WHY TUNGSTEN CARBIDE?
 
Imagine wearing a ring that is permanently polished, scratch resistant and always looking brand new!

Tungsten is the only rare and exotic metal that will look permanently polished.
 
The polish and finish can last for a very long time.

If  you see scratches on your tungsten ring , we will replace, free of charge.

HARD FACTS ABOUT TUNGSTEN CARBIDE RINGS:

Tungsten rings  are scratch  resistant .

Tungsten  is about 10 times harder than 18K Gold, 5 times harder than tool steel, and 4 times harder than titanium.

Tungsten  measures between 8 and 9 on the Mohs hardness scale. (Diamonds are 10 - the highest.)

Due to their extreme hardness, Tungsten Rings will hold their shape and shine longer than most rings on the market.

Tungsten have been referred to as the "Permanently Polished Rings". “Scratch Resistant Rings”

Each tungsten ring  is individually hand crafted using assorted diamond abrasives and poly crystalline diamond tooling.

Our Tungsten rings are cobalt free.
 
  
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR NEW TUNGSTEN RING 

Your new tungsten ring should last for a very long time and always look great!

few  points to keep in mind to ensure your ring stays in a new condition for many years.

  • DO NOT drop your ring on a hard surface or purposely hit it with hard metal tool.
  • DO NOT clean your tungsten ring in a jewelers ultrasonic cleaner, or with a steam cleaner or ionic cleaner.
  • DO NOT clean your tungsten ring with any chemicals as this can cause spotting.
  • DO ONLY clean your tungsten ring with a mild soap and water. This will remove dirt and keep it looking shinny and new. 

GUARANTEE

60 days return policy if you are not 100% happy 
Lift time ring sizing 
Life time warranty

History of Tungsten

The word Tungsten in Swedish and Danish means "heavy stone." The current name for the element is Wolfram and was founded by Peter Woulfe in 1779 who examined wolframite.

Gold, silver and platinum like Tungsten, is element #74, are heavy elements. It is naturally occurring and is an important element responsible for the development of human civilization. Without tungsten we would not have the filament inside the incandescent light bulb. Tungsten gives the filament the toughness and resilience exceeding any other metal. In 1922 the Germans developed Tungsten Carbide as the material used in making better cutting tool bits for precision milling and cutting of steel.

Tungsten has the highest melting point of all the elements at 6,700 degrees F (3,420 degrees C). Its permanent attributes deem it to be the hardest metal on the planet.

Today tungsten carbide is used throughout the world. Although its primary application is in the mechanical industry, it is quickly gaining popularity as a durable, long lasting, material used in jewelry.

security and an everlasting bond.

The Manufacturing Process

Tungsten with carbon and other elements are ground into a powder and then compressed with high heat and pressure dies to form a ring blank.

The blank is then fired in an oxygen-free furnace at an astounding 6,200 degrees Fahrenheit. This process called sintering creates the hardest metal alloy used in making jewelry.

The ring is then cut and shaped using diamond tools with up to 40 total separate steps required for completion. The cutting and shaping of a tungsten ring is similar in many ways to the cutting and polishing of a rough diamond.

Precious metal Inlay rings with gold, silver or platinum are created by grinding a channel in the center of the ring and precisely "swedging" the metal into the channel under extreme pressure.

The ring is then skilfully polished with diamond polishing tools and wheels creating a permanent luster and polish not possible with other metals.

A Tungsten Carbide ring will remain polished forever, and is virtually impossible to scratch. It is a unique metal that epitomizes today's technologically advanced man more than any other.