Tungsten wedding bands are the perfect fit for many men. They are extremely durable and keep their shine much longer than most other metal rings.
1. Tungsten carbide bands are virtually scratch resistant; however, they can be scratched under extreme pressures, such as with diamond composite or with corundum. Although it is highly
unlikely that your piece will obtain any scratches or blemishes, this is covered by our Lifetime Warranty.
2. Tungsten is approximately 10x harder than 18k Gold, and 4x harder than Titanium.
3. Tungsten rings will NOT bend.
4. 100% biocompatible. Will not produce skin irritation or discoloration.
5. Tungsten jewelry has become the hottest, fastest growing men's jewelry craze in the world!
1. Because of the extreme hardness of tungsten carbide, engraving will show much lighter compared to the other metal rings. Also, due the extreme hardness of tungsten carbide our rings cannot be resized or altered from their final shape and form. Rest assured, should your ring size fluctuate over the years, our Lifetime Warranty will replace your ring for a new size at any time.
2. Tungsten rings are slightly heavier than rings made of other materials.
How To Care For Your Tungsten Ring
Your Tungsten ring requires essentially no care. If your ring is 100% high-polished Tungsten, it will retain its luster and polish forever. A soft cloth will eliminate fingerprints and smudges.
1. Titanium rings do not dull, rust, or corrode over time.
2. Titanium is very affordable.
3. 45% stronger than stainless steel of the same weight.
4. At 1/4 the weight of gold, Titanium is easy to wear and surprisingly lightweight.
5. Titanium will not produce skin irritation or discoloration.
1. Since Titanium is so durable, it is very difficult if not impossible to resize. Rest assured, should your ring size fluctuate over the years, our Lifetime Warranty will replace your ring for a new size at any time.
2. It is harder to buff out scratches on Titanium, compared to other metals.
How To Care For Your Titanium Ring
Titanium can be cleaned with any non abrasive soap or cleaner. Anodized products are best cleaned with warm soapy water then dried with a soft tissue. This will restore your ring to the same level of optical purity and display the original vivacity of colors.
Stainless Steel Pros
1. Inexpensive yet Platinum-Looking. Resembling platinum, a Stainless Steel ring costs significantly less than a ring of any precious metal.
2. Stainless Steel is very durable. It is resistant to scratching, corrosion, rust, and tarnish.
3. Very easy to clean.
4. Stainless Steel rings are also more eco-friendly than many other metals. Their production produces less waste and requires less energy than other metals.
Stainless Steel Cons
1. Stainless steel wedding bands are relatively new and aren’t available in as many options as other metals.
2. It's not a precious metal.
How To Care For Your Stainless Steel Ring
Cleaning your stainless steel ring requires no special agent or tools--just warm water, a cloth, some dish detergent and little bit of elbow grease. If your ring has endured a little more love, whitening toothpaste is a great way to remove that extra dirt and grime.
Sterling Silver Pros
1. Sterling Silver will make for a longer-lasting ring with less upkeep.
2. Silver is very affordable precious metal.
3. Unlike gold, Silvers pure white color is flattering to all skin tones .
4. Sterling Silver rings can be shiny, matte, smooth or textured.
Sterling Silver Cons
Silver is soft metal and will show more wear over time compared to Titanium and Tungsten rings.
How To Care For Your Sterling Silver Ring .
The ring needs to be cleaned with a cleaner made for silver to restore it to its original color.
1. Gold is suitable for long-term and everyday wear .
2. Its value tends to stay stable over time and will increase during times of economic stress.
3. Highest quality gold rings will last a lifetime and beyond.
1. It is a mixed metal, usually with nickel, beware of allergies .
2. Most rings are coated with rhodium to make it really shine "silver look" The rhodium coating has to be redone every 1 to 1.5 years.
How To Care For Your Gold Ring
Put a few drops of liquid dish detergent in a bowl of warm water. Soak the gold ring in the solution for 15 minutes and scrub it with a soft-bristle toothbrush. Rinse it in warm running water and then dry it with a soft cloth.