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Lifeguard lost his ring in the ocean at 3rd beach in Vancouver…Next day it was found

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

This Story is about a lifeguard that lost his wedding band while training in the ocean. Years ago I started out by passing flyers to the lifeguards for my ring finders service here in Vancouver, BC.

Fortunately he remembered my service and called me after he searched for his ring in the ocean bottom for a few hours with no luck.

I met him at the beach that evening and he showed me the area where he lost the ring, the good thing was he measured out the exact distanced from a log on the shoreline to the area the ring was lost.

I had to wait until low tide later that evening (3am) and thanks to him marking the location it only took me 20 minutes to find.

To date I’m 2 for 2 for helping our lifeguards recover their wedding bands…

I love my job!

If you need help finding your lost ring, contact me ASAP!

I got mad and threw my wedding ring away

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I got mad at my spouse and threw my wedding ring away…Help!!!

Has this ever happened to you?

When some couples argue, in the heat of the moment they get mad and throw their wedding ring, most make up and then feel horrible afterwards.

I have received a hand full of these calls for help from both men & women, and I’m happy to say that I found everyone’s ring.

I’ve found rings that were tossed out car windows into bushes, peoples yards, beaches, lakes ext. It doesn’t matter how many years the ring has been lost for if its on your property or places people wouldn’t be searching with a metal detector…It still can be found!

If this has happened to you and you never found your ring, give me a call.

Tip of the day: If you get mad at your spouse and the thought of tossing your ring comes to mind, try this…

Take a coin out of your pocket and switch it with the ring… When the storm blows over and you make up… You’re down a coin but you still have your ring!

I love my job!

Lost and Found Rings… Montage

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

We had a big snow fall this year and it was the first year I offered my service to the public in the winter time.

Here is a montage of my 2008 winter ring discoveries.

I love my job!

Click on the HQ (High Quality) tab on the bottom right of the video once it starts.

Spanish Banks Beach in Vancouver… Men’s Gold wedding band lost but now found.

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

This story begins when I receive a call from a young lady that told me that her husband lost his ring at the beach last year in early spring. They both saw the ring fly of his finger and disappear into the sand.

They searched for hours sifting the sand but couldn’t find the ring, the lady came back the next day and searched for hours with a rented metal detector but no ring…

Feeling like there was no chance, they were going to post on the Craigslist and came across my add in the Lost & Found.

I love my job!

Visit my website and read the testimonial for this story at… www.lostjewellery.com

Thanks for reading my stories.

If you’ve lost something and want it found…Call ASAP

They contacted me and gave me the area where the ring was lost.

When I arrived at the beach I contacted her to make sure I was in the exact area, I was and I found the ring in 30 seconds…

Why would it take me only 30 seconds to find the ring and they searched for hours and didn’t find it?

I guess an example would be… I could buy a jet plane, but it doesn’t mean I can fly it. I’ve been metal detecting for many years and I know how operate my equipment and how to find things.

I called and got their address and drove the ring to their place, she was very excited and was going to surprise her husband when he got home from work as he didn’t know his ring was found .

Lost in Steveston BC… White gold wedding band lost in snow.

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I get a call from a young man from Steveston who lost his white gold wedding band some where in the snow.

I met up with him and we discuss the area the ring was lost at, its a big area so I have to eliminate the possibilities. We start out by his place where he was petting the neighbors dogs.

This happens a few more times down the street and around the corner as the dogs were following him. I start my search and after 11/2 hours searching in heavy snow we decide to call it quits.

That night I get a call from the young man and he said that there was an area we didn’t check that he remembered wiping the snow off his jacket and petting the dogs.

When I get there the next day the walk way was shoveled high to the side, I searched the area and no luck as the snow was even deeper then the day before.

We talked and I told him that I would come back when the snow had melted. New Years day was the day I found his ring in 4 inches of snow… It took me three visits out there and over 4 hours. He was very happy and was very kind and generous in rewarding for finding the ring.

I love my job!

You can visit my website and read his testimonial at… www.lostjewellery.com

Thanks for reading my stories

Make sure to click on the HQ tab on the bottom right of the video to watch in High Quality

Vancouver, Kits Beach Lifeguard lost his wedding band!

