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Mens titanium band rings from £1.99 @ Argos

£1.99 @ Argos
Mens titanium rings from £1.99, reduced from £24.99 Only available in store. http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5532432 £1.99 reduced from £29.99 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2407388 £2.49 redu… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Mens titanium rings from £1.99, reduced from £24.99

Only available in store.

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5532432 £1.99 reduced from £29.99

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2407388 £2.49 reduced from £29.99

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2407687 £2.99 reduced from £34.99

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2396932 £4.99 reduced from £39.99

This titanium band is a high polish ring with 3 cubic zirconia's and will never tarnish. Due to the hardness of this metal it will never bend and is almost scratch proof. A classic, long lasting gift for the fashion conscious male.

Titanium.

Channel set eternity.

Cubic zirconia.

Available in sizes R to Z.

http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5447644?rec=webRespPDP:5532432:Extra:CWVTPUBOOT:5447644 £1.49
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peter1969uk
samyousaf
heat for the price...not my type of ring but OK for someone who likes a bit of bling
Not my sought of thing at all, I wouldn't wear a ring. The only things I wear which could be classed as jewellery, are watches.

Cool story bro
27 Likes
firstofficer
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..
Definitely not, looking at the actual name of the metal
16 Likes
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.
That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.htmlhttp://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg

They haven't seen this video then....


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/virals/video-1100540/Amazing-trick-remove-ring-stuck-finger.html
15 Likes
Finally... I've got the costume, the rope and now the titanium rings. From this day forth, you shall all come to know me under my new name... Wonder Man.
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15 Likes #1
Finally... I've got the costume, the rope and now the titanium rings. From this day forth, you shall all come to know me under my new name... Wonder Man.
1 Like #2
heat for the price...not my type of ring but OK for someone who likes a bit of bling
4 Likes #3
samyousaf
heat for the price...not my type of ring but OK for someone who likes a bit of bling

Not my sought of thing at all, I wouldn't wear a ring. The only things I wear which could be classed as jewellery, are watches.
#4
Kingdom of thrones type rings?!
2 Likes #5
Bargain! Have some heat ..
#6
not available
#7
srp111
not available

Nope, go back and read again. It says not available online, you can order it in store. Which is the same for most of their rings mens and womens.

I've checked this with an Argos stock checker, and within a 191 mile range from Liverpool. Only around 19 out of over 100 stores don't have stock.



Edited By: peter1969uk on Mar 19, 2017 11:54: .
45 Likes #8
peter1969uk
samyousaf
heat for the price...not my type of ring but OK for someone who likes a bit of bling
Not my sought of thing at all, I wouldn't wear a ring. The only things I wear which could be classed as jewellery, are watches.

Cool story bro
#9
never know my size for ring:/ anyway to find out?
1 Like #10
ronmo32992
never know my size for ring:/ anyway to find out?

They have measuring kits in any jewellery store.
1 Like #11
nice find op, heat
4 Likes #12
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.

That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.html

http://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg


Edited By: cb-uk on Mar 19, 2017 13:01: added image
16 Likes #13
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.
That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.htmlhttp://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg

They haven't seen this video then....


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/virals/video-1100540/Amazing-trick-remove-ring-stuck-finger.html
1 Like #14
excellent!! cheers!!
1 Like #15
ZeBadger
They haven't seen this video then....

That's pretty cool - thanks. Looks like he's using dental floss, rather than string.
#16
wonder how much these weigh? Potential scrap value profit.
4 Likes #17
ZeBadger
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.
That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.htmlhttp://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg
They haven't seen this video then....http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/virals/video-1100540/Amazing-trick-remove-ring-stuck-finger.html
The Mail eh? Must be true then, lol.
1 Like #18
Probably cheaper and more stylish to buy some plumbing pipe from B&Q and cut yourself some "jewellery" from it.
#19
I wonder what %age is titanium.
1 Like #20
Also 1.99 : http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2408181


Edited By: gurrkin on Mar 19, 2017 21:09: url modification
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#22
GunnerGraham
I wonder what %age is titanium.
Looking at this it looks like most are probably an alloy containing silicon and vanadium. This is an assumption though.
#23
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..

