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Help Finding Platinum Ring Manhatten Beach, CA. ..Lost and Found by Ringfinder

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Don’t waste your time renting or buying a cheap metal detector. If you don’t have any experience operating one, it could be very frustrating. Let me come to you with the best equipment available and experience for recovering all types of sentimental keepsakes. Stan the Metal Detector Man.. Mobile metal detecting service .. 949-500-2136

*** Brad and his young daughter had spent the day at Manhatten Beach, one of the Los Angeles county beaches. At sunset they were walking off the beach when he felt his platinum wedding ring slip off his finger disappearing in the soft sand.

It was cold and getting dark, so Brad decided not to waste time searching the dry sand. He went to the internet for professional help. He contacted me and I told him I could leave right now to meet him at the location.

He was able to stay at the location, which makes it easier to have a successful recovery. We met and within a few minutes the platinum ring was in my sand scoop. Not all recoveries are this easy but many people give up trying to find their ring because they think it’s impossible to find a ring in sand. Especially late at the end of the day. I’m grateful that I’m free most anytime of day to help people find their sentimental keepsakes.

Many people don’t understand how a metal detector service works. Feel free to call so we can discuss the possibilities using a professional metal detectorist to help you find your important lost jewelry or any metal item. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ ..  Mobile Metal Detecting available to help you now … 949-500-2136

Lost Ring in Firepit .. O’Niell Park, Orange County, CA. .. Same Campsite as last Recovery

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

If you need information or help to find a lost ring or other important metalic item call or text .. Stan the Metal Detector Man … 949-500-2136

**** “Believe it or Not “  .. Taylor called me about a gold wedding lost while camping at O’Niell Park in Orange County, CA.  The location of the loss was the exact campsite that I found a motor cycle carburetor part two days before. Kind of spooky especially when I have never had an any searches at the park. ( there are 80 camp sites.)

The story goes, Taylor and his buddies were have large campfire that evening. They gathered some extra brush from the river bed to make a big fire. Sometime while the fire was still burning he discovered his gold wedding ring was missing.

After reviewing a video they had taken using their smart phones, it was on while throwing fuel in the fire. He came the next day with a metal detector and couldn’t find it.

He called me the next day. We met at the campsite, where I began to grid search the loose sand and wood chips. Taylor asked if he could help. I asked if he would use my beach sand scoop to remove the ashes from the metal lined fire pit. I had him spread the ashes far enough away from the metal fire pit so I could use my metal detector. He had told me that he had checked the ashes yesterday.. Guess where the ring was hiding ?? The ring showed up in the ashes. Taylor was a happy camper, telling me he might just leave it blacken wearing it like that for a while.

Many people don’t understand how a metal detector service works. Feel free to call so we can discuss the possibilities using a professional metal detectorist to help you find your important lost jewelry or any metal item. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ ..  Mobile Metal Detecting available to help you now … 949-500-2136

Cartier Watch Lost in Sand Found and Returned by Newport Beach Ringfinder

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Stan the Metal Detector Man is available to help you find your lost sentimental item. Call or text 24/7 for assistance including information on how to find your lost metallic keepsake. Stan ..949-500-2136

*** I love it when a friend or relative calls me asking for help to find their friend’s lost sentimental item. It happens more than I ever expected. Christine’s mother called me asking for help to find her daughter’s Cartier watch that could be in the sand near a volleyball court. She told me that her daughter had been watching a volleyball game on the sand at Newport Beach, CA. 

The loss happened three days before calling me and her daughter didn’t realize the ring was missing until later that evening. This watch was very sentimental to her and she was devastated. Considering the length of time since the loss and how many other places she had been before discovering the watch was lost, I told her mother I could grid search the beach area. At least, when I finish, I could say it was not there. Although, I did think there was a strong possibility the watch could be there, I did not want to give them false hope.

There was no need for them to meet me at the location, because they gave me good directions and provided me with a few photos. After an hour of grid searching, I found the watch. I called them and sent a photo of the watch. We met that afternoon to give it to her mother, who had not told Christine. She was going to surprise Christine that evening.

Metal detecting is my passion Metal detector is the best tool find jewelry in sand, dirt, grass or water. I offer my experience to help you. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Lost Diamond Wedding Ring Set in Surf.. Huntington Beach, CA. Found at Lowtide with Metal Detector

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

If you lose a piece of jewelry in the surf call Stan the Metal Detector Man .. It’s not lost forever. Call or Text 949-500-2136 .. Also you can email .. .. timing is important so call or text is preferred.

***Jonathon and Vanessa had been at the the Huntington City Beach RV camping spot for the weekend. Vanessa took a walk on the beach to hunt for sea shells, while reaching down to pick up a shell at the tide line, her gold diamond wedding ring set slipped off her finger. Before she could grab the ring, a wave washed over the spot and the ring disappeared immediately..

i received a frantic call from Vanessa asking for help. we discussed the circumstances of her loss while looked at the tide chart. I told her we had a chance to find the ring as the tide receded. Even though the tide was rising I would be there soon to confirm the location, which is very important.

Jonathon was there to meet me. He had the area marked off with sticks and a couple soft drink cans. I wasn’t going to leave because the tide drops about one foot per hour this time of the year. I would just grid about a 20’x 40′ then leave to for a half hour to search for other treasures. About an  hour and a half later, BOOM! diamond ring set in the scoop. I walked a couple hundred yards across the sand to their camp site with the good news. Jonathon was there to get the surprise, he told me, he doubted the the rings could be found. We waited Vanessa to return from her trip to the store.

Jonathon and his friends were all present to watch her reaction when he held up the wedding ring set that she believed was lost forever.. a side note, while waiting for the tide to go down, I found two other rings and a hand full of clad coins.

Stan the Metal Detector Man is ready to help you now. Call for information or help to find your lost keepsake.. Stan 949-500-2136 … “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Lost Car Key Fobs at Aliso Beach California.. Found

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

















***** Joshua and his wife took a short trip from their home to Aliso Beach to watch the sunset over the ocean. Aliso Beach is part of the Orange County parks system located in south Laguna Beach. They were only there for less than an hour which was long enough for his wife to lose her set of 2 car key fobs. 

They didn’t realize the keys were missing until they arrived home. Joshua returned to the beach to see if he could find them with no success.

He was able to call me asking if I was available to help. He was assuming that we could meet the next morning. After finding out that the items lost were the expensive key fobs, I told him it would be best if we could meet as soon as possible. It would be about 8pm which would give me two hours to search before the beach closes. It would not be necessary for him to stay.

Joshua and I met in the well lighted parking lot at exactly 8pm.. We walked across to the sand discussing where and what happened to cause the loss of the keys.

When we passed the trash receptacle next to a lamp post, we spotted the keys on top of the trash box.

I didn’t have to turn on my detector and it was a successful search. This is common with keys found by others at the beach here In SoCal. People find keys, etc. and put them on lifeguard towers, posts, walls, near exits of the beach. Unfortunately sometimes others take them for various reasons. 

It was a cool evening so we glad that everything went well and we were both home  within an hour of Joshua’s call.. 



Stan the Metal Detector Man …. call or text .. 949-500-2136