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Retro Cassette Tape Design 1 Pound Titanium Bar - Art Bar | Retro Titanium

Retro Cassette Tape Design 1 Pound Titanium Bar - Art Bar | Retro Titanium

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This Beautiful Titanium bar is the 3rd of the Retro Titanium Series. The art on the bar brings back the "80's" feel. This is perfect for any collector who remembers when cassette tapes gained popularity.

The cassette tape was a revolutionary technology that transformed the way we consumed music in the 20th century. It was first introduced by Philips in 1963, and it quickly became a popular medium for music lovers around the world. The cassette tape offered many advantages over vinyl records, such as portability, durability, and affordability.

One of the biggest advantages of cassette tapes was their ability to be played in portable devices like Walkman's and boomboxes. This allowed people to take their music with them wherever they went, whether they were on a walk or commuting to work. Additionally, cassettes were much more durable than vinyl records because they were not as susceptible to scratches and warping.

Cassette tapes also democratized music consumption by making it more affordable for everyone. In contrast to expensive vinyl records, cassettes could be produced relatively cheaply and sold at a lower price point.

This titanium bar is CP Grade 1 titanium and etched onto it a cassette tape. This is the perfect gift for anyone who really appreciates titanium. They are absolutely beautiful! This titanium bar would be wonderful to display in your home or office, or perhaps you could keep them locked away with your other precious metals.

 

Key Features:

  • 1 Pound of CP Grade 1 titanium
  • Cassette Tape is etched into the bar
  • Shiny finish
  • Art Bar
  • Collectable
  • 3rd in the series

 The reverse side is left blank.

 Titanium is resistant to corrosion and has a strong strength to density ratio which makes it a popular choice for aerospace parts and military hardware. It is also used in the auto industry, farming, and the medical field for implants. It is also resistant to seawater which makes it useful in marine parts.

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