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Comparing Titanium and Tungsten weddings bands

Hypoallergenic
Here is the exact same concern as buying silver jewelry to a few people:  Will I be allergic for the jewelry?  In general, titanium jewelry is  virtually safe to wear for everybody.  Yet, some tungsten carbide  jewelry contains the element cobalt that some people are allergic to.   Interesting, another form of tungsten alloy using nickel like a binder  metal is hypoallergenic, even going to those who are allergic to nickel.

Weight
Titanium is lighter than tungsten, or more precisely, carries a lower  density.  Titanium alloys are about 43% lighter than stainless-steel and  tungsten carbide is approximately 90% heavier than steel.