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Miami Beach Metal Detectors

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

(January 2021) This is my 8th year helping people on Miami Beach find their lost jewelry with my METAL DETECTING SERVICE.  If you’ve lost a ring, watch, bracelet or chain in the Miami Beach or South beach area please call or text me at 305-608-1870 (I will probable be able to see text messages faster). I have found lost jewelry on the sand, in the ocean or in the grass.  Below you’ll see some of my latest finds and happy clients.  So, if you’ve lost something (even if its been a few days) call me A.S.A.P.  Please check out my other post and testimonials of my other recoveries.

Lost pedant, ring and cross found on a boat ramp

  • from Marietta (Ohio, United States)

I received a call from a friend whose daughter had a necklace break while she was in the water on a boat ramp. She was able to catch the necklace but lost a gold/diamond ring, gold/diamond pendant and a sentimental gold cross, all were on the necklace. I arrived after work and got the info and started to look on the ramp and realized how hard this was going to be. The water was high, about 4”-6” of mud and silt on the boat ramp, boat ramp had rebar in it giving the metal detectors fits, beside the ramps were big underwater boulders. The first one I found was the ring(very dainty!!) I switched to another metal detector with a small coil and found the pendant. All this took 1 to 1-1/2 hours but the most sentimental piece (cross) couldn’t be found. I asked them to let me know when the water had gone down and I was confident that I could find the cross at that time.
16 days later she contacts me and said that the water is lower. I arrive and set the detector up and literally stuck the coil in the water and got a good signal and there was the cross. All three back to a very grateful family!

Lost class ring?

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

If you lost a class ring or any other type of jewelry call me. 305-608-1870.  I provide a metal detecting service in the Miami area.  Please see my other blogs and posts of some of my successful recoveries.  

Lost wedding band found in New Concord

  • from Marietta (Ohio, United States)

I had another ring find adventure today in New Concord Ohio. I first have to thank Jeff Morgan (#seattleringfinder) for the encouragement and help that he gave Kendal. And thanks to Sam, the first Ringfinder, for all the time you spent looking for it. The client told me everywhere you looked so I knew the ring wasn’t there, which narrowed my search area considerably. I found it where no one would expect it!! Crazy how it got way back there!! Here is the story from Kendal.

My husband lost his wedding ring back in Nov 2019. Our golden retriever had just started jumping on cars when pulling in our driveway. As we pulled in, she started jumping on our car, so he put it in park, got out, and went to swing at her and his ring flew off his finger. (Obviously 2 big he just wouldn’t go get it sized. We have been married since Aug. 2012) We searched for hours. Days. Weeks. Had another ring finder come out. They searched for about 4-5hours. No luck. I wasn’t ready to give up. I knew 100% it was out there! I contacted Steve and he was willing to give it a shot! In less than 3 hours he FOUND it on the other side of our driveway not far from where my husband was! Whoop whoop!
THANK YOU Steve!!!!
Now to make him go get it resized

How to find a lost ring in the sand

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

Metal Detecting Services 305-608-1870

If you lost your wedding ring or any other type of jewelry in the sand (or in the water) at the beach call me at 305-608-1870. I will come out and find it with my metal detector.  Please call or text me right away and I’ll tell you what you need to do to make sure we recover your lost item.  Below are just a few pictures of my last recoveries.  Please feel free to look at my other posts of other recoveries.