Damasko is renewing its arrangement with an assortment of new dial and hand tones. They’ve effectively added an update to their most well-known model, the three-hand, dark dial DA 36, with the option of a blue seconds hand. Today, their most well-known chronograph, the DC 56 gets a similar treatment, adding a genuinely necessary portion of shading to the intense device watch.
Damasko is a family-possessed watch brand situated in Barbing, a little town near Regensburg, the Donau, and the Walhalla in Germany. In 1994, “Damasko Feiner Uhrenbau” was formally framed and they utilized their skill in metallurgy and apparatus to produce progressed steel cases. Damasko had been in co-activity with Sinn for a very long time. Toward the finish of 2002, they ceased their joint endeavor. Sinn then co-worked with the SUG in Glashuette, and Damasko headed out in a different direction.
The special dull silver appearance of the case is a result of assembling in-house and is the outright feature of the DC 56. Case, crown, and pushers are planned, designed, and delivered by Damasko in Barbing. The case is made of dot impacted treated steel and totally sans nickel. The case is profoundly scratch-safe because of an exceptional strategy of solidifying which is classified as “ice-solidifying” (ice-solidified to 60 HRC or 710 HV) and is protected by Damasko. The case is multiple times harder than some other steel presently utilized in the watch business. There is likewise a coordinated enemy of attractive inward confine, hostile to attractive to 80,000 A/m.
The case measurement is 40 mm (44 mm with crown), and around 46 mm haul to-drag. It is an extraordinary fit even on a more modest 6 to a 7-inch wrist. With a 14.00 mm tallness (13.70 mm to be exact), the watch fits serenely under each shirt sleeve.
The case is suggestive of another German watch, the Sinn 756. The clarification is simple since Damasko presented the defense for Sinn 756 until 2002/2003. The current instance of the Sinn 756 II is made by SUG in Glashütte, Germany. DC 56 can endure most circumstances, including unforgiving military climate, because of the solidified case. Even subsequent to getting it through different exhausting exercises, it looks pristine.
The screwed-down and layered crown fit impeccably between the gatekeepers. It is not difficult to grasp and works easily. The crown is endorsed with the Damasko “D” image. The actual crown feels sufficiently strong to conquer any measure of pull-out/push-in tasks. The chronograph pushers of the DC 56 are not screwed down. The benefit of screwed-down pushers is that they forestall the inadvertent running of the sub-counters.
Every one of the hands has a similar SuperLuminova white C1. The sword hands (hour, minute) contrast from the primary DC 56, they got greater which adds to its clarity. The moment hand ventures all the way into the moment’s section. Same with the focal recycled counter. The gem is a level sapphire precious stone with an exceptionally scratch-safe enemy of intelligent covering on both the outside and within the gem.
DC 56 accompanies a water-safe dark 20 mm calfskin tie with white differentiation sewing, and a dab impacted steel pin clasp to coordinate with the case. There is additionally a choice to arrange a dark elastic lash with pin clasp or a profoundly sought-after Damasko steel wristband produced in-house.
The Damasko DC 56 is controlled by a Valjoux 7750 development with a day and date sign. This development is known to give a force hold of 42 to 45 hours and is known to be entirely solid. The development runs at a pace of 28.800 BPH, which implies 691,200 beats each day! The Valjoux 7750 is shockproof and against attractive, as indicated by the German Industry Regulations.
DC 56 is a top-notch and military-motivated instrument watch. The mechanical advancements by Damasko become obvious after wearing the watch. The cost paid for these German specialized advancements is a deal contrasted with numerous watches valued at around €5,000 with parts made in Asia and gathered in Switzerland.
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