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    Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    Decima MAS Watches are produced by my good friend Yves Odier (owner of connectingwatches.com:

    For the last 15 months I had only this project in mind. To make something unique, based an my last 12 years (out of 28 years in total) experience in wrist watches.
    The alliance with experts in the field and my determination to make this piece completely artisanly, please allow me to introduce the first 2 final prototypes of the 'Decima Mas watches (tm)' Strumento XZ 221. Those watches are all made 'Per l'Onore' and endorsed by a person that was awarded the highest military decoration ‘Military Gold Medal’
    Fabbricato In Italia, Swiss Movement, Titanium Grade 5, 18K Scudetto on the machanically rotating bezel at 12 o'clock, hand made and hand painted dial, 24mm hand made straps, 47mm (without the crown) this to list the main feature - Pictures often talk better than words, here they are below… each is a unique piece as they are hand made one by one.

    Truly, I am all over my emotions!




    Decima Mas XZ 221
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    Best regards,

    Ernie Romers
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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    Ernie,

    WOW.....looks like a great watch I just crave more details. Is it an automatic or handwind? what is the movement? where is it made? etc etc etc
    2DARK Hardwood Watch Boxes are the real deal

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    After looking at this one all day long. The only place that would do this
    one justice is on the inst. panel of my car. Does it come in Green?

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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    I do not say this very often, but these I really like!! .
    Ill be monitoring their site for more info, and specs.
    A cool looking very different design, that I would instantly put on my wrist.
    Now let us wait for the price.


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    Daddel.
    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!

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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>The watch is very nice and I am charmed with th

    Quote Originally Posted by WatchUseek Admin
    Decima MAS Watches are produced by my good friend Yves Odier (owner of connectingwatches.com:

    For the last 15 months I had only this project in mind. To make something unique, based an my last 12 years (out of 28 years in total) experience in wrist watches.
    The alliance with experts in the field and my determination to make this piece completely artisanly, please allow me to introduce the first 2 final prototypes of the 'Decima Mas watches (tm)' Strumento XZ 221. Those watches are all made 'Per l'Onore' and endorsed by a person that was awarded the highest military decoration ‘Military Gold Medal’
    Fabbricato In Italia, Swiss Movement, Titanium Grade 5, 18K Scudetto on the machanically rotating bezel at 12 o'clock, hand made and hand painted dial, 24mm hand made straps, 47mm (without the crown) this to list the main feature - Pictures often talk better than words, here they are below… each is a unique piece as they are hand made one by one.

    Truly, I am all over my emotions!



    Decima Mas XZ 221
    Commercial news about this watch will be available Decima Mas™ Watches





















    The watch is very nice and I am charmed with the connotation per l'onore. The allusion to the golden medal do I imagine that it is for his chief, valerio borghese. not afraid the implications of the chief of the X mas in 8/12/70?
    Best regards

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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    Anybody have any news on this brand.
    2DARK Hardwood Watch Boxes are the real deal

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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    and with the large spelling of Xmas on the dial, one will be reminded of christmas cheer all year round..lol
    ( i'm not sure about the skull and rose on the dial either... very odd)

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    not so odd, have a look....


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    Re: Introducing Decima MAS Watches >>>

    Very cool history.. now I understand it.
    A takeoff on italian heritage watches that seem to be popular but this one takes the name of the Naval badasses, cool image!
    Every watch should have a story behind it, just to grab the attention of non watch enthusiasts and turn them to the WIS darkside.

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