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Rather than removing a metal wedding ring, married couples appear to be opting for rubberised versions instead.

Found on athletes and those who work with their hands, silicone wedding rings have enjoyed an increase in popularity recently. The manufacturers of these items tout their safety claiming silicone rings are a superior alternative to metal wedding bands in certain situations as they are strong enough to sustain being worn every day but fragile enough to give way and break under pressure. Their low price point also means they can be easily replaced. 

But it begs the question whether silicone wedding bands are necessary in the first place. Why not simply remove a metal ring when engaging in potentially hazardous activity? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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