Best Titanium Watches Reviews

If you love watches, adding a titanium watch to your collection will be a real treat.

Titanium watches are extremely strong and durable, while still being lightweight. Titanium is also non-corrosive and the material doesn’t seem to cause the allergic reaction that other products sometimes create.

When you’re choosing a stylish yet durable watch, you’re often looking at stainless steel models. So let’s look at some of the factors that would cause you to choose titanium instead.

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Garmin - Fenix 3 HR Men's Titanium Watch


With the Garmin name, it’s not a surprise that GPS technology combined with GLONASS satellite reception is one of the key features of this watch. Put that together with an omni-directional stainless Steel exon antenna, and it can track your location in more challenging environments than GPS-only technology.

Great for outdoor adventures with navigation features such as a 3-axis compass, an altimeter and a barometer. It also has fitness features like wrist heart rate technology, advanced running dynamics, measurement of your Vo2 Max and more.

The Garmin Chroma display with LED backlight is easy to read in any conditions, including dim light and bright sunlight. The display digitally shows the different functions of the watch.

PVD-stainless steel bezel and buttons, treated silicone band and reinforced housing for extra durability.

The watch is water-rated to 328 feet (100 meters) and the ability to switch modes to save battery life: up to 40 hours of battery life in UltraTrac battery saver mode; 16 hours in GPS mode; and up to 2 weeks in smartwatch mode. Simply adjust the settings to get the battery life you need.


Material: Black Titanium
Size: 2 x 0.7 x 2 inches
Weight: 4.8 ounces



  • Adjustable modes means you can set it to get the battery life you need.
  • The GPS, GLONASS and omni-directional stainless Steel exon antenna work together to provide ideal location tracking.
  • If you want a watch with navigation and fitness features, this is your watch.


  • Comes with a lithium ion battery that must be charged; some people prefer a replaceable battery.

Why We Chose This

The Garmin name is renowned for its GPS products, and this one has the added capacity of GLONASS technology. It’s also a nice looking watch, with lots of features for the outdoor and fitness enthusiast.

Titanium Watch Buying Guide

Titanium Vs Stainless Steel Watch

Another popular watch material is stainless steel, and in comparison, titanium has a few advantages. First, as mentioned, titanium is strong and durable. For most watch aficionados, stainless steel may be strong enough. But since titanium is up to three times stronger, if you want that added security, then titanium may be your winner.

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