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Men's Tungsten Carbide Rings

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What is Tungsten Carbide?

It is a mixture of tungsten and carbon alloy which transforms the metal to one of the world's strongest bond, with a hardness rating of 8.5 and 9.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. Tungsten alone is a very hard and dense metal and has the highest melting point of all metals at 6100 degrees, but is still vulnerable to scratches and damages like other precious metals.

We use it in our wedding bands due to the fact it is four times harder than titanium, double the strength of steel, and virtually scratch proof, which customers love as the biggest complaint about rings and bracelets of lesser composition is that they are easily scratched.

Choosing Your Wedding Band

As with any purchase you would make it is necessary to ask a jeweler which metal was used in making your wedding ring. Many tungsten ring manufacturers would use cobalt as a binding material to save money as it is a much cheaper manufacturing process.

The problem with using cobalt is that the cobalt will bond to oils in your skin and leeches out the wedding ring thereby causing the ring to oxidize. Oxidation of a wedding band looks like the tarnish of silver jewelry. At TitaniumKay we create our tungsten wedding rings only with nickel binder which makes them chemically inert, do not oxidize, and hypoallergenic. Many bricks and mortar jewelry stores will not know what the composition of the jewelry they are selling. If they do not know then more often than not the rings and bracelets will scratch and become worn over time.

Due to the extreme hardness of tungsten carbide, wedding bands created from this combination will not wear or become heavily scratched from daily wear. When you are ready to make your selection and buy your jewelry be sure to take extra pre-caution in determining proper size as these rings are not able to be sized unlike gold and silver. Another consideration is engraving on these rings will not show well unless laser machine is used in the process.

Quick facts about our tungsten rings

  • Virtually scratch proof
  • Will not bend or change shape
  • Do not contain any cobalt in the alloy
  • Made with nickel as binder
  • Covered by our lifetime warranty against scratches and breakage
  • Can be removed by medical professionals in case of an emergency
  • Hypoallergenic, suitable for any skin type

Can I wear your tungsten ring if I am allergic to nickel?

YES. Our tungsten carbide jewelry is hypopallergenic and safe to wear. It will not cause irritation reaction or rashes on any skin type.

Do you engrave your rings?

YES, We offer laser engraving service for all our rings. Please see the details for our text engraving service and fingerprint engraving service.

Rating: 4.9 / 5 , based on 6870 reviews.  
Love this!!
Black Tungsten Carbide Laser Engraved Celtic Cross Dome Wedding Band Ring
I bought this for my husband. He loves It!
LES, West Palm Beach - 6/17/2017

Didn't even last 5 years
2nd Generation Tungsten Carbide Two Tone Wedding Band Ring
Bought this band for my husband for our wedding in 2012 because it was masculine looking and scratch resistant supposed to be strong but by 2016 the different parts of the band were falling apart. Now is just the black part underneath and he doesn't wear it. Very disappointed
Mrs. Jackson, Oklahoma - 6/9/2017

Love it
Tungsten Carbide Diamond Cut Horizontal Groove Wedding Band Ring
I liked it from seeing the picture of it online but when I received it 2 days later, I was completely blown away. It is absolutely beautiful! It's a surprise anniversary gift for my husband and I can't wait until I give it to him.
Korns, Brooklyn NY - 6/7/2017

Love it
Tungsten Carbide 2MM Plain Dome Wedding Band
Bought this for my husband. He has very large hands but works with his hands and can't wear a thicker ring. I had trouble finding a ring we liked in a size 13!
Kate, South Park Pa - 5/24/2017