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Title: Damasko DC-56si
Post by: ViiiLaix on April 11, 2015, 11:03:01 PM
Hi guys, been eyeing for this piece. Are there any brother outhere own a damasko with 7750movement?
How is the quality overall? Is the rotor loud as a 7750 famous of being valjoux wobble?
Or the Si technology do play its parts here ?
Is the case built really up against scrathes?
Mind to share where to get it online or locally ?
Title: Re: Damasko DC-56si
Post by: TJWN on April 12, 2015, 10:56:19 AM
The Si stands for silicone which they modified the escapement part,

The uni-directional winding of the 7750 still remains the same, which means the wobble will still around but would be lesser compared to other 7750 watches as it comes with a solid back case and a soft iron cage (for dc56 yes but not sure for dc56 si*which si is already anti magnetic) to shield movement from magnetic field.

Casing wise very good review from and feedback from majority of the owner. Hardness of the case is higher than stainless steel, theoretically any material that is higher in hardness could scratch the one lower. The ice-hardened case is 800 vickers which is alsmot 4 times of the 316L stainless steel hardness.
Title: Re: Damasko DC-56si
Post by: Ray55 on June 26, 2017, 03:09:32 PM
It's one of my collection and plan to add another Damasko into it.  I'll say Damasko really over engineered this piece.  With solid case back the sound is not as loud as compare to other 7750.  It's a well bang of buck bro!  :thumbsup: