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Here you'll find our entire tungsten ring collection. Our dropdown menus make it easy to filter through the rings. Our convenient ring size finder is on every ring's product page. Scroll all the way down to read more about tungsten and its incredible properties.
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Rings that do not scratchTungsten is four times heavier than steel and twice as hard. Because it's so incredibly hard, tungsten is virtually impossible to scratch. This property allows tungsten rings to stay beautiful and shiny long after you purchase them.
Tungsten is a little darker in color than sterling silver or stainless steel.
Things to be aware of about tungstenWhen you purchase a tungsten ring, you need to pay attention to two things. Some tungsten rings are made with cobalt because that makes production much easier. But cobalt-laden rings will be prone to oxidization and discoloration. Be wary of sellers who do not or will not state the cobalt content. All Trendhim tungsten rings do not contain any cobalt whatsoever.
Another thing you should be aware of is that some jewelry retailers sell tungsten rings that do not contain any carbon, which is the element that gives tungsten its incredible strength. All Trendhim tungsten rings do contain carbon.
All of our tungsten rings are also analyzed for nickel content.
Maintaining a tungsten ringPeople prefer tungsten over gold or silver because all that's needed to maintain your tungsten ring's sheen is to use a damp cloth and wipe it down.
Ring size guideFor every ring we have in stock we provide 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.
1. Wrap a thin string twice around your finger.
2. Mark a line as shown.
3. Measure the distance between the lines on the string. This is your size in mm. If you get 60 mm, for example, then your ring size is "60/9¼".