Batman 316L Surgical Steel Industrial Earring
I think the quality Batman 316L Surgical Steel Industrial Earring will reinforce that ear of yours from assault from the League of Shadows. I suppose that the League of Shadows couldn't bring down the infrastructure of Gotham, so they've decided on your ear. They've dialed back their idea of conquest a bit as you can tell. Any-who, the Batman 316L Surgical Steel Industrial Earring is a great earring for fans of Batman and the industrial style jewelry.
316 Surgical Stainless Steel is the preferred steel where bio-compatibility is required (such as body implants and piercings). The "L" means that the carbon content of the alloy is below 0.03%, which reduces the sensitization effect. 316 steel has .08 Max carbon content while 316L has a .03 Max carbon content. Stainless steel does not contain, corrode, or rust as easily as ordinary steel. Though it will not oxidize or turn black, it is still not "stain-proof."
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I love this bar. It was only tricky to get through the back hole because i was changing my ears from a 16 gauge to a 14 gauge (which is what the batman one is if anyone needed to know). But nothing wrong with the bar itself. Very easy to screw in despite the 3 pieces and looks very cool!
My only compliant is when I have to take it out for grappling purposes, but otherwise I love it! It's 3-pieces and the screws aren't that difficult to locate. So happy I made this purchase on a whim! <3
This was a Christmas present and I absolutely adore it! The bar is long enough that it does not pinch my ear together, my industrial piercing is pretty far apart. It has also survived many hair dying adventures and lots of hairspray. I get tons of compliments on it and haven't taken it out except to clean it since December.
I had 1 or 2 people comment on how cool it was, and I thought it looked really good - but the connection is at the back of the bat, rather than at the ball, like a normal industrial (because obviously if you can feed a bat through your piercing, you might have a problem). I don't know if mine was just a faulty one, but the threading was busted - rather than tightening until it stopped, it would tighten until it popped loose again. In the end, it would constantly fall out and I'd have 2 halves hanging out of my piercings. Ended up swapping it out for my old, normal bar, and probably won't use it again - which sucks, because it looks so darn cool!