Cheep rings

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by JanneProeliator, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. JanneProeliator

    JanneProeliator Registered User

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    I just bought some cheepo rings from wish and was thingking of what kind of budget rings you brethren have and where you have bought them.

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  2. JanneProeliator

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    Here is mine. I got them with total less than 10 bucks. I still have two of thees cheep ones coming to me.
     

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  3. Matt Ross

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    Got the ring in my profile picture off of eBay for like $12. I have other rings I wear from time to time I got for less than $5. eBay has a pretty aawesome selection of rings. Just gotta be willing to go through a few pages of nonsense to find one you like.
     
  4. JanneProeliator

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    I just got my other two cheepo rings.
    So here is all my rings and my paracord bracelet that my friend made for me last year for my birthday.
     

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  5. Winter

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  6. Warrior1256

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    I have a stainless steel Knights Templar ring that I bought for $60.00 and am quite satisfied with it.
     
  7. hanzosbm

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    I used to wear one I got off ebay for like $15. It was gold colored (not sure if it was plated or not) and had a fake blue stone with the S&C engraved in the face. I wore it for a few months after being raised until the "stone" popped off of the glue that was used to hold it in.
     
  8. Winter

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    Yeah, you get what you pay for sometimes! I've had some cheap rings that were great, usually the steel ones.

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  9. hanzosbm

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    Indeed. Although, in my case, I'm glad it worked out like it did. I found out that rings aren't really for me, and it was a relatively inexpensive lesson.

    I'd highly recommend any brother reading this who is considering getting a Masonic ring to get a cheap one first. You can always upgrade later, but you can figure out if it's something you want to splurge on or not for a relatively modest investment.
     
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  10. Warrior1256

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    Good point.
     
  11. David612

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    I’ve got a cheap silver ring, I’ll wear it once in a blue moon though as I’m in the process of cutting some body fat it may not fit for long.
     
  12. Winter

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    Check out ring resizers on Amazon. I had the same issue. I had a ring I liked that was too loose after loosing some weight. They're these little plastic things that go on the bottom of the band to make it fit. The sad part is, the ring fits again without them. lol
     
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