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Carlsbad Metal Detector finds lost ring in the sand

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

 

Theringfinders metal detector service helped find and return a lost diamond ring in the sand.OPEN NOW 24/7 Call 760 889 2751

I received a call from John Hughes to help find a men’s ring at Carlsbad beach.He had already scanned over the 12X12 area multiple times with 2 different metal detectors but was not able to find it due to this type of ring being what’s known as a “Broken signal.” It is a chain linked style ring which can act as a non-conductive metal that disables most type of detectors from picking up the signal.
Fortunately I recently invested in a new high frequency machine that will pick up broken signals such as Gold Chains,gold earrings with an open loop etc.

When I arrived to the scene of the lost ring I met Johnny who had preserved an area in dry sand with beach chairs. I asked a few detective questions mostly about the style of this chain linked ring,then began my search.

After 5-10 minutes with a few small pieces of trash I got a steady low tone on my machine while shaking my sand scoop I had  unearthed Johnny’s hefty Gold diamond ring.He was stoked and relieved to have this precious metal back on his finger. What a great feeling it was especially as the local beach goers were clapping & cheering after it was Returned !

Thank you Johnny for the gratuity and John Hughes for calling me to help others.

Lost ring found by Metal Detector at Cardiff beach CA

from Carlsbad (California, United States)
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TheRingFinders Metal Detector Service helped reunite a lost wedding band at Cardiff beach. OPEN NOW; Call 760 889 2751

 

I received a call from John Hughes a fellow member of Theringfinders asking if I could do a search for a lost Platinum ring in the surf. I was already scheduled to hunt at 3:00am for another lost ring close to this location so that was no problem.

Upon arriving to the scene of the first lost ring for the 3rd time it was evident that the beach has naturally pushed in sand burying it even deeper. I swung the whole area & did not dig 1 target. So on to the next Beach I went…

By 4:45 am during low tide I was at Cardiff beach swinging my Metal Detector in the location given by the owner of the ring via google maps.I had already been bit several times by mosquitoes in merely minutes and also to make this search seem inevitabley painful is that this Ring was lost 3 days prior in 5’-8’ surf! I guess you could say it’s a shot in the dark but after the 15th mosquito bite I heard a signal that made my ears ring..I took 1 scoop in the wet sand while begging the sea gods & king neptune for this to be Johns platinum ring…((Boom)) good Karma had prevailed!

Me,John Hughes and his daughter met the owner of this special ring also named John,later in the day.He was so relieved and very greatful to have this sentimental item back on his finger where it had been for over 20 years of marriage! Irreplaceable a ring can be.

This search did require luck,Knowledge,Good Karma but I must thank the Gods of the sea for their help in this recovery.

Mission beach Metal Detector Helps find lost rings

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

 

 

The Ring Finders Metal Detector Service helped find a Lost wedding ring set in the sand at Mission beach. OPEN NOW! Call Curtis Cox 760 889 2751

Today,I received a call from Rosalyn who lost her wedding rings in the sand 2 days prior while vacationing from Georgia at Mission beach San Diego.After some questions & concerns we both had,I explained to her that there is a chance I could help though I do not have a charge for my service.Often times I do get rewards which is entirely up to you and what you can afford but timing is Keene.

We set up a time later with the place to meet that day.As soon as I met Rosalyn at this very secluded beach in mission bay,I felt it was going to be successful search because it’s rare for Local Metal Detector treasure seekers at a spot like this,Cause was they usually comb the main beaches for lost valuables but also the sand was fortunately fluffy which can preserve rings or lost metals for a short while.

Upon arriving to the scene of the lost rings,Rosalyn showed me a rough 10X15’ area she was sitting in a beach chair near fire pits where these precious metals were last seen.

