Is Titanium really stronger than steel?

Case Material Scratch test by Ben’s Watch Club.

Is Citizen Super titanium really 4x harder compared to 316L steel ?

I’m impressed with that PVD and Ceramic case material

What case Meterial do you prefer ?

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Good video, well worth a watch.

Not a fan of Titanium, like a bit of heft.

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I like Titanium watches.

As an engineer I don’t equate heft with quality. Precision, refinement and subtlety of line are more important measures to me.

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Inkitatus

Good video, well worth a watch.

Not a fan of Titanium, like a bit of heft.

I wanted to add a titanium watch to my collection was suppose to be Citizen Super Titanium to be exact. Watching this changed my mind lol

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English_archer

I like Titanium watches.

As an engineer I don’t equate heft with quality. Precision, refinement and subtlety of line are more important measures to me.

Love it as a material, excellent on my bike. Just years of wearing steel watches has cemented mass on wrist with quality in my lizard brain 😢

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I like the content but Ben’s face annoy the living shit outta me!!

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Titanium is lighter but more prone to scratching which is why brands like SWC and DuFrane harden theirs

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Fun video! But: I don't mind a scratch on my watch and was not going to buy a bioceramic anyway, so of no real practical added value 😎

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What’s the winner? I can’t sit through these videos.—

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Gary_Chv

What’s the winner? I can’t sit through these videos.—

The Braun Ceramic followed by Traska and Sinn Hardened steel, PVD and 316L steel also the Spaghetti Scameti did really well also lol