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Titanium vs Tungsten

Want to know the difference between Titanium and Tungsten rings?

Comparison of titanium vs tungsten

Tungsten Ring and Titanium Ring
Tungsten Ring and Titanium Ring

Titanium and tungsten carbide that is sometimes known as tungsten are two of the most popular contemporary materials currently available in the men’s jewelry market.

While superficial appearances may cause some buyers to believe they are similar in nature, in reality the two materials are quite different.

These are some key points to consider when choosing between titanium rings and tungsten rings.

Prices are very variable among retailers there are economic rings and very expensive this logically depends on the brand.

We believe that everyone deserves the same quality ring at an affordable price, it is not good to pay in excess for the same tungsten ring or titanium ring elsewhere.
All our rings are made with the same quality quality metals as others.

We talked about choosing Titanium Ring vs Tungsten Ring

Let’s go for price:

Titanium and tungsten are very affordable alternatives and are quite comparable in price.


For both materials, prices usually vary according to the manufacturer’s style, and the quality of the material.

The Composition: titanium is a metal slightly alloyed with other elements for use in jewelry, it can usually be alloyed with aluminum and / or vanadium
Tungsten is a compound made of tungsten and other varied metals.

Hardness: The two materials are considerably harder than precious metals such as gold and platinum.


Tungsten is known to be one of the toughest materials that exist much harder than titanium.

Scratch resistance: Due to its hardness, tungsten easily exceeds titanium, but when it comes to scratch resistance, titanium is considerably more scratch resistant than other materials.

Titanium and Tungsten
Titanium and Tungsten

Only one material can scratch tungsten, and it is the diamond.

Crack resistance: Titanium is much more resistant to cracks than natural brittle tungsten carbide. The extreme hardness of tungsten carbide combined with its fragility means that tungsten carbide rings can crack or break if struck against a hard enough surface. While some bands of higher grade tungsten carbide show less fragility, as a general rule, titanium rings are still a better option for men who work hard with their hands.

Weight: Titanium and tungsten rings are practically on opposite sides when it comes to weight.
Titanium rings are extremely light but tungsten are considerably denser and heavier.

Color: the two materials have a beautiful natural metallic gray color, although the color in black is very popular.
White tungsten is also an option for tungsten rings, which offers an appearance that resembles white gold or platinum.

More info for Tungsten https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tungsten

More info for Titanium https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanium