Alright peoples, I was cutting wood yesterday and somehow my OU class ring slipped off somewhere in the front 40-acres. It fell off once inside my glove and I put it back on, then last night when I get into the shower, no ring. I checked the gloves, truck, etc. and it's gone.
My question is this. Where does a guy get a replacement ring? Momma bought it for me when I got my Master's in 2000. I don't have a clue where you buy them things.
That's the ring just like the one I lost. My old one was completely worn off on the sides so you couldn't see the years (1890 & 2000) and the OU was almost worn down. I never take it off, so that's why it was so worn out. I'll have to check out the prices.
I got my josten's one a couple years back when I graduated. I like the looks if it. I didn't go gold because I'm a silver person. I probably got one if the cheaper ones, but it was like 450 or something like that.
$700 bones? **** that. I can buy a new rifle for that. I'll just have to live with the white spot in the shape of a ring on my finger until it tans over.
Maybe momma will get you one for Christmas.
Real Name: Mark
Spend some time back trackin. Hope you find it bro.
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What I really don't like about the Jostens design is the big interlocking OU. That's a symbol of the sports teams, and as much as I love OU football, I think a class ring needs to represent your educational accomplishment.
I always wondered who bought/wore class rings.
I hope you find it.
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Sorry, Jostens is the only place I know of
I've got a damn good metal detector if you want to borrow it.
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"......please protect these young men from injury and for one and all to exhibit good sportsmanship.....IN JESUS NAME WE PRAY AMEN
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Metal detectors are cheaper than $700, but if it is a Josten's ring, don't they have a one-time ring replacement for incidents such as this? They had this program back when I was in high school. Not sure if that's still the case.
Check with the company. If the receipt is still around (or perhaps even if its lost and the company has a record of who the ring was made for), you might be able to get a free one-time replacement.
EDIT: This is the policy I was referring to.