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Mens Titanium Wedding Ring, Beveled Edge Shape set with Single Small Diamond Detail - £21.64 @ Amazon

Lots of sizes - make a nice friendship ring too.

Titanium rings are increasingly popular as wedding rings because they will stand up to more wear and tear than precious metals. Perhaps more important Titanium rings are beautiful to look at too. Titanium really is a very versatile metal and lends itself to making fine Jewellery, A variety of looks can be achieved by utilizing different finishes, inlays and even the application of heat which brings about a change in colour ranging through the whole spectrum.
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41BOMyEO-FL._SL500_AA300_.jpg
1 Like #2
very nice but cant see the wife letting me get another one! heat added
8 Likes #3
Hehe "TIT" <3
#4
How popular (or unpopular) will you be getting your wife a £21 ring, though ?
5 Likes #5
"How popular (or unpopular) will you be getting your wife a £21 ring, though ?"

I think you'd be unpopular as it's a gents ring! ;)
#6
Oh, I see. In that case, decent deal ;)
#7
Great deal, if your wife insists on you having one get a cool titanium one!
#8
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)
2 Likes #9
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


oh right..well, that's put a dampner on the mood...X)
#10
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)

a lovely thought when planning your wedding-look on the bright side it could have been a **** ring then i think the wedding may have been cancelled!
1 Like #11
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


Not true:
http://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm

Come on guys - you don't even have to think these things through these days - there's a simple little thing called Google...

Edited By: webmong on Apr 18, 2011 14:57
4 Likes #12
webmong
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


Not true:
http://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm


Come on guys - you don't even have to think these things through these days - there's a simple little thing called Google...


I'm not getting married, or looking to buy this ring, but somehow this put me at ease
#13
Bought my other half an almost identical ring to this for his birthday a few years back- was over £100 at Beaverbrooks - great deal :)
1 Like #14
Nice ring, but hate the diamond.
1 Like #15
webmong
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


Not true:[url=%0Ahttp://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm]
http://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm[/url]

Come on guys - you don't even have to think these things through these days - there's a simple little thing called Google...


Google - teacher, mother, secret lover
#16
wonder how small said 'diamond' is....
#17
RCUK
wonder how small said 'diamond' is....

diamond detail, aka glass
#18
Do a Prince William and don't wear one (the classier option).
#19
Just wear it with the 'diamond' facing inwards
1 Like #20
wassupjg
webmong
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


Not true:
http://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm


Come on guys - you don't even have to think these things through these days - there's a simple little thing called Google...


I'm not getting married, or looking to buy this ring, but somehow this put me at ease


That's assuming they have that kind of strong cutting tool at the hospital. It doesn't take much to cut through gold, but are you willing to take the chance that those ring cutters are standard issue at your local A&E - or that one can be found in time?
#22
Every ring should have a bevelled edge for ease of use !! oO
#23
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


It's Tungsten Carbide you are thinking of, it can't be cut but it can be clamped off.
#24
not sure what all the fuss is about RRP is only £35.90, hardly a bargain.
1 Like #25
Spod


That's assuming they have that kind of strong cutting tool at the hospital. It doesn't take much to cut through gold, but are you willing to take the chance that those ring cutters are standard issue at your local A&E - or that one can be found in time?



I have just phoned every A&E in the country, and it is standard issue, every A&E has one..

Edited By: centaurandrew on Apr 18, 2011 21:11
2 Likes #26
Spod


That's assuming they have that kind of strong cutting tool at the hospital. It doesn't take much to cut through gold, but are you willing to take the chance that those ring cutters are standard issue at your local A&E - or that one can be found in time?


In time for what? What life threatening accident is going to require the time sensitive removal of a ring from a single finger? Considering the likelihood of that ... great deal and I may just get one to replace my silver ring.
#27
TUSSFC
Spod


That's assuming they have that kind of strong cutting tool at the hospital. It doesn't take much to cut through gold, but are you willing to take the chance that those ring cutters are standard issue at your local A&E - or that one can be found in time?


In time for what? What life threatening accident is going to require the time sensitive removal of a ring from a single finger? Considering the likelihood of that ... great deal and I may just get one to replace my silver ring.


Exactly what i was thinking, some people have very vivid imaginations.
#28
MUFCristiano
How popular (or unpopular) will you be getting your wife a £21 ring, though ?


As its a mans ring, I suspect not very popular.
#29
http://www.amazon.co.uk/HARIBO-Friendship-Rings-300-Pieces/dp/B004G66BNO/
Cheaper and easier for A&E to remove should the need arise..

Edited By: andywedge on Apr 18, 2011 22:27: fixed link
2 Likes #30
how about a Divorce Ring? X)
http://www.swaglikeme.com/storage/newer-posts/guillotine_ring.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1303103209812
#31
Have to admit, this is an option for my mister whos wedding ring has become too big for him, he does not want to replace it, but is used to wearing one, this would be an ideal temporary replacement, and he wouldn't worry if he lost it.
#32
webmong
martyj999
Mine's titanium - a nice thought while wearing this is that they cant cut through titanium at the hospital - if you have some sort of accident and your hand swells, it'll be your finger they have to cut not the ring 8)


Not true:
http://www.titaniumstyle.com/titanium_tungsten_ring_cut-off.htm



http://www.snopes.com/weddings/horrors/titanium.asp says:

Titanium can be cut with a bolt cutter or a jeweler's saw, or indeed by just about any other implement that can slice through stainless steel. Most such jewelry items (including rings) are fashioned of commercial-grade titanium, which is 99% pure. A common ring cutter, standard equipment in most emergency rooms, is all that is needed to remove a titanium ring from whatever body part it adorns. Aerospace (or aircraft) grade titanium is more difficult to saw through because it is not pure but rather a special alloy meant to be used under high stress conditions, and it should therefore be eschewed by those seeking titanium jewelry in favor of its commercial grade version because its removal could present additional problems. One could still be cut loose from it, but the process would be a bit more involved.


It also mentions:

Those worried about getting titanium bands off their ring fingers should consider that such circlets have been successfully removed from other body parts, some a great deal more sensitive than fingers. For example, in 2005 a German medical journal described the removal of a titanium thumb ring of 2 mm thickness from a patient's ****. Said situation (in which the ring was excised with the aid of an electric cutting tool) was described as having presented "an interdisciplinary challenge for urologists, jewelers, and locksmiths."


Urologe A. 2005 Dec;44(12):1473-5.
[Inappropriate use of a titanium penile ring. An interdisciplinary challenge for urologists, jewelers, and locksmiths] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16205878

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Edited By: ahenry on Apr 19, 2011 08:20: add new link
#33
beetlebum
Nice ring, but hate the diamond.


Agreed, without it I may have gone for it as hate my current one
1 Like #34
Are times really so hard that people buy titanium wedding rings? Its a lump of common metal with a little bit of diamond chipping, save yourself £21 and use a curtain ring.
#35
great ring for him. :)
#36
I only went for a Titanium wedding ring as my wife wouldn't let me have a carbon fibre one ;-)

All the money went on her Platinum one!
1 Like #37
kr00t0n
Just wear it with the 'diamond' facing inwards


You'll need to be quite strong to turn the ring inside out though
#38
cheap and strong alternative for bolt washers
#39
I have a titanium wedding ring, got it mainly because i don't like shiny gold or silver. The main problem I've found with it is that it will scratch things very easily, i have marks on mug handles, the bathroom sink and even windows on the car. It's lightweight though so don't really notice it there

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