Tungsten Carbide Recovery Ring
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12 Step Tungsten Carbide Recovery Ring
12 Step Tungsten Carbide Recovery Ring

Tungsten Carbide Recovery Ring

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Part Number:WURRTS40

Beautiful Tungsten Carbide Recovery Ring

Beautifully adorned with Roman Numerals 1 - 12 (representing our twelve steps, traditions, or concepts), this distinctive tungsten carbide ring is perfect for anyone in recovery!

Material: Tungsten Carbide
Dimensions: 8mm wide (.315 inches) wide band
Ring Sizes: Choose from above (Download Sizing Tool)

Be sure to download our sizing tool to assist you in selecting the correct size.
While exchanges are accommodated, please know that shipping and handling expenses to and from our facility are your responsibility and cannot be refunded or credited back to your account.
Hard Facts About Tungsten Carbide Rings:
  • Tungsten rings are the most wear resistant rings available on the planet.
  • Tungsten is about 10 times harder than 18K Gold, 5 times harder than tool steel, and 4 times harder than titanium.
  • Tungsten measures between 8 and 9 on the Mohs hardness scale. (Diamonds are a 10 - the highest.)
  • Due to their extreme hardness, Tungsten Rings will hold their shape and shine longer than any ring on the market.
  • Tungsten rings have been referred to as the "Permanently Polished Rings".
  • Tungsten rings will NOT bend.
5 Stars
Runs a little big, but excellent quality.
If you're trying to decide between this and the three or four other simliar rings that are less expensive, this is the one to get. It's of obvious polished quality and it's significantly heavier than the others. This is my favorite. One thing to note, however, because of the added weight I guess, the sizing is a little particular. I'm a size 9, and I had originally bought the size 9.5 since there is no size 9 option. Even in the summer, when my fingers are a little more swollen, the ring was loose. As it got colder out and my hands got smaller, I could easily shake the ring off and it almost fell off a few times while riding my bike. I ended up buying another - the 8.5 - and this is a much better fit. I imagine in the summer it might feel a little tight, but I'd rather that then potentially lose the larger ring in the winter. I'm saving the 9.5 to give to a larger-handed friend. So in summary it's a great ring but make sure you know your ring size and if you're a 9 like me get the 8.5 not the 9.5. Enjoy!
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Reviewed by:  from Philadelphia PA. on 11/29/2012

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