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Platinum vs Titanium

The eternal debate: platinum vs. titanium wedding rings. It's a question as old as time. Well, maybe not as old as time, but at least as old as the invention of these two metals. And while both have their pros and cons.

Platinum is a dense and heavy metal and is a lot rarer than Titanium. Titanium is a light, strong metal that is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio. It is a relatively common metal that is used in a variety of applications due to its strength and corrosion resistance.

In terms of durability, both platinum and titanium are known for their strength and resistance to wear and tear. However, platinum is generally considered to be more durable than titanium. Platinum is a dense metal that is resistant to scratching, and it maintains its lustre and shine over time. Titanium is also quite resistant to scratching and wear, but it is not as dense as platinum, so it may not be as resistant to damage.

In terms of price, platinum is a rare, precious metal, so it is generally more expensive than titanium. The price of platinum is also influenced by market demand and supply, which can fluctuate over time. In contrast, titanium is a more common metal, so it is generally less expensive than platinum.

In terms of appearance, platinum has a bright, silvery-white colour that does not tarnish over time. It is often used to make jewellery that has a classic, timeless look. Titanium has a darker, more subdued colour that is similar to stainless steel. It is often used to make jewellery that has a more modern, industrial look.

Finally, both platinum and titanium are hypoallergenic, meaning they are unlikely to cause an allergic reaction in people with sensitive skin. However, platinum is generally considered to be more hypoallergenic than titanium, as it is less likely to contain impurities or alloys that could cause an allergic reaction.

So which one to choose? Take the overall look and your desired price range into consideration and you can't take a step wrong!

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