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ARGOS Clearance Jewellery. Instore Only. Wedding bands - from £8.99
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ARGOS Clearance Jewellery. Instore Only. Wedding bands - from £8.99

£8.99£69.9987%Argos Deals
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Posted 2nd Sep 2018

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I bought this for my husband. Very heavy and good quality for the price. Lots of other wedding bands gold and silver plus some with diamonds. Dont get me wrong some slightly inflated original prices going on but for the clearance prices you can complain. Instore only so go armed with the codes from the images and they can tell you what they have or check on the computer which stores do have them in. See comments for other bargains. I got lucky with mine.
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hethekid20 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring


Heaven forbid. Are you not visiting this website to save money A man on a galloping horse isnt going to know if your ring is platinum, white gold, silver, beaverbrooks, tiffany or Argos. Some of these comments are ridiculous from people with very obviously more money than sense. Scroll on if its not your thing.
Loving the snobbery here. A ring is a symbol - a promise... that is all ... does it matter if that symbol costs £10 or £10,000?

My wife and I are not rich, but certainly not poor. When I first proposed it was with a haribo ring (!) - we wanted to get married because we love each other - not to get a ring for a few grand or some massive wedding that takes years to pay off.

When I had the money we chose another ring that cost ‘a few hundred pounds’... these days we’re fortunate enough to be able to take a holiday or two a year and are nearly mortgage free (we’re flying business class to bangkok in november and have just returned from mauritius - thanks holiday purates!) - and still her ‘crappy’ wedding ring is worn with pride - as is my £40 titanium wedding ring. i wouldnt swap it for anything else.

Our rings tell us a story and remind us of where we started. Theyre scratched and worn - but still represent what we want and where we’ve been.

Good luck to anyone buying these for an upcoming wedding. Getting married was the best thing I ever did...
hethekid23 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring


I would be more than happy to recieve a £9 ring. How much the ring cost doesnt make a blind bit of difference.
Nothing like a cheap jewellery deal to drag the judgmental troglodytes out of their caves
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Argos sold a fake gold wedding ring:
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pasheast02/09/2018 19:25

Argos sold a fake gold wedding …Argos sold a fake gold wedding ring:https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/local/couple-feel-conned-after-18ct-argos-wedding-ring-found-to-be-fake/ar-BBMLdPz

Fake news.
Because chavs sometimes need to get married too.
Edited by: "Baz8755" 2nd Sep 2018
Cold because Argos Jewelry is really rubbish
Already got a ring but might get one for the future.... you never know
Edited by: "thewolf8u" 2nd Sep 2018
Touched a wedding ring before and instantly became very queasy.
Heat for effort.
Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring
hethekid4 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring


I'd rather not
hethekid20 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring


Heaven forbid. Are you not visiting this website to save money A man on a galloping horse isnt going to know if your ring is platinum, white gold, silver, beaverbrooks, tiffany or Argos. Some of these comments are ridiculous from people with very obviously more money than sense. Scroll on if its not your thing.
hethekid23 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring


I would be more than happy to recieve a £9 ring. How much the ring cost doesnt make a blind bit of difference.
Nothing like a cheap jewellery deal to drag the judgmental troglodytes out of their caves
Great deal..heated..have to find a girl now!!!
pasheast02/09/2018 22:07

Because....?


thesun.co.uk/fab…ss/

Because a) the ring was too fr*ggin small look at photos shes had to have it cut off, b) the sun writes such factual stories :/ :/ ??, c) such a big reputable company wouldn't risk trading standards by selling this cr*p.

Other explanation some unscrupulous characters bought an argos one and returned a brass one thought to be none faulty suitable for resale not knowing it wasnt real argos sold it on.

Or perhaps its just a load of old boll*x and someone who hates Argos out for revenge. You will be telling me there's HIV in butter next also a loadof rubbish.

