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Titanuim Pointed Gem Clicker
Sold as SINGLE

$39.95 - $44.95

Titanuim Pointed Gem Clicker
Sold as SINGLE

$39.95 - $44.95
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Product Description:

This titanium pointed gem clicker is perfect for daith, helix, and septum piercings. Made from PVD plated titanium implant grade material, it features synthetic gemstones for a touch of shine. Its clicker design makes it easy to put in and take out.

All measurements are approximate:

  • The clicker measure 12.44mm tall by 10.40mm wide


  • Product # 41806
  • Material(s): PVD plated titanium, Synthetic gemstones, Titanium 6AL4VELI ASTM F-136 implant grade
  • Worn In: Septum, Ear cartilage
  • Sizes offered: 16g (1.2mm)
  • Colors offered: gold, rainbow, iridescent, opalescent, white, silver
  • Brand: Invictus
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Customer Reviews (2)
5 Posted on 4/24/2024    by Lindsay
Verified purchase 16g 5/16" Silver - AB
Love love love this! It's so dainty and sits perfectly on my septum
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5 Posted on 5/23/2023    by Michelle
Verified purchase 16g 5/16" Silver - Clear and White Opal
Beautiful piece at an affordable price! Sits well and the clicker is secure- very glad I bought this.
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Customer Questions & Answers

Question: What's titanuim?
Answer: Hey there, Under our description it says that titanium is usually preferred over steel because it contains no nickel and it weighs almost 50% less than steel. Titanium can come in plain polish which looks just like steel AND it can come in a variety of colors (but NOT red or black). Titanium is super for people with sensitive skin to steel. It does cost a little more but is well worth it. Titanium comes in different grades just like steel with Grade 23 (6AL4V ELI F-136) implant grade being the highest. Colored titanium does fade over time (but is not dangerous to your piercing). If worn in the mouth the color usually fades faster. For more information about it you can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DI4f4Q6FB54 :)

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