Carbon fiber mens ring, the lightest material

carbon fiber mens ring

The lightest wedding rings you can imagine.

Just a few years ago, nobody thought of buying a black wedding ring for a wedding, but ideas evolve and change.

Today, more and more people are opting for carbon fiber mens ring. If you are looking for modern rings, different from what is usual, these can be a very good option.

Gold or platinum wedding rings have always been leaders (and still are) since they are eternal metals, but little by little other alternatives have been appearing that have been gaining a place among the preferences of couples.

Thus, steel, titanium and, lately, dark or black wedding rings have started to become popular due to the trend towards the use of more “technological” materials in jewelry and thanks to an increasingly technological manufacturing that produces very high quality pieces.

This union between trend and excellent quality has made carbon fiber mens ring an increasingly used material in the production of wedding rings, becoming an attractive alternative.

Carbon is a chemical element found in nature in different forms, such as graphite or diamond. There is an enormous amount of carbon compounds and it is part of all living things.

The use of carbon as a high-tech material is very attractive as it is unalterable to chemicals and temperature changes, very resistant and extremely light. It is associated with sport and leisure and is also perfect for wedding rings used on a daily basis.

Carbon, black and silky in texture, in combination with white, rose, palladium or platinum gold gives rise to warm, elegant, contemporary and high quality designs, perfect for people looking for new, modern and daring wedding rings.

Depending on the model, they are made from a carbon tube that is bonded with a precious metal such as gold, platinum or palladium, or with a carbon fiber impregnated with epoxy resin that is wrapped around the ring a multitude of times. 

Each ring is unique. The winding of the carbon fiber mens ring in each ring causes very slight surface differences making the finish of a pair of wedding rings not exactly the same and creating each time a unique, personal and unrepeatable piece.