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Lost Cellphone and Prescription Glasses in Sand at Manhatten Beach, CA. … Found and Returned next Morning

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Clem and Denise has been on the beach Saturday night when Denise lost her new IPhone X and an expensive pair of prescription glasses. Clem called me Sunday morning asking for help using my metal detector.

This beach has a very efficient beach cleaning crew, so I was a little concerned that it may be too late.  They are are aware that the beaches are groomed daily. When I discussed that with Clem, he told me that the beach had only raked the upper part of the beach. He also told me that the “Find My Iphone App” was still pinging, which meant the phone was still there. 

That information was good enough for me to get on the road to meet them on the beach. When I got there, Clem had a IPad that gave information the phone was still in the location. He didn’t understand how the app worked, so I told him to walk in the direction of of the blinking icon until his position was over the spot the gps indicated the area of the phone. 

It still took about 20 minutes to find the phone. As a bonus the prescription glasses also showed up. What made this a great recovery was, these large items actually survived the beach rake. Some days the beach crew only rakes the beach and if the rake is not full of trash some items just fall through. Other days the crews run a super sifting machines that can get bottle caps, coins and rings. Every beach city has different schedules and cleaning procedures. 

Denise was ecstatic and happy that her friend Clem had the presence of mind to call me for help. It was definitely a pleasure to help them, I was having second thoughts about searching for a cell phone lost in a high traffic beach goer location. The large phones don’t always hide under the sand.

 

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Lost Platinum Wedding Ring in Sand at Laguna Beach, CA. .. Recovered and Returned by RingFinder

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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*** Jason called me from Laguna Beach,CA. after his wife, Julia had accidentally dropped his platinum wedding ring in the sand. She had been holding his ring while he went for a swim.

They were searching the sand when a passerby told them about how to contact me by searching the internet for TheRingFinders directory of metal detector specialists.

I received the call and was only 7 miles away so it was a quick response. I was able to meet them on one of the beautiful Laguna Beach coves. Julia was feeling a little guilty for being careless with the ring. It was easy to assure her that this happens more than most people know. 

The best part of this find was that they were still in the general location, so it didn’t take long to find Jason’s very sentimental platinum wedding ring.

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Multiple Sentimental Rings Lost after Putting Rings on Lap at Newport Beach, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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 **** Ari’s mother Bryn had been on the beach with the family watching her grandson taking surfing lessons. She took off multiple rings setting them on her lap while applying sunscreen. Her wedding ring set and three other rings. One ring was her husband’s ring who had past away just a month before. Late that night after returning to their summer beach house, she realized that her rings must have fallen into the sand.

The next morning her son Ari was able to borrow a metal detector to search the beach. Besides not knowing anything about using a metal detector he had difficulty remembering where they had been sitting. Ari decided that he would try to locate a professional metal detecting service. He went online where he found my contact information. I was only a couple miles away so we met on the beach about 11 am. There were already many beach goers setting up their blankets and umbrellas on the beach. Making it difficult to do a proper grid search. I did a preliminary search not bothering the people set up on the beach.

Returning later that afternoon I set up a large search grid and after 2 hours I found the two ring engagement/wedding ring set. A few minutes later the other three rings showed up in my scoop. All rings very sentimental especially at this time of grieving over the loss of her husband.

The rings survived over 24 hours on a highly populated part of the beach that gets sifted by very efficient beach cleaning machines and the possibility that someone could have accidentally found the rings. 

Knowing this beach well, I had a hard time staying positive about finding multiple rings in this section of Newport Beach. Another lesson for me to stay positive and be persistent.

 

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Lost CIF Championship Ring Lost While Playing Beach Vollyball at Laguna Beach, CA. .. Recovered by Member of TheRingFinders

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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**** Steven was very proud to be a part of a team that won the California State Lacrosse Championship this year. He was devastated when he lost his ring in the sand playing volleyball the day before contacting me.

Steven’s mother had located me and called me the next morning. The loss occurred at a private beach and it would take awhile to get entry to the beach access entry point. When I met Steven on the beach, he walked me over to the zone where he believed the ring came off his finger.

I looked at a 5 ft. square area that he had dug about two feet deep searching for his ring the night before. I was a little concerned that it buried out of detecting range. After setting up my detector I began my search. The “BIG” ring was found about 5 ft. outside the suspected search location. It was a beautiful ring and I could tell how much it meant to Steven when I presented it to him.

Another fun find that came with the privilege to see and detect on this awesome beach. Ringfinders get to go to some unique locations, it’s not just beaches. I can’t begin to share all the awesome places I’ve searched for lost sentimental keepsakes.

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Special Silver Ring Lost in Sand at Venice Beach, CA. ..Found and Returned by a RingFinder Member

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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 ****Miles was at Venice Beach, CA. When he lost his silver ring in the sand. He called me and a hour later I met him. He had taken time to hold me a parking space which saved a lot of time. 

It was getting a little windy and his friends were ready to leave. Because he was able to stay in the location it made it easy to find his ring. Within 10 minutes my detector was able to identify ahis silver ring hiding under the sand. 

We took a couple photos then everybody headed for home. Another successful search and return. 

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Lost Wedding Ring After Putting into Beach Chair Cup Holder .. San Clemente, CA. .. Found using Metal Detector Specialist

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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***** Janet and Paul were attending a family reunion at a beach front home near San Clemente, CA.  A beautiful home right on the sand with a couple dozen family members present when Janet lost her gold diamond wedding ring in the sand. 

The evening before calling me most every body set up their beach chairs in the sand only 20 ft. in front of the beach house. Janet put her two rings in the pocket of the beach chair. Then after moving back into the house she could only find the engagement ring in the chair pocket. The wedding ring had to be in the sand only a few  feet in front of the patio.  That night and the next morning many of the group tried their hand at finding her ring while everyone sat on the patio watching the search.

