Edmonton metal detector specialist Tag | The Ring Finders

Fob & Keys Lost in a Pasture! Sturgeon County. Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


Allen called this afternoon requesting my service to locate his Fob & keys which he lost while chaseing one of his dogs in the pasture last Sunday. Allen told me his wife Christina was home and would show me the approximate area.

I met Christina and we headed out into the pasture.  We walked about 150 feet into the pasture and bingo, I found Allen’s fob & Keys! Christina told me they went out five time searching with no luck and Allen had not slept well the past few days.  Both where delighted to have the fob and keys back Thank you Allen and Christina for entrusting me to locate your fob & keys.


Lost Tungsten Wedding Band, Terwillegar Dog Park, Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


Shamal called late Wednesday requesting my service to locate his Tungsten wedding band which was lost on Tuesday while he was having a fall photo shoot with his wife in tall grass.

We both agreed to meet on Thursday evening at the park. Shamal put me within approximately 10 feet of where he said his ring fell off! The grass was about one foot tall and it was very hard to see anything on the ground. Shamal searched for a few hours but could not find his ring.

He Googled and found theringfinders web site and contacted me!  Within fifteen minutes I had Shamal’s ring back on his finger. Another happy client.

Thanks Shamal for contacting me.

Platinum 950 Wedding Ring Lost At Jackfish Lake! Village Of Meota, Saskatchewan.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


Evrhetton called me on July 9th requesting my service to find his wedding band in Jackfish Lake!
After asking Evrhetton a few questions, he was certain of the location where his ring fell off in the water. He sent me a picture of the area with a marker of the approximate area where the ring could be.
The Village of Meota Saskatchewan is approximately 400km east of Edmonton and a 4 hour drive for me! Again after asking a few more questions I agreed to do a recovery search for his ring but unfortunately Evrhetton was not able to be there due to work commitments which made the search more difficult for me. I agreed to head out early on Monday morning, the 19th July.
Arriving in Meota around 9:30 am I found the lake calm and had a good feeling about this recovery search. Once the markers were set up I began my search. After 3.5 hours and reviewing the pictures Evrhetton sent me, I called Evrhetton and had him talk me through to the exact location. He said he was beside a sea doo and dove to catch a football and that’s where he was certain his ring came off, or 20 feet to the right of the sea doo. After taking a break and re-evaluating the situation I thought that the ring was possibly further out due to its size and weight. I also determined that by throwing the football with force it was quite possible that the ring had flown further out.
I again rearranged my markers further out into the lake. After a six hour search I received a sweet tone in my ears and said to myself “YES, this has to be the ring! I scooped it up and yes I had a ring! After checking the inscription on the ring 07/27/2019, it was indeed the ring that I was looking for. I met up with Evrhetton today in Edmonton and on his second anniversary 07/27/2021.  He was very grateful I that was able to find his ring and once again his ring is back where it belongs, on his finger. Thank you Evrhetton for giving me the challenge of finding your ring.

Another Happy Client!

Lost Android Phone In Tall Grass on Acreage in Gibbons, Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)



I received a text from Drea this afternoon.  She had lost her phone on an acreage in tall grass last night while driving a golf cart.  Drea and her friend searched retracing her tracks through the tall grass with no luck.  She googled  « how to find lost phone » and my name came up.  Thank you Drea for reaching out to me and giving me the opportunity to do a search.

Another happy Client!

14K Rose Gold Wedding Ring Lost Prince Charles Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


I received a call from Jacob this evening requesting my service to locate his wife’s rose gold wedding band which she lost in their back yard on Saturday morning.

An hour later, I meet Jacob and his wife Abi at their home.  Abi explained that she was doing Yoga exercises on her patio and had removed her ring and placed the ring on her Yoga mat.  When she was finished she picked the mat up, shook the mat towards her lawn,  rolled the mat up and then went into the house.

About ten minutes later Abi realized what she had done and quickly went out to search for her ring with no luck.  Jacob then rented a metal detector and told me that he did not understand how to operate it,  and had spent a few hours searching but had been unable to find the ring.

I searched their lawn for an hour with no luck, then I asked Abi to get her mat out and show me exactly what she had done.  We used a test ring and noticed that the tester ring  rolled  backwards and ended on the other side of her patio into the grass and not the direction they thought the ring flew. I found the ring just off the concrete patio which made the ring very difficult to locate with all the rebar to the untrained ear that’s  why Jacob was unable to find the ring with all the different ring tones his detector produced.

Jacob and Abi were so relived that the ring was found and back on her finger.

Thank you Jacob and Abi for entrusting me to locate your wedding band.

Another very happy client.

Two Gold Rings Lost Macewan Neighbourhood, Edmonton Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

Tim called this morning requesting my service to locate two gold rings that his girlfriend had lost 0n Saturday afternoon.  After asking Tim a few  questions I agreed to meet him this afternoon at the location where the rings were lost.

When I arrived Tim showed me the area, and he was positive the rings had fallen into shrubs and woodchips.  He already had search the area with no luck so I quickly searched the area and than expanded my search.  I found one 10k ring 20 feet from the shrubs and the other 14k ring another 41 feet away from the woodchips.   When I called Tim over he couldn’t believe I had found both rings so quickly.

Thank you Tim for entrusting me to locate your lost rings.

Another happy Client.

Lost Wedding Band Hardisty Neighbourhood, Edmonton Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

I received an e-mail late last night from Kale requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band. I called Kale and arranged a meeting at 9.00 am this morning.

I met Kale in his front yard and he told me that he planted an apple tree and had felt the ring fly off his finger.  He thought his ring had possibly ended up in the hole that he had dug.  He searched the hole and his front yard and had no luck.  I told Kale that the ring would probably be within a radius of 15 to 20 feet from the tree.  When I asked him if he had raked his lawn, he replied that he had around the apple tree in hopes that he would find the ring.  I did a quick search around the area then moved to where he left his rake the night before  and a foot away I found his ring tucked nicely in the grass.

Another happy Client,  Thank you Kale.

Lost Gold Ring, Summer Village Of Yellowstone Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


I received a call from Darren requesting my service to locate his grandmother’s wedding ring which was handed down to his daughter. Darren’s son and daughter where play fighting in the front yard. His daughter had two rings on her finger and both of them fell off. Luckily they found one ring but Darren and his kids searched the area on their hands and knees for hours with no luck. What made the search more difficult is that the ring is yellow gold and that the grass is still yellow from our long winters. His daughter was devastated that her great grandmother’s ring was missing.

When Darren called I assured him that if the ring was in his yard I would find it. Yellowstone is 45 miles from me so I told Darren I would be in his yard within one hour. Darren showed me the area where one ring was found, and within a half hour I found the ring outside the area where they searched. I called Darren over to show him the spot where the ring was, and how well it blended into the ground. That moment made his day.

Thank you Darren for entrusting me to locate a very sentimental ring of your daughter’s Great Grandmother.