So I began my search,digging bottle caps left/right,Nearly every step or sweep was a target,Melted aluminum pieces,Pennies,Soda can pull tabs,Corona caps and then a quarter I realized..No hobbyists Detector has been here recently.I safely told her that this is a good sign!.. Yet I had already searched the main area she described so I continued my protocol grid search pattern swinging a little out of the box closer to the fire pit digging a lot of trash is when I looked into the scoop for the 20-30th time and saw a Gold circle & Stunned,,I asked what kind of ring was lost ??? She said Yellow gold! That’s when I showed the first ring while electrifying smiles light up all around :):) There where also some young campers hanging out for party time that night just feet away who saw me dig up the first ring in a shell shock look Saying “Wow” ”Cool.”
I then swung my Metal Detector over the same hole getting a similar signal on my machine so I reached down with out a handheld Pinpointer & magically had the Main diamond ring in the hand with just 1 hand or palm scoop out of the sand requiring experience.

Rosalyn was very elated and appreciative that  these rings were back on the finger, Especially the day before she was headed back home After nearly 3 days of them being gone.Good karma has prevailed again in this search and I’m glad to of soaked in quite a bit of it.

What you may think is gone for ever could be easily reunited with you again. Don’t hesitate to call any member of TheRingFinders.Com

We are here to help.

San Diego Metal Detector found lost Gold Rings

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

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Wedding Ring set Found in the ocean  and Reunited 6 days Later to the happy owner!

This first started out after We had a  Ringfinders Meeting at a neighboring beach,I noticed an add online about a Women who lost a Ring at a beach and she was hoping an honest person found it. My Good buddy John Hughes from The Ringfinders emailed Her right away and days later she Contacted Us.

Many variables and some doubts concerning This situation because these rings could of been what detectorist call “eyeball Find”  Not buried in the sand and Easily to see & pick up after it was lost! ? Staying optimistic as always I met John at solana beach the first low tide after talking to Lisa From Utah who also had hope it could still be buried in the  Wet sand. 13 minutes into the hunt a person tells us A metal detectorist was there 2 days ago…Dang..It could be GONE 4 EVER ???  But No matter, Process of elimination,I kept on swinging..Then..Mmmmm BeeeP.. Crystal clear ring sound On my P.I metal detector and there was the 1st ring white gold band 2″ deep …35 feet later I hit the mother load:) Lisa’s Big diamond ring was 6″ deep in wet sand and now in my scoop!

We then contacted Lisa and her Father and Met At lunch time,she put her rings back on after 6 days of  being consumed by the ocean and the Positive energy of giving back was electrifying! I hope this story Will help you or others Who have lost their Precious/Sentimental  Metals.

My Investment In metal Detectors is a Gift that keeps on Giving. 😉

Lost Engagement Ring in Encinitas, California…Found Buried in Sand

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

 

 

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Engagement ring found buried in the sand by two professional Ringfinders.

Encinitas ca, Monday 5/16/15  I received a  text From John Hughes  My Good friend from TheRingfinders and said he needed help on a search and the large diamond ring had a very small and thin platinum band with very little metal also the couple rented metal detector two days ago when the wind blew there seat and umbrella fell many feet over with the Ring in the cup holder.

I’m thinking to myself.. (Wow)..I just helped and returned with John Hughes a Diamond ring this morning  to a happy couple and Sentimental story to tell that day..Then I texted John (on my way 15 min E.T.A) see you there. When I arrived I had noticed the husband with a rented metal detector Griding and swinging like a pro.However 3 different  detector machines had scanned the small beach and short area where it was lost so walking down the long steep trail path I was observing and losing a little hope but Knew I had My Garrett infinium L.S. Pulse induction machine wich is very sensitive to deep and small gold in the most roughest & mineralized conditions.

 

I began cross griding a 30’x30′ area for 15 minutes when John turns his machine off said keep going that away and he walked over to Scott With his soon to be Wife Mrs. Ozuna.

15 seconds later I get a faint high/low  ring sound in the gold range,scooped..and OMG no way! I instantly was laughing in Joy Looking at the 3 of them hysterically like I won the lottery and Made a miracle actually happen.They ran over and after hugs,Tears and relief we could all hear the local and friendly crowd above beacons beach cheering as the sun was setting.The Most amazing day for us ALL.Thank you You all out there Who got to share this wonderful Moment on the news channel.