Should I go with a titanium wedding band, (ring for the husband) or something el

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  1. Millercl profile image74
    Millerclposted 6 years ago

    Should I go with a titanium wedding band, (ring for the husband) or something else?

    The choices vary on wedding bands, from traditional gold to simple stainless steel. What would you suggest and why?

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  2. That Grrl profile image80
    That Grrlposted 6 years ago

    Depends on his lifestyle. If he is pretty active the steel ring is stronger than gold (which is a soft metal).

  3. Gabriel Wilson profile image93
    Gabriel Wilsonposted 6 years ago

    I would suggest you get the basics out of the way first; cost and size. The cost of the ring will determine quite a bit as well as size (thickness).
    Choose a metal that is suitable to your mans life style; some metals are soft and won't stand up to too much wear and tear.
    Go with your mans style: strong gold band; simple thin silver band; thick band with a single gem stone (birth stone).
    Choose a ring that is comfortable to wear; compliments his finger/hand (skinny band on chubby finger); suits his other jewelry.
    Other things to consider: do you want to get it engraved; coordinate with yours; be unique; get it made etc etc.
    Choose a ring that looks good and suits his personality.
    I have a hub about choosing your wedding ring; you might find a tip or two there.
    Congrats and best of luck smile

  4. kkuma01 profile image58
    kkuma01posted 6 years ago

    What does he want? What is his lifestyle? How responsible is he with jewelry? If he is active, doesn't care, and a bit irreponsible steel.

  5. CWanamaker profile image97
    CWanamakerposted 6 years ago

    Titanium rings are neat but I hear they scratch easily.  After looking at all kinds of materials and designs, including ceramics, I ultimately decided to go with a tungsten carbide band. It is a beautiful and durable ring that is very low maintenance.  I have had mine for nearly four years and it still looks brand new. Considering that I work with my hands a lot, durability and scratch resistance was very important to me.  The downside to tungsten carbide is that it is a heavy material that cannot be re-sized.   They have plenty of tungsten carbide rings to fit every man's style and look.

  6. kschimmel profile image57
    kschimmelposted 6 years ago

    My son has a tungsten ring--it is both handsome and substantial.  Men who do hard work should consider the harder metals.

 
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