Categories: Black Rings, Mens Wedding Rings, Wood Rings, All Mens Rings, Titanium Mens Rings
Black Titanium And Koa Wood Ring
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Mens Rings Online Frequently Asked Questions
First of all, thanks for visiting this page and our store – we appreciate that your time is precious. Mens Rings Online is an Australian owned and operated business that was started because we couldn’t find what we were looking for, in the size that we needed, in the way that we wanted to buy it.
Traditionally, men’s rings seem to have been a bit of an afterthought at traditional jewellery stores. Over-priced, long waiting times, and often a little bit behind the times when it comes to what materials are now available. This is why we set out to build something that could address all of these issues, and why we don’t consider ourselves to be a traditional jewellery store.
You’ll notice that our rings are often half the price (and sometimes more) of traditional jewellery stores, yet the quality of our products and service go above and beyond. This is because we simply don’t have the costs that traditional jewellery stores have, and we are able to pass on those savings to you. It’s a delicate balance between quality and price, but we think we have it pretty much nailed (even if we do say so ourselves!).
It’s actually not easy for a traditional store to stock as many designs in as many sizes as we do – particularly in modern metals such as titanium and tungsten. But due to their inability to be resized, we feel that the additional costs for us to do so are absolutely worth it. Waiting weeks (months) for your initial ring to come, only to find out that it’s not quite the right size (or style) once you see it on your finger is incredibly frustrating. We can’t keep every possible size in stock, but we keep all of the most popular sizes ready to go. This way you not only get your ring fast, but you can exchange it fast as well.
We have dropped rings from five story buildings, driven over them in trucks, tried to crush them under weights in a gym, and much more. Partly for research, and partly (if we’re honest) because it’s a lot of fun. There’s still a lot of misinformation out there about what is “the best” metal for a men’s wedding ring, and in our “research” we’ve discovered that this simply doesn’t exist. Every metal has its positives and negatives, and only you can determine which would be most suitable for your lifestyle. We would always lean towards titanium or tungsten ourselves, but it’s a personal choice. We just try to give you as much honest information on our site as possible to help you make the right choice for you.