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Carlsbad State beach Metal Detector Lost ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

The Ring Finders metal detector service helped find and return a lost gold wedding band at Carlsbad State beach. OPEN NOW CALL 760 889 2751

July 5th I received a text from Dale who was at Carlsbad beach TWR 36 on the 4th of July when he noticed his ring had fallen out of a pocket into the sand.The group of six tried sifting through the sand but with no luck.He was already back in L.A but asked if I could help find it for him.Fortunately it was only 7 minutes away so I headed down immediately.

As I walked around I noticed tight Grid lines in the sand EVERY where! Bad news, This means a metal detector Guy was here earlier and the ring is most likely gone!! I text Dale to confirm this was the location hoping I’m at the wrong TWR,He text me back and said yes that’s where I was just south of the tower on the slight slope. 😱 I had to at least scan over the guys grid mark patterns on the slope with hopes he missed it…On my 2nd pass back I get a signal 4-5” down then out popped a white Gold Ring..right in the Detectorist’s tracks!

I text Dale that I have found a ring then sent him the photo. He was at work when he got the pic and jumped out of his seat in excitement & shock.He text me he actually had to explain to his co-workers what happened and they were all amazed!

A few days later I met Dale and Brenda at Tamarack beach.The smiles lit up and they were very grateful to have this precious wedding back at last.

Thank you for the kind reward!

 

 

 

San Diego Metal Detector Guy found lost ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751

 

TheRingFinders San Diego Metal Detecting Service helped find another lost ring at the beach.OPEN NOW 24/7 CALL 760 889-2751

June 24th. Sunday morning,It was finally a sunny day Here in San Diego during our “June Gloom” Weather which happens to be caused by A Catalina eddy that flows in a fairly small counterclockwise circulation with similarity’s of an area of low pressure and develops invariably off the California coast, typically from Point Conception to San Diego, also known as the “Bight of California.” The eddy gets its name from where it mostly forms, near Santa Catalina Island.

This particular sunny morning was a busy beach day when I was contacted from a very nice family at Camp Del Mar about a precious Ring lost in the sand at Camp Pendleton. Though,I was actually sleeping 😴 after a midnight night hunt while ironically searching for long lost rings in California with Chris Turner who happens to be the CEO of TheRingFinders. I got the text/call and I immediately woke up with one eye and finished the remainder of my Starbucks coffee from the night before in the fridge and drove there to help them.

There was 1 hurdle before the search to begin due to the request of proper I.D or a sponsored civilian passport that has been recently required to enter the Military base in Oceanside CA.

After finally arriving to the scene of the lost ring,I turned on my metal detector and found this precious metal buried in the sand in just minutes! Instantly hugs and smiles light up all around. I was Overwhelmed after sleep walking with my detector but this is still one of my fastest recovery’s,Yet thankfully on a day where a weekend cat nap was needed to Eat,Sleep,Search And live to detect again.

 

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Mission beach Metal detector found lost ring

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
Contact: 1-760-889-2751


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theringfinders Metal detecting service has helped find a lost ring in Mission beach San Diego.

Friday Night I received a call from Matt who googled searched me on Theringfinders.His brother in law lost his gold wedding ring while playing volleyball. The Family who were vacationing on the oceanfront had been searching for it and even sifted the sand with a window screen to no luck.
I arrived in the morning at sunrise and saw Brian waving from a distance at the Volleyball courts.He showed me the small 20′ x 20′ area in dry sand where he felt the ring fly off. There was also large sifted piles where the ring could of been buried even deeper.Brian was also concerned and asked me how deep will my detector pick it up at? I said ” 2 feet deep,No prob” So I began a slow search over the area and in less than 10 min I found No Luck!
I asked Brian a few more questions then decided to expand the search perimeter more just in case the ring bounced off the Volleyball flying out of the court?
My first lap around Swinging I get a familiar signal and Found a lost ring buried in the sand…I held it in the air looking at Brian,He ran over Smiling and was very thankful I could help find his wedding ring.

Call or text me anytime 760 889 2751
Curtis Cox Theringfinders.com