Men’s tungsten wedding rings are becoming more popular for a number of reasons, affordability being one of them. The grooms ring is usually the last thing that’s considered prior to the big day.

The groom is usually unsure about the ring metal and the design, as he will usually be worried whether he will be able to wear his ring to work, especially if his job involves manual labour.

Picking the Metal

The traditional choice of metals has been Gold, White Gold, Rose Gold, Silver and Platinum., however, Tungsten rings have over the last 2 years increased in popularity due to the hardness, wearability and resistance to tarnishing and scratches.

Tungsten rings also have a wide variety of colours and designs including Gold and Silver along with inlaid patterns of carbon fibre and wood. This along with the fact Tungsten rings are a lot cheaper to buy, and in most cases all come with a life time warranty. This is something you are unlikely to get from a traditional metal like gold, silver and platinum.

Tungsten carbide is certainly one of the toughest metals known to man and is highly resistant to being misshapen so making it an ideal wedding ring for the groom to wear to work. Tungsten carbide is also Hypoallergenic so won’t make your finger go green.

Tungsten carbide although seriously tough and resistant is amazingly cheap and as its not classed as a precious metal ensures the price is always low. So getting a Tungsten ring is certainly a ring that will last the test of time without putting a big hole in your wallet.

Choosing the Right Design for Men’s Tungsten Wedding Rings

Tungsten rings now come in a wide variety of designs, colours and inlays, far too many to list them all here but here is just a few of the main categories here.