Stainless steel, aluminum, brass and other traditional metals have historically dominated the SCUBA equipment market for years. Titanium has improved the technology in many ways but has several limitations. Liquidmetal alloys overcome those limitations and more, making it, quite possibly, the next revolutionary metal on the SCUBA market.

Amorphous alloys perform very well in the salt spray test, showing insignificant signs of corrosion over 2000 hours. The material proved to be well suited for marine environments in this test.