dealscyber monday blowout sale on men’s rings for $3…

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It's worth getting one of these just to see the reaction from your friend who paid $150 to a jeweler for the same ring when you tell them yours was $5.

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And you can also compare yours which contains cobalt at this price and turns blue or causes an allergic reaction, while his more expensive ring made with a nickel binder stays looking new.

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I've purchased 4 rings from Tanga, and some of my friends also have. One friend's ring was exactly the one his banker wears for a fraction of the price. They're good quality at a great price, and the tungsten can't be scratched.

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For all I know the tanga ones may be nickel, but usually when tungsten is this cheap, it's cobalt and is subject to tarnishing. I'd play on the safe side when they don't specify what they use as a binder.

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I just finally got one of the nice titanium rings... I will be testing it for purity via mass/volume density checking to make sure it is within the 99.9% purity to make sure it is what they say it is.

I'm excited though as I've been looking for a year and unable to find an affordable size 16 Titanium wedding band anywhere for less than $200

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@pkrzycki: Honestly, for the prices they're offering I wouldn't worry too much about purity. I got one on a similar deal two years ago and have been thrilled with it (a black oxidized LoTR ring). It's held up exactly as you'd expect a W ring to, with nary a scratch. The weight feels about right for the expected density, and to get close and cheap you'd need lead, which would be an obvious replacement and too expensive to 'wrap' in any meaningful way to continue the deception.

W isn't very expensive to begin with, especially at this grade. Just buy it and if it appeals to your senses, call it done.

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I've been wearing mine for almost a year, the light tungsten w/ blue & black carbon fiber. It's my engagement ring until we have time to get married.
Is it going to last forever? I can't say.
Is it "pure" anything? Probably not.
Does it look great and make me sleep great at night knowing it didn't break the bank? Heck yes.

I've seen zero degradation of the clear acrylic. I've scraped it on engines & concrete while working, no marks anywhere. I've opened beer bottles w/ it, no marks.

Leaps and bounds above the old cheap coated jewelry from years ago, and are you really worried to drop five bucks on a ring?

(https://www.tanga.com/deals/a83781a3f4/light-tungsten-ring-with-blue-black-carbon-fiber?internal_campaign=channel)

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@pkrzycki: Honestly, if youve been looking for that long you must not have been looking hard. Tanga and NoMoreRack have Tungsten Carbide and Titanium wedding-band-style rings for $10-20 almost 24/7