had smiles as the wedding band was back on his hand where it belongs as reflected in the photo.

Naples, Florida : Lost Ring Found at Clam Pass Seagate Beach

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

While playing football with friends at the beach along the water, this young man’s wedding ring flew off and disappeared in the sand.  With the help of his family and friends, they tried searching for it with no success.

After returning to their hotel and browsing the internet on how to find a lost ring, they discovered The RingFinders website and that’s when we received their plea for help as we offer our services to all the beaches in the the Naples area as well as Fort Myers and Sanibel.

To avoid the next morning’s traffic, we all agreed to meet that evening even though it was near midnight by the time we arrived at the beach.

My wife and I both began searching with our top-of-the-line Minelab metal detectors.  In less than 30 minutes, the lost ring had been found and returned!

We are happy that this most recent ring found and returned makes our 44th documented ring recovery for our book of smiles.

Between my wife and I, we have several years of professional metal detecting experience at South Florida area beaches–which include Vanderbilt Beach, Del-nor Wiggins Pass, Barefoot Beach, Naples Pier, Clam Pass, Bonita Springs, Lowdermilk Park, Lover’s Key, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Captiva Beaches.

 

 

 

Diamond Ring Found & Returned — Punta Gorda, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

I received an email from Presley requesting my assistance in recovering her lost ring.  She was referred to me by her friend who I had helped find a ring for last September after the hurricane.   I made contact with Presley and she explained how she had lost her gold diamond ring in her private pond and could be in water as deep as 6-8 feet.

After several conversations and lots of consideration of how to tackle this ring recovery, I made arrangements to meet her.  After assessing the pond (and hoping there were no alligators) I decided to first see how solid the bottom of the pond was and in how deep of water the ring might be in.  Not long after entering the pond, I got a hit on my metal detector at a depth of under five feet.  Sure enough, after a couple of attempts, the ring was in the scoop.

The smile on her face tells just how happy she was to have her ring back on her finger where it belongs!

 

Fort Myers Beach — Pendant Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

This nice young man called us after losing his rose gold pendant in the ocean.  While throwing frisbee on the sandbar at Fort Myers Beach, the chain around his neck broke allowing the pendant to fall into the water below.

As the chain and pendant had been passed down to his father and then to him, it had great sentimental value.  He began searching the Internet and came across the ring finder website.  After reading our many success stories, he gave us a call and we made arrangements to meet the next day.

Upon arrival, he walked out with us in the water to the top of the sandbar.  (When he lost the pendant he made sure to pick out landmarks to identify the general area–which is very helpful in search and recovery)  He pointed out the area where he thought he lost it and then headed back to shore so we could begin our search.  Within about twenty minutes we were successful in locating the missing pendant just a few feet away from where he thought he had lost it!

Sanibel Island — Ring Lost in Sand Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

My wife and I received a text message at 11:21 pm from Chris requesting help to locate his wedding ring he had lost earlier in the day at Bowman’s Beach at Sanibel / Captiva island.  (He had lost it when he took it off to apply sunscreen to the kids and had forgotten he had placed it in his lap when he stood up).

Chris and his family had spent quite a bit of time looking for the ring themselves with no success, so we were eager to help them out and we arranged to meet early the next morning when the park opened up.

After discussing the area of the beach where they thought the ring was lost in the sand, we began our search.  Within a few minutes, I got a solid gold tone on my metal detector.  There in the scoop was the missing white gold ring!