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Platinum wedding band found in Naples, Florida

from Marco Island (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-239-500-7464

Lost platinum wedding band found in water at beach in Naples. It was lost while playing football at the beach on New Year’s Eve. A thorough grid search of the area over course of several days finally produced “the needle in the haystack”, that is by God’s Grace naturally.  Happy New Years everyone! Call Mark Greul (239)770-7873 if ever you need a lost ring or jewelry found.

Captiva Island — Ring Lost in Gulf Found and Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

We received a call from a gentleman who had lost his gold wedding band while playing football with his son in knee deep water.  After trying to search for the ring themselves with no success they decided to search the internet to find out how to find a lost ring.  The Ring Finders and my contact information pulled up and he gave us a call.

My wife and I made arrangments to meet them at their gulf side vacation cottage later in the afternoon.

Upon our arrival we gathered our metal detecting gear and we headed out to the beach.  He showed us the area where he and his son were throwing the football and the direction he felt the ring fly off.  Within just a few minutes I heard the nice low gold tone on my metal detector.  Sure enough, the ring was in the scoop!

He and his wife were ecstatic to have the ring back and we are happy to be a part of another successful ring recovery!

Sanibel Island — Diamond and Gold Pendant Found and Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

We received a call from this lovely gal who had lost her 1 carat diamond pendant in the front yard of her home.

While taking her dogs out, the dogs became entangled in their leashes around a tree.  In all the commotion a friend had noticed her chain which was still around her neck had come undone and the pendant had fallen off into the grass below.

Florida grass is very thick and they were unable to locate the diamond pendant.  To make the search even more difficult, there is very little gold on the pendant, so not just any metal detector would be able to locate it.  That’s when we received the call to see if we had the proper metal detecting equipment that would be able detect such a small gold item.

After discussing the situation, my wife and I felt confident we would be able to find the pendant and we made arrangements to stop by on our way home from a weekend getaway—which happened to fall on December 25th.

In less than 10 minutes of searching and much to her surprise, the pendant was found.

It makes us truly happy to see the amazement and skepticism disappear when a once lost item can be found and returned back to the owner!

 

 

Ring found and returned — Matlacha

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Story as told by Steve:

I went fishing over the weekend and lost my wedding ring in somewhat of a freak accident. I was stung by a wasp reaching into a bucket. When I pulled my hand out abruptly, my ring went flying off my hand into the water of Matlacha FL. As I was out before sunrise, I did no see where the ring landed exactly.

I spent the remainder of that day diving and searching for the ring on the 4-5 foot grass flat that I had lost it in. With no luck, I marked the spot on the GPS on my boat and headed in. When I returned home, my wife had found Craig and his wife online through a quick search in Google. I immediately contacted Craig and he agreed to come out and search for the ring the following day after work (2 days after I had lost the ring).

I picked Craig and his wife up at the local boat ramp on my boat and headed into Matlacha Pass. The water was calm with about a 5mph west wind. Having quite the storm the evening before, I was skeptical that we would even have a chance at finding the ring with the current and wind pushing the water around. When we arrived at the grass flat where I had lost the ring, I anchored directly center of my GPS mark as best I could and Craig jumped in the water. I kid you not, less than 5 minutes later he pulled the ring out of the chest deep water. It had embedded itself in the mud and he was able to quickly locate it with his metal detector. Stunned, and in awe I couldn’t believe what I had just witnessed.

Craig and his wife were both very down to Earth, and great people to chat with. They treasure hunt as a hobby and really enjoy helping people locate their lost items. I cannot thank them both enough for finding my wedding ring. My only regret was that I quit recording Craig searching for the ring too soon. Another minute or so and I would have had him on camera finding the ring!

Thank you both again for everything!

Bonita Beach — Gold Wedding Band Lost in Sand Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

While on vacation at Bonita Beach in Bonita Springs, this gentleman lost his wedding ring in the sand on the beach.  After searching the internet for where to rent a metal detector, his sister came across our web site and they gave us a call.  Upon arrival and after just a few minutes of searching, the wedding ring was found!

Cape Coral — Wedding Ring Lost in Yard Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Terri’s husband lost his white gold and diamond wedding band while working in the yard.  After only a few minutes of searching with the Equinox and a pin pointer, we were able to locate the ring.  Terri’s husband will be happy to see his wedding ring waiting to be put back on his finger when he returns home from work at the end of the day.

Captiva Island–Ring Lost in Beach Sand Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

A late night search results in another RingFinders success story.

Dan called us after losing his ring in the loose sand at a public beach near his vacation rental on Captiva Island.  My wife and I decided it would be best to come that night rather than the next morning in order to avoid the heavy commuter traffic.

After arriving at the beach and determining the area where the ring most likely was lost, we began our search.  It wasn’t long until my very first signal after turning on my metal detector produced the lost ring!

We are glad we were able to reunite another lost ring with its owner!

Sanibel Island — Gold Ring Lost in Gulf Found & Returned

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

We receive many calls asking for help in locating men’s rings lost at the beach.  Often times these rings are lost while tossing around a football.  This is one of those stories.

While diving into the water to catch a football, this young man’s gold wedding band slipped off his finger and fell into the water and sand below.  That’s the bad news.  The good news is, though, we were able to locate the lost ring and return it back to the young man.

The happy couple were now able to enjoy the rest of their vacation!

Lost Ring Found and Returned — Dog Beach Bonita Springs, FL

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

Recently married in February, this gentleman knew he had to do whatever he could to get his Tungsten ring back after losing it in the water while playing with his dog at the Dog Beach in Bonita Springs.

After finding my information on the Ring Finders website and reading of our many success stories in the Naples, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel areas, he and his wife contacted me and I made arrangements to meet them at the beach to begin my search.

After several targets of trash and soda can tabs, I finally recovered the missing ring.

We all had smiles as the wedding band was back on his hand where it belongs as reflected in the photo.

Naples, Florida : Lost Ring Found at Clam Pass Seagate Beach

from Sanibel Island (Florida, United States)

While playing football with friends at the beach along the water, this young man’s wedding ring flew off and disappeared in the sand.  With the help of his family and friends, they tried searching for it with no success.

After returning to their hotel and browsing the internet on how to find a lost ring, they discovered The RingFinders website and that’s when we received their plea for help as we offer our services to all the beaches in the the Naples area as well as Fort Myers and Sanibel.

To avoid the next morning’s traffic, we all agreed to meet that evening even though it was near midnight by the time we arrived at the beach.

My wife and I both began searching with our top-of-the-line Minelab metal detectors.  In less than 30 minutes, the lost ring had been found and returned!

We are happy that this most recent ring found and returned makes our 44th documented ring recovery for our book of smiles.

Between my wife and I, we have several years of professional metal detecting experience at South Florida area beaches–which include Vanderbilt Beach, Del-nor Wiggins Pass, Barefoot Beach, Naples Pier, Clam Pass, Bonita Springs, Lowdermilk Park, Lover’s Key, Fort Myers Beach and Sanibel Captiva Beaches.