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Do People Really Buy Platinum Rings From Amazon.Com?

Updated on March 15, 2011
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Is it safe to buy platinum rings from Amazon.Com?

Why sure it's safe! People buy platinum, gold, silver, titanium and many other types of rings everyday from Amazon.Com They have a wide variety to choose from, an education center built right into the site, and an online custormer review and/or discussion board where you can find out for yourself, why take an online content writer's word for? Well you should, because I'm a good guy and everything I do is for altruistic reasons only.

Take for example, a Men's Diamond Platinum Ring. You can find them in any size from 6-12. There are several image angles to see the ring under differing light. The brand of jewelry is readily displayed, such as Szul Platinum Rings. The material, gem and weight are all easily accessible on the page describing your future Platinum ring! If you plan on buying a ring with a diamond, not only is the shape, clarity, color and carat weight readily available, but you can also research the differences of those characteristics right on Amazon.Com! If it was anymore convenient, a little tuxedo man would jump out of the screen and hand you the ring himself!

Maybe Diamond's aren't your thing! Well how about a Platinum Domed Comfort fit wedding band! The tapered inside edge of this ring is the zenith of comfort! Not to mention, it's made of Platinum, even Lex Luthor couldn't damage this ring! Available in 3, 4, and 5mm!

Maybe you're looking for that gift that will BLOW HER AWAY!!! How about a Certified, Princess Cut, Solitaire Diamond Ring in Platinum! This ring is a stunner! Oftentimes, as is the case with this ring at the time of this writing, is available in both used or new! Over 3 carats of diamond weight will knock her off her feet! This ring has 166 diamonds in it, including the large 1.5 carat centerpiece stone, it's practically a NASA satellite. Thinking of popping the question? She'll be popping and hopping with joy when you pull this platinum ring of rocks out of your pocket!



Platinum Princess Cut Diamond Ring For Your Princess

How about a Platinum Radiant Cut 3-Stone Diamond Ring With Trapezoid Sidstones. This dandy has a 5.46 carat center! Maybe you've got more of the Irish passion in you? You might dazzle your loved one with a Platinum Emerald Cut 3-Stone Diamond Ring! This art deco style ring contains a 2.06 carat diamond at it's center! Or, how about a Platinum Princess Cut 3-Stone Diamond Ring, your fiance, or soon to be fiance, will be non-plussed, and won't that be nice?

You can trust Amazon.Com to deliver your ring on time, guaranteed!

Get free shipping on orders or $25 or more (some restrictions apply). Amazon.Com will refund your express shipping costs if you choose the express option. But be careful! You have to make sure you check the appropriate type of shipping you want, and realize that there may be some restrictions related to geography. If for example, you are out camped out on the Nile River, you will certainly have to wait longer than if you are living near Michigan Avenue. Makes sense, and so does buying Platinum Rings from Amazon.Com!!!

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    • Ben Zoltak profile imageAUTHOR

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Thanks mate, er Lushi Great. I see your name leads to a (your?) diamond website for Australian diamonds, is that correct? Occasions do demand adornment I will give you that!

      Best,

      Ben

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      Lushi Great 

      8 years ago

      Great Post, Every role demands a different look. Every occasion demands a different jewellery. There are fine quality Diamonds Sydney. It is a today time fashion women singer...........

      Thank you

    • Ben Zoltak profile imageAUTHOR

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      thecelt: I never thought of it that way! But so true. It's like someone told me once about major fast food franchises, the food is what it is, but at least I know the health inspector comes by regularly! Thanks for reading!

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      thecelt 

      8 years ago

      I actually feel safer shopping at Amazon than I do at other websites. I know just how easy it is to set up a website and I worry that just because it looks professional it does not mean it is.

    • Ben Zoltak profile imageAUTHOR

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Thanks man, I know what you mean! I think some people have more of the means, or they might see a certain style at a store, but find a better price for it on Amazon.Com, I think that's the best way for someone to buy a platinum ring online. It's sort of a horse a piece. Congrats on nine years, that is an accomplishment. My wife and I have been together for almost 4 years, married for almost 1 year.

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      William Cobb 

      8 years ago from Clarksville, TN

      Great article/hub Ben... As always an enjoyable read... I will say however, when I was shopping for my wife's engagement ring, I couldn't see myself spending $6,000 for something that I didn't get to see before I bought it. So, I just took a little trip to a local jewelry store that I had done business with before and picked out a great platinum ring with 1.5 carat princess cut diamond and got a great deal... Especially being military... They knocked off $1,500 and got it virtually for a steal with it being nearly flawless, colorless, was a great cut, and it was a certified diamond. It still looks great after almost 9 years... I'm curious as to its value now.

      Anyway... great hub... Though, I would never buy something that should mean what an engagement ring should mean online because I don't think it's personal enough without you being there firsthand to purchase it.

      William Cobb

      https://hubpages.com/@whcobb

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      Has_aWayWithWords 

      8 years ago from United States

      Mike said "I'm trying to imagine what the Amazon.com shipping box for a $10,000 ring would look like.."

      I am guessing it would look something like a Brinks armored car... lol

    • Money Glitch profile image

      Money Glitch 

      8 years ago from Texas

      Great hub, I had seen the expensive diamond rings and wondered if people would actually make purchases this way. For me I'm like to touch and fully examine a product before I make a purchase.

      However, if I had seen the same ring in another store and Amazon had it cheaper, then I would be hitting that sales cart button. :) Hhhmmm, I wonder if there's an installment plan for the ones over $100K? LOL!

    • Ben Zoltak profile imageAUTHOR

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Rebecca E. Thank you so much! That means a lot coming from a heavy hitter such as yourself!

      Mike: Congrat's on your recent 99 rating! Nice! I'm hoping the shipping box for Amazon.Com would be unmarked brown wrapping, nondescript!

      Prasetio: I never used to think I would use my card to buy on the internet, but now I have a few times, from Amazon.Com and Ebay.com to name a few. Thank you for the compliment!

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      prasetio30 

      8 years ago from malang-indonesia

      nice information. Thanks for share. I found many things that beautiful. But I never used credit card to buy something in the internet. For ring I buy it in the jewelry shop. wonderful hub, Ben.

    • Mike Lickteig profile image

      Mike Lickteig 

      8 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

      I'm trying to imagine what the Amazon.com shipping box for a $10,000 ring would look like....

      This was interesting, Ben. Thanks.

    • Rebecca E. profile image

      Rebecca E. 

      8 years ago from Canada

      excellent points consider this bookmarked and Stumbled Upon

    • Ben Zoltak profile imageAUTHOR

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      Thanks Hello, hello, I've been inspired by some fellow writers here at HubPages to research somethings unique!

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Wow, they don't give them away. Thank you for showing me what to buy. Good hub and good selection.

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