To give our customers the best shopping experience, our website uses cookies.  Learn More

Artisan Titanium Comfort Ring Core

Artisan Titanium Comfort Ring Core
  • View Larger
  • Multiple Views
  • Video

Customer rating on this product:

Read reviews ( 4 ) | Write a review

Artisan Titanium Comfort Ring Core

106250

Our Price: $6.50$6.95

View Product Details

Select options above to check availability

Live Help

Additional Videos

Artisan Comfort Ring Cores

Artisan Ring Turning Chuck

Glow Inlay Powder

How to Apply Insta-Bond CA Pen Finish

Our YouTube Channel
SUBSCRIBE

Details

    The Artisan Titanium Comfort Ring Core is so lightweight, you’ll hardly notice you’re wearing a ring at all. Known for it’s use in aerospace, military and the medical industry, Titanium is biocompatible meaning it won’t cause an allergic reaction no matter who wears it. And, like our standard Artisan Comfort Ring cores, it features a rounded interior profile that makes it comfortable to wear and won’t pinch.
  • Made of genuine Titanium
  • Light as a feather
  • Rounded interior for comfort
  • Won’t cause allergic reaction
  • Resists scratching
  • Won’t tarnish or stain
  • Unisex design for universal appeal
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Love These

Comments On Sep 07, 2020:I started making rings with the Wood River Cores. These are thinner walled and so it makes for a thinner ring at half the cost! I have already placed another order.

Was this review helpful?

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Light and thin

Comments On Jan 27, 2020:Agree with the other reviewers, the thin titanium is a benefit. And I like that it is "titanium", sounds classy. I have used both CA and epoxy glues, epoxy is better in my opinion.

Was this review helpful?

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Way better

Comments On Apr 30, 2019:than the stainless steel rings, because they are much thinner. The blank can be left a little thicker and still be comfortable, so the ring is more durable. The directions recommend a CA finish, but I guess I was too sloppy with the glue and both times I tried it (very carefully the second time), the delrin bushings stuck solid to the ring. Since there are no commercially available non-stick bushings (hint, hint), I made my own.

Was this review helpful?

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

The titanium cores

Comments On Feb 16, 2019:I have used a few and really like them because they are thinner than the stainless steel ones. They allow thinner rings and I like that. I measured the difference but don't recall the exact difference, looks like about half as thick at the edges.

Was this review helpful?