The Ringfinders Metal Detecting Service has helped return another lost item at a San Diego beach. OPEN NOW! Call 760 889 2751
I recieved a call from Tom who had lost his keys at the beach.Fortunately I live nearby plus arrived within 20min to find this set of Keys in less than 10 minutes of searching with an advanced Metal Detector.Happy New year!
What you think maybe lost forever could easily be found by an experienced member of Theringfinders.
Theringfinders Metal detecting service has helped find a lost ring in Mission beach San Diego.
Friday Night I received a call from Matt who googled searched me on Theringfinders.His brother in law lost his gold wedding ring while playing volleyball. The Family who were vacationing on the oceanfront had been searching for it and even sifted the sand with a window screen to no luck.
I arrived in the morning at sunrise and saw Brian waving from a distance at the Volleyball courts.He showed me the small 20′ x 20′ area in dry sand where he felt the ring fly off. There was also large sifted piles where the ring could of been buried even deeper.Brian was also concerned and asked me how deep will my detector pick it up at? I said ” 2 feet deep,No prob” So I began a slow search over the area and in less than 10 min I found No Luck!
I asked Brian a few more questions then decided to expand the search perimeter more just in case the ring bounced off the Volleyball flying out of the court?
My first lap around Swinging I get a familiar signal and Found a lost ring buried in the sand…I held it in the air looking at Brian,He ran over Smiling and was very thankful I could help find his wedding ring.
Call or text me anytime 760 889 2751
Curtis Cox Theringfinders.com
TheRingFinders metal detecting service helped find a lost Platinum wedding ring in the sand at Pacific Beach,San Diego.
Saturday I received a call from Christina about her friend who had just lost his wedding ring at the beach. They were searching in the sand and knew the exact area it fell into so I left my house immediately to help them.
When I arrived they had surfboards surrounding the 8’x8′ area where it was lost.I began Detecting the small area but didn’t get any signals.I said,Well it’s not here and we’ll need to expand this search area a little more. They were almost certain it was lost in that area,I could sense a little doubt of hope while they moved the Surfboards so I swung my Coil over a few feet outside of the box then got a strong signal that sounded like a Ring of (Precious Metals) BOOM..There was Dustin’s Platinum band! The smiles lit up with positive energy that circulated the beach.
Thank you Dustin for the kind reward.I am very appreciative and glad to help others.
If you have lost your Ring feel free to call or text me anytime at 760 889 2751
Curtis Cox from San Diego
July 13th 10:00 p.m
I was out Searching For a long lost class ring in Oceanside when My phone blows up From John Hughes and a couple who Lost a Men’s Platinum Ring in the sand.I emediatley Responded.First thing In the morning I met Ted the owner who knew the rough area he had lost it and he said
This is his 2nd time losing it,the first time he lost it in Newport Beach out in the ocean and a metal detector By the name of Stan Ross from TheRingfinders.com found it nearly a week later! I told him he was a lucky guy to to meet a Legend like Stan.
This looked like a very easy search,In the dry sand, 35’x15′ foot area away from the water and crowds but One major concern I had to explain before I began my search…This beach I know well and often see many local Hobbie detectorist at night/midnight/am and because This ring was lost 3 days ago who knows if it is still in the sand?
So I began searching Using my Garrett V.L.F detector for nearly 15 minutes I have not even heard one piece of metal,trash,coin WOW this beach Has been cleaned.So I move further towards the trail and get my first signal a
(Solid scratchy Foil sound) wich I like to hear and I always dig trashy pull tab -aluminum sounds.. Why? …I take 1 scoop and There’s teds Platinum ring :).
Meanwhile Ted was enjoying the scenic view taking pictures of the Ocean and the nice sunny morning when I walked up with his ring… We both smile and laughed I Told him He got lucky again !
I Must say, Thanks to The “Mistro” Stan Ross and John Hughes “King Neptune” for the opportunity to Help others.
Need Help?? Call me A.S.A.P!
760 889 2751 Curtis Cox Theringfinders.com
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.