Mrs. Larson along with her husband and friends were enjoying a relaxing vacation beach day at Lowdermilk Park in beautiful Naples, Florida. The joy subsided, though, when she realized her diamond and platinum wedding set had fallen into the loose sand. Unable to locate the rings themselves, the Larson’s gave us a call asking for help.
Within just a few minutes of our arrival—equipped with our Minelab metal detectors—both rings were found and returned. So glad we could be a part of another successful ring recovery!
On January 4th of this year we received a phone call from Ron who had been vacationing in Naples Florida. Ron had lost his wedding band in the sand while enjoying a day at the beach. After returning home to California, Ron began searching the internet to see how to find a lost ring and came across our contact information. After discussing the location and area of the beach where the ring was lost, my wife and I headed out around sunset to begin our search. As there were several sunset watchers on the beach, we had to search around the watchers. After a short period of time and no success, the sun had set and people were slowly leaving the beach. With the beach area empty our search area had expanded and we went opposite directions in our search. It wasn’t long until my wife heard that sweet gold tone from her detector. One scoop of sand and the ring was revealed in the bottom of her scoop.
After returning to the car, we were happy to text a picture of the ring to Ron who verified it was his ring. We made arrangements to mail the ring back to him and he received the ring a few days later. The picture we just received below shows how happy he is to have his ring back.
While watching the beautiful sunset with her husband at Vanderbilt Beach, Kim’s iPhone somehow managed to slip out of her pocket and get lost in the dry sand. They looked on and off for several hours with no luck. During a grid pattern search the phone was located. Another very happy person reunited with her lost item, which just so happened to contain hundreds of priceless and irreplaceable photos of her daughters wedding a week earlier. Good luck and God bless!
COMMENT: 3/28/2018 – Mark found my iPhone after I lost it in the sand at Vanderbilt beach this evening. We were frantically looking for it when we got a call from him letting us know he had it. My grandchildren’s photos, my daughters wedding this past Saturday and many other memories would have been lost ! Thank you! Thank you!
I received an email from Presley requesting my assistance in recovering her lost ring. She was referred to me by her friend who I had helped find a ring for last September after the hurricane. I made contact with Presley and she explained how she had lost her gold diamond ring in her private pond and could be in water as deep as 6-8 feet.
After several conversations and lots of consideration of how to tackle this ring recovery, I made arrangements to meet her. After assessing the pond (and hoping there were no alligators) I decided to first see how solid the bottom of the pond was and in how deep of water the ring might be in. Not long after entering the pond, I got a hit on my metal detector at a depth of under five feet. Sure enough, after a couple of attempts, the ring was in the scoop.
The smile on her face tells just how happy she was to have her ring back on her finger where it belongs!
While prepping for Hurricane Irma, this lovely gal lost her ring in the yard while shaking out a rug. After the hurricane passed and unsuccessful attempts to locate the ring herself, she decided to search the internet for an alternative way to find her ring. That’s when she discovered The Ring Finders website and our contact information.
After contacting us, we arrived at her home later that afternoon. Within a few minutes, we were able to locate her beautiful ring and she was able to rest easy knowing it was back on her finger where it belongs!