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Here you will find the whole titanium ring collection. Titanium is lightweight, very strong and hypoallergenic. Use the menus to filter our large selection based on your preferences. Each product description page features a handy guide to your ring size.
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Titanium, the modern gentleman's ringTitanium is a relatively new material in the manufacturing of jewellery and it has become more and more popular. Titanium also has some unique characteristics that make it very suitable for the production of rings.
The precise composition of titanium can vary a little. Simply put, you can use "pure titanium" that is at least 99.2% pure or aircraft grade titanium whose purity hovers around 90% with the balance being basically aluminium.
Trendhim sells exclusively a minimum of 99.2% titanium. ("pure titanium" )
Facts about titanium rings
- Titanium is hypoallergenic, biocompatible, which means that it cannot cause any allergic reactions, so it is therefore particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin or metal allergies.
- Titanium has the highest strength to weight ratio as compared to all other metals.
- Titanium offers the wearer a great feeling and comfortable ring .
- Titanium is very strong and much harder to scratch than a steel ring.
- Titanium rings are very resistant to corrosion even when exposed to salt water.
- Because titanium is so strong, it might be a challenge to resize the ring.
Finding the ring size.
At Trendhim we show the inner circumference in mm, the US and the UK size for the rings we offer. For example, we’ll show ring size 62 / 10 / T ¹/₂, which means the ring has a circumference of 62mm, US ring size 10 and UK ring size T ¹/₂.
Here's an easy method to measure your ring size:
1. Twice around your finger, tie a thin string.
2. Put a line so that both strings will show a mark.
3. Measure the distance between the two marks, that is your C number.