Metal & Care

Titanium

Titanium is a lightweight minimal dark grey metal.

  • It is very lightweight, has excellent corrosion resistance and high impact toughness.
  • Icebow uses grade 2 titanium in the use of their rings.
  • Titanium can be found in meteorites, the moon and some stars.
  • It is the ninth most abundant element of the earths crust.
  • Titanium is also hypoallergenic.
  • The color of the ring stays the same over time.
  • Resistant to corrosion in sea water and chlorine.
  • Lasts Forever.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a white metal similar in appearance to white gold.

  • Robust metal with excellent corrosion resistance and high impact toughness.
  • Used in building the toughest constructions on Earth.
  • Stainless steel is also hypoallergenic and used in medicine.
  • The color of the ring stays the same over time.
  • Resistant to corrosion in sea water and chlorine.
  • Lasts Forever.

Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber is a polymer and is sometimes known as graphite fiber.

  • It is a very strong material that is also very lightweight.
  • It is 10 times stronger than steel.
  • It has a natural black appearance similar to wood texture.
  • It has become a popular addition to jewelry due to the contrast of colors with metals and its durability and hardness.
  • Carbon fiber is also hypoallergenic.

Ceramic

Ceramic is a white semi-liquid material that can be colored. It takes shape after being fired at high temperatures.

  • High melting points (so they're heat resistant).
  • Great hardness and strength, however if stroked on similar hard material there are chances of fracturing it.
  • Durability making them long-lasting and hard-wearing.
  • Ceramic is also hypoallergenic.
  • Used from art to health sciences.

Metal Care

All materials don't require much maintenance and are really easy to clean, just use warm water and mild soap and dry off with a cloth or tissue.

Cubic Zirconia

Cubic zirconia is a clear sparkling and shiny stone.

  • Crystallographically isometric diamond simulate.
  • Not resistant to sea water and chlorine.

Caring

Just use warm water with mild soap and use a soft toothbrush to clean gently the stones. Rinse under water and wipe with a cloth. All shiny and bright again!