Your Triton ring, designed and crafted to exacting quality standards is warranted against imperfection in design, materials or workmanship. Any ring not meeting these standards will be repaired or replaced. Your ring must be sent to TRITON by first contacting Customer Service in order for this warranty to be valid. If any party other than TRITON has worked on your ring, the warranty coverage terminates.
While not wearing your Tungsten Carbide ring, store it separately in a small pouch or bag so it will not scratch other, softer metal jewelry items. To clean your Tungsten Carbide ring, mix a few drops of mild detergent (household soap works well) with warm water, dampen a soft cloth with the mixture and rub the surface of the ring to remove dirt and oil. You can then use a cotton swab to clean any hard to reach grooves or around diamonds. Rinse with warm water and dry with a soft cloth. As with all jewelry, avoid contact with any harsh chemicals including household products such as ammonia, bleach and chlorine. If your Tungsten Carbide ring does come in contact with any of the above chemicals, clean the ring right away using the above cleaning instructions.
Triton’s signature Tungsten Carbide TC.850™ material is featured in its natural state providing a raw, unfinished look.Tungsten Carbide is a uniquely forged metal that is perfect for a man’s active lifestyle. It’s durable, scratch-resistant and will maintain its finish over time with normal use. Triton Tungsten Carbide TC.850™ stands for a formula consisting of approximately 85% Tungsten Carbide, yielding a strong, heavyweight, hypoallergenic and tarnish resistant material. This uniquely forged metal is perfect for a day to day activity. Tungsten Carbide is the most scratch-resistant metal in the jewelry and bridal industries. Triton TC.850™ utilizes exclusive patented nano-technology coatings applied to the surface of the metal using a unique method that results in high scratch-resistance, high wear-resistance, and increased hardness and durability. The patented metal’s micro-grain structure provides tighter, more compressed molecules, creating the best balance between hardness and its lustrous finish. (US PATENT NO. 6,928,734) At 1300 Vickers, or over 8.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, Triton’s Tungsten Carbide TC.850™ is the hardest material available in bands behind a diamond. In comparison, Triton’s Tungsten Carbide TC.850™ is 10 times harder than 18K gold and has substantial, luxurious weight like that of platinum. The materials that combine to make Tungsten Carbide retain their finish over time with normal use. All colors of Tungsten Carbide (black, white, classic gray, yellow & rose) are scratch-resistant.