Daily Deal: KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer

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Keep your keys neat and organized with the KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer. The lightweight and compact KeySmart can hold up to 10 keys and comes with a loop for bulky car fobs and a handy bottle opener. It is made of medical grade titanium and stainless steel hardware for durability. It’s available for $29.99 (31% off of the original price) in the Techdirt Deals store.

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Anonymous Coward says:

“It is made of medical grade titanium and stainless steel hardware for durability.”

Actually, the “non-medical grades” of titanium, consisting of various alloys of titanium with small amounts of other metals, are more durable. This is the form of ‘titanium’ used in the aerospace industry in applications such as jet and rocket engines and other extreme-service conditions.

Commercially pure (“medical grade”) titanium, rather than industrial grade alloys, is used in surgical implants, not for it’s durability (or lack thereof) but because it is one of the few non-toxic metals and is not rejected by the human body.

That’s not to imply that “medical grade” titanium would be an unsuitable material for this particular application. It’s just that its choice, and the stated reason for that choice, raises some questions.

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