Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

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Post by anonymous-10 » February 17th 2019, 7:03pm

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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by Mark1 » February 18th 2019, 12:54am

Damasko makes a nice watch. My DA36 is nearing ten years and still looks brand new. Why more companies don't use their hardening method is beyond me. I would like to see them diversify their lineup a bit more and I will buy more of them.
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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by TemerityB » February 18th 2019, 6:53pm

Mark1 wrote:Damasko makes a nice watch. My DA36 is nearing ten years and still looks brand new. Why more companies don't use their hardening method is beyond me. I would like to see them diversify their lineup a bit more and I will buy more of them.


Got a chance to check out Damasko at the W&W watch fairs here the past couple of years. To me, one of the big selling points is their anti-magnetism thanks to the three-section cases they use. You'd think they'd cost a lot more, considering the quality of the movements.
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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by bedlam » February 19th 2019, 1:44am

Another vote for Damasko. The DA47 is one of the very best watches I have ever owned. Absolutely love it.

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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by codguy » August 17th 2020, 5:56am

Mark1 wrote:
February 18th 2019, 12:54am
Damasko makes a nice watch. My DA36 is nearing ten years and still looks brand new.
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The patented ice-hardened, nickel-free stainless steel case along with the Damest coating is to blame......
https://www.damaskowatchtechnology.com/ ... chcase.php
https://www.damaskowatchtechnology.com/ ... oating.php

Mine also still looks flawless.
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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by bedlam » August 17th 2020, 5:15pm

Same here, six years in and my DA47 above still looks brand new.
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Re: Damasko: A Look Inside the Manufacture

Post by bedlam » August 19th 2020, 5:31pm

In fact, Damasko delivers what Sinn only promises.
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