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Titanium rings for men

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Here you'll find our entire collection of titanium rings. Titanium is lightweight, very strong, and hypoallergenic. Use the menus to browse through our large selection and find your favorites. Click any product for a useful, easy-to-follow guide on finding your ring size.

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TrendhimTwo Line Carbon Titanium Ring
$35
TrendhimTraditional Silver Titanium Ring
$35
TrendhimDouble Wire Titanium Ring
$45
TrendhimTraditional Black Titanium Ring
$35
TrendhimBlack Centered Titanium Ring
$39
Trendhim6mm Gold Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimSnakeskin Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimBlack Two Line Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimUnique Wire Titanium Ring
$55
TrendhimCentered Black Detail Titanium Ring
$45
TrendhimUnique Silver & Gold Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimDouble Chain Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimGold & Silver Tone Brushed Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimGrooved Edge Silver Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimBlack Chain Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimCarbon Detail Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimBold Gold-Tone Titanium Ring
$59
TrendhimSilver Spiked Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimSpiked Center Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimSilver / Gold Classic Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimSerrated Edge Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimTri Titanium Ring
$55
TrendhimBlack Titanium Ring With Silver Streaks
$45
TrendhimTriple Grooved Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimBlack Brick Titanium Ring
$39
TrendhimDouble Striped Zirconia Titanium Ring
$55
Trendhim Black Titanium Ring
$69
TrendhimBrown Chain Titanium Ring
$39

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Titanium, the modern gentleman's ring

Titanium is a relatively new material when it comes to the manufacturing of jewelry and has enjoyed increasing popularity. Titanium features unique characteristics that make it highly suitable for the production of rings.

The precise composition of titanium can vary a little. Simply put, you can use "pure titanium" that is at least 99.2% pure, or, aircraft-grade titanium whose purity hovers around 90% with the balance being aluminum.
At Trendhim, we only sell titanium that's at least 99.2% pure ("pure titanium").

Facts about titanium rings

  • Titanium is hypoallergenic and biocompatible, which means that it cannot cause any allergic reactions, making it particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin or metal allergies
  • Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio compared to all other metals
  • A titanium ring feel great and comfortable on your finger
  • Titanium rings are very strong and much harder to scratch than a steel rings
  • Titanium rings are very resistant to corrosion even when exposed to salt water
  • Because titanium is so strong, it might be a challenge to resize the ring

Finding your ring size


At Trendhim, we show, for every ring, the inner circumference in mm, as well as the US and UK sizes. For example, we’ll show a ring size of 62 / 10 / T ¹/₂, which means the ring has a circumference of 62mm, US ring size 10 and UK ring size T ¹/₂.

Here's an easy method to measure your ring size:

Finding the right ring size

1. Tie a thin string twice around your finger

2. Draw a line so that both strings show a mark

3. Measure the distance between the two marks; that's your C number.

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