dealstanga’s largest tungsten ring sale of the year…

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Great deal! I have the carbon fiber with the diamond inside of it as a wedding band. Without the diamond at Jared's is close to $300 or so. Originally I got this off of overstock (http://www.overstock.com/Jewelry-Watches/Tungsten-Mens-Diamond-Accent-Carbon-Fiber-Inlay-Band/6144222/product.html) it's $100 there. Get it while you can!

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getting these ASAP. they look so awesome. LOL.

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I found this link on tanga's site for more rings even cheaper than $14.99. There were limited sizes available, though. https://www.tanga.com/deals/rings

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Still waiting on my Tanga order from a week ago to ship... Sent them an inquiry and haven't heard anything.

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What is "Light" Tungsten? Even the black ones are Light Tungsten....
If its the cobalt tungsten instead of the tungsten carbide, I'm out.

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@takenforgranite:

Light tungsten is a mix of tungsten powder and calcium vs the dark, that uses carbide.

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@ssratracer: Hum :(

I'm not a metallurgist... um... Would somebody please tell me How do I feel about calcium being an ingredient in a ring? Wouldn't powdered tungsten and calcium make this fairly fragile?

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I had to get the LOTR one. Even if I never wear it, it's a great looking ring.

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I order twice from them and I never got my items.
Buyer beware !!!!

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@takenforgranite:

Due to its hardness, tungsten is already brittle. It shatters before it bends. Typical tungsten jewelery is comprised of 84% tungsten and 16% carbon and nickel binder, to maintain its structure during the forming process. Replacing the carbon with calcium should have minimal affect to the strength. I currently wear 2 light tunsten rings that are 2 years old now, and see no difference in wear vs. my previous tungsten carbide bling.

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@mh1988: We're sorry there if there was any mixup. Would you please email me at service@tanga.com w/ your order numbers so we can look into it and see what might have happened?

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These are almost certainly base metal (likely steel) plated in tungsten. You don't get a steel ring for $6 and a solid tungsten ring for $15. I guess what you're getting for $15 isn't terrible, but the idea that a plated ring would sell at "retail" for $200 is ludicrous.

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I just picked up two. I don't know "jewelry", but I do know that I like the look of two of them. For $15 each... seemed like a good pickup. I'll let you all know when they arrive if I made a good purchase or not.

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Awesome, I would love to have Tanga's largest tungsten ring. If I like it, I'll then consider purchasing the smallest.

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I'm pretty irritated with Tanga myself. My order arrived without the power adaptor that the website and the box both say should be in it. I try to contact their customer service, via their site, and they email me a FAQ page that says "if your question isn't answered here, please reply to this email and we'll respond within 48 hours." Yeah. Do I have to tell you that it's been over 48 hours and I haven't heard a peep?

A customer service communication model that relies on them receiving a second email directly from the customer grinds my gears. I know when I file on their website that it was received; there's no way to know if my followup email got through, and they can claim that it didn't. "Oh, gee, we never heard from you." Uh-huh. Even when I try to file another complaint, that after 48 hours I haven't heard back, all I get is the idiotic "Here's the FAQ, please contact us if this doesn't answer your question!" auto-email.

Does anyone even work in that department?

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I ordered a ring from these guys a few months back - they sent the wrong one. Good luck getting what you ordered from Tanga!

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I have ordered several things from Tanga, and never a problem.

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I had a good track record with Tanga, though I think an order from two weeks ago has been overlooked. I just sent an email to see if I can get any help on it.

I still wear two rings from Tanga, and both arrived as described and have held up splendidly. I'm not anticipating having any trouble continuing to work with them.