cool guy wedding rings

cool guy wedding rings

Cool Guy Wedding Rings

Platinum for a Wedding Band Platinum rings were originally developed in the late 1770’s for royalty, and to this day they are still associated with high durability. They have a bright white-silver finish and give off a luxury timeless look. Platinum is a high density precious metal that is very rare, and is also one of the heaviest metals used for wedding bands. Its malleable nature makes it perfect for wedding rings settings that require intricate filigree work. However, as like most precious metals, platinum is mixed with other metals, like cobalt, iridium or ruthenium to make it harder.PROSExtremely strong and durableHypoallergenic metalHighly resistant to tarnish40% to 60% denser than goldPlatinum can scratch, but the rings surface can be cleaned and polishedDoesn’t need to be rhodium platedCONSUsually twice the price of an 18k white gold ringSmaller selection than gold or titaniumPlatinum mines have a very big environmental impactCan be expensive to resize or repairA heavy metal that will feel heavier than an 18k gold ring
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The classic gold wedding ring may appeal to the no fuss kind of guy, nothing too chi-chi for him. Though there are many types of simple rings, the width and shape of the ring can make men’s wedding bands look quite different. Simple metal wedding bands for the simple guy, and there are plenty of those out there as you have seen from above.
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Cool Guy Wedding Rings

A groom should think long and hard about what wedding band he will put on his finger since it is the only piece of jewelry many men will always wear. To help you in your quest for a unique men’s wedding band we explore the different wedding band materials, styles and designs available to the groom and give you stunning men’s wedding band inspiration to help you narrow your selection. The first step in wedding preparations is finding a matching ring is choosing your material. Below our list of men’s wedding rings you can find the different materials explained, and how you can take care of your new ring.
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Cool Guy Wedding Rings

Titanium is naturally a grayish white color. To achieve the sharp looking black titanium wedding band, the titanium is treated one of two ways: by either applying black plate or by transforming the color of the metal with silicon dioxide and heat. As for the rings being treated with black plate, they may have been through a number of processes including heat/glue treatments and ion applications.While there are many sharp looking black titanium rings on the market, the problem lies in that many of these bands aren’t actually created through the treatment process which transforms the entire color of the band. Most of them have only been plated (will eventually wear away) or have had an ion treatment that is more durable than being plated, but will eventually wear away or chip as well.If you have your heart set on buying a black titanium ring, keep in mind that real black titanium rings will ALWAYS involve a treatment of the entire metal. If there are any notes about coating or techniques of ions, heat, or glue, than the ring has probably been coated.
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Tungsten wedding bands for men have become popular due to its durability and strength. Rings made of this metal are the most scratch resistant in the world and do not bend, making them ideal for any man who works with their hands. Tungsten has a grey-white colour, similar to that of white gold or titanium. Tungsten rings also have a permanent polish which makes them look new, bright and shiny. They don’t need to be repolished, which is another advantage over other metals. Tungsten is less expensive than gold and platinum and is comparable in price to titanium. One problem that some people find with these rings is the weight since it is very heavy and it cannot be resized.
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Cool Guy Wedding Rings

15 Men's Wedding Bands Your Groom Won't Want to Take OffBy Kim FusaroNow that your ring finger's all blinged up, it's time to pick a men's wedding band for your groom to wear after you've exchanged vows. But assuming he's not a regular jewelry-wearer, finding something your guy will commit to for decades to come can be tough. To help narrow the selection, first consider your man's everyday style. A classic, low-profile wedding band might be better for a laid-back groom, where a flashy guy might want a little bling of his own.Read MoreStart
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Cool Guy Wedding Rings

15 Men's Wedding Bands Your Groom Won't Want to Take OffBy Kim FusaroNow that your ring finger's all blinged up, it's time to pick a men's wedding band for your groom to wear after you've exchanged vows. But assuming he's not a regular jewelry-wearer, finding something your guy will commit to for decades to come can be tough. To help narrow the selection, first consider your man's everyday style. A classic, low-profile wedding band might be better for a laid-back groom, where a flashy guy might want a little bling of his own.
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Cool Guy Wedding Rings

