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Jewelry Lost in Sand at Huntington Beach , CA. .. Recovered

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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***** Bailey’s mother had put her rings and bracelets in her hand bag while she was at beach party at Huntington City That night while everyone was enjoying the camp fire, the hand bag was knocked off a table into the sand. Several pieces of jewelry were lost. 

Bailey’s mother was upset when she came to her home in Apple Valley, CA. Bailey and his friend got into their car to drive 100 miles back to the beach, leaving at 12 midnight. To top things off they were held up over two hours by a road closure on interstate 15. They arrived at the beach at 4 am. After two hours of searching the sand, someone one told them how to contact me. 

I received the call at 6:30 am. When I met them on the beach they were tired and frustrated. We were lucky enough to to find the last two missing pieces of jewelry. A gold high school ring and a gold bangle bracelet. We were very lucky that the beach cleaning equipment was being serviced and didn’t work that area of the beach that night.

 

“I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Lost Ring in Sand at Venice Beach, CA. Found Two Days Later

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Maylee called asking for help to find a silver Pandora ring, possibly lost in the sand two days before. She and her friends were on the beach most of the day. They did take a long walk on the Venice Boardwalk. After returning to her hotel room 40 miles away from Venice Beach, she realized her ring was missing.

It was already two days since the loss and the only reason she believed the ring might be at the beach was after reviewing photos during the day. The ring didn’t show on the last photos before leaving the beach.

I almost told her that too much time had passed and there were too many other locations that he could have lost it. I looked at the clock and knew the traffic would not be too congested. I agreed to give it a try, even though she could not meet at the location.

Trying to keep a positive attitude,  I made it to the beach parking lot in less than an hour. It had just turned dark outside but that never is a problem. It was only a short walk to the lifeguard tower where she had been that Saturday. 

Started a 30ft. grid line and on the third pass I got a nice high tone on my equinox metal detector. ”YES” a nice silver ring with a black center stone surrounded by cz’s.

Sent a photo to Maylee. We decided it would be easier to mail it to her home in New York. She only had two days left of her vacation before returning to her home.

I learned again that you can’t really tell for sure if the item is there until you swing the coil over the area. Then, it’s still a game if inches.

After thinking about this whole ordeal, you might agree that the service worked out well for Maylee. She called a RingFinder from her hotel room 40 miles away from the beach where she thought she may have lost her ring. An hour and a half later I sent her a photo of her ring. She enjoyed the last two days of her vacation without having to take time and can fare to pick it up. When she retuned home, her ring showed up in the mail. Almost as easy as ordering something using Amazon prime. 

I love doing what I do!!

”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”

Lost Cellphone in Sand at Santa Monica Beach.. Found with Metal Detector

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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The first day of Tiffany’s vacation started off by losing her Iphone in the sand at Santa Monica Beach. Tiffany is from Louisiana and was visiting her mother in Southern California. This is not a good start to a vacation. 

Tiffany’s mother was able to find TheRingFinders website, using her cellphone. She called me and I asked her if they could stay at the location till I got there. Our best chance to find a cellphone is the first few hours. They are often picked up by other people or the beach cleaning machines get them the next morning.

We met on the beach just before sunset. Tiffany and her mother showed me an area approximately 50’x 50’ square. After searching that location with no success, I found the phone 20 ft. outside the original search area. 

Tiffany was truly grateful to have her phone. I was also surprised when her young son told me, thank you for finding my mother’s phone.

” I Will Try Anywhere”

Lost Ring Found by TheRingFinders Member… Long Beach, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Julie called me an hour after losing her ring at Long Beach, CA. I only asked her if the ring was lost in the dry sand or wet sand and to text me the nearest address. 

When we met on the beach she was with John at an unoccupied lifeguard tower. She told me that they had climbed up the steps on the tower to the platform. When she got to the top, she brushed some sand off her leg and the ring flew off her finger. Both Julie and John heard the ring hit the deck but could not determine the direction it went.

