Damasko Unveils Their First Dive Watch at Munichtime
Damasko, the little German brand (and in-house fabricate) known for delivering hearty apparatus watches, has for the vast majority of its reality zeroed in on developing a line of noteworthy pilot watches (read our audits of different Damasko references here ). Be that as it may, after years with eyes went to the skies, the firm has at long last ventured out with the declaration of the DSub1, their first jump watch.
As one may anticipate from Damasko, the DSub1 is an overbuilt plunge watch made to the brand’s demanding guidelines. One purpose of separation from past models, nonetheless, is that the case isn’t produced using Damasko’s restrictive ice-solidified, sans nickel steel, but instead from surface-solidified, German submarine steel. Commonly utilized by Sinn across their jumper range , submarine steel is valued for its extraordinary protection from saltwater and its enemy of attractive properties. Besides, the watch brags a lot of Damasko’s great case innovation, which incorporates a self-greasing up crown and solidified cylinder framework, a protected earthenware ball bezel, and pressing factor/water obstruction of 30 bar/300 meters. Similar as the remainder of Damasko’s inventory, this thing is fabricated tough.
The case comes in at a width of 42mm (43mm with the bezel overhang), a thickness of 12.8mm, and a haul width of 22mm. The dial is matte blue with white markers and orange accents at 12. The orange is helped through the plonguer handset and the 0-15 markings on the solidified bezel embed. At four is an enormous screw-in crown, and a skewed date window sits close to the marker at four (early renders, similar to the highlighted picture above, had the date window somewhere in the range of four and five).
Overall, the plan is a touch of takeoff for the brand, and however it is with regards to the distinct methodology they’ve taken in the past with their different lines, it’ll likely be a troublesome one among devotees of the brand. There are a few murmurs on Watchuseek that Damasko has a dark dialed adaptation underway, so stay tuned for more data on that.
The DSub1 will be fueled by an ETA 2824-2 and will come on an elastic tie with a specially processed deployant fasten highlighting a diver’s augmentation. It will likewise be accessible on Damasko’s arm band with the new deployant.
There’s no expression of valuing at this point. The DSub1 is relied upon to be accessible January, 2017.