Platinum rings were originally developed in the late 1770’s for royalty, and to this day they are still associated with high durability. They have a bright white-silver finish and give off a luxury timeless look. Platinum is a high density precious metal that is very rare, and is also one of the heaviest metals used for wedding bands. Its malleable nature makes it perfect for wedding rings settings that require intricate filigree work. However, as like most precious metals, platinum is mixed with other metals, like cobalt, iridium or ruthenium to make it harder.
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I can personally attest to the fact that both rings are absolutely GORGEOUS. Both rings I got on Amazon.com, and both were ridiculously cheap for the quality. Some jewelry stores will try to charge hundreds of dollars for tungsten carbide or titanium rings, but purchasing online is truly the way to go, because you'll get an equally good product for so much less money.
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When considering heavier lifestyle factors and ring designs you should note that a woven, puzzle or heavily patterned ring could be damaged while playing sport or in environments where manual labor with your hands are more prominent. Heavy rings like palladium, cobalt, tungsten or stainless steel rings might be more appropriate. You can make them unique by customised patterns; two-tone rings with a combination of metal types, woven or wave ring styles.
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Now that your ring finger's all blinged up, it's time to pick a men's wedding band for your groom to wear after you've exchanged vows. But assuming he's not a regular jewelry-wearer, finding something your guy will commit to for decades to come can be tough. To help narrow the selection, first consider your man's everyday style. A classic, low-profile wedding band might be better for a laid-back groom, where a flashy guy might want a little bling of his own.
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Gold is still the most popular choice of metal used for men’s wedding bands due to the increasing value of the ring as well as the fact that gold does not rust. Gold is soft, dense and the most malleable pure metal out there. When using pure gold for wedding bands they offer a very attractive shine and bright colour. The things to consider when choosing a gold men’s wedding band is the carat and colour to choose. The most common used carats for wedding bands are 9k, 14k and 18k and the rule is: the higher the proportion of gold used the more valuable the ring will be. The most popular colours for a wedding band are yellow gold, followed by white gold and rose gold though other gold colours like bronze, red and lime gold are sometimes used.
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Titanium for a Wedding Band Titanium is a metallic element that can be found in abundance and therefore is made into many different products like golf clubs, air crafts, watches and even wedding bands.Found in the late 18th century, and fittingly named after the mythical Greek giants, the Titans, who personified different forces of nature and also ruled the earth.Titanium is one of the transitional elements on the periodic table and can be found found in many forms.Titanium is a lightweight, affordable metal, that has grown in popularity for grooms-to-be because it offers a luxurious appearance, as well as a high degree of strength.Bands can be found in very light grey/white color and their actual finish can change through different methods of polishing and or brushing.An important feature to note is titanium’s strength-to-weight ratio. It is the highest out of all the transitional metals, which means that titanium is light weight, with a low density, but is extremely strong. So, if you are looking for a light weight ring that you won’t feel while wearing, than titanium bands are the one to choose.Titanium can be split into four grades: 1 through 4. Grade one is the softest form of titanium while grade 4 is the hardest. The best type of titanium for wedding bands is Commercially Pure (CP) grade titanium, which is 99% pure. Grades between 2 to 4 CP work best for rings.PROSLow maintenance and no need to re-coatReasonably priced, much cheaper than gold or platinumPure titanium is 100% hypoallergenicCan be colored into a variety of colorsStrong, scratch resistant and durablePoor conductor of heat and electricityLight weight and easy to wearCONSCannot always be resized (costly if required)Titanium is a difficult metal to use for intricate designs, which mean ring designs are limited

Published on Jun 17, 2017 | Under Wedding Rings | By michael ellis
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