I was a little overconfident that it would be a quick recovery. My first obstacle was many metal trash targets. My first grid of the small area was a rapid scan listening for a low gold tone. Next grid of scan was slow digging and removing every metal target. ”No Ring”. I knew that it was possible for the ring to be hiding close to the metal legs of the lifeguard tower but I was holding off on searching near the metal legs till later. 

Before getting on my hands and knees to use my handheld pinpointer. I used my sand scoop to move sand away from the metal legs where my detector had a chance to find a ring without being masked by the metal support legs. 

After one hour, the third grid of the area was successful. The ring was found within 18” of the metal tower supports. I’m sure that I moved it out far enough for the detector to separate it from the larger metal. Although it is possible that I may have just missed it the first times, the main thing is the ring was recovered. It always rewarding to see how happy John and Julie were to have the ring back. It was very sentimental to both of them.

How to Find a Ring at the Beach with a Metal Detector.. Huntington Beach, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Jessica called me from Huntington Beach after she lost her husband’s platinum wedding ring in the sand. Her husband, John had given Jessica his wedding band to hold while he was going for a swim in the ocean. 

They agreed to wait for me on the beach which was going to help make it a successful search. When I arrived Jessica said, I’m the person who lost the ring. I reassured her that this seems to happen often lately.

She didn’t know exactly when or where the ring slipped off her finger, but she did know that she hadn’t left the 25’x 25’ area. Perfect, I began a grid search. There were not very many trash metal signals to bother with so it was not long until the ring was in my sand scoop.

It was a happy moment for both of them. After hours of trying to find the ring. Success came when Jennifer decided to ask for help by calling a member of TheRingFinders metal detector service.

”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”

Lost Wedding Ring in Sand.. Venice, CA. .. While on Vacation

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Daniel and his wife are from Peru enjoying a visit to Venice Beach, CA. He lost his ring in the dry sand when he brushed some sand off his pants. Someone on the beach suggested that he contact TheRingFinders.com. He didn’t have a working cell phone, but the person helped him by letting Daniel use her phone.

When Daniel contacted me, I was just 5 miles away. I made sure I had his correct location because we wouldn’t have cell phone communication. It sounded like it could be an easy search, but if I couldn’t find him it would be terrible. Many people are not good at giving directions. 

Everything worked out perfect. I found a parking space very close to his location. He saw me walking across the beach and met me with hands waving in the air. 

I set up my detector while asking him what type of metal was the ring made of and what exactly happened when he list the ring. Basically, I could see the search area because he had left many finger drag marks in the sand.

It was a quick recovery with Daniel and his wife very happy to have the very special sentimental ring back where it belongs. They had no idea that this service exists. To me, it is special because I know losing a wedding ring while vacationing would certainly upset the vacation and definitely not be a good memory

”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE”

How to Find a Ring in the Sand .. Southern California Beaches .. Metal Detector Expert

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Tim and his wife were at Venice Beach, CA.  for the day and walking off the beach to their car. When he put some trash in the trash can . Tim felt his gold wedding ring slip off his finger as he pulled his hand away. The ring fell into the sand disappearing immediately.

I received a call about 11:30 pm as I was driving home late that night. Tim apologized for calling that late, but I was totally ok with the call. It allowed us to set up a search time for the next morning when he could be there to show me the general location.

We met at a time that allowed us to evade the morning traffic rush. The area of the loss wasn’t in a location that the beach cleaning machines would have been a problem. 

When we met there was another obstacle. There was a movie crew set up exactly where we were going to search. The crew said it would be alright to do my search as I assured them it would be a short time.

I began my grid search and immediately had one 3’ x 3’ area that seemed to have a cement with rebar under 6’” under the sand. The metal detector could not work well with that interference. It might require hand sifting with my sand scoop. You never know what challenges can come up until getting to the search location. 

Just before having to resort to hand sifting the area that had metallic interference, I got a decent signal up against a wood piling in the sand. Boom!.. Tim’s ring in the scoop. About 8 0r 10 members of the movie crew witnessed the recovery, which gave me a chance to tell them about TheRingFinders.com.

