Medal Detection Tag | The Ring Finders

Joe’s Lost Platinum Ring Madison Park Beach Seattle

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-618-8194

On the 4th of July I got a call from Joe’s wife that her husband had lost his Tiffany & Co platinum wedding band in Lake Washington. Joe was standing in just a few inches water watching his young children play when he noticed his ring fall in to the shallow lake water. He kew the exact location and hunted around for about an hour but could not recover his ring. Watch the story unfold to another fun recovery with smiles.

See how Joe’s ring was recovered through the assistance  of an expereinced medal detection recovery specialist:

 

Cheers,

Jeff Morgan

SeattleRingHunter

M: 206-618-8194

Found cell phone Alki Beach Seattle Returned

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-618-8194

 

Went on a random medal detection hunt and found an undamaged cell phone buried in the dry sands of Alki Beach, Seattle. See how the rest of the story unfolds at this video:

 

Metal Detecting Valentine’s Day Seattle Snow Recovery

from Seattle (Washington, United States)
Contact: 1-206-618-8194

 

Platinum Diamond Ice ring found in Ice Snow

Valentine’s Day 2019 Recovery

Maysoon called me having lost her platinum diamond wedding ring in the Seattle snow. After a church service she came out to help her husband add some fluid to their car before leaving. Her hands got a little messy so she bent down, grabbed some snow to rub her hands clean and then shook her hands dry. At this point she noticed her wedding ring was no longer on her finger! After a frantic search through the snow with no ring found she called me the next day after visiting TheRingFinders website.  I agreed to meet her the next morning.

   

When I arrived early on Valentine’s Day morning the asphalt was super slippery and the piles of snow were thick blocks of ice. My detector easily sees metal through the snow however her ring was a thin band ladies platinum ring. As always I proceeded with the search cautiously and started cleaning out sections of the snow moving those closes to the metal railing further out as not to miss her ring. If it was there I would eventually find it. She told me that the parking spot she was standing on was full of snow that night the ring went missing. However the next day someone had cleared that spot and shoveled the snow into a pile leading up to a storm drain. The pile not far from the public sidewalk. I kew we had to get this ring before the snow melted as surely someone would drive over the top of it or eyeball it and no telling if it would get returned.

With several hours of searching I carefully scooped blocks of ice to the side clearing each one taking caution not to damage her ring.  Half way through the snow pile I eventually got the signal I was lookin for. After a close inspection I was so happy for the lady that all of her diamonds were still fixed to the ring.

 

Watch how this Valentine’s Day search turned into another amazing recovery!

Cheers,

Jeff Morgan

SeattleRingHunter

M: 206-618-8194