Finally, a Ring a Man Will Love to Wear

The long awaited arrival of rings with a masculine appeal is here with an explosion of durable, lightweight, design. Titanium rings, embedded with wood and stone fit men’s’ hands and lifestyle like a glove. Design possibilities are infinite for men like they have never been before. The introduction of multiple choices featuring custom images and design creations representing passions, culture, and scenery are handmade with intricate skill, by men, for men. True, working with titanium is a tough-guy profession, even dangerous at times, yet the rings come out looking sophisticated and elegant.

Perhaps the most groundbreaking evolution in the jewelry industry in recent years, inlaid titanium rings cross demographic boundaries like no other predecessor, catching the eye of men and women of every age, background, and belief. Geographically, a world-wide response is apparent with people from every corner of the earth ordering from one company stationed in the middle of the Pacific Ocean on the Big Island of Hawaii. The first inlays from this company were Koa wood rings, collected from fallen trees and branches from around the island, with nothing but good intentions to preserve this prized and historical Hawaiian tree. The growth began there, opening doors to the imagination in machinists who used to make turbo chargers and power boosters from the same machines.

Stone and mineral inlays now equal wood inlay ring sales and the combination has surpassed both. Birthstones, astrological stones, power stones; one person has many whether they choose to decorate their hand or to manipulate the energy in their lives. Men are especially interested in the navy blue Lapis or the forest green Malachite set next to a rich dark wood.

Diamonds are no longer reserved for the women’s ring; men can now wear a diamond ring possessing masculinity that no one would challenge. The added bonuses are comfort and security with the chances of losing the diamond from its setting being close to impossible. The diamonds are flush with the surface of the ring and protected from the elements with a secret process that each company holds dear. There are few laws regarding jewelery design copyright, and they are hard to enforce in the United States, pressuring the pioneering companies to update their research and improve techniques with top-secret classification to set themselves apart from the mass-produced replicas.

Here are some important questions to ask when purchasing quality titanium jewelry to insure the company is trustworthy and honest:

1. Where does the company get their titanium? Most companies are buying titanium “blanks” by the thousands from China. Make sure your company does not out-source.

2. Are the wood and stone inlays real? Most companies also use laminates and faux stone.

3. Does the company guarantee their work? Look for a company with a 30 day money back guarantee and lifetime refinishing policy; this will be needed in the future especially if your man works with his hands.

The embedded titanium ring industry has introduced a new frontier for men to explore on their own terms and conditions, and spouses everywhere are relieved to see their men wearing their rings with pride

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