I think you can get similar ones in the pound shop.. and they're genuine.

Warmth added regardless.

Kind regards
#24
not available online
1 Like #25
Who doesn't like a cheap strong ring
2 Likes #26
ronmo32992
never know my size for ring:/ anyway to find out?

peter1969uk
ronmo32992
never know my size for ring:/ anyway to find out?
They have measuring kits in any jewellery store.

Yeah, just walk up to the counter and ask the assistant to take a look at your ring...
2 Likes #27
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.
That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.htmlhttp://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg
Haha an Argos ring actually being real titanium hahahaha
2 Likes #28
How many will I need to melt down and make my own stealth plane?
27 Likes #29
firstofficer
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..
Definitely not, looking at the actual name of the metal
#30
peter1969uk
samyousaf
heat for the price...not my type of ring but OK for someone who likes a bit of bling
Not my sought of thing at all, I wouldn't wear a ring. The only things I wear which could be classed as jewellery, are watches.

Fair enough. :-)

So, if you were married then, you wouldn't wear a ring either I take it?, or .....

But yes, the OP's Deal is a bit of a 'unique' one?, hehehe.
#31
zabada
firstofficer
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..
Definitely not, looking at the actual name of the metal

It's not the £1.99 you need to be looking at to base your evaluations upon in the first place though, is it?.

It's the from/reduced from £19.99 to the from/reduced from £29.99 prices you need to be rather casting your discerning thoughts upon instead perhaps?. :-)
#32
jona77
Kingdom of thrones type rings?!

Or did you mean Game of Thrones?
https://cdn1.thehunt.com/app/public/system/zine_images/4759821/original/019abe08400fa4f74f1ce1d14e7edcf0.jpg
1 Like #33
amour3k
zabada
firstofficer
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..
Definitely not, looking at the actual name of the metal
It's not the £1.99 you need to be looking at to base your evaluations upon in the first place though, is it?.
It's the from/reduced from £19.99 to the from/reduced from £29.99 prices you need to be rather casting your discerning thoughts upon instead perhaps?. :-)
ahem, I was simply pointing out that it's definitely not platinum, as it's actually titanium..

Edited By: zabada on Mar 19, 2017 21:42
#34
Currently worth 2 Bottlecaps in Fallout 4 seemingly....;)
#35
Quality, that's April fools day sorted. This could be better than when we "won the lottery" let her do the honours while watching previous weeks lottery. Comedy Gold, for a few seconds...with the benefit of hindsight :|
1 Like #36
Sogaaddict
ZeBadger
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.
That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.htmlhttp://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg
They haven't seen this video then....http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/virals/video-1100540/Amazing-trick-remove-ring-stuck-finger.html
The Mail eh? Must be true then, lol.


Professor of emergency medicine at Manchester infirmary, if you prefer. https://youtu.be/7aYgJT1W38M
#37
Yup game of thrones!
#38
note to men: hoard yer gold
#39
zabada
amour3k
zabada
firstofficer
Is this real platinum ? Probably not looking at the price..
Definitely not, looking at the actual name of the metal
It's not the £1.99 you need to be looking at to base your evaluations upon in the first place though, is it?.
It's the from/reduced from £19.99 to the from/reduced from £29.99 prices you need to be rather casting your discerning thoughts upon instead perhaps?. :-)
ahem, I was simply pointing out that it's definitely not platinum, as it's actually titanium..

Hahahaha, my bad!.

Point taken, lol. :-)
#40
cb-uk
If your hand ever swells (e.g. injury, illness etc), a genuine solid titanium ring is extremely difficult to remove.

That trendy titanium wedding ring could cost you your finger: Doctors and nurses are unable to remove rings from patients during an emergency:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3197256/Doctors-nurses-unable-remove-rings-patients-emergency.html

http://i.imgur.com/l5nwF1X.jpg


SCARY as what you said sounds, it makes perfect sense when you think about it really?.

This type of Metal is NOT the 'preferred Metal' in the building of Nuclear Weapons for nothing?!, so ..... (STRONG and LIGHT properties, etc, etc, etc?).

Go figure?.

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