interesting. the idea is to innovate the failed ring. The failed ring we have is black, I couldn't see a chip on the ring so I thought maybe it was failed for that reason. If it failed for that reason, perhaps it could be melted by your company so you don't have to absorb so much costs associated. Of course, we're backing because we believe in your company, the black ring is kept in its case, maybe a retrofit later. Anyway, I was reading here for anyone who mentioned returning it to be melted and tried again. I'll read the innovation thread now. thx.
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RE: [Poll] What shall we do with the Q/A failed rings?
RE: Questions about the palladium ring possibility?
Platinum, on its own and in my opinion, is a difficult metal with wear and tear early-on as guys, like me, often wash hands with sometimes acidic or not-so-great-for-platinum solutions, even alcohol wipes and gels mess platinum. Palladium, being natural and in the platinum group is much more lustrous to me and retains its color well. The ring I have is titanium and feels great- very lightweight, I'd rather a silvery-white metal (Palladium) all around with a choice of small cut-out shape where the center black is to be, that makes me feel like the ring is more of a piece of jewelry and not a tech gadget, though, I am more concerned about security. just thoughts on beautiful Palladium and possible design mods having a cut out rather than a black or color strip. Thanks for the ring ! I like it.