Susan was standing on her dock just enjoying the beautiful horizon in Three Lakes, WI, and then the unthinkable happened. She brushed her hands off on her legs. Then with a bounce off the pier, in the water if went. The shock of loosing her ring after having it for twenty five years felt unbearable. A friend suggested theringfinders.com. I received an email and an appointment was made. After a half hour on the job the ring was found and back on her hand where it belongs. What a relief! She was shaking in joy as I handed it back to her. Big smiles and happy customers makes it all worth it. This was my second recovery for the day on 7/30/17. Another victory for theringfinders.com.
Dave lost his wedding band while cleaning the rocks out of his beach in front of his cabin in Elcho, WI. One call to a friendly ring finder put that ring right back on his finger. After forty minutes of digging pull tabs and other junk it finely appeared. Smiles where from ear to ear. And another victory for theringfinders.com. This was the first of two recoveries I made this day 3/30/17.
This young man Ben lost his wedding band while on vacation. He was out fishing and got a lure stuck on a log. It was hot out so no problem he thought “I’ll just jump in the lake and unhook it.” So he dove in and when he surfaced he realized his wedding band was gone. Oh the sinking feeling of realizing his ring was gone forever, or was it.
While surfing the internet he discovered theringrinders.com. Looked up his local ringfinder, and made a call. That’s where I come into the story. After a quick call and a few questions about how he lost the ring, we made an appointment for the next day.
I showed up with full scuba gear and an underwater detector. We took a pontoon boat out to the site where he lost the ring. I assessed the situation, suited up and in I went. Visibility was very poor, after a little movement silt blinded me and I had to do the recovery by feel. Each target I found with the detector I had to feel it out using my pinpointer probe. After finding a couple pieces of lead in about 12 feet of water I was on another target. As I was feeling my way to the target and then I felt roundness, it was the ring. The feeling of relief knowing that I had just made this young mans day. Another happy theringfinders.com customer.
An Eagle River, WI man lost his wedding band while diving in at a local beach. He found theringfinders.com, and now his ring has been returned. It toll about 40 minutes to find with SCUBA gear, but with perseverance it has been put back on his finger. Where is belongs.