The first ever PGA Tour X30 Bracelet is available for golf fans of all ages. The PGA Tour Titanium Bracelet X30 incorporates 30 times the concentration of regular Aqua-Titanium. The flexible core retains its Micro Titanium Sphere and elastomer compound while providing the golfer with a relaxed fit to help stabilize your energy flow through your hand, wrist, and arm.
What is Aqua-Titanium?
In nature, titanium is not a soluble material. However, by utilizing the high-intensity Phild Process, Phiten scientists are able to dissolve titanium in water. This creates Aqua-Titanium, which then can be absorbed into material just like a dye. The Aqua-Titanium becomes part of the fabric and can not be washed out or fade away. Aqua-Titanium is most prominently used in our necklaces and apparel, where the entire fabric is permeated with Aqua-Titanium and emits energy that effectively controls your bio-electric current.
What Are Micro-Titanium Spheres?
Miniscule beads of titanium are created using the Phild Process. These perfectly spherical beads can then be mixed into a compound to be printed or layered directly onto material to target specific areas of the body with concentrated effectiveness. At first glance, the inner core of Phiten necklaces and bracelets may look like mere rubber. However, it actually contains Micro-Titanium Spheres and Carbonized Titanium held together in a compound by the elastomer rubber.
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