Half a month back, we distributed an article chronicling our excursion to Damasko’s factory in Germany. Damasko’s a mind boggling brand, and in the event that you haven’t read our story or watched our short film, you should proceed to do that first ( click here ). But since there’s such a huge amount to tell, we needed to get the mics out and record a scene about our outing, what we saw, what we realized, and significantly more. So on this week’s scene of The Worn & Wound Podcast, we’re talking Damasko.
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Let’s kick things off with the wrist check.
Blake with an Oris Big Crown Pointer Date
Zach with a Vero Sport Watch in treated steel
Ilya with his Grand Seiko Ref. SBGM221
Check out our Damasko video beneath, and click here for the full article.
To study Damasko, click here .