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"Tungsten" how strong is it ?

"Tungsten" how strong is it ?

Tungsten carbide, also referred to simply as tungsten, is a very hard, strong and durable metal. It’s also quite heavy.Tungsten has a characteristic unique to this special metal – tungsten is highly scratch resistant. Unlike gold, platinum and even titanium, tungsten rings do not scratch with everyday wear like the other metals do. It is technically possible to scratch tungsten, though only with objects that are harder than tungsten. So that leaves diamonds, sapphires, rubies and ceramic. Though unless you dragged the tip of a loose diamond along the tungsten, the metal will stay scratch resistant. Having a wedding band that’s scratch resistant offers a lot of advantages. Tungsten always looks new and bright and shiny. Tungsten offers what’s referred to as a permanent polish, which means that it doesn’t need to be re-polished. So, it doesn’t need the polishing maintenance that gold, platinum and titanium rings do. Tungsten stands up to the wear that even the roughest husbands can dish-out, making it a popular choice for men’s wedding rings. Tungsten has an appealing color which almost all men like. The tungsten color is a grey-white color, similar to that of white gold or titanium. Tungsten is particularly popular in men’s wedding rings. The range of tungsten jewellery is generally more restricted than for other metals. Tungsten rings cannot be resized (as tungsten can’t be cut and resoldered), so it’s important to have your finger size accuratley measured before buying a tungsten ring.

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2016 Mens Ring Etiquette

2016 Mens Ring Etiquette

Once you’ve taken care of the engagement ring and mastered the art of getting down on one knee, it’s time to check off another important milestone in the wedding process. Yep, it’s time to go back to the jeweller. But don’t pass out just yet, guys. This time it’s all about you, and it most likely won’t be your pocketbook that’s taking the hit. Generally, if you’ve paid for your fiancée’s engagement ring and wedding band, the common etiquette suggests that she’ll cover your wedding band.

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Dad's perfect gift

Dad's perfect gift

Looking for that perfect mens gift, our stainless steel mens ring inscribed DAD is perfect for the bloke who's difficult to buy for.

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Engagement rings for men... really?

Engagement rings for men... really?

In some countries it is common for both men and women to wear engagement rings. The rings are often in the form of a plain band of a precious metal. Sometimes, the engagement ring eventually serves as the wedding ring for the man. In Brazil, for example, the groom and bride-to-be usually wear a plain wedding band on the right hand during the course of their engagement.[After the wedding, the band is moved to the left hand. In Argentina, it is also known for the groom and bride-to-be to wear a plain silver band on the left hand while engaged. Then, after the wedding the silver band is either replaced with the wedding ring or moved to the right hand.

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Go leather style 2017

Go leather style 2017

Massive leather cuffs have been a thing of the past for a long time – and that’s not even mentioning the styles that have metal studs on them either. These bracelets are reckless, worn and sometimes even emit a dirty appearance. However, a lot of men like them because they offer a kind of masculinity that isn’t always found in mens jewellery and accessories.

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History of the wedding ring

History of the wedding ring

The double-ring ceremony

The double-ring ceremony, or use of wedding rings for both partners, is a 20th-century American innovation but has been used elsewhere before. The US jewelry industry started a marketing campaign aimed at encouraging this practice in the late 19th century. In the 1920s, ad campaigns tried introducing a mens engagement ring, but it failed due to the necessity that its advertising campaigns make secret appeals to women. Marketing lessons of the 1920s, changing economic times, and the workplace impact of the war led to a more successful marketing campaign for male and female wedding bands, and by the late 1940s, double-ring ceremonies made up 80% of all weddings, as opposed to 15% before the depression. Rising expectations of equality between the sexes in nearly all spheres of life during the 20th century cemented the trend, and double-wedding ring ceremonies remain preponderant in the US in the 21st century, causing some orthodox religious authorities to struggle to harmonize their single-ring traditions with couples' desire for a double-ring ceremony.

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Honey, Ive lost my ring !!

Honey, Ive lost my ring !!

