Are you hesitant to wear your wedding ring because of what you do for work? For example, electricians obviously cannot wear metallic wedding bands to perform their duties or else they'd get shocked all the time! If you're a mechanic, you should avoid wearing your wedding bands in harsh environments, no matter what material it's made of. Whatever your job title is, you should definitely be cautious about the style and material of your wedding ring.
Below are some examples/recommendations of jobs/lifestyles that should be weary of what type of wedding ring to wear:
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Electricians should avoid metallic wedding bands and wedding bands with metals as a bonding agent. Many non-metallic wedding bands may actually have metallic inlays or accents, so electricians need to make sure that their wedding bands are 100% nonmetallic such as black ceramic wood inlay rings.
Mechanics and construction workers should avoid wearing any kind of wedding band during their duties, but we recommend that they definitely avoid precious metals because they scratch very easily. Rings to avoid as a mechanic and construction worker include gold, silver, platinum and even black tungsten wedding rings. These metals scratch very easily and as a mechanic, you are sure to ruin them. We suggest having a targeted approach if you are insistent on wearing a wedding band and to look into a regular tungsten carbide ring. Tungsten carbide wedding bands are the most scratch resistant wedding bands on Earth. Another benefit of tungsten wedding bands is that they can be broken off in case of emergency, which is a more likely scenario as a mechanic or construction worker.
Whether you're a bodybuilder or a marathon runner, we recommend not wearing a wedding band during any kind of physical activity. If you are insistent on wearing a wedding band during your training, similar to a mechanic/construction worker, we recommend having a targeted approach and going with tungsten wedding rings. The reason why tungsten wedding bands are so fantastic for active lifestyles is due to their highly scratch resistant nature, easily replaceable design and breakability in case of emergency.
These job titles have the same safety precautions as athletes, and should seek to avoid highly scratchable rings. Aside from safety, we definitely recommend getting an engraving as a fisherman, hunter or outdoorsman. As a hunter, you may also consider a camo inlay wedding band.
If you are apart of the military, we recommend a heavy duty ring that is also breakable for safety reasons. If you're in the military, you're definitely obligated to take the safe route, but we also carry awesome camo wedding bands to match your attire as a marine, army, airforce or navy personnel.