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Over the years the lifeguards at the Vancouver beaches have been very supportive of my service ”Finders” I have helped two lifeguards in the past 14 years find their lost wedding bands in the ocean at low Tide.

This picture is of a lifeguard who lost his wedding band at Kits Beach while working on a summers day. He lost it at high tide and when I met up with him he gave me the area he believed he lost the ring.

I had to wait a few days for a good low tide and when I started the search of the area it took me close to 3 1/2 hours to locate the ring.

Why so long you say? Well I have to grid search a very large area due to the fact that he put me close to the area but not in the exact area the ring was lost…

I really enjoy helping these people that save lives!

I love my job!

Large white gold wedding band lost in the snow at Cypress Bowl

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

This video is about a young man who was up at Cypress Bowl skiing and when he was returning home his car got stuck in the snow on the side of the road.

He jumped out and started to dig his front tire out of the snow and shortly after realized that his large white gold wedding band was gone. He spent a few hours searching the snow for his ring but gave up as it was dark and cold.

He went back the next day armed with a metal detector and determined to find his ring. Unfortunately the area he lost his ring, by the side of the road was plowed, after hours of searching with the metal detector he gave up.

When he got home he was about to post his lost ring on the craigslist when he saw my add for Ring Finders…
He called me and we met the next day, I found his ring in 5 minutes.

I love my job!

View the testimonial on my website… www.lostjewellery.com

Lost rings now Found in the United States/Canada/England

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Lost rings now Found in the United States/Canada/England

So far in the past month I’ve been able to help people find their rings from the United Sates, Canada and England. For people I can’t get to because they live thousands of miles away I try and help them by setting up someone from their area to search for their lost ring. If a reward is being offered the person who finds the ring will benefit.

Here is a testimonial from a man in Massachusetts, USA…

I lost my engagement ring in a park just before I was about to propose and had to propose without it. I contacted Chris to get help finding it and then realized after I had submitted the request that he was in Canada and probably couldn’t help.

To my surprise, he was incredibly friendly and helpful, however, and sent me several emails giving me advice and even directing me to people who might be able to help in my area.

He even called me and spoke to me on the phone for fifteen minutes giving me tips on how to use a metal detector and how to search for the ring.

He told me that so many times he finds things 20 or more feet away from where the person thought they lost it. I went out to look for it again and ended up finding it without the metal detector about 15 feet away from the place I thought I dropped it.

I was very grateful for the advice from Chris and it is very obvious that he is a caring individual and takes pleasure in helping people find their lost valuables.

Thanks Chris!

Damian

Massachusetts, USA

Metal detecting service that will make you Smile!

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

”Ring Finders”

If you haven’t lost a gold wedding band or a diamond engagement ring you wouldn’t understand the heartbreak one feels.

Everyone’s jewellery has an emotional story attached to it and the story ends when they lose it.

I have helped continue many stories for people over the years; I’m the Finder Guy… A man with a metal detector and over 35 years of experience helping people find what they have lost.

I work on a reward bases and 15% of all money made by Finders goes to Children’s Hospital. Last year I was just shy of donating $700.

If you have lost something and want it back call me ASAP and I will find it for you!

Below are videos, stories & pictures of some of the discoveries I have made for people. I hope you enjoy this blog site.

I love my job!

Visit Finders at…

www.lostjewellery.com

Video/Lost my Diamond Rings in the Snow…Help!!!

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Well Vancouver sure got lots of snow this winter and it stuck around for a while. Its March and we are still getting that white stuff, cold winter for us!

That being said I was able to help find a few rings that were lost in the snow this year and this video is about a lady that lost both diamond rings while she was shoveling her mothers driveway.

When she realized that she had lost her rings panic set in… After hours of searching and no luck she had to break the news to her husband.

You can read the full story on this blog site under…Lost my rings in the snow!Surrey BC

I love my job!

If you have lost something of sentimental value please call me and I will do my best to find it for you!

Thanks for watching the video.

Make sure to click on the HQ tab on the bottom right of the video to watch in ”Hi Quality”