Metal Detector Services Utah Tag | The Ring Finders

Lost Platinum Wedding Band in Cottonwood Heights: Found

This was a fun one! Ryan reached out me while he was in Georgia on a trip. Right before he left, he was in a hurry to clear the recent snow from his driveway and sidewalks. He was at the end of the driveway when the snow blower got clogged and he went to clear the snow that was stuck inside. After cleaning out the clog, he heard the snow blower throw something that sounded unusual. After finishing up, he went back inside and noticed his platinum wedding band was missing. Thinking that the unusual sound from the snow blower was his ring, he went back to search around the mailbox area but nothing.

I went over to Ryan’s house while he was away in Georgia and got all the details via facetime. It was late but after searching the area in question, I didn’t find the ring. I started to expand the search area making sure to cover all areas where snow had been piled up from the snow blower. I was literally on my last few feet of the area when I finally got that unmistakable signal. His ring was was down almost a foot in the snow. I quickly sent Ryan a video and he could not believe where I had found it. He either had lost it earlier or the snow blower threw it about 35 feet from where he thought he lost it. I left the ring with his neighbor so Ryan could get it back as soon as he got home! All in all was a great recovery!

Lost Gold/Titanium Wedding Band in Lehi: Found

Brock reached out to me after I posted a recent ring recovery on my Instagram page. I have know Brock for several years so when he called me telling me how he just lost his wedding band while power washing his 4 wheeler, I quickly headed over to his place to find it. He heard his ring hit the cement but couldn’t find it after a good search. Brock has a multi-tier backyard with several levels. Each level has a rock retaining wall as well so plenty of places a ring could hide. After getting all the info from Brock, I started to search each tier. Since the two tiers had cement, I figured this ring could have traveled a fair distance. After making it to the 3rd tier from where Brock noticed the ring was missing, I was detecting along the edge of the grass and got a nice clean signal. Sure enough, it was his ring! The ring had traveled probably 50+ feet down two tiers and jump two retaining walls. It was a very quick search and since I have known Brock for several years, it was great to help out a friend in need!

Lost 14K Gold Wedding Band Near Snowbird: Found

Andrew and his fianc√© had traveled to Utah from Georgia to visit family on their way to Idaho to get married. While in Utah, his grandfather gave him his wedding band as a wedding present. The following day they took a quick trip up to Snowbird to see some snow and get a few pics before leaving to Idaho since they don’t get much snow in Georgia :). After taking a few pics and exploring in the snow, Andrew realized the ring his grandfather has just given him was not on his finger. They retraced their steps but were unsuccessful in find it.

Since they were leaving the next day, Andrew started to search for help and found me on theringfinders.com site. I quickly gathered my stuff and headed to meet them and look for the ring before they were set to leave the next day. We retraced the path they took up the mountain and started from the end of their hike heading back down. It only took about 10 minutes to locate and return the beautiful 14K gold ring his grandfather had given him!

I love hearing the story of the lost items I find while searching. This ring was very special and a keepsake for the family. So glad I was able to help Andrew out before the big day! Congrats to you both!

Lost 14K Gold Wedding Band in Lehi: Found

Mark reached out to me after losing his 14K Gold wedding band while doing some work around the yard. He was raking up leaves in the backyard and getting everything ready for winter. It was cold and he was in a hurry to get the work done. When he finished putting the leaves in bags, he went inside to wash his hands and noticed his ring was missing.

After talking with Mark and surveying the area, I started to grid off and search for the ring. After completing my grid of the area, the ring was nowhere to be found. I turned to the bags of leaves and on the 3rd bag, got a signal and sitting there was his ring!¬† Good thing the bags of leaves didn’t make it to the dump before I had a chance to search them! Mark was thrilled!