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Skagen® Titanium Men's Watch

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Men's Skagen® watch
Black titanium case and bezel
Black titanium mesh bracelet with fold-over clasp
Round black dial
Interior printed minute track
Date display
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Ships in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/11/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
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Ships FREE in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/11/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
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$175.00

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Product Specifications

Item Number:2008929
Watch Band Material:Titanium
Watch Band Type:Bracelet
Watch Bezel Material:Titanium
Watch Calendar Type:Day, Date
Watch Case Material:Titanium
Watch Dial Color:Black
Watch Dial Shape:Rectangle
Watch Movement:Quartz (Analog)
Watch Band Color:Black
Watch Style:Casual

All jewelry has been enlarged to show beauty of detail.


Titanium


First know as Manachite, Titanium was first discovered by William Gregor in 1791 and was later classified by Martin Heinrich Klaproth, an Austrian chemist, as a new element. He named it after the Greek Gods-The Titans.


Titanium has superior structural integrity and is 3x stronger than steel. Titanium is very light weight (1/3 as much as gold). Although a very hard and durable metal, titanium can still be scratched by abrasive materials like rocks or hardened steel tools.


Titanium also plays a role in gems. Traces of titanium dioxide impurities cause the asterism phenomenon in Star Sapphires and Rubies. Blue sapphires can get their blue color from traces of titanium as well.