#1 CAMO Military Titanium Ring – Army Camouflage Wedding Band
Having a Camo Wedding? Do you LIVE in Mossy Oak and Realtree Camo apparel? Love the outdoors and hunting? #1 CAMO created this Army Ring for you! Our original Camouflage Wedding Band inlay was designed from real images of branches, leaves and grass. The branded camo you wear is great because it is large enough to show the detail, but we at #1 CAMO desired an Army Ring that would show greater detail in the small area a ring provides. After a year of development and testing in 2004, we have since successfully built and distributed a top rated and extremely detailed camouflage ring for all outdoor fans like us to enjoy!
So why are most Rings $200-$500 at jewelry stores and big retailers? Our Military ring is the EXACT same material and build as the big boys! But they spend thousands on ad budgets, therefore raising their brand value and forcing insane product markups!
I am an indie jewelry builder and truly don’t have a huge markup because I am an outdoorsman (farm boy, redneck, hunter, and a few more country terms ;) and I wanted an affordable product for myself and friends!
-8mm Wide Band
-Comfort Fit Band
-Stunning on Women or Men!
-Camo Wedding Band is made of STRONG TITANIUM!
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-Titanium is a lightweight and strong metal…just what space shuttles are made of!!! Tungsten, Silver and Gold wedding bands are heavy on your hand and tarnish!
-Do you live near the ocean or swim in salt water often? If your answer is yes, our titanium rings hold up to extensive exposure to salt water and sun.
-Titanium is also 100 percent hypoallergenic (Titanium is used for surgical tools)! Individuals often have allergic reactions to silver, gold and tungsten!
-Titanium jewelry also has a great advantage in its ability to avoid tarnish, unlike silver or gold.
We take size exchanges, but you must pay for shipping, so make sure you get the right size the first time :)
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***bands NOT resizeable***
***I don’t engrave the rings, but you can have them engraved at your local jeweler for a few dollars!***