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Titanium Chronograph Watches

Author: James Manning

Renowned as the most comfortable watch metal around, titanium is lightweight, easy to care for, and is currently the hottest fashion choice in watches. Titanium Chronograph Watches are favorites among watch connoisseurs and those who enjoy the finer things in life.

Much the way that marble always feels cool, metals also have specific standing temperatures. When we put these metals against our skin, our thermal receptors respond to the new stimuli (the metal); cooler metal quickly draws heat from our warm skin, and the thermal receptors send a message to the brain reporting that the metal is cold. It is the sudden change in temperature - not the metal itself - that dictates thermal comfort.

Although all metals conduct heat efficiently, stainless steel, aluminum, and gold conduct heat much more rapidly than titanium. This quick heat conduction creates a noticeable feeling of cold when the metal is touched to our skin. In very warm temperatures, such as in hot summer sunlight, the metal quickly absorbs the outside air temperature, and increases the temperature of the metal causing a watch to be extremely uncomfortable. In the same way that a spoon left inside a saucepan will quickly take on the temperature of the pot boiling on the stove, so too will many metals when in contact with a very warm environment.

Titanium watches do not experience such a dramatic heat transfer, due to the fact that titanium is a less efficient heat conductor. Ultimately, this makes for a far more comfortable watch: The wearer of a titanium watch does not feel sudden cold or extreme heat based on outside temperature; titanium retains its neutral temperature for much longer than most other metals. HOT FASHION
Scientific information about heat transfer is all well and good, but perhaps the number one reason why so many people choose titanium watches is because of their beautiful look and continual, long-wearing comfort. No matter why you think they're cool, titanium watches are a hot fashion choice everyone can agree on.


Citizen Eco-Drive BL5350-59 Perpetual Calendar Titanium Chronograph Watch

Citizen is the leader in the field of production ecology-friendly timepieces equipped with its revolutionary Eco-Drive technology that absorbs natural or artificial light to make the watch run continuously for a lifetime of use.

Citizen Eco-Drive Titanium Chronograph Watche never need a battery, a really advantageous feature. If your watch is put away where no light is available to it while in a fully charged state, depending on the model, it will run for 45 days to 5 years.

The Citizen Eco-Drive BL5350-59 Perpetual Calendar is a solar-powered watch that is both stylish and eco-friendly. A perpetual calendar is an extremely elaborate complication that keeps track of the day, month, date, length of the month and for leap years without the need for manual correction until the year 2100. You’ll never have to touch the calendar once it has been set.

The Citizen BL5350-59 Titanium Chronogaraph Watch is completely made of titanium – the weight is super light for its size and yet feels heavy duty. It’s a large watch that you don’t feel on the wrist. The case is well finished. Bracelet feels strong. Bracelet is adjusted by removing full or half links, don’t lose those little inserts in the links or you are screwed. Solid end links and no overall rattle to the watch. A combo of brushed and polished finish gives it a nice shiny look.

The Citizen Eco-Drive BL5350-59 Perpetual Calendar watch has a case diameter of 44 mm with a case thickness of 12.5 mm. Yet, this watch only comes in at a weight of 58 grams thanks to it’s titanium finish. It is also a chronograph and has a stopwatch with a resolution of 1/20th of a second, capable of measuring elapsed times up to 23 hours, 59 minutes, and 59.95 seconds.

Boasting the precision of quartz movement, this dress chronograph watch features a polish titanium navy blue unidirectional rotating bezel with silver-tone border and numbers. The watch also features a dark blue dial with easy-to-read brushed silver-tone hands and markers, as well as an analog date display. Lume on the hands is blue, markers a blue green, the hands lume outshines the marker lume but is fine, not super bright but does last all night. Very easy to read piece despite being a busy dial with lots of functions and function markers on the outer chapters from about 4 to 8. Water resistant to 100 meters.


Citizen Men's Eco-Drive Titanium Perpetual Calendar Chronograph Watch

Author: cheaphdtv

The Eco-Drive Perpetual Calendar features a titanium case and bracelet. The timepiece features a 1/20 second chronograph that measures up to 60 minutes, 12/24 time, dual time, alarm, date indicator, and power saver function. Additional features include an inner calendar, which automatically adjusts to the proper date as well as leap years through the year 2100. Independent hour hand adjustment makes changing time zones simple and precise.

Technical Details Citizen Titanium Chronograph Watch

- Ecologically friendly, light powered Eco-Drive Caliber E812 Japanese-quartz movement; Charges in natural sunlight or indoor light
- Max power reserve: 120 - 270 days with Power Save; Low charge warning: 5 days; Charge time from stop state to max charge: Incandescent Light - 43 hrs, Outdoors, Cloudy (10,000 Lux) - 12 hrs, Outdoors, Sunny (100,000 Lux) - 4 hrs
- Perpetual calendar; Chronograph, unidirectional rotating bezel
- Easy to use alarm function; Date feature at 4 o'clock
- Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)


Perrelet Automatic Tourbillon Titanium Watch

Author: Ariel Adams

I think Perrelet Titanium Watch got it smack dab n the middle between formal and sport watches with this Automatic Tourbillon watch in titanium (and 18k rose gold). A few years ago it would have been absurd to mix gold and titanium, and today looking at this watch, the harmony seems almost natural.
With what could be described as a very Jaquet Droz inspired dial layout, the face of this watch has an off-center dial with a large, nicely made tourbillon serving as the small seconds. No nonsense gold colored hour markers are both aggressive and classy, while the splash of carbon fiber tells you that this is a less sensitive watch. Inside the 42mm wide case with its sandwiched titanium and smooth gold bezel and back, an automatic Perrelet caliber P161 runs with a massive 110 hours of power reserve. Really nice to have that type of power life as well as automatic winding. Lastly, it is certified as a chronometer, something less than average for a tourbillon based timepiece.
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While the watch looks effortlessly marketable, it is in a limited edition of just 20 pieces. This does sort of make sense since the market for ultra-expensive complex sport watches is still niche to say the least. A rubber strap, double anti reflective coating on the sapphire crystal and 50 meters of water resistance make this an all too tempting investment to get dirty.


Archimede Pilot T Titanium watch: do you feel lighter now?

Author: http://www.worldwatchreviews.com

The German watchmaker Ickler GmbH has added yet another member to its growing Archimede family of watches.

Called the Archimede Pilot T (T is for Titanium here - Titanium Chronograph Watc), this timekeeping instrument tips the scales at meager 65g, which is 11g less than the weight of the stainless still version of this beautiful watch. And it is just €30 more expensive than the latter.

Just like the recently introduced PVD-coated Archimede Black Pilot M watch, the Pilot Titanium sports a simple and highly legible black face with large bold Arabic numerals and markers, as well hour and minute hands, all of these covered with a luminous substance. A rather small date window is located between 4 and 5 o’clock.

And like the rest of the family, the Archimede Pilot T is powered by the same ETA 2824-2 automatic movement, which is highly popular among independent watchmakers.
Although not as refined and expensive-looking as the IWC Pilot’s Watch Double Chronograph Edition TOP GUN, it is certainly a nice watch to have.

Archimede Pilot T Titanium Chronograph Watch specification :

Price range: €375
Movement: same ETA 2824-2 automatic movement
Complications: Date
Power reserve: N/A
Case material: Titanium
Case diameter: 42mm
Case height: N/A
Dial: Black with luminous hours, minutes and markers
Water resistance: 50m
Strap: Thick 20mm aviator style leather strap. Black or Brown Strap. Titanium buckle
Crystal: Sapphire crystal on the front and a mineral glass on the transparent caseback