Land/Beach/Grass/Water Experienced in ring recoveries, lost cellphones, keys, irrigation boxes, property markers, and more. Yards, fields, deep brush, parks and beaches. Shallow ocean, streams, and rivers. Freshwater lakes, ponds, and dock dives
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"Gary is amazing! While my wife was working on our landscaping, her wedding ring unknowingly slipped out of her pocket. After frantically searching for it for a number of hours, we contemplated renting a metal detector to find it but thought it best to leave this to the professionals. Gary was extremely responsive, professional, and located the ring with 5 minutes of searching. I would definitely recommend his services to anyone!" Josh M.- Ocoee, Florida
Amy lost her wedding band while doing yard work. This recovery was a team effort assisted by fellow Ring Finder Jim Dardini and his wife Angela Elderson.
A client lost her gold and diamond wedding band 30 days prior in a driveway English Ivy garden. An easy recovery proved very difficult due to buried low voltage landscape wiring and concrete rebar. After two days of digging false targets the band was recovered and returned to the excited owner. A big assist by fellow Ring Finder Jim Dardini who was first to identify the correct target.
Travis from Orlando called to ask for help finding his wedding band accidently dropped into a tall grassy patch on the side of busy SR50. We both worked the area for about 20 before the ring was successfully recovered, with Josh himself laying first eyes on it.
While vacationing at a local Disney area resort Tom didn't see, but felt his titanium wedding ring fly off his finger and into a sand volleyball court. He and his family searched for over two hours with no luck. Tom contacted me late in the evening and I was able to accomplish a successful recovery by lamplight...within 3o minutes.
While dining at a dockside restaurant in Mount Dora Brett's wife accidently dropped her expensive 40 year old diamond wedding ring into eight feet of dark water and deep mud. It was successfully recovered and returned after a 15 minute SCUBA dive.
Matt contacted me after his wife lost one of a pair of 14k gold earrings while carrying groceries into the house. He was hoping to surprise her with it when she got home after work. I searched the front yard of his home and in a short time I located it in the grass. This was especially challenging due to the small size of the earring. For me, finding it for him, so that he could give it back to her, was a very rewarding experience.
I was notified that a neighbor was in need of assistance finding a small diamond earring on her front lawn. Becky and her family had gridded out the search area but were unable to locate the missing piece of jewelry. By scanning the matching earring with my metal detector I was able to obtain valuable search data. The missing earring was successfully recovered within one hour.
Shaggy & Velma (Kissimmee, and not their real names) celebrate the return of a platinum wedding ring. This was a quick front lawn recovery for two of the coolest people I've ever had the chance to help!
Jeff's beautiful silver family heirloom ring was accidently dropped into shallow dark water and deep mud. This team effort recovery was successful within 15 minutes with first hands-on by Jerry Burbaugh. Dave Syler, and Gary J. Penta get the assist.
Barbara lost her 18 karat gold earring while walking her dog in her front yard. She and her family searched for three days before contacting me for help. Many of my successful recoveries occur within an hour or less of searching. This was one of those cases, within 20 minutes of turning on my machine. She was so happy to have her earring back that she said, and I quote... "YOU are the real deal!".