Shit happens. I’ve lost track of the number of inquiries from men who have lost their wedding bands. Many men have lost their bands within the first year of marriage. In fact, if you are a married and still have your original wedding band, we applaud you.

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How is White Gold made ?

How is White Gold made ?

The purest form of gold is, of course, golden and is referred to as 24 karat gold. Pure gold is much too soft for use in jewellery and can even be dented by simply pressing your fingernail hard against it. Needless to say, daily wear, particularly for things like rings and bracelets, would see such jewellery bent and deformed quite quickly. So the gold must be made more durable by mixing it with another kind of metal or metals, creating a gold alloy.

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M.U.J..."BLACK" is the new gold

M.U.J..."BLACK" is the new gold

In 2016, you can forget the "grandpa" gold wedding band, step it up with the new range of BLACK tungsten, titanium or stainless men's wedding rings..

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MAN UP Biker Rings

MAN UP Biker Rings

The Biker Ring, not to every bodies taste but certainly makes a statement. A grunty ring that would suit a Harley rather than a moped, but a great look beefed up with a steel bracelet, masculine choice in pendant and the leather jacket..

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Men's Ring Sizing

Men's Ring Sizing

Having difficulty in trying to understand how to measure your ring size. Not an uncommon problem, coupled with the numerous sizing charts and country sizing differences.

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Mens jewellery trends in Australia

Mens jewellery trends in Australia

Men generally don't tend to be the best at matching colors or just don't care to invest a ton of time into picking out an outfit. So, this 2016 jewelry trend is definitely in our favor. You can get ready for the club with the boys or a dinner date with the lady in a matter of seconds. The 2017 trends for mens jewellery are all about creating your own look with individual pieces that make an impact simply by not matching. You can officially wear all of your favorite bracelets from www.manupjewellery.com.au, even if they are polar opposites.

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Mens Leather Bracelets

Mens Leather Bracelets

Leather is very elegant and stylish material. Anything made from genuine leather is an indicator of quality. A man wearing a leather bracelet is one who appreciates quality workmanship and natural fabrics. Leather bracelets are extremely versatile and go pretty much with every kind of outfit. They can be dyed or natural, so make sure that the color of your bracelet is found at least more time again your look.

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Mens Rings - Online Vs Retail

Mens Rings - Online Vs Retail

These are the top five reasons to shop online. Many people browse through popular ecommerce stores and search engines to find whatever they are looking for. While there are some disadvantages to buying products online, there are many more advantages and benefits. These are the top five reasons to shop online.

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Mens Signet Rings

Mens Signet Rings

Many British men wear a signet ring on the little finger of the left hand, which is considered to be the correct place for it.

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Mens Style

Mens Style

You're probably reading this right now because the idea of wearing jewellery interests you, but you've never felt too comfortable with your ability to pull it off successfully. Or, like sandles, you don't believe a dude can rock a bracelet and are here to tell me to shove it and that I should start building wooden survival shelters with my bare hands like a real man. But, regardless of your reasons, understand this: a guy can wear jewellery with style and not have shoulder length hair, mysteriously brooding good looks, a tattoo sleeve, and a penchant for The Break Beat Poets.

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Mens Titanium Ring's

Mens Titanium Ring's

Titanium men's rings, are known for their strength – even car manufacturers have used it for their engines (as well as tungsten). Out of all the metals, including tungsten rings, titanium has the highest ratio between density and strength. It too is stronger than steel, but is much lighter. Titanium rings have corrosion resistance against oxygen, so it lasts long. It isn’t that resistant to scratches and scuffs, so that’s definitely something to keep in mind while shopping for your men’s jewellery as well as titanium bracelets. If you want bling that will stay shiny for decades to come, tungsten rings is the winner. If you accidentally run your ring over in the driveway, no worries – it will still be as good as new. Neither tungsten rings nor titanium rings have reaction to your skin (as long as there is no cobalt). You don’t have to worry about titanium rings or tungsten rings bending over time, but there is a difference in weight; titanium rings have a lighter metal than tungsten rings.

