The name tungsten makes you think of strength. If you are thinking about getting a tungsten wedding ring, you are on the path to one of the best decisions you could make.
Tungsten carbide scores about 9.0 on the Mohs hardness scale, making it harder than gold or platinum. That translates to hundreds or even thousands of scratches you would get on your gold wedding ring that would not even show on your tungsten wedding ring. This makes it a great choice of wedding ring material for people who work with their hands.
Tungsten is the hardest metal on earth, making it virtually impossible to scratch. The only downside to purchasing a tungsten wedding ring is they are unable to be resized. So make sure you have double checked your wedding ring finger to ensure you get the correct size.
The toughness of tungsten rings makes them an excellent option for an environment like a workshop. A tungsten carbide ring will resist being bent out of shape until it shatters, keeping your finger safe.
Tungsten rings are relatively effort free when it comes to keeping their polish, unlike other metals used for wedding rings.