(Closed) Titanium Bands

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

We both got titanium rings from Etsy (Titanium Knights).  We both love them, my guy has his on his keyring for the past few months (says it is his good luck charm)and no scratches or signs of wear.   We loved the cost too- his $60, mine $105.  His has a sterling inlay and mine has a gold.  Not matching, but close enough!

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

We considered titanium, but thanks to this video, we decided to go with tungsten. It was actually cheaper than white gold, and waaaay cheaper than platinum. Fiance thinks it’s just about the coolest thing to know that he could literally run his ring over with a truck and it would not bend, break, or have any markage. I have narrowly managed to keep him from trying it out. 🙂

Men tend to go through rings more quickly than women- I know this from experience with my dad, grandpas, and uncles. They damage them and lose them on the beach, etc…tungsten (and titanium) are cheaper and much more durable than the more popular and widely available white gold and platinum. We got ours from Kay and they had a decent selection- not nearly as much selection as we would have had if we were getting white gold or plain gold, of course, but we definitely found something that looked really nice and we both could agree on.

Best of luck to you!

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