This is definitely NOT a question on how to install a Titan by yourself because that would be risky and not recommended by anyone so dont do it…
BUT. if somebody hypothetically was interested in attempting to install a Titan in their arm by themselves how might they do that? Ive had a Titan laying around for a few weeks and the only installer near me is 4 hours away which isn’t far I know but I’d rather not drive on icy roads for a 20 minute install so fully understanding the risks and concerns regarding a self install can anyone who has done similar self work give me any tips in terms of how do you know when you’ve hit the right depth and any other relevant useful info?
I’ve got some DT numbing gel which should help with the pain. Infection is a concern but with some careful sterilization and awareness of surroundings and what I’m touching I think I can mitigate that risk.
I talked with Thomas when I was down there about my Titan and he was down to do it but then I started working with some beefy magnets at work and had to put it on hold for the time being. hence why I figured the arm might be a close middle ground.
I’m pretty disappointed with the end result… I think the skin is significantly thicker or something, I’ve never had any sense ( never expected any) and lifting has never been what others can accomplish with hand locations
I mainly just want a sensing magnet but had some concerns of the magnet being a little big for my fingertip and ending up being an uncomfortable nuisance in day to day activities which made me start looking for alternative locations.