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Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring
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Greek Key Titanium Puzzle Ring

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An interesting 2 piece titanium puzzle ring featuring a traditional Greek Key style pattern. One half has a high polished finish, whilst the other has a contrasting brushed textured finish.

The ring measures very slightly less than 7mm in width, and has a depth of 2.3mm.

At only two pieces how hard can it really be?  you can do it in less than 30 seconds, it is easy when you know how.

If attempting no force is needed, if you are applying force then you are doing it incorrectly, the ring will glide into position easily and effortless when you know how.

1) Place the satin finished half of the ring on to a flat surface with the outside of the ring on the flat surface
and the openings facing up.

2) Place the polished half of the ring on the flat surface with the outside of the ring facing up and the openings
facing down.

3) On the brushed ring you will see an oval shaped section, and a corresponding flat recessed section on the
polished half, make sure these are both facing you.

4) Slide the rings towards each over, and lift the polished ring about 2mm from the flat surface.

5) Continue to slide the rings into each over lining up the Greek key design so that “L” shape on the polished
ring slides through the open “L” shape on the brushed ring.

6) Once step 5 is located, simply continue to gently slide the polished ring through the brushed ring.
There is no need to force the ring; if you are using too much pressure then it is in the wrong position.
Please do not use a flat surface such as a table that could get scratched