Black tungsten rings are also quite popular but beware of durabililty concerns with specifically black tungsten as it is a plated ring.
Since black rings will vary depending on the material you choose, the positives and negatives will vary. Your black ring design will also depend heavily on your personal tastes. You might want an affordable metal or more complex band designs. No matter which band you pick, there are a few universal pros that are known between all of our black bands.
For starters, black metal rings don't break or scratch easily. A black band is made with durable materials. You have to exert a lot of effort to break a black tungsten carbide ring. A black tungsten wedding band has incredible strength but can shatter with enough pressure.
Like a black tungsten ring, our black ceramic rings have properties that also make them naturally difficult to damage too. These black wedding rings aren't as prone to accidental damage as other traditional ring bands because of a higher Mohs hardness scale. They aren't rings that require extraordinary care or protection. Black rings are extremely scratch resistant as long as powerful tools aren't damaging its surface. As a result, these rings are great for active lifestyles.
Black metal engagement rings are also known for their hypoallergenic properties. If you have metal hypersensitivities to the more traditional options, your safest option to avoid allergic reactions is to get a black ring. You don't have to worry about the outer surface triggering your metal allergies. In the case of carbon fiber wedding bands, the organic polymers isn't likely to trigger an allergic reaction.
A black engagement ring is also a very affordable option. Metals for wedding rings like gold and meteorite are our most expensive options. They're also seen as the more traditional pick. When you settle with a black tungsten, ceramic, or carbon fiber ring, you're looking at beautiful jewelry at an affordable price.