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Discussion in 'Oakley Sunglasses Discussion' started by kronin323, 4/18/14.
Does anyone know what are the five metals that are used to make C-5 alloy? Just curious...
Titanium, Nickel, Aluminum, Caesium and Valyrian Steel I think
lol - hope it didn't come from poor ol' Ned's sword..
Glad you go the reference, was not trying to be a **** just making a joke.
Naw I got it and me and a co-worker got a nice laugh out of it... all good.
Though I'm wondering if you were just guessing on the other four metals to flesh out the list for the joke or if you know some of them are legit answers...
I was just guessing. I have no clue. I do think titanium and aluminum are in the mix though.
Caesium is somewhat toxic, often radioactive and has a melting point of 28 degrees C. So I'm guessing that's not one of them!
Sunglasses that glow in the dark... nice... but why wear shades in the dark?
Reminds me of that post a couple months ago from a guy who's also a high-end custom flashlight enthusiast, was suggesting putting tritium highlights on x-metals...
Well I own the Andrew trouble frogskin and the special edition Radar path from Japen, they both are glow in the dark lol, they are good for display
ATMOS Jawbones... my grail they look amazing in the dark...Oakley Jawbone by ATMOS Limited Edition — Japan Goods Finder
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