Titanium, one of the lightest metals. No such thing as a perfect metal that is superior in every situation - it all depends on what you want in a ring.
It is a silver-coloured metal (with properties of extreme hardness and durability) is alloyed with other metals, to form aircraft or commercial pure grade, for use in jewelry. Toughness, strength and durability - sought after qualities in men’s wedding bands. .
Titanium (ranking 6) is twice the strength of aluminium and just as strong as steel, but approximately 45% lighter than steel. Titanium is not as scratch-resistant as Tungsten and might become deformed when put under pressure. However, it is more crack-resistant than Tungsten.
Although stronger than steel, Titanium is a true lightweight, eerily so. It is biocompatible, meaning that it is non-toxic and hypoallergenic – suitable for those with allergies to other metals (that is why it is used in the medical field for surgical implants). Can be removed in emergency situations by cutting it with a jeweller's saw.
Titanium rings will not tarnish but will get scratched from harder materials, like Tungsten. These scratches can be removed by a jeweller. Try Titanium if you want something light, hypoallergenic, crack-resistant and corrosion free.