I should have paid closer attention. These are only about 16 5/8" diameter. A true Olympic plate is about 17 3/4" in diameter. These specs are posted by Titan but I failed to read them. If the only plates you have are Titan I think you'll be fine but they look silly when loaded along side Olympic plates of the correct diameter. They are more of a bronze color than grey or silver. The casting is ok. Not great but ok. The front side is sharp and defined but the edges are a little spotty and the back side has some places that look patched or filled? I ordered a pair and both weighed out at 43.9 pounds.
I ordered two 45 lb plates to supplement an existing 300 lb set that I purchased at Sports Authority 10 years ago. I needed extra weight since doing StrongLifts for my deadlifts. The Titan plates look really good with good paint on them. They are 16.5 inches diameter. I also weighed them with a luggage scale. They are 42.66 lb and 42.42 lb. So they are 2.3 to 2.6 lb light. Just for reference my Sports Authority 45 lb plates are 16 inches diameter and weigh 48.24 lb and 45.16 lb.
I was hoping that these would be full size plates at 17.7 inches diameter but I am ok that they are similar quality as to what I have now. Rogue has a plate that is 17.7 inches diameter and claims to be +2%, -0% weight. But these are $185 shipped for a pair of 45 lb plates which is almost $110 more than I paid for the Titan plates.
I lift weights for fitness, not competition so I am OK withe these plates. I feel they are a good deal and are less than $1 per pound.