Another feature you with find in the best quality tungsten rings is asymmetry, meaning one side of the ring looks the same as the other side of the ring. Low quality wholesale tungsten jewelry plug lack asymmetry. For example, if a tungsten ring is supposed to have beveled edges, make sure the bevel on one side is equally as wide as the other bevel. Another example would be if a tungsten ring is supposed to have a brushed stripe in the center of the ring.
Make sure it is not off centered, unless it is intentionally designed that way. Rings showing signs of asymmetry mean the manufacturer is using machinists that do not have enough experience making tungsten rings. The reason the manufacturer would hire these unqualified workers is because the manufacturer is trying to cut costs by paying lower wages to less experienced workers. If you are interested in a tungsten carbide ring that has a satin finish, brushed finish or any other finish besides a polished finish, pay attention to the finish itself. Make sure the finish is even and precise. For example, if a ring has a brushed finish in the center and the edges are polished, take a look at where the brushed finish meets the polished finish and make sure you can see a straight line all around the ring where the two finishes meet. Finishes that show signs of inconsistencies are an indication of shoddy equipment and/or inexperienced labor. As i mentioned earlier, inexperienced labor usually command a lower wage, which helps lower costs for the manufacturer, and using bad equipment or not properly maintaining equipment is yet another way for manufacturers to cut costs, but it adversely affects product quality.