Yesha Callahan

With This Ring I Be……


….well unfortunately (or fortunately depends on how you look at it), there are no engagement rings in my near future. I’ve definitely seen my fair share of flamboyant rings, and not that there’s anything wrong with flamboyant, but I don’t need to wear a possible down payment on a house on my finger. When it comes to jewelry, I have pretty simple tastes, as I told a friend earlier today on the phone, if a man wants my attention, a 60 in plasma TV or a new cell phone will definitely get it faster than a few carats. All he could say was, “Ohhh okkkk”.

Anywho, the good folks at Tungsten Rings Online is giving ONE lucky reader of my blog, the chance to win a ring valued up to $120! According to their site:

Tungsten alone is a very dense and fragile metal. When tungsten is combined with carbon alloys at over 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit, Tungsten Carbide (TC) is formed- one of the hardest metals known to mankind. Although Tungsten has been used for many years in the manufacturing industry for tools and other workmanship, Tungsten was introduced to the jewelry industry merely a couple years ago. Our Tungsten Carbide rings do NOT contain the alloy cobalt. Although cobalt allows for easier production, it reacts with the natural oils in our skin and will cause oxidation on the ring. (Beware of competitors selling Tungsten jewelry containing cobalt. They are not scratch resistant and will oxidize shortly.) This indestructible alloy is virtually impossible to scratch, and holds its shine for decades! Here are some interesting facts that will put into perspective the quality of Tungsten Carbide- Tungsten Carbide is approximately tentimes harder than 14K gold, and four times harder than platinum! This innovative new product has become the hottest trend in today’s market, and is one of the highest demanded products on our site.

So if you’re interested in winning one of their rings, just follow the directions below! Pretty simple. One winner will be selected by random on September 5th, 2009 and will be notified by email. Good Luck, everyone!

MANDATORY ENTRY: Visit Tungsten Rings Online and leave a comment below letting me know which ring ($120 and under) you like!

EXTRA ENTRIES: Tweet this giveaway (use the “Share This” link below) and leave a a SEPARATE comment below with your status update or username. You can only do this ONCE PER DAY, each worth 1 entry.

FOR AN ADDITIONAL ENTRY: Become a fan on my Facebook Fan Page, leave a comment on the fan page, and copy/paste that comment to this blog entry!

Also, special thanks to @JazzyRae of NerdLike for the entry ideas!

  1. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    I've been looking for a reasonably priced band to use as an “I LOVE ME” ring. It would be nice to get one for free. lol. This one is cool:

  2. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    Okay sooooo I really like the Womens 8mm Tungsten Triangle Beveled Edge Ring!! I love the details and its not to bulky for my petite fingers! I would rock the hell out of that ring! So PICK ME!!!

  3. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    ooh that ring is cute too! I like both!

  4. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    Thin Tungsten 4mm Dome Half Round Engagement Ring i love me too.

  5. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    I am sooo feeling the Women's Dome 8mm Comfort Fit Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring. I am a beautiful girl inside out, but no one ever offered…this may be my only chance…

  6. August 31, 2009 - Reply

    Me likey this one…really cool.

  7. September 1, 2009 - Reply

    I would get this 1 for my girl. I want her to feel special when I show up with this one.

  8. September 1, 2009 - Reply

    I would pick the Womens 6mm Beveled Edge Tungsten Carbide Band and give it to a woman I've never met but admire a lot. I would offer the ring in friendship and see what happens next after we go shopping for that new Cell phone.

  9. September 1, 2009 - Reply

    I love the purple/white diamond band!

    I also love all of the mens rings, my husband's wedding band is titanium and it was a great choice for us!

  10. September 1, 2009 - Reply

    I love all of the rings but there's one that stand out on its own and that the Womens Tungsten 6mm Dome Wedding Ring. That ring is hot! And who has to say I do in order to wear it? Not I! I'll wear it!

  11. September 1, 2009 - Reply

    lI NEED an “I LOVE ME” ring. It would be nice to get one for free. lol. I really like this one:

  12. September 2, 2009 - Reply

    that tungsten ring is hot …..i love tunsten ring du u hav any snapshots for the other tungsten ring….i have also large collection of tungsten ring


  13. September 2, 2009 - Reply

    I love me rings are the best! Especially when you are replacing a decommissioned wedding band. You should pick me.. LOL.. cus I rock the Silver and I need a new left hand ring that's a bit more sophisticated than my Silver that I already wear!

    Comfort Fit 14K White Gold 3mm Designer Wedding Band =that's the one IIII like.. 🙂

  14. September 2, 2009 - Reply

    You can view the other rings on!

  15. September 2, 2009 - Reply

    I'm not picking I'm letting do it! Gotta be fair 🙂

  16. September 2, 2009 - Reply

    that purple/white diamond one is pretty!

  17. September 3, 2009 - Reply

    I have a silver & gold watch that this ring right here (…) would go PERFECTLY with… so PICK ME, PICK ME — at random, of course — to win this contest… puh-leaseeeeeeeee??? 🙂

  18. September 4, 2009 - Reply

    I like the Women's 6mm Tungsten Comfort Fit Dome Step Down Wedding Ring…

  19. September 5, 2009 - Reply

    *growling* Fair is picking friends. lmao

  20. September 7, 2009 - Reply

    I've never been big on jewelry either… I always usually where one signature piece but mostly costume jewelry. I prefer something unique over the size.

  21. September 7, 2009 - Reply

    I WON! I WON! Thank you so much. I feel so special. *cheesy grin*

  22. November 17, 2009 - Reply

    And I'm thinking about mens diamond ring when we have tungsten which will keep its shine for ever and ever. But as you said here: it depends on your priority and what you want to do with your money. You can indeed buy tungsten and save a lot of money which could help you buy a house.

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