After almost a day after searching without finding the ring. Someone in the group found my contact information while trying to rent a metal detector. I was able to meet Paul shortly after he called me. Walking through the house I seemed to have a big audience of family who were curious to see if I could find the ring. After they had all tried, using fingers, rakes and sifting methodically with a sand crab sifting tool.

Setting up the detector to eliminate some of the electrical interference from the building, I began my 20ft. square grid search. The ring showed up on my second pass just as I was telling my onlookers not to get excited when I dig a target because I remove all metallic items as I search.

Everybody cheered and smiled as I held up the ring for Janet. Not all searches go this well. Metal detectors work real good for finding a ring if the ring is there. The right tool for the right job. Finger dragging, rakes and sand crab sifters are not very effective for finding and important irreplaceable sentimental piece of jewelry like a wedding ring. 

It still doesn’t bother me to search for hours to eliminate an area that may ring may be hiding. It’s all part of searching. Eliminate one area so you can go to the next possible hiding place. We post our successful finds but many people don’t realize that our unsuccessful searches lead into hour and hours of searching. It sometimes gets boring and discouraging. I still learn with every search and get more experience with each hunt, that’s rewarding.

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How to Find Your Lost Ring When Lost in the Sand .. Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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 ***** Jeremy and Elyssa had been at the beach the day before calling me. Jeremy had put his wedding band in his shoe with their other belongings on the beach. After enjoying their day at Doheny Beach, Dana Point, CA. he remembered what he had done. They live close, so he returned to search the sand that evening in the dark without success.

Elyssa located me the next morning and I met them at the beach. It was a warm summer day with many people setting up their little beach spots early. The main thing was to get the general area located. I did a quick scan of the open spaces, but it would be necessary to return after 6pm to do a proper grid search. Finding a ring is a meticulous job, similar to mopping a floor. If you miss it by an inch, you might as well miss it by a mile.

I returned at 6 pm to begin my search. It looked like some of the people were not going to leave till the beach closed at 10pm. After nearly an hour the magic of the metal detector gave me a strong signal that turned out to Jeremy’s Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring. Thirty minutes after calling them, they met me on the beach just as the sunset. It was a great reunion which the smiles of Elyssa and Jeremy prove. It was a pleasure to meet and help them. I love doing this.

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Mercedes Keys Thrown Off Second Floor Balcony into Landscape Shrubbery .. Aliso Viejo, CA. .. Found Using Metal Detector Service

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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****** Julian’s friend threw her car keys off the second floor balcony of her apartment. Her mother was able to find metal detecting service when she located TheRingFinders online. After two days of looking through the landscape plants which was mostly ivy. They set up a time that afternoon that I could meet them to attempt a search.

When we met Julian took me up the spot where the throw happened. I could see many places that keys could hide including a trash dumpster and the roofs of the garages. Concentrating on the landscaping and especially the ivy which are perfect hiding places. 

The keys with a remote garage door opener showed up in the ivy more than 150 ft. away from the launching point. I was actually beginning to call off the search because I thought nobody could throw keys that far. I learn something every time I do a search. 

Julian and her mother, Jennifer were about to give up hope when I let them know I found the keys. 

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Local Venice Beach Surfer Lost Wedding Ring in Water Coming Out of Surf

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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*****Scott called me the day after he lost his white gold wedding band in the surf near the Pier in Venice Beach, CA.  He always takes his wedding band off his finger and keeps it inside the upper inside pocket of his wetsuit. It was almost too warm to wear a wet suit and he was hot as he came out of the water. In waist deep water he dropped the upper part of his wetsuit. Scott knew right away that his ring went into the water.

 He was up able to meet me the next morning which didn’t seem like much of a problem for me. It was directly  in front of the lifeguard tower, he knew for sure that’s where the loss occurred and I would be able to search at low tide. 

In began my grid search lower into to surf working my way up to the best possible location. Boom!! Scott’s ring in the scoop. Perfect directions and great timing to get there within the first 24 hours. Scott was at work, not able to pick it up. He had me give it to his friend that teaches surfing there at Venice Beach Pier.

 

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Heirloom Gold Signet Ring Lost in Ocean at Malibu, CA. Found Next Day

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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 *** Patrick and his family are visiting his brother here in Los Angeles. They had spent yesterday at a beautiful Malibu Beach, the day at the beach turned out to be upset when he discovered that his special heirloom gold signet ring was not on his finger after returning to their car. They returned to the spot they had been sitting on the sand as the tide was rising. His efforts to find the ring were futile. He was devastated because this ring was a gift from his father more that 30 years ago.

That night he located my contact information on the internet, so he sent me an email asking for help. I replied asking him to call as soon as possible. He immediately responded with a call. He couldn’t say he felt the ring come off his finger, but he did say he had sunscreen on his hands and had been in knee deep water only.

He would be unable to meet me at the location but he could send photos of a fence that was directly in front of where they spent the day. The big clue was that there were a few broken slats to mark it exactly. I could only guarantee that I could definitely search the dry sand and get into the surf waste deep. It might take a second try at the next lower tide.

 

After an hour of driving I was lucky to find a parking place within 50 yards from the location.  The ring didn’t show after searching the small dry area. Then I went into the water with the small waves hitting me waist high. Only one good signal which took three scoops to dig the gold signet ring that had been in the ocean almost a whole day.

Patrick couldn’t believe that we were able to save his most sentimental memory of this gift from his father many years ago. We made arrangements for me to bring the ring to his brother’s home on my way home. He was returning to Tennessee the next morning. A lot of time these type searches are not successful because people don’t feel when or where the ring came off. It is always a surprise when the lost item is there.

 

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