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Lost iPhone in Sand at Venice Beach, CA. .. Recovered using Find My iPhone App and Metal Detector

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mobile Metal Detecting Service … Stan ..The Metal Detector Man .. Available Now  … 949-500-2136

Rene’ called me requesting help to find her friend Chris’ iPhone lost the night before in the sand at Venice Beach, CA. 

These cellphones can be hard to find at the beach as they are often picked up by people walking the beach. After hearing that the loss occurred in very soft sand and the Find My iPhone app indicated it was still at the location, I told them I would be there within an hour.

We met on the beach where I was glad to see that the beach rake had not passed over the possible area of the loss. I set up my detector beginning a search grid approximately 20ft. by 30ft around the gps app location. From my experience the Find My iPhone App can be off as much as 30 ft. This find also occurred more than 35 ft. outside the gps ping location. After about 20 minutes I got a clear #30 tid reading from my metal detector.

I used my hands feel through the sand because it’s very easy to damage a cellphone with my metal sand scoop. 

Both Rene’ and Chris were very relieved and grateful to have the phone back saving them all the trouble of having to replace the expensive item,  irreplaceable photos and information.

Another successful search and happy smiles from Rene’ and Chris

 

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “   Call ASAP   .. Stan   949-500-2136

Beach Party at Strand Beach, Dana Point,CA. Interrupted by Loss of Cartier Gold Wedding Ring

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
Contact: 1-949-500-2136



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mobile Metal Detecting Service by Stan Ross member of TheRingFinders  … Available Now … 949-500-2136

*** Nicole and Sean had spent the day at Strand Beach, Dana Point, CA. With a large group of friends. Midway through the day Sean notice his gold wedding band was missing. They believed it may have come off his finger while playing volleyball, but it may have slipped off while body surfing.

While everyone was searching through the dry sand a bystander told Nicole about TheRingFinders metal detecting service. Nicole called me explaining the situation. I asked if someone could be there to show me the location. I could definitely eliminate the volleyball playing area. If it wasn’t there it would require a second trip at the next low tide to check the place where Sean was bodysurfing .

It’s less than 15 miles drive but the walkway to the beach is a good hike. We met an hour later as some of the group were leaving. Sean showed me the volleyball playing location and I told him it might take more than an hour to scan the thoroughly. In the past I’ve spent as much as three hours searching lost rings on volleyball courts.

I randomly picked one side of the court to start. In less than 10 feet in a straight line I got the magic signal that turned out to be Sean’s ring. Totally an unconscious streak of good luck. The only clue I had to work with was he knew he had it when he got to the beach and three hours later the ring was not on his finger. 

The best part was seeing the smiles on everybody’s faces. Both Nicol and Sean were genuinely grateful, thanking me several times as we all walked off the beach together. It never gets old seeing people get sentimental keepsakes found that they had believed was impossible to find.