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This came in yesterday.
I just let the pictures speak for themselves.

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That looks great. I was afraid it might be too much, but it's subtle and classy.
 
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Thanks guys.


That looks great. I was afraid it might be too much, but it's subtle and classy.
It's very subtle and classy indeed.
From a little distance nobody would notice the Damascus case.

Just another shot I just made.

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Lovely photos! I'm stoked to hear that you enjoy it, this has to be one of the last few pieces left for sale :)
Awesome to hear you like the photos Elshan.
You did a great job and this is a watch that loves the camera.
Would you ever use this material again for a case or was it just to difficult to work with?

Yes I feel very lucky to own one of the last pieces available. (They still have one or more pieces for sale)
Thanks again for your response and keep up the good work.
 

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Very interesting. I know that damascus steel looks cool when used for knife blades. I never thought it could be used for a watch case.
 

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I love the damascus case. For me, I could stand to see it etched even more deeply.

Edit: Wow, I just read that they only produced 25 of these in the damascus case.
 
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