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When hunting for something a little different in a new watch, going with titanium can be just the change you've been looking for. It's lighter and stronger than steel, and it has a darker grayish hue, so you're guaranteed to stand out.
If you're sick of the heft of your big steel diver, or if you're simply wanting to try something a little different, one of these titanium watches may be the perfect investment item.
The affordably priced Citizen Brycen BM6929-56L titanium watch has pleasantly understated looks that make it easy to pair with any outfit. Crafted from the manufacturer's proprietary titanium alloy with a hardened finish, the watch and its bracelet are a lot tougher than their elegant looks suggest.
The watch has a sapphire crystal, which is a pleasant surprise in this price point. A water-resistant body (up to 100 meters) and an excellent 5-year warranty round up the key features of the timepiece.
The Tissot T-Touch titanium watch is quite a looker in the metal, sporting a carbon fiber dial and an embedded negative digital display. Its high-tech movement is powered by light, so you'll never have to worry about battery replacements.
Being a T-Touch product family member, the watch has a host of handy features that can be accessed via a tap on its sapphire crystal. They include a built-in compass, an altimeter, and a barometer, among others.
The Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X. is tougher than any other watch on this list. It has been engineered to survive through 130 endurance tests, which include the watch being ran over by an actual tank. The watch is also water-resistant to 200 meters.
This particular variant of the I.N.O.X watch has a cool, military-inspired 24-hour dial that's integrated into its sapphire crystal, and it has a quartz movement. Every timepiece comes with a cool protective case and a 2-year manufacturer warranty
Known for their smart design, slim cases, and affordable pricing, Skagen watches have often been the gateway watch that turns a regular buyer into a collector. Priced below $100, this ultra slim quartz model is less than 8 millimeters thick, so it's as seamless to wear as it gets.
Based off of a U.S. Navy timepiece Hamilton originally built back in the '50s, this modern Frogman iteration uses a large 46-millimeter titanium case, which can be submerged up to 1,000 meters below the surface. The watch has a robust automatic movement and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
The IWC Pilot's Mark XVIII Heritage titanium watch has timeless design inspired by aviation timepieces from the 1940s. It has a reasonably-sized, 40-millimeter case and a comfortable leather strap. Combined, they'll easily make the Mark XVIII a favorite option for daily wear, regardless of your collection's size.
The watch has an automatic movement with exceptional quality by IWC with date complication. It's also water-resistant to 60 meters.
Another well-priced offering from Citizen, this Brycen titanium watch has a classic chronograph layout and the company's signature Eco-Drive movement. Powered by light, the watch will ensure that you never have to worry about battery replacements.
The watch has a large 43-millimeter case, so, despite its light weight, it has plenty of presence on the wrist. Its 5-year manufacturer warranty is the best in this price point
This titanium version of the classic Khaki Field watch by Hamilton has a 42-millimeter case with black PVD coating. Combined with a band and dial with the same color, the black case makes this watch look more badass than any other member of the Khaki Field family.
The watch is powered by a high-quality automatic movement. It's water-resistant up to 100 meters, and it comes on a comfy rubber strap. Hamilton backs the watch with a 2-year warranty.
Inspired by the F-22 stealth fighter jet, this titanium chronograph by Luminox has a large 44-millimeter case and the manufacturer's signature self-powered tritium illumination for its hands and indexes.
The Swiss-made watch is powered by a high-quality quartz movement, and it's water-resistant to 200 meters. This particular variant of the Luminox F-22 Raptor 9240 series comes with a comfy fabric strap.
With a sandblasted black titanium case and ceramic bezel with contrasting indexes, this TAG Heuer Aquaracer variant looks stealthy, yet it's impossible to go unnoticed.
As expected from a TAG Heuer Aquaracer, the Swiss timepiece has a robust depth rating of up to 300 meters and an automatic movement made in-house. The watch comes with a cool nylon strap with contrasting yellow stitching and a titanium clasp.