Post # 1
My fiance and I are looking at wedding bands, and he wants something titanium because it’s lightweight. Where did you buy yours? Our ring budget will likely be pretty small; around $200 for each band. My fiance prefers something not “comfort fit.” Any recommendations are much appreciated!
Post # 2
DH got his on Amazon for $12. Gotta love the free two day shipping with Prime too.
Post # 3
That’s awesome! I’m a little hesitant to order off of Amazon– were you happy with the quality?
Post # 4
I bought my fiance a titanium one from a local jeweler. It was Art Carved. They have many under $200.
Post # 5
Quality is good. It hasn’t broken or dented since we got it a year ago.
Post # 7
My husband bought his on eBay for $55 shipped, but they have them for less than that, too. Just find a seller with really high feedback.
Post # 8
If he’s okay with Tungsten Carbide I ordered a band from these people for when I was pregnant and my finger swelled. $16!
That frees up the rest for your ring, right? 🙂
Post # 9
I got my fiancé, (now husband), a few trial rings from overstock.com and woot.com. All of them were around the $10 mark, and we got a decent variety for him to test out including titanium, tungsten, comfort fit, flush fit, and varying thicknesses (between 6 and 9 mm). He ended up really liking one of them—a 6mm comfort fit titanium band. He absolutely hated the tungsten because it was so grey, and looked a little sparkly, and loved how light the titanium was. It’s also worth noting that he broke his ring finger in high school, and really screwed up the shape of his finger and knuckle, so most rings ended up making his finger look like a sausage/cut off his circulation. So definitely consider getting a few cheap trials to save yourself the headache. It turned out that the comfort fit was the only one that wasn’t restricting, but still fit snug without being impossible to remove, so I highly recommend it too. Anyway, after he chose the one he liked, we bought a few of them including a size up, and half size up, (just in case he ever loses the ring, or needs a different size later in life). Overall, even incliding all of the “bust” rings, and spares purchased, we spent just under $100.
Post # 10
Got mine on Amazon .. Didn’t even occur to me till I read it here best idea ever !! Love how it looks with my halo !! I have a diamond anniversary ring but that was just too much bling with the halo so I got this plain band and it is amazing !! Love it ! Here is a pic hope you find what you are looking for !
Post # 11
Ha, I wish! He’s tried on a few tungsten rings and he hasn’t liked the weight of them so titanium it is.
I’ll have to look into that Art Carved thing, thanks!
I haven’t heard of woot.com, so thanks for that! Sounds like you really got some good deals.
Your rings are lovely! Glad it all worked out for you. From your comments and everyone else’s, it looks like I should dig a little deeper online.
Post # 12
We got ours from https://www.titaniumrings.com/ – I liked that they were one of the only places that could do (limited) sizing, and that they offered refinishing for the lifetime of the rings.