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Well, I was already formulating my comment after seeing the title----before I even started the video. And you covered my comment! As soon as I saw "titanium" I was going to say, and will still say it: Too light. Diver, dress or fashion watch, titanium is too light. Now maybe for a sport watch where the aim is weight reduction, titanium might work----but on the other hand, rubber, silicone, plastic works even better for a sport watch than a titanium bracelet. Look at the Timex Ironman or Casio G Shock----resin trumps titanium. I guess maybe if someone wants a sport watch that they can keep on their wrist, get dressed and go out on the town----titanium might be nice. But damn, now were slicing into a niche of a niche. I'm just not into titanium for watches I guess. Or for rings. I want to feel weight. Recommendation: Try getting a solid tungsten watch with a solid tungsten bracelet. I know you're partial to Seiko and I'm not sure what they offer, if anything----but look around and if Seiko doesn't have it, look elsewhere. I think you'd love that if you haven't already had one. Tungsten rocks.
January 07, 2017 at 07:29 AM
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