Which metal should I wear?

Iron Pyrite

Stainless steel is very popular in men's jewellery due to its durability and affordability. It is resistant to tarnish, corrosion and scratches, making it ideal for most lifestyles.

Tungsten jewellery, being twice as tough as steel is ideal for those who want toughness. It only lends itself to minimalist styled jewellery. It is used mostly to make rings but also some bracelets and pendants, and is highly scratch resistant.

Titanium is perfect for those with an active lifestyle. It's light weight means it won't annoyingly bang against you when you're active in sport, yet it is strong enough to withstand the vigor's of your play.
It is hypoallergenic, so it can be worn by anyone with sensitive skin and since it is none reactive to chemicals, your sweat, shower gels, soaps and swims in the sea won't affect it. It has a raw metal luster that appeals particularly to men.

Sterling Silver is mostly used in men's minimalist and modern jewellery. It's easily distinguishable tone is created by the fact silver is the highest light reflective element on Earth, hence it's lighter silver tone than other metals. It adds high-end style to your look at an affordable price, compared to gold.

Copper. Do you suffer from aching wrists or ankles? A copper bangle is ideal if you do. I have to admit I don't understand the science behind it but copper is well known for its ability to relieve aches and pains in joints. Besides that, you'll be surprised how good it will look on you, and you'll stand out as a fashion leader, as not many men are wearing copper jewellery yet. Its just starting to catch on with men.

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