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Platinum wedding rings. 2 for £240 @ Argos
Platinum wedding rings. 2 for £240 @ Argos

Platinum wedding rings. 2 for £240 @ Argos

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Cheapest high grade platinum rings i can find on internet. 4mm makes especially good value at 149.99 each.

Width of ring 4mm.

Available in sizes F to Z.

Platinum grade 950.

On top of this offer argos currently running deal - when 2 wedding rings are purchased 20% discount is applied. Making two 4mm rings 240£! or 120 each

28 Comments

looks like a great deal to me

Tried to order this is store earlier but they couldn't order them on their system. The ring SKU is 2031228 and was showing as zero stock for all sizes. Typical Argos mess up

Original Poster

i have ordered 6mm and 4mm two hours ago-no problem

cant b arsed with platinum, it needs cleaning a lot (and that's costly...)

gidsterc

cant b arsed with platinum, it needs cleaning a lot (and that's costly...)



​I think your thinking of white gold (which needs rhodium plating to keep its appearance). Platinum is naturally white in colour and requires only polishing.

Looks like a great deal but need to find someone to marry me! plus i'm a zz6

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gidsterc

cant b arsed with platinum, it needs cleaning a lot (and that's costly...)


sounds like you talking about white gold. Platinum is far superior to white gold

Good price, pretty close to metal price.
Bargain if you need them.

4mm but what's the weight? How thin are they?
(Argos rings are usually super light, so per gram it might not be a deal)

For anyone looking, I'd recommend you look at a Court shape ring profile rather than D-Shape. Court is much more comfortable for most people, D's often dig in.​
Remember, you're hopefully wearing your rings for many years, thousands of hours.... Better for a palladium court for the same price than a platinum D-Shape in my trade opinion.

alexholmes71

​I think your thinking of white gold (which needs rhodium plating to keep … ​I think your thinking of white gold (which needs rhodium plating to keep its appearance). Platinum is naturally white in colour and requires only polishing.



​It's grey, compared to say, palladium. You also only need to polish for scratches or if you don't like the patina that develops.

Argos jewellery oO

Perfect I have a 75% off voucher for a mail order bride so this will do nicely

Have to admit I have always struggled to see the difference between high grade platinum, white gold, low grade platinum, silver, titanium and stainless steel.

Must be my eyes and the fact that they are all the same colour to me

"This is high carat WHITE Gold / Platinum"!!

"Oh - just looks like metal or silver to me. Money well spent then?"

Guys, if you need to ask the price, you can't afford to be married (or even worse, divorced) oO
Edited by: "mutav" 10th Jan

These are ridiculously thin so try before you buy if you can! oO

KareemSaid

Have to admit I have always struggled to see the difference between high … Have to admit I have always struggled to see the difference between high grade platinum, white gold, low grade platinum, silver, titanium and stainless steel.Must be my eyes and the fact that they are all the same colour to me"This is high carat WHITE Gold / Platinum"!!"Oh - just looks like metal or silver to me. Money well spent then?"



It's more about how it lasts rather then just looks. Gold and silver are softer than platinum and so after many years thins down with wear.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 11th Jan

gidsterc

cant b arsed with platinum, it needs cleaning a lot (and that's costly...)



As others have said you must be thinking of white Gold. Platinum will develop a slight patina which makes it look slightly greyer then when new. But unlike gold it tends not to lose metal, or yellow, therefore if you don't like the patina it just requires a polish. The Jeweller that supplied our rings is happy to do this for free when required. But we prefer the patina so have never taken up the offer.

KareemSaid

Have to admit I have always struggled to see the difference between high … Have to admit I have always struggled to see the difference between high grade platinum, white gold, low grade platinum, silver, titanium and stainless steel.Must be my eyes and the fact that they are all the same colour to me"This is high carat WHITE Gold / Platinum"!!"Oh - just looks like metal or silver to me. Money well spent then?"



I'm not into jewellery myself, my wedding band is the only thing I wear. However, I could easily tell the difference. Perhaps new, polished, under certain lighting, etc they can look very similar. When I picked the engagement ring the Jeweller took me outside, so I could see the stones/metals in natural light. He also showed me how the metals fared over time by showing me rings that had come in for work, his own ring and that of a few colleagues.

Each of the metals have different density, characteristics, etc. Platinum is the most dense, so will feel the heaviest given the same ring. I preferred that (although not the effect on the price :D). And also liked the patina it develops. So it was the best choice, as I definitely didn't like the yellowing of white gold, which would have required regular work to correct.

And in terms of "money well spent", the way precious metal prices have been going recently, it probably is if you're that way inclined. Unless theres a lot of labour, in purely financial terms the band would likely give you return, unlike an engagement ring with a stone.

Edited by: "Mentos" 11th Jan

If you gonna buy your wedding bands from Argos you might just rethink marrying anyway
Edited by: "vladdy" 11th Jan

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vladdy

If you gonna buy your wedding bands from Argos you might just rethink … If you gonna buy your wedding bands from Argos you might just rethink marrying anyway



​I was waiting actually waiting for this...

gidsterc

cant b arsed with platinum, it needs cleaning a lot (and that's costly...)



Never needed to clean mine in 16 years (aside from washing my hands, showering etc.!).

Haven't felt need to have it polished either.

One for your future Mrs and another for the Mistress. Perfect deal to keep both happy!

After the 20% discount, surely they are £240 for the 2?

vladdy

If you gonna buy your wedding bands from Argos you might just rethink … If you gonna buy your wedding bands from Argos you might just rethink marrying anyway


When did HotUKDeals become SnobUKDeals?

furiousjammin

When did HotUKDeals become SnobUKDeals?


mandzhalas

​I was waiting actually waiting for this...



Marriage should be something special, not a rush for a discount on something you will wear for the rest of your life. If it means that little to you to discount it

vladdy

Marriage should be something special, not a rush for a discount on … Marriage should be something special, not a rush for a discount on something you will wear for the rest of your life. If it means that little to you to discount it



So something special cannot be represented by something you would consider "cheap"? The only problem with that is cheap is a relative term. What Bill Gates would consider cheap, the normal person would never afford. The idea of having to spend a set amount on a ring i personally find ridiculous. I spent £4k on my fiancee's engagement ring, to get the diamond colour and clarity, the stone cut and the setting i know she would like. So i'm not what you would call a "discount only" buyer. But again, £4k is a relative price and for some people that would be pocket change. To me, Wedding rings are plain(ish) bands that don't have to cost the Earth. They are a symbol of the people exchanging them, and they mean as much as you want them to mean.

We are getting married in October, so this deal falls perfectly for us to get the rings we want, but at a discounted price. I wouldnt exactly say we are "rushing" for a discount. (as your blanket comment was insinuating about everyone on this thread/everyone who has voted on it)

Edited by: "furiousjammin" 11th Jan

vladdy

Marriage should be something special, not a rush for a discount on … Marriage should be something special, not a rush for a discount on something you will wear for the rest of your life. If it means that little to you to discount it



Corrected it for you:

"Marriage should be something special, not an excuse for a materialistic binge fest that compromises your future"

Nothing wrong with saving money where you can, provided you are happy with your choice.

do they have these in stock in store?

Thank you OP
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