Aroundsquare AO2 Natty Titan Begleri
AO2TITANTINAT: Titan Begleri, Natural
The Titan Begleri from Aroundsquare is precision machined from grade five titanium. It features an innovative "gumdrop" bead design unlike anything else on the market, with a domed top for very smooth play, and a straight, knurled barrel for superior control. It is extremely durable and very well weighted, and the bead design plays, feels, and looks amazing. The Titans were initially designed as a high end, titanium begleri, and were followed shortly by a more economical aluminum version.
The Titan design is the result of months of development, multiple prototypes, and hundreds of hours of play testing with feedback from players all around the world. The design has been specifically engineered and refined to deliver very smooth play in all styles, without compromises in size or shape that would affect technical tricks.
Both the titanium Titans, and the aluminum AL Sport series are available in a "natty" natural metal finish, as well as colored options. The colored titanium versions are coated through a process called physical vapor deposition (PVD), which provides a very robust finish that stands up very well to extended use and drops. The aluminum version is anodized, which helps to give the surface metal a reasonable degree of scratch resistance, and allows for brilliant color options.
They are extremely durable and very well weighted, and the bead design plays, feels, and looks amazing. The original Titans are made from grade five titanium (the strongest commercial grade), measure 0.75" x 0.75" (19 mm x 19 mm), and weigh in at 0.60 ounces (17 g) per bead. The aluminum Titan AL Sport series is 0.79" x 0.79" (20 mm by 20 mm), and around 0.46 ounces (13 g) per bead. Both versions come with several extra strings, a canvas carry bag, an info card, and a slick little gift box.
- Dimensions: 0.75" x 0.75" (19 mm x 19 mm)
- Material: Titanium
- Finish: Natural
- Weight: 0.60 oz. (17 g)
- Made in Canada
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