Sunday, September 15, 2013

Tristan and Eve Titanium Ring [Review]

I received this product complimentary for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

Anyone who has ever met my husband, knows that he's sort of out there. He likes flashy things and being loud and obnoxious. One of the areas that he spares no expense in, is jewelry. However, if you've been reading this blog for a while, you'd know that we were robbed earlier this year while moving from Fort Stewart to Fort Leonard Wood. All of Hubster's jewelry fell victim to the thieves. 

Since we're not millionaires by any means, we have yet to be able to replace Hubster's missing sparkly items. Insurance only covered up to $1000 in jewelry, which left a huge gap between what was covered and the cost to replace everything.

When I saw that their was an opportunity to review a men's ring, I jumped at the opportunity. Hubster was away in Kansas when this lovely ring arrived. To say that I was anticipating his return and reaction to the ring is an understatement. As soon as he walked in the door the ring and the cute little bag that it came in were in his hand. His first reaction was to say, "What is this?". Like, how did my wife who stays at home with the kids and has no job, afford this.

That was pretty much the reaction I was hoping for. Although the stones in the ring are Cubic Zirconia, there is really no way that the average person could tell. The stones in these rings are optically flawless, and chosen for their sparkle and clarity. The ring itself is made of titanium which is ideal as a wedding band for someone in the military. Titanium is a strong, light metal which is scratch resistant. I think it's safe to say that a ring like this would do just fine out in the field or downrange.

Even though I received this product for free, had I known it existed before this, I would have purchased it myself. The ring retails on Amazon for $99.00, but the current sale price is $18.99. I immediately thought of all the young #MilSO girls on Twitter that are getting married soon, but might not be able to afford diamonds. For the quality and craftsmanship of the ring, you can't beat that price. I can not think of a more perfect piece of jewelry for a service member.

Even though the price of the ring is cheap. It's quality certainly isn't. Trust me, Hubs would not be wearing it if it felt or looked cheap. Another great thing about titanium is that it won't turn your skin green like other metals can, and it's hypoallergenic so there is virtually no chance of skin reactions.

If you're interested in purchasing a ring for the special man in your life, check it out here, for a ridiculously amazing price.

Love, Alex

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  1. I wish I had known about this after Kyle lost his wedding ring in Haiti haha.

  2. Holy crap, you got ROBBED?! That's awful! (As a Missourian, I'm hoping to the heavens that it wasn't in my state!) That ring looks great - totally can't tell that the diamonds are CZs...but why is he wearing it on his right hand? :)

  3. Titanium has become one of the popular choices in wedding and engagement rings as it is a 100% hypoallergenic material. It doesn't cause any kind of side-effect or skin allergy so you can wear it for a long time even for years. Though, you can find rings of different materials such as gold, platinum, silver, stainless steel, and titanium, but titanium rings are most popular and high in demand in these days. Recently, I also purchased a perfect platinum diamond ring. The ring has platinum base with shiny diamond in center.


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