8.00 Inch 8.00mm Titanium & Black Ceramic Men's Bracelet
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Titanium has many potent qualities that have allowed it to become one of the most diverse metals in the world. It has been used to send space shuttles soaring, allowed submarines to plunge to unheard of depths and is the preferred substance for refined surgical tools in the medical world. The mighty Titanium only continues to add onto to its impressive roster into the new millennium. Why Titanium? If there were a warrior in the jewelry world, it would be Titanium. Duly noted for its strength, beauty, nobility, purity and resilience, this metal is certainly making an inspiring mark in the world today. Strength: Named after the Greek Titans who were known for their superior strength, Titanium boasts the highest strength to density ratio of all metals. It has the amazing strength of steel wrapped into a feather weight package. Beauty: Titanium has a gorgeous luster that comes in several tones of gray. Other metals pale in comparison and there are virtually no other metals that feature shades quite like the ones found in Titanium. Nobility: Titanium is the first noble element that has been found in 3,000 years! Although it has only been around since 1791, had it been found first, it would have certainly already earned rankings as prestigious as its counterparts platinum and gold. Purity: Because of its 99% commercial purity, Titanium is considered a hard metal. Because the metal is so good at its job of holding stones, standing up against everyday wear and tear and maintaining its luster, many jewelers offer lifetime guarantees on their Titanium products. Resilience: Titanium has corrosion resistance that has never been seen before, especially to the element oxygen, which is known to oxidize many other metals. Consequently it will maintain its stunning appearance for a lifetime and longer. Because of these unique properties, Titanium's popularity in the jewelry world has begun to soar in recent years.