Why Titanium ring and jewelry?
Titanium is inert.
Titanium has been embraced by the medical world for its superior biocompatibility, and is the preferred material for surgical instruments and implants. Titanium is inert and therefore completely corrosion resistant. It does not react to salt water, sunlight or any body chemistry and Titanium(Deletion) is 100% hypoallergenic. Titanium is the preferred material for surgical tools, implants, pacemaker cases and other internal casings. It won't react with any part of the body, making it a great choice for even those persons most sensitive to other materials. When a person has an allergic reaction when wearing a pair of gold or silver earrings due to the alloys, it is recommended that they switch over to titanium earrings. And unlike silver, titanium will never tarnish!(Deletion) Persons with allergic reactions when wearing gold or silver earrings is recommended to switch over to titanium earrings.
Titanium is extremely durable and strong.
Titanium is more resistant and has the highest strength to weight ratio of ANY known element, which is why 85% of the Space Shuttles structure is titanium. In fact that is why many titanium ring manufacturers have a lifetime warranty.(Deletion) In jewelry applications, titanium's strength allows for design capabilities that were otherwise impossible. For example, tension set rings made with titanium provides maximum security for the stone. Softer materials such as gold, silver and platinum cannot make this claim! In fact, even the softest forms of titanium start with over 30,000 psi tension, much more than platinum.(Deletion) Titanium can be worn throughout active and demanding lifestyles without concern for the excessive wear and tear that would be exhibited by gold and platinum.
Titanium is lightweight.
Only slightly heavier than aluminium with the strength of steel, titanium becomes is the quality standard in all fields. With jewelry, titanium's light weight translates into comfort.
Titanium is proven.
Titanium is the fastest growing category in jewelry history. Without exception, titanium has dominated each and every market arena entered. From sports products like bicycles, tennis rackets, golf clubs, to marine hardware, computer cases and jewelry, titanium symbolizes the new standard for quality and reliability.
Titanium is fashionable.
Titanium provides the stylish rich grey tones of platinum at a much more attractive price. Many designers such as Edward Mirell are designing fashion forward cutting edges styles for titanium jewelry. Titanium is at the forefront in the designer jewelry community. No other metal has experienced such a dramatic rise in popularity as titanium.
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