Titanium is lighter than steel and usually stronger than consumer steels. It's also very corrosion resistant.what will be the better/more popular option? Isn't titanium heavy? (probably a dumb question)
Not necessarily. It depends on the grade, but titanium won't be more scratch resistant than ceramic. It'll be more shatter proof, though. Strength and scratch resistance are two different things.Ok, so i know ceramic is pretty scratch resistant, is Titanium? (clearly i don't know much about this material lol)
I love that it's a brushed finish, but the titanium has a warmer hue to it than steel, so I'm staying away, since it won't go well with the link bracelet.It's a rather dull finish, however, not very attractive.
Sweat proof? Do you mean will it corrode? No, of course not. Titanium is a chemical element. it's very water resistant.Will the Titanium be sweat proof?
I just ordered a gold stainless steel Series 5 AW with a gold Milanese top braceletwhat did you get?
Titanium is super light and super strong. Not as light as aluminum I don't think, but close. There's a reason they use it on critical wing sections of airliners.what will be the better/more popular option? Isn't titanium heavy? (probably a dumb question)
If you're referring to the discoloration of the TiBook, that titanium was painted. That's what lead to the issues on those machines. No paint on the watch, so I would assume no issues.Will the Titanium be sweat proof?
At least you can pick any band you want now, unlike years past.I pre-ordered the 44m Black Stainless Steal model. Upgrading from Series 4.
Did consider the Titanium, but I don’t think it will suit my Black Link Bracelet.
I wish these Apple Watches could be bought without bracelets, for those of use upgrading from previous Series.