Neometal 14ct Gold Ball End THREADLESS

Neometal

Size Guide

PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AND NOT CURRENTLY IN STOCK.

Treat yourself to the best body jewellery - highly acclaimed and world leading Neometal.  This mirror-finish fine jewellery carries a lifetime guarantee. 

This attachment features a genuine classic style round ball in 14ct gold. A versatile piece to suit most piercings. 

Originally pioneered by Neometal, the push-fit design is by far the best jewellery to wear securely in a piercing.  Once in place, these ends will not fall out and unlike their threaded competitors, they will not need regular checks for  tightening. The threadless post is slightly bent to create a tight fit inside the labret.  To remove or insert, just tug gently on the round gem end and it will come apart from the labret/flat back (not included). 

These ends are perfect for most cartilage piercings and will fit all threadless labrets including from NeometalIndustrial Strength and Anatometal.   

Implant grade titanium is incredibly light and completely nickel-free, making it a perfect option for long-term wear in body piercings.

Material: 14ct Gold 
Post Type: Threadless/push-fit
Post Gauge: 1mm/18g
Gold Colour: Yellow or white
Ball Diameter: 3mm
Suitable Piercing: Helix, forward helix, scapha, faux rook, conch, tragus, rook, lobe, labret or nostril.

Neometal jewellery can be pre-ordered in many different styles and gems.  Contact us if you have a specific requirement.

Gem Size
Gold Colour
White gold
White Gold

Size Chart


Gauge (G) / Post Thickness


Length / Internal Diameter

1mm = 18G 3.1mm = 1/8"
1.2mm = 16G 3.9mm = 5/32"
1.6mm = 14G 4.7mm =3/16"
2.0mm = 12G 5.5mm = 7/32"
2.4mm = 10G 6.4mm = 1/4"
3.2mm = 8G 7.1mm = 9/32"
4mm = 6G 7.9mm = 5/16"
5mm = 4G 8.7mm = 11/32"
6mm = 2G 9.5mm = 3/8"
8mm = 0G 11.1mm = 7/16"
10mm = 00G 12.7mm = 1/2"
12mm = 1/2" 14.2mm = 9/16"
14mm = 9/16" 15.8mm = 5/8"
16mm = 5/8" 17.4mm = 11/16"
18mm = 11/16" 19mm = 3/4"
20mm = 13/16" 20.6mm = 13/16"
22mm = 7/8" 22.2mm= 7/8"
See how and where to apply these measurements on our handy pictorial guide.