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    ALPHA 45MM SOLID TITANIUM CASE 5 ATM PILOT MANS WATCH WITH BLACK DIAL

    Item No.: 7712-HZ1109 (BLACK)
    Category: Sporting

    Description:

    ALPHA 45MM SOLID TITANIUM CASE 5 ATM PILOT MAN'S WATCH

    MOVEMENT : Hand winding movement with 17 jewels 

    Case : Solid Titanium Case & Back with scratch proof hardened minereal Crystal

  • ( SEE-THRU BACK CASE )

  • 5 ATM Water Resistant (ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE)

  •  (EVERY WATCH HAVE INDIVIDUAL SERIAL CODE. LIMITED EDITION FOR ONLY 500PCS ) 

    Dial : Black dial

    SIZE : 45MM WITHOUT THE CROWN, LUGS TO LUGS 52MM

    Strap : 22MM BLACK NYLON BAND  (with 6 adjust hole)

    WEIGHT : 68g

    length : 9 inchs

    THICKNESS : 12.5MM

    CONDITION : BRAND NEW

  • WARRANTY : 1 YEAR

    Titanium (Ti) was discovered in 1791 by William Gregor, an amateur geologist and pastor in Cornwall, England. The titanium oxide was independently rediscovered in 1795 by German chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth. He named it for the Titans of Greek mythology.

     

     

    Metal form titanium is high corrosion resistance, light in weight but great tensile strength. It is as strong as steel but 45% lighter. Its corrosion resistance is comparable to platinum. Melting point over 1,649 degrees Celsius,titanium is a good refractory metal which is resistant to heat, acid and wear.

     

    Beginning from the 1950s, the Soviet Union pioneered the use of titanium in military application, particularly in submarines and high performance jets. During the Cold War period, titanium was considered as a strategic material by the U.S government.

    Today, titanium is widely used in many industries, such as aerospace, architecture, medical,

    military and watch making.