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White Gold Wedding Band Possibly Lost at Bolsa Chica State Beach in the City of Huntington Beach, CA. …Found

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)












If you need a metal detector and  a experienced person to operate it  call or text … Stan the Metal Detector Man  .. 949-500-2136


*** Frankie called saying he believed his white gold wedding band might be near lifeguard tower 20 at Bolsa Chica State Beach.. He had only been in a small area close to the lifeguard tower. He was working and couldn’t meet me. No problem this time, I did a  thorough search with no sign of his ring.

I called him just to let him know it wasn’t there. That’s when he apologized for giving me the wrong lifeguard tower number. When he told me  it was lifeguard tower 21 , I went there and found his gold ring 10 minutes into the search.

Frankie picked up his ring the next day after work.

White Gold Diamond Wedding Ring Lost in Backyard.. Fulerton, CA. Found Using Metal Detecting Service

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)












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*** Jessy had lost her white gold diamond wedding ring in the backyard of her home in Fullerton, CA. She was throwing a ball when she felt the ring fit off her finger. Her husband searched for it in the lawn with a inexpensive metal detector. He also climbed on top of the patio to see if the ring ended on the patio roof.

Hiedi, Jessy’s mother had a friend that had successfully recovered her ring in Maui, HI. using Dave Sheldon who has Dave’s Metal Detecting Service. So, Hiedi figured there must be someone here in SoCal. A quick google search turned up my contact information and we were connected. It was late in the day but I figured we had enough daylight to do what I thought was going to be a easy search.

I arrived at the home and began a grid search of a small lawn area, no ring. I used up all the daylight search the lawn many more grid than normal. It was dark when I began to probe in the thick dense shrubbery against the wall. They were certain that the ring didn’t go that far.

This thick ivy-like shrubbery was difficult to maneuver my detector through and the darkness was also interfering with completing my search. I asked if they would be here tomorrow so I could finish the shrubbery search. Then I got a signal high up on  the climbing ivy ( maybe 3 feet) .. When I probe into the foliage with my pinpointer, I lost the signal. That happened three times as the target dropped. Finally I called Jessy over to give me another set of eyes . Bingo!! it was her white gold diamond wedding ring. 

Everyone was surprised and happy, it wasn’t looking very good as I used up all the potential hiding places. This small area took close to two hours and would have been very easy to give up, but giving up is not an option. I love doing this even when it gets tough.

Don’t give up .. Your valuable is not lost forever. Call an experienced metal detector expert. Stan the Metal Detector Man is available to help you now…I WILL TRY ANYWHERE… 949-500-2136

Custom Gold Wedding Ring Lost in SoCal Surf .. Found at 2:30am Low Tide

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)










Lost a Ring at a SoCal Beach in the water or dry sand .. Call the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136

*** Mike and his family are visiting Newport Beach, CA. from Canada. He was in waist deep water when he felt his ring slip off his finger. 

He found my contact information on line, calling me for information on how the metal detecting service works. I gave him a short explanation of how we can work with the low tide as he was in the water at high tide. I did come to scan the upper dry sand just to eliminate that possibility. 

The best low tide was at 2 am in the morning. I used photos Mike sent me get landmarks that would narrow the search area. I arrived before low tide as this is a beach that is heavily hunted by other detectorists. It took about 45 minutes of thoroughly grid searching the low tide zone till I found Mike’s ring. 

I contacted him the next morning with the good news. I was able to deliver the ring to him as he was staying in a hotel and he had been using Uber to get around town ..  I can’t always guarantee a recovery in the water as sand conditions can vary and many times people lose rings I deeper water. I this case we had a successful recovery because we tried. Conditions were perfect.


If you need help call ASAP .. Timing is important… Stan the Metal Detector Man .. 949-500-2136