John Greed Polished Tungsten Carbide 7mm Men's RingOrder Code: n/a
Clean and contemporary!
The Polished Tungsten Carbide 7mm Men's Ring by John Greed is a minimalist triumph. This bold and modern ring is created out of sleek and shiny polished tungsten carbide. The polished finish and comfortable court shape make this ring both super stylish and easy to wear.
Laser engraved inside with the John Greed logo
Available in a range of sizes
Presented in John Greed packaging
Please note: Tungsten rings are so incredibly hard that they can crack. This is usually if they are dropped onto a tiled floor (which itself is very hard) and/or if the ring has been engraved (which concentrates the stress).
To receive your jewellery by Christmas:
Engraved Jewellery : choose EXPRESS delivery before 2pm, Monday 19th December.
Jewellery without an engraving: choose EXPRESS delivery before 2pm, Thursday 22nd December.
Free Express UK Delivery (next day) is available orders £75+, otherwise it's £3.95. On orders placed before 2pm Monday-Thursday (Excludes bank holidays).
Free CollectPlus Delivery is available orders £60+, otherwise it's £2.99. Delivery 1-2 working days.
Free Standard UK Delivery is available orders £50+, otherwise it's £1.99. Delivery 3-5 working days and is now NOT guaranteed to get to you before Christmas
Weekend delivery is available.
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Gorgeous ring, size, weight, fit, very smooth. Extremely happy with the service, would definately use again.
Bought the product from a very straight forward website. My order was dispatched the following day and arrived within 48 hours. Very happy with my purchase.
I absolutely love this ring. Superbly bright, a lovely 'gunmetal' colour (midway between silver and haematite) and so comfortable to wear thanks to the court design. Can't believe it was only £20. BUY ONE!
Thanks for a very prompt delivery and the goods were better than expected and look great. definitely recommended and will use in future for more purchases. steve stewart