Yesterday I received 4 phonecalls from people who had lost their rings whilst swimming on Australia Day.
The first was from a guy whose sister lost her deceased fathers wedding ring whilst swimming in about 6 metres of water at Rottnest Island. Unfortunately I can’t do that job as I don’t have a dive ticket yet. So I passed that job onto one of my goodfriends David who was willing to find the ring.
The next was from a guy who lost his wedding ring whilst swimming near a beach near Trigg Beach, so there may be a chance I will go and look for that ring tomorrow.
I also received a phonecall from a guy whose daughter lost her ring whilst swimming at a beach near Rockingham, so I am heading up to Perth tonight after work to go and search for that ring.
I am pretty hopefull of finding it, as the beaches near Rockingham are quite calm and there are no massive wave movements and the tidal movement is not very strong.
So if you have lost a ring, or any other type of jewellery at home or at the beach give me a call.
I need to do these searches as soon as possible because this Sunday Tropical Cyclone Bianca is predicted to hit the Perth Coast on the early hours of Sunday Morning, so the swell is going to be huge and most likely any lost rings will be lost to the beach gods!
Mind you, have a big storm / cyclone come through the Perth Metropolitan Beaches will be great for Metal Detectorists, as no doubt alot of rings and coins will be dumped on the beaches, so if you love metal detector make sure you head to the Perth beaches this Sunday or Monday and no doubt, you could find some lost treasure!
How much do I charge?
I charge nothing at all to search for your lost item, but my services is based on a reward only if found basis that is, if I find your lost ring, jewellery etc, then it is up to you what you’d like to give me as a reward.
A small fuel surcharge may be required depending on the distance I need to travel.
If I don’t find your lost item, then I don’t expect anything.
I do not hire out my metal detectors.