Nobody else has reported faults with Argos jewellery funny that.
ThriftyLady10102/09/2018 22:29

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/7159325/wife-fuming-gold-wedding-ring-argos-fake-brass/Because a) the ring was too fr*ggin small look at photos shes had to have it cut off, b) the sun writes such factual stories :/ :/ 😁😁, c) such a big reputable company wouldn't risk trading standards by selling this cr*p.Other explanation some unscrupulous characters bought an argos one and returned a brass one thought to be none faulty suitable for resale not knowing it wasnt real argos sold it on.Or perhaps its just a load of old boll*x and someone who hates Argos out for revenge. You will be telling me there's HIV in butter next also a loadof rubbish.Nobody else has reported faults with Argos jewellery funny that.


"The chain store offered to refund the ring and offered a handwritten apology, but the couple said this is simply not enough...But it’s not the first time Argos has been caught selling fake rings. In 2001 the store issued a product recall after they feared gold hallmarks had been faked."
pasheast32 m ago

"The chain store offered to refund the ring and offered a handwritten …"The chain store offered to refund the ring and offered a handwritten apology, but the couple said this is simply not enough...But it’s not the first time Argos has been caught selling fake rings. In 2001 the store issued a product recall after they feared gold hallmarks had been faked."


I can read yes. Cant find evidence of said recall. Having worked in retail for many many years you are trained that the customer is always right just refund them even if they have left the johnsons cleaning labels in a suit or are returning christmas lights in Jan. Easier than legal battle and expense and dont need the bad PR. Does this not read to you like someone trying it on for compo for the alledged ring ruining there day.
Edited by: "ThriftyLady101" 2nd Sep 2018
I bought the silver ring as a replacement to my gold ring because the gold ones gets damaged and deformed at work etc.

Heat
Edited by: "jonconlon" 3rd Sep 2018
As jonconlon says, I actually reserved a Heavyweight Silver Wedding Ring last week for my brother-in-law for the very same reason. His expensive ring gets bashed and scraped at work and he wants a cheaper one to wear that he doesn't mind losing/damaging.

So there are good and valid reasons for buying cheaper wedding rings - and if it's your only budget, who cares. No judgement here.
I lost my platinum wedding ring and bought a replacement one, (platinum as well), from Argos at over £300 cheaper than cost of lost ring in a past clearance. Looks exactly the same and does same job.
It's the sentiment that counts.... never seen "Hobsons Choice" ? (also available in wood pulp pre ipad versions)
Loving the snobbery here. A ring is a symbol - a promise... that is all ... does it matter if that symbol costs £10 or £10,000?

My wife and I are not rich, but certainly not poor. When I first proposed it was with a haribo ring (!) - we wanted to get married because we love each other - not to get a ring for a few grand or some massive wedding that takes years to pay off.

When I had the money we chose another ring that cost ‘a few hundred pounds’... these days we’re fortunate enough to be able to take a holiday or two a year and are nearly mortgage free (we’re flying business class to bangkok in november and have just returned from mauritius - thanks holiday purates!) - and still her ‘crappy’ wedding ring is worn with pride - as is my £40 titanium wedding ring. i wouldnt swap it for anything else.

Our rings tell us a story and remind us of where we started. Theyre scratched and worn - but still represent what we want and where we’ve been.

Good luck to anyone buying these for an upcoming wedding. Getting married was the best thing I ever did...
ThriftyLady1019 h, 30 m ago

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/7159325/wife-fuming-gold-wedding-ring-argos-fake-brass/Because a) the ring was too fr*ggin small look at photos shes had to have it cut off, b) the sun writes such factual stories 😁😁, c) such a big reputable company wouldn't risk trading standards by selling this cr*p.Other explanation some unscrupulous characters bought an argos one and returned a brass one thought to be none faulty suitable for resale not knowing it wasnt real argos sold it on.Or perhaps its just a load of old boll*x and someone who hates Argos out for revenge. You will be telling me there's HIV in butter next also a loadof rubbish.Nobody else has reported faults with Argos jewellery funny that.


Since when was the sun a credible source, also what sort of person reads that rag anyway.

Personally do yourself a favor, save the ear ache from your misses to be or not and save up and get a proper ring from a jewelrers, you cheapskates.
Ratners left over junk
kkthomask10 h, 45 m ago

Great deal..heated..have to find a girl now!!!


