Damasko DA36 Current Version

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    Damasko DA36 Current Version

    Follow the link for a review of the Damasko DA36

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f8/2011...ew-595370.html
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    Re: Damasko DA36 Current Version

    This review helped put a DA36 on my wrist.

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    Glad to be of service, pack leader. I hope you like yours as much as I like mine.

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    Re: Damasko DA36 Current Version

    A very nice review. Now that you've had the watch for a little while, any updates worth mentioning? Is it keeping time as accurately as when new?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monocrom View Post
    A very nice review. Now that you've had the watch for a little while, any updates worth mentioning? Is it keeping time as accurately as when new?
    A few comments:
    It shows absolutely no signs of scratching on the crystal or case.

    Listening to the movement, it ticks quite loudly and actually rings slightly. I think the hardened steel transmits sound very effectively.

    The watch has given me a new appreciation for moderate size and light weight. It's not as low profile as a typical dress watch, but a nice compromise between that and a diver.

    I haven't timed it for a while so I don't know about the accuracy. Its not off enough to bother me.

    Final comment: I got this watch thinking it would be the last watch I ever bought. Turns out I was wrong. :). However, it probably is the last field / flieger watch. It fills those roles perfectly.
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    Re: Damasko DA36 Current Version

    Thanks, I appreciate the response.

    BTW, yeah . . . "Last watch ever bought" were words I've used myself.
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    Re: Damasko DA36 Current Version

    I absolutely do! It's on my wrist right now as I type this.

    It is elegant simplicity. Winding the crown is as smooth as spreading warm butter. Staring at my wrist is now one of my favorite pastimes.

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