Damasko Da37 Review

Damasko Watch Technology Damasko DA37 Automatic Watch, Models DA36 DA37 DA38

The DA37 accompanies a fresh white dial that is completely glowing in darkness when charged by light. The dark hands and hours make the dial excessively simple to peruse in the day or night. The 40mm case is made ice-solidified tempered steel with a globule impacted surface, making it more impervious to scratches. There is additionally an incorporated enemy of attractive internal confine to prepare for the development getting polarized.

The knurled screw-down crown and component is completely solidified and alongside a screw on the off chance that back, gives you a 100-meter water opposition rating. A sapphire gem with against intelligent covering on the two sides gives you expanded lucidity when you check the time. The day and date window is found at an exceptional position marginally beneath the middle pivot. Incorporates a dark calfskin tie with white differentiating sewing.

Damasko, the famous German watchmaker known for its too extreme apparatus watches and, all the more as of late, for their cutting edge in house developments, has never offered a wristband, in spite of the requests of their fans. Damasko was tuning in, yet was not to be surged in common Damasko style, they would not just be repeating what every other person in the business was doing, they would take as much time as necessary and do it their as own would prefer.

Item Features

Movement:Swiss ETA 2836-2 Automatic (self-winding)

Case:Stainless steel, 40mm x 12.2mm thick. 48mm tip to tip


Crystal:AR covered, scratch-safe sapphire

Band:Black calfskin tie, 20mm

Water Resistant:100 meters

Warranty:2 Years

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