Cave diving arrow crafted from military-grade titanium. Show off your fearless spirit and passion for adventure with this powerful and stylish titanium necklace.
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1x Diving flag titanium pendant
1x Stainless steel L316 ball necklace
1x Authenticity certificate
Dimensions: 1x1 in. / 2.5x2.5 cm
Necklace length: 23.6 in. / 60 cm
Weight: 0.14 oz. / 4g
Expertly crafted from the finest quality titanium available on the market today. Our dog tag is certified for its purity level at an impressive 99.2%, ensuring that you are wearing only the best and most authentic titanium jewelry.
Our advanced engraving process uses precise laser beams to create unique and long lasting designs. Unlike traditional engraving methods, laser engraving allows for a level of precision and detail that is unmatched, giving your dog tag a unique and personalized look.
Boasting a remarkable strength-to-weight ratio, titanium is the revolutionary material that is taking the world by storm. Weighing in at only half the weight of steel, titanium is not only incredibly lightweight, but it's also twice as durable. Used in aero, cosmic and military markets, titanium has proven itself to be a metal that can withstand the toughest conditions.
Titanium is hypoallergenic, making it a perfect choice for those with sensitive skin.
Unlike silver, titanium does not tarnish or turn gray with age, allowing you to wear your jewelry with confidence for years to come.
When it comes to jewelry, nobody wants to see their favorite pieces rusting and losing their luster over time. That's where titanium comes in -the most corrosion resistant metal.
With an fatigue resistance, high crack resistance, and ability to withstand moderately high temperatures without creeping, titanium is widely used in spacecrafts construction.
Titanium is increasingly being used in the production of aircraft, especially in engines. The SR-71 "Blackbird" was one of the first aircrafts made largely from titanium alloys, paving the way for the use of titanium in passenger aircrafts.
Titanium has several times lower thermal conductivity than traditional prosthetic materials, high hardness, mechanical strength, and durability. That's why it is used in dental prosthetics, prostheses, production of surgical tools, and implants.