single maris flat back stud earring
single maris flat back stud earring
THIS IS A SINGLE ITEM
A single tiny opal stud made for elevating your ear stack. Designed with an internally threaded flat back and crafted with ASTM F-136 implant grade titanium for ultimate 24/7 comfort.
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- Base Metal Implant Grade Titanium ASTM F-136
- Coating PVD Titanium Nitride
- Flat Back Type Internally Threaded
- Post Length 6mm
- Post Thickness 18 gauge
- Stud Diameter 4mm
ASTM F-67: Pure, unalloyed titanium. This is the safest metal for sensitive ears because it is the least likely to cause a reaction. We use this for almost all of our earrings.
ASTM F-136: Implant grade titanium. This is an biocompatible alloy containing aluminum, vanadium, and titanium. We use this for our flat back studs.
STAINLESS STEEL: We use this as a base metal for our bracelets and necklaces. We always use nickel free and lead free stainless steel. It is then plated with titanium nitride, a biocompatible material, to further protect sensitive skin.
COATING: Titanium nitride PVD is applied to our gold jewelry to give it an 18k gold color. Titanium nitride is a hypoallergenic material that is more durable and resistant to wear than gold plating.
CARE: Since the materials we use are non-tarnishing, our jewelry can be worn in the water and will not change color, rust, tarnish or turn green.
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I bought two and have tried to wear off and on for months, thinking I was the problem. I wish I had returned them right away. They tore up my ears going in and taking out. Very difficult to screw in and take out. Post is thick, so only went in one of my holes. Post is also long, so it stuck out of my earlobe a bit. On one the threading was messed up (very hard to unscrew even out of my ear and in my hand) and I just threw it in the trash. The earring is cute but I would never recommend this to anyone.
I clearly didn't read the fine print very well. I thought I was ordering a pair of stud earrings that I could wear in my newly re-pierced ears. But this is just one earring, and seems to be better suited for higher up on the lobe than what I was picturing. Even though I watched the videos on how to insert the flat-backed post, I seem to be unable to actually do it. I'm disappointed, since I thought these were so cute! And I'm discouraged that if I return this, I don't get a full refund since there's a restocking fee. I recognize this is due to my mistake--should have read the description better!
I love the opal color but I haven’t been able to wear it because the back is too large. It’s too bad. Maybe you could come up with a different type of backing.
I bought a pair of these earrings for my second lobe piercings, and LOVED how they looked! However, after a week I woke up and the left one had fallen out in the night and was nowhere to be found. I ordered another only to have the right one fall out a week later. I bought another one AGAIN because I loved them so much. Then guess what? They both ended up falling out within a month. I know I was screwing them in right and I was checking them at night to make sure they weren’t loose. Such a shame! I wasted so much money! As far as everyday earrings, these were not it.
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