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Tungsten Bands Provide Elegance and Durability

Posted July 31st, 2010 by Administrator

Why Tungsten Carbide? Tungsten Carbide is the only rare and exotic metal that can promise permanence in polish and finish that will endure until the end of time. The original pattern and design in many gold rings will all but disappear after several years. Tungsten Carbide rings will maintain an everlasting beautiful and shiny finish. The heavy weight and the enduring finish of engraved tungsten rings, speak of commitment, security and an everlasting bond.

Tungsten vs. Titanium – Men’s jewelry has diversified greatly with the rise of Tungsten and Titanium jewelry. Tungsten and Titanium products are considered “model metals” or new to the jewelry industry. However, there are many differences between the two that many people don’t realize. Tungsten’s intriguing new features set it apart from Titanium and have thus allowed laser engraved tungsten rings to become the hottest, fastest growing men’s jewelry craze in the nation!

Titanium lacks the implicit durability of engraving tungsten rings: Titanium can never have the same high gloss mirror-like finish that Tungsten can have, yet tungsten can also be finished in numerous other duller styles just exactly like Titanium. Tungsten jewelry is 4 times harder than Titanium jewelry. Titanium can be bent and is easily scratched. The weight of Titanium is almost non-existent. It does not have the same luxurious precious metal feel of heavier rings. The manufacturing process of Titanium is strictly industrial. It is easily produced using cheap materials involving almost no man-hours. Tungsten involves combining specific elements in up to 40 separate, labor-intensive processes to fabricate, refine, and polish each ring blank. Rest assured that ONLY Tungsten Forever Carbide rings accurately convey the meaning of the word, “Commitment.”

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