The Ring Finders metal detector service helped save another marriage by finding a lost wedding band ring at the beach.
I had recieved a call from John hughes also a well known member of Theringfinders about a Gold ring that was lost over a week ago prior to contacting him. We met at the beach and searched between the hammer and the anvil with no luck.📞Calling us right away is the difference between Luck and No luck.
Afterwards I had a Voicemail so I called back immediately and Talked to Griffen who explained he was at an Oceanside beach when he lost his ring 20min ago.. I was only 10min away so me and John headed right down there.
He showed us a small area in the dry sand where it may of fell into so I turned on my advanced pulse detector then began the search…Just 3 min later I heard a familiar sound,I could tell this buried piece of metal was most likely a Ring,So I took a scoop and walked over to him shaking the basket with out looking in.. Sure enough it was his ring and the nearby beach goers were cheering and Clapping👏 What a nice way to end the day!
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TheRingFinders metal detecting service found and returned a lost Gold wedding ring at Carlsbad Beach.
It was 10:45 Friday night when I had recieved a text from Chris who just lost his Gold ring on the shoreline. I called him right away and He explained the story and exact location of where it may have slipped off when a Wave Crashed onto them at the water line.
I checked the Tide book and knew that it was high tide when this was lost and I would have to wait a few hours before I could thoroughly perform a water search with a Metal detector.
When I arrived to the scene at low tide,I noticed right away that the Ocean had Naturally pushed in soft sand over the past few days plus the beaches slope down to the waters edge had a fresh belly with seaweed. This means that the Gold ring would be Deep,Very Deep.. So I set my equipment up to the deepest settings and began my search sweeping slowly and listening to those faint sounds. After an hour or so and a few Corona caps nearly 2 feet deep,,I had covered the entire soft slope to only wonder if this ring was down beyond depth of any Metal detector may reach or maybe there’s that slim chance it could be simply buried up in the dry sand?
I figured that I should just scan up above the area and to the entrance of where he walked to the beach from.Soon after griding the dry sand I heard a certain tone on this detector..
I stopped and just kept swinging my coil over the target this way,that way,while Smiling because I knew it…One scoop in the sand,Then out came this Gold Wedding Band that he has worn for 14years. Thank you Chris for the kind reward.
Im available 24/7 Call Or text me at 760 889 2751. Curtis Cox
A Gold wedding ring was found and returned by Theringfinders metal detecting service in Carlsbad ca.
June 3rd,2017 I received a phone call from a good friend John Hughes to help out William who had lost his ring in Carlsbad at the beach.
William had a friend he asked to store his Gold ring in a zipper pocket while they played volleyball. During the hour of fun in the sun his friend had taken his phone out of the same pocket to take photo’s and later they both realized the wedding ring was gone..buried in the sand. They had started to search in one volleyball court with there hands when a local fellow from A Voleyball Team who was waiting to use the court for a tournament suggested they call Theringfinders metal detecting service. John Hughes got the call and he went down there to help with out any luck. The beach was packed with people and the search area grew 100′ x 200′ feet after hearing his friend ran to another court and back during the time His ring disappeared.
I arrived to search the area that night and noticed it was a very large area to grid. I spent nearly 2hrs maticulously Gridding every inch of the zone and was running out of possible areas it could be. Approaching midnight I decided to head home to rest and give it a better shot in the morning. But like always,I never turn my machine off until I’m off the beach and while swinging back to my vehicle just out of the main search area I get a signal with a precious tone on my metal detector…I take 1 scoop and there she was,A very unique Gold and diamond ring made by Neil Lane.
I called William right away and he came down from the hotels 5 min away and was stoked I had recovered his wedding ring.
If you have lost your ring call or Text me at 760 889 2751. Available 24/7
Lost Ring Found and Returned at Camp Del mar beach camp pendelton. May 27th 2017
I received a call from John Hughes who is a good friend from Theringfinders. He had just got a call from a marine who had lost his ring on the beach and asked me if I could drive immediately to the base and find it for him. John ironically had another lost ring call in Carlsbad while I was headed to Camp pendelton to meet Kythan at the front gate. “Team Work” Like the NATO alliance!
Upon arriving at the scene of the lost gold ring he showed me the dry sand area where he moved a chair and noticed his ring disappear into the soft fluffy sand. I turned on my Machine and began scanning in a 10’x12′ area. In less than 5 minutes and 8 bottle caps I had found Kythans Wedding ring buried next to the chair.
They were very happy to have the ring back and asked me how much do they owe me for my service? I said it’s a FREE Charge to anyone in the service😀 Can’t beat that right!
He did cover me for the little fuel I spent but No matter,I always volunteer my metal detecting time to any USMC or Navy for sacrificing there time for our Freedom and this Great Country they serve and protect.🇺🇸
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TheRingFinders.Com Metal detecting Service helped Reunite a Lost wedding ring at O’Side beach!
Many things are lost at our local beaches and thanks to TheRingFinders people now have someone to help them..
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A Hot summer afternoon my phone rang,was my buddy John who also got a call through TheRingfinders from a lady who lost a Diamond wedding ring in the dry sand somewhere in Oceanside.Living and growing up 3 minutes from the area depending on the 1 stop light I have in my way I was there fast and met John Hughes with the person who lost the ring.I was givin a relatively small area to Scan over,Then started dead center of the Hot Zone where a palm tree was providing 6″ inches of shade during the time it was lost 22hrs ago.
I turned my Pulse metal detector on & 1-2 steps..barely three seconds & got a perfect signal.1 scoop and there was her Ring!
This may of taken me 4 seconds but no bragging Rights because some of my searches can take, hours,Days,Months..Especially if we do not get called immediately after! The ocean can bury your treasure.
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