Post # 1
Okay, so my husband and I have been married two years. He’s been through FOUR rings already. He’s in the Marine Corps and they get lost or scratched or whatever. He asked for a TUNGSTEN TITANIUM ring for Christmas. And then I seen the camoflauge rings. He’s a major redneck and loves anything Camoflauge (hunting camo, not military camo) so, I showed them to him and he fell in love. Now, I can’t find a camo ring that is tungsten titanium. I looked at CamoRings.com and Titanium whatever it’s called. But I need TUNGSTEN, not plain titanium. Please help! <3
Post # 3
@jndorrell: My Darling Husband works in metal, so I have a question. With your Darling Husband being a marine they are extremely hard on their hands, does your Darling Husband know that tungsten shatters? It is not easy to shatter, but it isn’t that hard either. I had a tungsten necklace for a short time, but it fell off and I shattered it with my shoe while I was looking for it.
I would recommend stainless steel, hard to scratch, inexpensive to replace, and cuts off easily in case of injury. And they are easily buffed out to look new again.
Post # 4
I would also warn against titanium because if he injures his finger, that material can’t be cut off. My Fiance plans on just not wearing his wedding band while at work (he works in a warehouse around deisels and forklifts, etc.) Would that be something that you would consider instead of going through multiple rings?
Post # 5
Yes, titanium Can be cut off (as can tungsten. )
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Post # 7
@Lynit: That is really cool. I have never seen a ring like that.
Post # 8
@SuzySchmoozy: Tungsten has to be broken off, it can’t be cut, I believe
Post # 9
yes, I guecjss I was going more of the you-dont-have-to-cut-your-finger-off route 🙂