Titanium, a space-age metal, is used in a wide variety of industrial and commercial applications, including aerospace, sporting equipment, military hardware, watches, eyewear and more. Titanium is as strong and durable as stainless steel but it 45% lighter. It is 60% heavier than aluminum, but twice as strong. Pure titanium is a lustrous gray tone metal with a low density, extraordinary strength and excellent corrosion resistance.
Titanium's strength and durability are ideal for today's active and rugged man. Although polished titanium is susceptible to scratches, it may be easily buffed for a just-like-new appearance.
Titanium's lightweight, durable characteristics and non-corrosive hypoallergenic qualities have made it a very popular metal in jewelry, especially men's rings, fashion jewelry and watches. With its excellent resistance to seawater, titanium is also used by many watchmakers in their high-performance diver's watches.