Lost: 10,000 Diamond Rings
Have you heard the one about the woman who loses her diamond ring?
There’s a thousand versions of this story: Women have lost their rings scuba diving, shopping, and just doing the dishes. One woman lost her engagement ring five minutes after the proposal. Khloe Kardashian lost her $850,000 sparkler in the laundry!
Sometimes there’s a happy ending. Volunteers with a metal detector found Samantha Peckens’ ring under four feet of water in Lake Erie. An honest subway station agent returned Hager Elsayed’s ring after it slipped off her finger on a train. More dramatically, Singapore sewer workers searched for six hours to find Lina Tan’s ring after she accidentally flushed it.
But how much do you want to rely on metal detectors, honest strangers and Singapore sewer workers?
Never worry about losing your ring with Ring Magic. With the super-strong and nearly-invisible Ring Magic safety bands, your ring will stay on tight at the beach, on the train and in the bathroom.
Don’t be the next dramatic story about a woman who loses her ring -- they don’t all have happy endings!
10 Lost Engagement Rings and How They Were Found [Infographic] by the team at Purely Diamonds
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GIFTS FOR GRANDMA
1.) A photo book from Snapfish
These days everyone keeps photos on their phones or computers, but no one ever prints them out. Break the cycle! Print out your favorites for your grandma and easily organize them into a stunning scrapbook with help from Snapfish. (Your grandma will love this so much, maybe she won’t have to comment on your Facebook photos anymore. Love you, grandma!)