Another fun recovery which, wasn’t as simple as I thought it might be. It was awesome to see how happy an grateful Tim and his wife were as they have this ring back where it belongs.

 

If you need to find a valuable lost in the sand call a person the has experience operating a metal detector. Also someone that can get to you in a timely manner. Call as soon as possible..

Lost Gold Heirloom Wedding Ring .. Huntington Beach, CA. … Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Jennifer had been holding her husband’s gold wedding ring while he went swimming in the ocean at Huntington Beach, CA. When her husband, Blair returned he was told that by Jennifer that she had lost the irreplaceable heirloom ring that had been once belonged to his grandfather.

This type of ring loss seems to be a trend lately. The other ways people lose rings at the beach are setting the ring on the towel while putting on sunscreen or putting rings in cupholders of beach chairs. 

Blair went to the nearby concession stands trying to locate a metal detector and Jessica stayed with their kids getting on line where she located me on TheRingFinders website. I was 6 miles away but it took a little extra time to find parking as all the parking lots were full because of several special events. You never know what type obstacles that come up until arriving at the location. This time it only involved walking an extra quarter of a mile.

They were waiting patiently on the beach where the loss occurred, that’s a good thing. Jennifer pointed out where she had been playing with the kids in the sand. She had the ring on her finger and believed that’s where it came off. I started there and it was a quick find. Only two pieces of trash metal then the third signal was the special heirloom ring more than 70 years in the family. 

It was a great day to be able to help Jennifer and Blair find their ring. On that location of Huntington City Beach it would not have been there the next day. They use the best beach cleaning every night. Timing is very important on many beaches in the Los Angeles and Orange County beaches.

Lost Gold Wedding Ring in the Sand … Venice Beach, CA. … Found

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Lauren called me about two hours after her husband, Justin lost his gold wedding ring in the sand at Venice Beach, CA. It took a couple hours for Lauren to find me doing a google search for metal detector service.

Both of them met me on the beach about noon. Justin told me that he had put his ring in his jacket pocket while they went for a morning swim. He was sure the ring fell from the pocket as he picked up the jacket. 

This should have been a quick search except they were having a little difficulty locating the spot where they had laid their belongings. This is happens often, so I asked Justin to use my sand scoop to mark the area he believed the loss occurred. I also asked him if he recognized any items or trash. 

It was probably a 40 ft. square that Justin had marked off. I let him suggest the most probable side to start my grid search. After almost finishing that area. I began to search outside the marked location where Justin had noticed a piece of trash. It didn’t take but a few more minutes and I had received a great clear signal that turned out to be Justin’s ring. 

They were overjoyed and very grateful as it was getting a little discouraging after the first half hour. I knew the ring would eventually show up, it’s just a matter of eliminating one area at a time. Most people don’t understand or trust that a metal detector can find a item as small as a ring in a field of sand. It’s a matter of having the best metal detectors , knowing how to operate that equipment, having the experience and patience to search in all types of conditions.

It was a pleasure to meet and help Lauren and Justin. They were very grateful to have their wedding ring recovered..

Lost Car Key in the Sand .. Corona del Mar State Beach, CA. .. Found and Returned

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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Rudan has been a beach party at Corona del Mar State Beach, Newport Beach, CA. when he lost his car key in the sand. His friend contacted me asking my for help.

Rudan showed me a 20 ft. square area where he knew the loss occurred. He did tell me that his key was broken and just the small metal piece had fallen in the sand. He said it wasn’t any bigger than a pull tab that he saw in my scoop.

After doing a quick grid, I assumed that it may have fallen through my sand scoop. Starting a second pass over the same area, I slowed my sweeping speed and checking every small signal. Boom! The small key part showed up. 

Big smile from Rudan and relief that he didn’t have to go through the trouble to have his car towed. Generally lost keys in the sand a fairly easy to find with a metal detector. This was not easy. Every search has challenges