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Why You Should Try NeedJewelry.com's TK316 Stainless Steel Fashion Jewelry

 

According to our supplier of TK316 items, TK316 Stainless Steel used in fashion jewelry, is an alloy with a minimum of 10% chromium content by mass.  It does not stain, corrode or rust as easily as ordinary steel, and is also hypoallergenic.  Thus, it is extensively used in heavy gauge-welded components, such as jewelry.  Tusk 316 stainless steel is of the highest quality for jewelry products.

Many who are allergic to earrings, rings or other jewelry that have nickel and other metals, can safely wear the TK316 stainless steel jewelry.  It wears well, is easy to clean with soap and water, and beautifully imitates much more expensive metals.  You have the look of sterling silver or white gold at a mere fraction of the cost.  Buy more, change jewelry often and ENJOY IT!

If you try an item and don't love it, send it back.  We want our customers to be happy.  NeedJewelry.com LOVES our customers and appreciates your business.

                                                               

Hypoallergenic    Resistant to Rust      Easy to Clean            Affordable Price

 

 

 

Additional notes about the Vacuum/Ion Plating of TK316 Stainless Steel Jewelry

According to our supplier of the vacuum/ion plated items, vacuum/ion plating is more durable and wear-resistant than traditional plating methods.  Additionally, its great advantage is environmental consciousness as it avoids chemical solution during the process and it's irritation-free for the skin.  Vacuum/Ion plating is an advanced technique normally in the watch, electronic and space industries.  The object is placed in a vacuum chamber, which is pumped down to the desired vacuum pressure.  The chamber is then heated to the target temperature to evaporate the material, which is sprayed onto the object, producing a thin layer of coating.