Titanium is a lot of things. 

It’s tough. It’s lightweight. It’s durable. 

And lately, it’s immensely popular as an option for watches.

Mechanical watches with stainless steel cases are heavier than ones made of quartz, which is why a watch with a titanium case makes sense for those wanting a little lighter time piece.

Hamilton HML Titanium Watch

The Hamilton HML Titanium watch not only features a titanium case, but it is also all-black, with white hands for an ultra-sleek look.

This watch is water resistant from 330 feet underwater and has a durable layer of sapphire crystal which protects against scratches and damage. 

Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X

If you’re in the market for a durable watch for high-intensity workouts (H.I.I.T. is the latest fitness craze), the Victorinox Swiss Army I.N.O.X watch features a titanium case with a quartz movement to protect against stressful activities like rock climbing or hiking.

The face has a trio of hands with a date window between 4 and 5 o’clock while also having hypoallergenic stainless steel and a triple coating of anti-reflective sapphire crystal to further protect against damage.

Citizen Chandler Eco-Drive Titanium

The Citizen Chandler Eco-Drive Titanium watch, unlike many titanium watches, is powered by light and doesn’t need a battery.

The silver titanium dial band and case makes for a fashionable option to pair with any outfit and is water resistant to depths of up to 333 feet. 

It’s hardened titanium finish and sapphire crystal display protection ensure the watch is able to remain durable and ward away any surface damage.

Hamilton Frogman

With a bold face with its eye-catching color, another Hamilton watch features titanium — this time, the Frogman titanium watch. This watch was originally designed for the U.S. Navy and has a 46 millimeter case and 20 millimeter band.

The watch features an automatic movement and a date window while also having a sapphire crystal face to protect from damage. Impressively, this watch can go 3,300 feet underwater with no problems, making it an aesthetically pleasing diver’s watch. 

So, what’s your favorite titanium watch?