You’ll probably get a woman for less the ring.... if you know where to look 🤐
jonconlon8 h, 43 m ago

I brought the silver ring as a replacement to my gold one because the …I brought the silver ring as a replacement to my gold one because the gold ones gets damaged and deformed at work ECTHeat


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Don't get married, instead buy someone you don't like a house.
theodudhill6 m ago

Don't get married, instead buy someone you don't like a house.


iamprobably03/09/2018 06:34

Loving the snobbery here. A ring is a symbol - a promise... that is all …Loving the snobbery here. A ring is a symbol - a promise... that is all ... does it matter if that symbol costs £10 or £10,000?My wife and I are not rich, but certainly not poor. When I first proposed it was with a haribo ring (!) - we wanted to get married because we love each other - not to get a ring for a few grand or some massive wedding that takes years to pay off. When I had the money we chose another ring that cost ‘a few hundred pounds’... these days we’re fortunate enough to be able to take a holiday or two a year and are nearly mortgage free (we’re flying business class to bangkok in november and have just returned from mauritius - thanks holiday purates!) - and still her ‘crappy’ wedding ring is worn with pride - as is my £40 titanium wedding ring. i wouldnt swap it for anything else.Our rings tell us a story and remind us of where we started. Theyre scratched and worn - but still represent what we want and where we’ve been.Good luck to anyone buying these for an upcoming wedding. Getting married was the best thing I ever did...


Flying business class seems like a far greater waste of money than buying a more expensive ring. That seems more snobbish imo.
hethekid13 h, 48 m ago

Imagine getting a £9 wedding ring



It's easy if you try.
Those people that went to the bespoke jewelers and got their wedding ring made from the melted down platinium fillings of their great, great grandma who was 300th in line to nothing, and were sold a 'near' flawelss diamond ,thats well not flawless and is just heavily marked up run of the mill vv2. Remeber this - it was still mined by a child earning pence per week with no protection from paymasters whips and poisinouse fumes. All profitered by people that are far from the mine it came from in. (no matter what your jewwler said or bogus certificate that came with it says) Some people just want something to say I love you and no amount of holding your hand out in front of your friends to show off your blood diamond makes you or your ring any better than them. In fact it makes you much worse.
sagman7603/09/2018 13:07

Those people that went to the bespoke jewelers and got their wedding ring …Those people that went to the bespoke jewelers and got their wedding ring made from the melted down platinium fillings of their great, great grandma who was 300th in line to nothing, and were sold a 'near' flawelss diamond ,thats well not flawless and is just heavily marked up run of the mill vv2. Remeber this - it was still mined by a child earning pence per week with no protection from paymasters whips and poisinouse fumes. All profitered by people that are far from the mine it came from in. (no matter what your jewwler said or bogus certificate that came with it says) Some people just want something to say I love you and no amount of holding your hand out in front of your friends to show off your blood diamond makes you or your ring any better than them. In fact it makes you much worse.


I don't think people have that in mind when buying a gift for their loved one!

You can now buy synthetic gemstones, and it is possible to recycle metals/gems or even old jewelry. An ex-partner used to diligently gather any filings from her work, and kindly reworked them into a ring for me.

But yes, we should bear in mind poisonous cartels when snorting cocaine and buying fashion items.
BucketMan03/09/2018 13:15

I don't think people have that in mind when buying a gift for their loved …I don't think people have that in mind when buying a gift for their loved one!You can now buy synthetic gemstones, and it is possible to recycle metals/gems or even old jewelry. An ex-partner used to diligently gather any filings from her work, and kindly reworked them into a ring for me.But yes, we should bear in mind poisonous cartels when snorting cocaine and buying fashion items.


what bit about my comment did you not get? this was a dig at the snobbery inclined folk sitting there with their mid/upper range diamonds they massivley overpaid for , whilst cussing people for just wanting an affordable ring. yes there are synths etc I agree. hey got more duped on their diamonds than someone buying Zirconia form Argos. Even the de beers diamonds of this world come from sources at point of origin that are highly questionable still. As you were.....
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