Help Find Alex's 2 Lost Gold Rings UNDERWATER
Lost Jewellery Recovery just received a call from Alex, who lost her wedding and Engagement in the water while swimming at the beach in Murray Rose Pools also know as Red Leaf baths. Alex needs help to find her lost rings and searched on google for Lost Jewellery Recovery Worldwide, a well known professional metal detecting service for both finding and rescuing lost rings in the water and on land, we specialise in finding lost treasures anything from car keys, wallets, phones, watches and most common items lost are wedding rings. I have helped to successfully find hundreds of lost rings for owners. Here in sydney we have been nicknamed LORD OF LOST RINGS, for our high success rates on finding lost rings and Jewellery. I spoke with Alex on the phone she was very sad for the loss of her rings as they were engaged to be married in the coming months and now Alex has NO engagement, she is stressed and worried her rings are lost forever. its my responsibility NOT only to help find Alex's lost rings, it's just as important to reassure Alex her rings are there and I will find them. I told Alex it's much easier to find 2 rings then it is to find 1 lost ring, plus I know this location very well. The waters here are murky however I don't go by eyesight I can find lost rings in pitch black waters by using grid line search tactics. Gridline metal detecting searches for lost rings are extremely accurate, I have performed hundreds of these searches over the years SUCCESSFULLY. I'm now at location with Alex with all my dive gear including the BLU3 Nemo Dive system, the XP Deus ll water proof metal detector down to 20 metres, it's a FAST MULTI FREQUENCY metal detector that uses BONE CONDUCTION headphone technology, in SIMPLE WORDS this metal detector finds lost rings very easy. I'm also armed with the Quest X-Pointer Max pin pointer a smaller metal detector thats perfect for locating lost treasures in murky waters or even in the pitch dark this metal detector is AWESOME. Alex has explained where she has swam I then explained how I'm going to perform the search. Alex had an appointment and left the beach I've swam down to the ocean floor setting up the gridlines about 20 metres of gridline is released for this search. 1 hour into the dive i find a small 925 silver chain, 1 SS Ring, a few pairs of sunglasses a few dive masks, coins and 2 Apple watches and not yet Alex's lost rings. On the 5th gridline I get a T.ID reading of mid 70's followed by another close target in the mid 50's T.ID reading straight away I knew both targets were just on the surface and BINGO, I found Alex's engagement ring first then less then 30cm away I find her other gold ring. I'm so excited pumped with adrenaline, I then lockup and secure both lost rings and exit the water. take a quick shower to clean all the salt water off my metal detecting gear and run straight to the car, jump on the phone with Alex giving her the AWESOME news. Alex i found your lost rings, Alex then said NO WAY thank you so much Michael. Where did you find them? I found both of them just outside the initial search area closer to the shore line in about 2.5 metres of water. I met up with Alex just after the phone call and handed both her rings back to her, Alex was very grateful to have her rings back on her finger where they belong and the wedding is BACK ON🤗 I love metal detecting, It's a real privilege I get to help so many people, every year I help about 100 people and this number continues to grow as word of mouth gets around of LOST JEWELLERY RECOVERY, Professional Metal Detecting services based in 37 countries worldwide. If you lose a ring or anything metallic call us today, If it's there we will find it and get it back to you.