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Mens Wedding Ring Options

Mens Wedding Ring Options

When it’s time to shop for the ring, there’s usually one in mind. It’s beautiful, it’s sparkly, and it’s usually for her. But it’s time to shine the spotlight on the flip side – what about men’s wedding rings?!

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Mens Wedding rings and wedding bands in Australia

Mens Wedding rings and wedding bands in Australia

Whether its gold rings in 10K, 14K, 18K yellow or white, the ultimate platinum men's wedding band, or the alternative and cost effective, mens tungsten ring or titanium wedding band, man up jewellery can assist you in getting the perfect mens ring for the big day. available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane - online

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Online jewellery shopping

Online jewellery shopping

So your a little undecided on buying that piece of jewellery online, looks like a great ring, bracelet or pendant but im not sure whether they look as good in real.

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Our Ring Sizer App

Our Ring Sizer App

After hours of pondering that perfect gift for the special man in your life, who seems to have everything, you have your "light bulb" moment and decide on the perfect piece of men's jewellery for him. 

A tungsten, titanium, stainless steel or even sterling silver ring, something he can wear, show off and cherish as a perfect gift.

But what size do I buy ?, the last thing I want to buy is a ring that doesn't fit, even if I can exchange it for the correct size later.

Our simple to use ring sizer app is easy to download, even easier to use and the app will accurately measure the internal diameter of any ring you place on it.

If you have an i Phone or i Pad you can quickly and accurately measure a ring you may already have that fits perfectly, this is a great way to get your significant others ring size in secret for that perfect gift.

Once the app is downloaded simply following the steps on our website found on our size chart page.

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Pendants

Pendants

Mens pendants are probably the most understated piece of jewellery a male can wear. Prominently placed around the neck, chest area its unavoidable to notice for anybody your talking to.

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Stainless.. What??

Stainless.. What??

Stainless Steel 316L, Steel or Stainless, all terms to name some of the most unique and wearable men's rings on the market today. The variety, style, colour and cut are endless. At such an affordable price the stainless steel ring can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Having a ready selection of rings on hand should be as common place as matching socks and shoes. A unique design for each day of the week adds a twist to a day in the office.  

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Sterling Silver Rings.. an old sckool favourite

Sterling Silver Rings.. an old sckool favourite

    Sterling silver men's rings are a popular option for those seeking white metal rings who don’t have the budget for platinum, white gold or palladium. Sterling silver’s natural malleability lends itself well to a number of designs, giving silver rings the hand made, old sckool look and fee.

What is Sterling Silver?

  • Sterling silver is specifically an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% alloying material by mass.

  • Most items of sterling silver jewellery are hypoallergenic depending on the alloy used, the most common alloying material being copper.

  • Not only is sterling silver hypoallergenic, but silver has antibacterial properties, and can be used as a preventative measure against infection.

  • Silver was once considered by ancient peoples to be second in value only to gold.

  • Due to silver’s extreme malleability, sterling silver rings are easily resized

 

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The Humble Mens Ring

The Humble Mens Ring

Far from just an indicator that you’re off the market, rings can be mixed and matched to suit a series of different spring/summer get-ups. While plain gold, rose gold and silver cuffs work well, rings in the same metals tend to look too much like wedding bands.

Instead, try opting for designs cast from oxidised silver, brushed brass and zinc, or go for styles in gold, rose gold and silver that are engraved, feature cut-out/lattice effects or have plaited inserts so as to shake off the matrimonial connotations.

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The Wedding Proposal

The Wedding Proposal

You've found the right person. You've found the right ring. Now you have to find the right moment to pop the question.

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Thumb Rings

Thumb Rings

Thumb rings have a slightly outlandish feel to people who come from conventional North American culture, but they’re actually reasonably common world-wide. In most societies a thumb ring on a man is a sign of wealth or influence, and they tend to be broad or bulky to reflect that (also to fit comfortably on the thumb, of course).

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Why is Platinum so $$$$$$

Why is Platinum so $$$$$$

Diamonds are women’s best friend’ a saying we have all heard and most of us has encountered it, but what about Platinum? Who’s friend Platinum is? Should I say rich people or very rich people.

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