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Tungsten vs. Titanium
Tungsten vs. Titanium

Quick Specs: Tungsten vs. Titanium



In regards to jewelry and rings, weight is a good thing. For lack of better terms, lightweight jewelry is sometimes considered to be "cheap," or a "knock-off" of pricier metals. Heavier items are much more sought after by jewelers and consumers alike.

When it comes to the weight of rings made in tungsten or titanium, the metals are at either extreme.

Titanium is well known for its lightweight characteristics. So much so, it is often referred to as "weightless" or "featherweight" and high quality titanium is called "aircraft" grade. For couples looking for a wedding band that is easy to wear and feels almost like having nothing on, titanium is perfect.

In contrast, tungsten is known for its weight. In many of its applications, the weight of tungsten is one of its more beneficial characteristics. Tungsten rings for men and tungsten wedding bands are no different. The weight of your men's tungsten wedding band gives the band a real presence on your finger. As you wear it, you'll be much more aware of your ring, giving more "weight" to the meaning of your wedding ring.


Finish and Shine


Your spouse is the love of your life, and the two of you have a relationship built for the long haul. With your wedding bands being a symbol of that love, you'd want them to last just as long, too. Right?

A tarnished and scratched wedding band is unsightly, and even embarrassing. Silver, gold and even platinum wedding band owners face the challenge of constant upkeep in maintaining their bands scratch-free. The major problem these metals face is they are just too soft for everyday wear. Their owners constantly come in contact with hard materials prone to leaving the unsightly scratches on wedding bands couples look to avoid.


Enter titanium


Titanium is given a 6 on the Mohs Hardness Scale, a scale used to rank materials by their scratch resistance. In comparison, gold is a 3 rating, and platinum is generally given a rating of 4 to 4.5. So, titanium rings are a few times harder than their precious metal counterparts. They hold up fairly well to everyday wearing and should not tarnish, and as a result are good at maintaining their original finish and shine.

With a Mohs rating between 8 and 9, tungsten is the hardest metal available on the wedding band market, making it the most scratch-resistant product available. This also makes tungsten rings incredibly resistant to tarnishing as well. Harder than silver, gold and platinum, and even harder than titanium, tungsten rings are the perfect combination of form and functionality. Couples looking for a metal capable of keeping their rings looking as flawless in the future as on their wedding day should look no further than tungsten.

Pub Time : 2017-03-06 14:46:50 >> News list
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