At least, in many parts of the world, it certainly has. Our friends over at GoS have just released a new coloration for their Winter line of the Seasons watches, and I, for one, and really liking it.
Of course, I already like damascus steel patterns, and blue is always a safe bet in my book. That aside, this does capture a wintery feel, without needing to resort to the drab greys we’d more normally come to associate with the season.
Oh, and how do they do this? With a clever mix of surface treatments and precise tempering. In other words, not easily reproduced by anyone other than them, I’d imagine.
If you’d like to read some more around these interesting watches, you can check out our earlier writeup here.
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