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So-called TITANIUM watch.
An example of the element Titanium

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So-called TITANIUM watch.
After the experience with Chris' "TITANIUM" racquetball racket. which turned out to contain not even the slightest trace of titanium, I'm suspicious of any inexpensive object claiming to be made of titanium. At $7 (after Christmas clearance), this watch was definitely inexpensive. But it did say titanium prominently on the box, and for the time being I'll give it the benefit of the doubt. After I test it and know for sure whether there is any titanium involved, I'll publish the details.
Source: Hardware Store
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 3 January, 2003
Price: $7
Size: 2"
Purity: 90%
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