Tag Archives: titanium

  • McWhinney Designs: Hinged Wedding Rings “for Active Men” (Video)

    McWhinney Designs: Hinged Wedding Rings “for Active Men” (Video)

    The metaphorical point of the wedding ring, as I understand it, is that it’s an unbreakable, contiguous bond that represents the similarly un-shatterable bond between you and your spouse. But active men are known not to have any time for metaphors, so they may prefer a more practical hinged wedding ring from McWhinney Designs. McWhinney […]

  • Ti Dice: “The Strongest Dice on Earth”

    Ti Dice: “The Strongest Dice on Earth”

    Dice, by the very nature of their existence, have a pretty rough time, constantly getting thrown around and knocked together over the course of whatever game they’re being used for. And yet, most dice are made out of cheap plastic or ceramics, and as such they don’t stand a chance against Ti Dice. Ti Dice […]

  • Titan Plus Keychain Flashlight

    Titan Plus Keychain Flashlight

    Keychain flashlights, if anyone ever thinks about them in the first place, are not known for their durability. But Surefire decided to go against conventional wisdom and whip up a keychain flashlight that can stand up to almost anything – the Titan Plus, a titanium keychain flashlight that’s described by the company as being “virtually […]

  • Icona Vulcano: World’s First Titanium Car (Video)

    Icona Vulcano: World’s First Titanium Car (Video)

    It took a lot of ingredients to produce the Icona Vulcano. For one, it was designed in Shanghai but put together in Italy, and it’s the product of the combined efforts of people like Claudio Lombardi (former Ferrari technical director) and designer Samuel Chuffart. But most impressively of all, it took a lot of titanium […]

  • Titanium Toothpicks Bring the Class to your Sandwiches

    Titanium Toothpicks Bring the Class to your Sandwiches

    Toothpicks are generally something you use and dispose of immediately after. In fact, some dentists will even recommend against using them simply because of how easy they are to splinter and break into your gums. That said, most toothpicks are simply used to serve food—like meat on a sandwich. To that end, a craftsman named […]