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WHY TUNGSTEN CARBIDE?
Tungsten Carbide is Forever
When Tungsten and a Carbon alloy are combined, they form an incredible material called Tungsten Carbide. Tungsten Carbide is very durable - one of the hardest and densest metals used anywhere. Unlike other metals, under everyday conditions it will not scratch, bend or tarnish. Under normal conditions your ring will keep it's lustre, shine and shape for life. We are so confident that we guarantee it.
Tungsten Carbide is Classy & Modern
The colour of Tungsten Carbide is very sexy. The ring has much more life to it than a standard titanium or gold ring and the eternal mirror finish on the smooth tungsten rings catches the eye like a diamond would.
Tungsten Carbide is Affordable
With a Tungsten Carbide ring from Black Tie Rings, you get a better product at a price that no retailer can match. Compare a Tungsten Carbide ring to the price of a Gold or Titanium ring of that size and you will see just how much you will save right at purchase. Then consider that your Black Tie Ring will look brand new for ten times longer than those metals and you will see why this is the best choice.
Tungsten Carbide is Safe
You may have heard rumors that Tungsten Carbide rings cannot be removed in case of an emergency - this is a myth. Though extremely hard, Tungsten Carbide is brittle and will break into pieces under very high pressures. You can easily remove a Tungsten Carbide ring from a finger in the event of an emergency using common vice-grips that are found in almost every tool kit. You can even check with your local hospital, they are equipped to remove any kind of ring and are no strangers to Tungsten Carbide rings.
Tungsten Carbide is Unique
Tungsten Carbide is all the best combinations of classy designs, everlasting quality and modern materials. A Tungsten Carbide ring from Black Tie Rings is just what you need to stand out from the crowd.
Easy Tungsten Carbide Ring Removal
To remove a Tungsten Carbide Ring from a finger in an emergency, all you need to do is get a standard medium-sized pair of vice grips and follow these simple instructions:
No dangerous saws or cutting tools are needed.
Please note that we do not encourage you to try and damage your ring or attempt to test this process, this should only be done in an emergency.