Not necessarily, 1234tuba.Same question. I’m afraid these bigger (and cooler) Damaskos might be too big for me.
My 'flattish' arm is about 6.5" / 165cm. The DC86 and other models have lugs that are sharply down-turned close to the case. This makes the watch easy to fit a smaller arm.
If your arm bone is very rounded - not so good.
The only issues I would see is that:
A) You 'think' the 42mm might be too large.
B) You feel the weight and height of the watch would be too great. (I am immune to height/ weight; that does not factor in for me.)
I used to think these 'won't fit me' things too, until I tried on some models.
I did get some surprises, learning that many larger watches fit me just fine.
I suggest trying on a watch before deciding to not get something you think you like.
Damasko's are fine watches, and you should investigate further if you like them.
I was skeptical before getting my first Damasko (a DK11,) and was pleasantly surprised when I received it, especially with being unable to first try one on.
Arm-shot photos are often misleading due to the perspective and magnification results, making them appear to be larger than what is your real-life on-the-arm experience.