I’ve lost my palladium wedding ring on Bettystown beach. Its a thick enough men’s band so at least maybe enough to ping on a metal detector.
It happened at the edge of where the tide is at its lowest and the tide came in on us and so we couldnt keep looking.
Obviously should have left it in the car but we’re beating ourselves up about not thinking, naturally we’re devastated so would be beyond grateful if anyone with a metal detector could help us try to find it. Tide is due to be out tomorrow between 1pm-2pm if anyone had either the loan or was available to help.
Obviously will pay for your time or the loan.
We’re not sure what the best detector would be to loan in terms of being strong enough to detect a wedding ring potentially buried in the sand - any advice greatly appreciated.
Hi there lost , I dont think your going to get the loan of a machine on here , your best option is to meet one of the lads at the beach and show them where you think it is , form your post it looks like you were in the water so its anywhere from where you got changed to where you were swimming, I would suggest that you drop a pin on google maps the more accurate you are the better your chance of it being found , Best of luck ,
I have another lost ring near will be great to return it to owner ( lady lost her mother ring - she passedaway 10 years ago)- trying today but no luck need more people on that spot she don't remember where but I know approx where - if anyone interested send me your number
Apologies for not coming back to post on this sooner.
We found the ring with the help of a kind metal detector owner. Not sure if they are on this forum and won’t name them for their own privacy. We found it only a few days after it was lost but it had gone down into the sand I think 6-12 inches.
Thankfully we had noted the approximate location of where it was lost and they found it slap bang in the middle of where we were looking.