Titanium

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  • WithArmour Elise Knife shown with D2 tool steel blade and titanium handle. Full Flat ground with blue hardware. Open on a white background. Add to basket Quick View
  • Real Steel Titanium Solis EDC Knife shown open with Bohler N690 stainless steel satin finished blade. Also shows grey titanium handle on a white background. Add to basket Quick View
  • Real Steel Camo Blue Luna Knife shown with Bohler N690 Stainless Steel blade open wearing a high flat satin grind. Also shows the blue camo titanium handle scales and lanyard hole on a white background. Add to basket Quick View
  • We Knife Co. Baculus Spinner Titanium Pen in Black shown from the side. Add to basket Quick View
  • We Knife Co Gesila Prybar Tool Bronze Add to basket Quick View
  • We Knife Co Gesila Prybar Tool wearing a stonewashed finish. Add to basket Quick View
  • Maratac Titanium Match Slide Box shown on white partially open. Add to basket Quick View
  • Vargo Titanium Spork shown from the front. Add to basket Quick View
  • We Knife Co. Baculus Spinner Titanium Pen in silver shown from the side. Add to basket Quick View
  • Flytanium Proboscis Titanium Straw shown from the side angle. Add to basket Quick View
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Titanium Knife Handles and Tools

For knife handles, Titanium has got to be the best of the best. It’s obscenely lightweight. Incredibly durable and super premium feeling in hand. Titanium gives the approximate strength of steel, at about the weight of Aluminium!

It’s also easy to colour – you can just heat it up for a head oxidation layer that can go from light blues to bright purples and even golds. Or, it can be anodized, painted or machined to attractive finishes.

Titanium is quite expensive, so of course, it’s usually found in your more premium folding knives. However, it’s increasingly found in things like prybars and multitools or pens and other EDC gadgets.

Titanium Composition

Like Aluminium, Titanium is available in multiple different grades and alloys. Most commonly in knives, you’ll see Ti6AL4V alloy. Often known as ‘alpha-beta’ titanium allots. Not just for knives of course, but it’s one of the most popular for knife handles.

Interestingly, this particular alloy is about 6% aluminum with roughly 4% vanadium. It’s an optimum blend of materials that give exactly the properties required in handles – strength, rigidity, and weight!

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