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Skagen® Men's Watch in Titanium-Plated Stainless Steel

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Skagen® Men's Watch in Titanium-Plated Stainless Steel

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Men's Skagen® watch
Titanium-plated stainless steel case
Titanium-plated stainless steel mesh bracelet with fold-over clasp
Grey dial with silver-tone hands
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Ships in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/05/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
Factory Ship
Ships FREE in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/05/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
Factory Ship
Ships in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/05/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
Factory Ship
Ships FREE in 3-4 business days. Estimated delivery date is 12/05/2014 with ground delivery.  Details.
$145.00

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Product Specifications

Item Number:2019331
Watch Band Material:Stainless Steel
Watch Band Type:Bracelet
Watch Bezel Material:Stainless Steel
Watch Case Material:Stainless Steel
Watch Dial Color:Gray
Watch Dial Shape:Round
Watch Movement:Quartz (Analog)
Watch Band Color:Gray
Watch Style:Fashion

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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.