Tungsten carbide is the new, most popular metal today for men‘s wedding rings. The heavy weight and luxurious finish of a tungsten carbide ring speaks of commitment, strength and an everlasting bond. The metal will always maintain its beautiful, scratch-resistant finish, making them the perfect choice for your loved ones wedding ring.
VA Tungsten identified the need in men’s jewellery for a hard wearing, affordable ring that offers durability and sophistication. Men’s wedding rings have been limited to very simple designs, with not much of a selection. Most of the men’s rings available today, are made from expensive, precious metals that are all prone to scratches and abrasions and some of these metals are almost impossible to remove in an emergency.
Tungsten is one of the safest metals on the market and with its unique Comfort-fit design, they are not only comfortable to wear, the comfort fit acts as a cushion which helps the ring grip onto your finger. Our hand-picked selection of rings includes black-plating, ceramic and carbon fibre inlays that are fused into the metal, giving you a unique variety of tungsten rings to choose from. Our exclusive range of tungsten rings are a fraction of the price when compared to other precious metal wedding rings, but offers the same feeling of elegance and class. They are modern, bold and above all, strong!
The hot new trend making waves in the industry is the fingerprint ring. This new range allows you to completely customize a plain wedding band and make it totally unique. Your Fingerprint is totally unique to you so your true love deserves noting more than a totally unique wedding band. Made from Titanium the process is relatively easy. Provide a high resolution scanned fingerprint (grab an ink pad from your local stationery store and make clear impressions on a blank page, taking care not to smudge the fine lines), and voila, your fingerprint can be engraved on the inside or outside of the ring for a one of a kind look.
Other options for men’s rings are:
Ceramic – not the same as the ceramic you find in your kitchen cupboard, even though it is called ceramic, it is actually an extremely strong compound of Titanium and Ceramic called Titanium Carbide.
Zirconium – Also used in nuclear reactors, corrosion resistant metal!!
Wood – Wooden rings are trending at the moment. Wood is inserted in a ring that is predominantly made of metal