Horological enthusiasts take into consideration both mechanical complications as well as the aesthetic appeal of the timepiece. They shall also consider the material from which the watch has been manufactured, as it determines its sturdiness. Twice as strong as steel, there is hardly any metal that can match up to titanium for sturdiness. Besides, it keeps allergic reactions at bay.
The Citizen X8, introduced in 1970 was the first titanium watch in the world. With changing times and ever-evolving trends, titanium has recently found itself a staple in the world of fashion. Titanium has been the mainstay in Spacecraft and Military aircraft production as it is known for its lightweight, high strength, and corrosion resistance. For the same reasons, watchmakers worldwide have adopted this remarkable metal.
The most commonly used titanium alloy is Ti-6Al-4V to ‘grade 5 titanium’ is an exceptionally resilient metal. It is less susceptible to the adverse effects of heat, magnetism, and abrasion. Deriving its name from the precursors of the Greek gods-the titans-titanium has emerged to be the favorite among watchmakers around the globe. Therefore, if you are seeking a blend of style and functionality in your next buy, you simply cannot ignore these terrific titanium luxury watches in Delhi offered by some of the most famed premium luxurious watch-masters.
Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic
This watch brings together a unique octagonal design driven by the genius Italian artists of the 15th and 16th century such as Leonardo Da Vinci. With exceptional mechanisms, this timepiece grabbed eyeballs when it was launched in 2017 for being the brand’s thinnest movement ever- caliber BVL 138, only 2.23 mm. Incredibly thin and subtle, the watch is water resistant to 30 mm, So, if you are planning to buy pre-owned luxury watches, this sleek titanium version has enhanced suave appeal.
Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec Black Manta Special Edition
Dive timers rose to prominence since 1950s as they served as a safety gear for deep sea divers and scuba divers to help them reach the surface. These were specifically designed tool watches for professional divers. However, these too have evolved to emerge in their modern-day avatar that can easily styled with a tuxedo. This watch comes in an ultralight, 44.6mm titanium case that is water-resistant to 500m. the watch offers supreme legibility underwater, and the brands offers its commitment to sustainability as it part of proceeds are donated to the UK-based Manta Trust Charity.
Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Chronometer 41 mm
This watch was launched especially for divers and underwater professionals in 1957. Omega Seamaster 300 has established itself as an essential pillar for brand. This model of luxury watches in Delhi comes in swanky 41mm case in brushed and polished grade-5 titanium. It is corrosion-resistant with unidirectional-rotating ceramic bezel, marked with a diving scale in liquid metal.
Breguet 5517 BR
It is a known fact that hand-crafted engine-turned motifs are a hallmark of a Breguet watch. It makes its dials more recognizable. Celebrated with fineness of their patterns, this marine wristwatch has self-winding movement with date. It is available in titanium with sunburst blue or slate grey dial.
Panerai Submersible Guillaume Nery Edition
This special edition submersible model has been inspired by the French free-diver Guillaume Nery. It is easily identifiable for its submersible traits and use of numerous colors that are reminiscent of seas. This titanium case is cushion-shaped watch that is water resistant to 300 m. The caseback flaunts an engraved signature of Guillaume Nery, that makes it a coveted timepiece among diving enthusiasts and adventure fans. It is powered by P.9100 automatic calibre, and watch offers a power reserve of 72 hours. This is a popular choice for those who want to buy pre-owned luxury watches and add that oomph to their personality.
It is true that titanium is slightly more expensive than other metals, but it is capable of resisting harsh conditions as it does not corrode easily. So, consider buying your next titanium luxury watch as it is an environmentally friendly metal. It can be recycled easily. Do your bit for the environment too.