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Picture heavy Damasko DA42 - DA43 - DA44 - and the rest
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Hi all, I do like these watches from Damasko but I have been thinking about selling them, I have so many. Maybe soon (if I can bring myself to do it), meanwhile... some quick pictures.

                   
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Very nice! I might buy them if the price were right...
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Awesome pictures! Great watches.
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Better response on post Damasko DA44A very nice watch with a case that didn't scratch.
Sold it some time ago. Too big for me after i got into vintage watches...

   
   
   
   
   
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Ok, the case does not scratch, but what about the bezel? Is that one ceramic? (I never manage to scratch my watches so I wouldnt know).
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The bezel is not ceramic.
According to Damasko: Hardened rotating bezel insert, provided with Damest coating, scratch resistant.
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Damest coating? I will have to look that up....

So I did...

   

I like it!
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I get that vintage vibe, it gives you another perspective on the size of watches these days... I think they could do with 39-41mm.

Also, what's up with these big thick cases? I see vintage calibers that are so much more thinner - they can't do that nowadays? Yeah, didn't think so.
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(07-01-2017, 09:42 AM)jpfwatch Wrote: A very nice watch with a case that didn't scratch.
Sold it some time ago. Too big for me after i got into vintage watches...

That looks blue to me? Do these dials lose some of their color - from black to blue? I mean, it does look like a different shade of color observing the bezel.
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This watch is really black.
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Let's do a DC67...

   
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