What is the difference between titanium, quartz, and ceramic nails?

ll nails offer a unique experience in their own way. Our grade 2 Titanium nails are the strongest of the nails, however they should be replaced yearly due to oxidization. Titanium also offers a lot of universal options for the consumer looking for a nail to fit multiple ground joint sizes.
Quartz crystal is a material that visually looks like glass, however quartz has a much higher tolerance to heat, compared to borosilicate glass. Quartz nails stay hot longer, and are much more efficient for those seeking a low temperature experience.
Ceramic nails are best known for getting the most flavors out of your essential oils. As long as a ceramic nail is heated properly and evenly, they often last as long as 6 months before needing to be replaced.

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