dealslight tungsten rings: designer styles for men for…

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tanga sells nice rings, wearing one now, it's heavy and shiny

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I like the claddagh... but where's the One Ring?!

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More like "I'd rather lose my finger than this cheap ring."

Tungsten and titanium are so strong that, in an emergency, you may end up losing a finger because they can't cut the ring in the ER.

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I always am about to buy one of these and realize that It'll make me look married... lol

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@qqrl: Tungsten rings are tremendously tough, but brittle. First responders now know that in order to remove a stuck tungsten ring, one only needs to squeeze it slightly past the 'breaking point' with locking pliers(vicegrips). The ring will shatter into several large pieces. Oh, and no, this won't cause additional injury. The locking pliers will only close a fraction of an inch tighter than what was needed for the ring.

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@katanaryda: agreed...i have a couple and I just bought three more.

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@qqrl: "You'll shoot your eye out!!!"

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@mrbarister: It the the one that Mrbarister posted. it's more of an inlay than the physical design, but still basically a claddagh

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I bought that one in the picture for my husband as a replacement wedding band because he lost some diamonds out of his old band. He said it's really comfy to wear and I think it looks nice.

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As some have stated, there are tradeoffs with Tungsten Carbide rings. Hard yes, but also brittle, so a sharp impact will shatter or crack the ring (a good thing in the emergency finger-swelling situations).

I work hard and play hard, so I went for a alloy steel that is scratch resistant but still absorbs impacts. But at $14... its hard to beat here. Keep in mind that the etching will fade over the years so the design wont look as sharp. Again, just depends on what you are looking for.