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Reader Giveaway: Steel ID bracelet by Triton jewelry

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Designed for today's man, Triton is the ultimate jewelry collection that fuses inspired artistry, innovative engineering, and contemporary metals to create bold statements. It's strength meets style, backed by our master craftsmanship and uncompromising attention to detail - because it's the details that make the man. Up for grabs today is a Steel ID bracelet with silver inlay.

Triton also makes rings, and now that Johnny Depp has made the man-gagement ring a new trend, there's no better place to look! Triton has recently launched the Mix Texture Collection, made of TUNGSTEN CARBIDE. This specially engineered, exclusively patented metal formulation is a unique blend of tungsten and carbon that creates a material that's one of the hardest materials used in jewelry. In fact, Tungsten Carbide TC.850TM is ten times harder than gold. As one of the most popular choices for men's wedding bands (second only to Gold), Tungsten Carbide is hypoallergenic and known for being the most scratch-resistant metal choice, ensuring your ring will retain its natural color and alluring luster for as long as you own it.

Here's how to enter:

Tell me why the man in your life would love this bracelet and where he would wear it.

Send your submission to beautyexaminergabrielle@gmail.com.

Submissions accepted until 5/11 at 12PM EST. Please limit to only one submission per reader, and only US residents may apply. In your email, please be sure to include your full name and address, as I will be shipping your prize. Please subject your email: Triton Giveaway.

Good luck, and don't forget to follow me on Twitter for future giveaway opportunities!

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