Joins the Tungsten Revolution

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Online retailer recognizes the current Tungsten craze as exhibited by a rash of specialty websites exclusively featuring Tungsten jewelry.

Tungsten carbide jewelry is here and going to stay. There is a buzz in the jewelry industry about the ever growing Tungsten jewelry market as retailers try and meet the demands of interested customers. As a result, has recently added Tungsten rings and bracelets, including wedding band rings for men, to its product line. The response has been positive as customers are excited by the prospect of a new kind of jewelry.

Tungsten carbide in many ways is superior to its counterparts, silver and gold, as a durable material for use with jewelry. Used in various industries, most notably the military, Tungsten is known for its high melting point as an industrial metal. Combined with the creativity of artistic design Tungsten jewelry has become a perfect synergy of strength and beauty. Particularly popular amongst men Tungsten carbide wedding band rings have become an attractive alternative for grooms and those already married.

"As jewelry Tungsten has the same thing going for it as diamonds in the ability to remain scratch resistant and practically indestructible," say Tom Diep, co-owner of (

There is no doubt that Tungsten is the strongest material used in the making of jewelry. It is some ten times harder than gold and some five times harder than steel. As jewelry it is highly resistant to any of the usual degradation due to long term wear. Tungsten can also maintain a high polish for years. Tungsten ring designs tend to be simple, sophisticated and have a "modern" feel. Given these benefits and attributes Tungsten jewelry can truly be described as the best alternative and in some cases a better choice than traditional jewelry. is an online retail website featuring sterling silver and cubic zirconia jewelry, located in Southern California. Youtube video can be seen at Contact: Derek Belay, Office: 626-571-5874.


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