*unless your watch happens to be a Damasko.
Today we’re adding three more Damasko’s to the shop, the DC 66 Black, the DH 2.0 and the DA 363. Three very different watches, but three watches that are built to an absurdly high standard, each backed by a plethora of tech, making them far tougher than your average watch. These techs include ice-hardened steel, which is 4x harder than traditional stainless. Antimagnetic inner cages, protecting their respective mechanical movements against fields up to 80,000 A/m. Patented crown and pusher systems featuring permanent lubrication cells fully hardened components, amongst other, durability enhancing features.
Damasko DC 66 Black
The Damasko DC 66 is a bruiser of a chronograph. It’s beefy at 42mm, made out of DAMEST® (Damasko’s proprietary three-layer ultra-hard black DLC coating), and features a bi-directional bezel with an in-house ceramic bearing system with one of the most satisfying clicks out there. Being in all black with a matte black dial, this is also one of the most aggressive Damasko watches out there (check out a review of the Damasko DC 66 here). Starting at $2,138
Damasko DH 2.0
Part of the outdoors line, the DH 2.0 takes Damasko’s classic modern pilot dial and renders it in a gorgeous, matte olive. A small change overall, the impact is huge, giving this watch an earthy, camo quality that will make it a go-to for land-based adventures. Viewed through another light, it’s also just a nice change of pace from a black dialed pilot watch. Starting at $1,113
Damasko DA 363
The DA 363 is like a leveled up version of the DA 36. It features the same main dial, with the same clean, modern pilot concept, and adds a bold chapter ring with yellow highlights. This is then fit into a more robust 42mm case that ups the attitude of the design. For those with bigger wrists and bolder tastes, this might be a perfect choice. Starting at $1,181