Mini Titans - Exotics
Mini Titan Begleri - Exotic Metal Editions
The first ever exotic material Mini Titans have been produced in two stunning options, a three layer mokuti, and a four layer zircuti. Both consist of folded and twisted layers of titanium (and an additional layer or zirc in the latter case), which are forged into a solid billet of metal. The billets are then precision machined to spec, polished, and then torched to bring out the stunning colours. The two materials have similar coloration and grain patterns, ranging from light blues to deep purple and even golden yellow. The zircuti are slightly finer grained, and have the characteristic deep grey layer of zirconium showing between the layers of titanium.
- Mokuti Edition: three layer material, ~9.6g per bead
- Zircuti Edition: four layer material, ~10.6g per bead
- 16x16mm design, with 4mm top bore
Mini Titans - General Information
The same ultra-comfy bead design as the classic Titans, the same top quality grade five titanium, the same precision machine work.. All this, in a smaller, lighter, nimbler package. First launched in 2017, the Mini Titans quickly became one of the most beloved begleri in our range.. praised by players of all levels for their comfort, nimbleness, and playability.
The iconic Titan begleri from Aroundsquare are dome topped, with a rounded bottom, and a straight, knurled barrel for excellent control and extremely smooth play. The Mini Titans feature the same design, shrunk down to a 16mm diameter (compared to the original 19mm for the titanium Titans, and 20mm for the aluminum version). The beads weigh in at around 9.6g each (compared to around 17g for the originals). With this bead design, the weight is enough to make them feel solid and substantial, but without any stress or strain on the fingers, even after hours of play. The updated 2021 Mini Titans feature a 4mm top bore to easily accommodate 550 paracord.
Please note that items included in the package (strings, stickers, bags etc.) vary in colour and quantity depending on availability, and may not be exactly as shown in the photos.
All begleri, if used as intended, will get scratched and dinged up over time due to drops, and frequent clacking together. This is natural, and many players prize these "hand blasted" finishes as a visual record of many months of use.
New to begleri? Check out Aroundsquare's AO2 Crew demonstrating what this toy's all about, via the talented guys at Kuma Films (below). You may also want to visit our general information page on begleri, or do a deep dive on the history, configurations, or manipulation of this remarkable little toy.