TAT metal allergies and jewelry

Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by pir8penguin, Mar 4, 2004.

  1. pir8penguin

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    The girl I'm dating has a metal alergy... i'm 99% sure it's Nickel that she's alergic to. Acrylic is an obvious alternative, but what metal jewelry would she be able to wear that doesnt contain Nickel?
     
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  3. That, or glass, or organics like bone and wood.

    Edit: or acrylic.
     
  4. Buttons

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    she could also go with Implantanium. it's an alternative to stainless or titanium. has less than 0.05% nickel by mass. which if i remember is less than titanium has, although my memory could be wrong.

    it can be ordered through Tombstone Bodyworks out of Florida
     
  5. pir8penguin

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    thanks for the help!
     
  6. Nickos

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    if i remember right tianium is 100% nickel free... 316LVM SSS has a very very low nickel count also
     
  7. pir8penguin

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    Nick, do you know of any websites that i could take a look at to get an idea of pricing for titanium?
     
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    www.bmeshop.com

    there area few other companies but i dont know the websites

    industrial strength and ananometal
     
  9. pir8penguin

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    She blew you a kiss Nick. Thanks a ton.

    ps: anatometal.com??
     
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    yea thats it.. its a spendy place but top quality jewelry
     
  11. pir8penguin

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    ugh... over $100 for the three rings i want. acryllic it is...

    edit: btw... what about hematite? it's a mineral, duh... but how is it prepared for use in jewelry?
     
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  12. Nickos

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    hematite is usually used as the ball in CBRs its likd of a blackish/blueish/grayish color
     
  13. pir8penguin

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    duh! i'm asking if it's used in it's natural mineral form, just polished?
     
  14. S.N.A.F.U.

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    it's a natural mineral :) should be just fine if she wears it
     
  15. pir8penguin

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    I figured that, thanks for confirming! It's also a concern w/my jewelry more than hers. She rarely wears any, but sharing a bed in close proximity, i dont want to take any chances w/stainless.
     

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