German tool watch lovers will rejoice this month, as we are giving away a limited-edition Damasko watch. One lucky aBlogtoWatch audience member will get a Damasko Timeless DB1 watch which is a limited edition of 50 pieces and part of a series of four different Damasko Timeless DB watches (of 200 pieces total) produced exclusively for Timeless Luxury Watches by the esteemed boutique German company.

The Timeless Damasko DB Limited Edition watches are based on the popular Damasko DA36 watches but with some different colors and a vintage-style strap. A matching steel bracelet is also available. The Damasko Timeless DB1’s specially hardened steel case is 40mm wide and is highly resistant to magnetism. In typical Damasko character, the case has an almost satin, sandblasted matte finishing. Two versions of the Damasko Timeless DB limited edition watches come in natural steel cases while two other ones are coated in black.

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There are also two sizes of the Damasko Timeless DB watches in the wider collection. The Damasko Timeless DB1 has the more traditional face that is black with “vintage” colored lume-painted hands and hour markers. Highly legible, the pilot-style display also features a modern-looking light blue-colored seconds hand (and the crosshair motif in the center is also cool).

Inside the Damasko Timeless DB watches is a Swiss ETA 2836-2 automatic movement which offers the time with a slightly off-center day of the week and date display unique to Damasko and that they do pretty well (also using matching-color calendar discs, which is highly appreciated). Sporty, timeless, and just a little elegant, you can pretty much go anywhere and do anything with a classic pilot-style watch such as those produced by Damasko. This Damasko Timeless DB1 model has a retail price of $1,300 each. For a chance to win one this month on aBlogtoWatch enter below.

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3. Wait until the giveaway is over on September 30, 2016, for the winner to be chosen at random. A couple of basic rules. You can only enter once. You must comment with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. Your comment must be confirmed and approved. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen. Shipping restrictions to non-US entrants may apply based on sponsor’s policies. Giveaway watch selection based on sponsor’s inventory and watch availability. All comments made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. If you are chosen as a winner, you then have 24 hours to ensure receipt of your full shipping information or an alternative winner will be chosen. For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

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That’s a cracking-looking watch. Very classy. Thanks for the giveaway! I’d like to see them have a go at a Nomos Tangente.

  • Of all the watches ABtW has given away. This is my absolute favorite. Its has totally nailed the field look. Of all the colors, the blue second hand is the best as well. I’m already jealous of the winner. Sigh….

  • I’d love to see a limited version of the Zenith El Primero Original. It’s a great watch but could use a few new original twists to keep it interesting.

  • Brilliant giveaway: good team-work with Timeless! I’d love to see some of the Grand Seiko mechanical watches with some added colour, in particular the SBGM023.

  • Really like that robust look of the black DB2. A limited edition of the new Bremont AC-R/SS (presented at Baselworld ’16) by Timeless Luxury Watches could turn out just perfect

  • Lovely watch, I would like to see Timeless Luxury Watches release a variation on the Damasko DA35. (Can you guess I really like Damasko watches?).

  • Would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches do a limited version of a Grand Seiko Spring Drive. Particularly SBGA031

  • And don’t forget this watch is also indestructible, it has a tegimented technology similar to Sinn. The watch ill love to see in limited edition is Ball fahrenheit with open backcase. Thx

  • Would love to see a Nomos Ahoi done in a similar style to the previous Nomos Timeless editions.

  • I’ve always been partial to simple, elegant pilot-style watches like this. Wouldn’t mind having one on my wrist!

  • Could it be a bremont limited edition with Silverstone racing track?
    Their jaguar limited edition is so cool

  • Any of them would be a wonderful, well received prize, but it’s the DB1 the one I like best.

  • Looking at brands represented by Timeless luxury watches, I would like to see some
    classical limited-edition of Mühle Glashütte with reflection to Teutonia II
    Chronograph where instead of a white face dial I would like to see emerald
    green or navy (italian) blue face dial. It would be interesting to engrave a
    name/surname of watch buyer on the backcase together with limited edition

    This Damasko DB1 is such a timeless watch. Would like to win this one then any
    others before…ahhh…

  • Please pick me! I would like to see a special edition of the Seiko “Turtle” re-issue. With a sapphire crystal, and maybe the gold tone hands & hour markers, paired with a brown bezel insert. It would be unique among Seiko diver watches. 🙂

  • I love the timeless special editions!
    I’ve recently fallen for the Nomos midnight orion, though by the time I can save up to it it’ll be sold out.
    On the spirit of Damasko, I would like to see a DA36 with lumed numerals, second hand and BGW9. (or even a C3 & BGW9 combination!)

  • Timeless Luxury have one of my favourite independents in Speake Marin and a Limited Edition of the Wing Commander would be great

  • Damasko has certainly ‘upped’their presence in the last few years – Well Done.
    As for Timeless Luxury; maybe a nice special edition of a Rolex Milgauss or Air King model.
    Something with simple lines but really well-done.
    Best to All.

  • Great giveaway of a nice watch. Would love to see a special edition of the Glashütte Original Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date

  • Going to be a little greedy here and suggest two Timless Editions; firstly a Grand Seiko 44GS SBGWxx reissue with deep blue dial, silver indices, hour and minute hands with a gold seconds hand + gold logo.

    Secondly a Timless edition of the Damasko DK100101, with cream watch face and date wheel, brushed metal indices, hour and minute hands (preferably no lume) and a blue seconds hand.

    Thank you and goodnight.

  • I’d like to see a Nomos Tetra given a similar treatment to the Nomos Orion Midnight edition. I’m a sucker for that look, and the Orion is way up on my ‘buy soon’ list.

  • Looks like a great Tool-Watch! I’d love a limited edition Nomos Ahoi with blue waves on the dial.

  • Nice looking tool watch. Would love to see a Limited Edition of the Rado DiaMaster M, love this watch

  • Seiko Pogue limited edition would be awesome if a re-edition is allowed, or a Turtle from the current watches…

  • I’d love to see a custom Luminox, base on the Altacama. It would be an automatic, but use the flat black dial with printed 24-hour track from their quartz version instead of the stippled/beveled steel version in their current automatic. Taking it one step further, it should be the wide date aperture version from their previous design of the Altacama. The side-by-side day/date is just not as visually interesting. The case would be a brushed 316L, or possibly blasted finish, and come with a two piece NATO strap (to show the display back), in green or black.

    This end result is a basic field watch, with the only flairs being the day at 9, wide date at 3, and the obvious Tritium gas tube lume. Their current Altacama is too busy and needs a back to basics look.

  • The Nomos Tetra Neomatik Tiefblau is a special watch that deserves a special edition. I’d love to have the limited edition number on the watch face.

  • Nice watch! Would love to see another special edition of a Ball watch. Maybe a new tool watch with a thermometer and a barometer. Or a Ball GMT with a jumping hour function.

  • Great giveaway! What I would like to see is NOMOS Ahoi “Atlantik” in blue, colors like the NOMOS Club in Timeless version; with one of the modern mechanisms like in Tangomat.

  • I would love to see a TL limited Grand Seiko with an unusual dial color (for GS), like a diver with an orange or yellow dial.

  • Keeping with the German theme (and throwing down the gauntlet) I’d like to see something like a Muhle Glaschutte Rasmus, with a titanium case. Probably not gonna happen, but that would be a nice way to sport that large of a watch comfortably, and it would probably be very limited. 😉

  • A LE version of an Bremont ALT1-C* series watch, with a beige colored strap and silver colored dial. Like the Seiko SSC081.

  • I’d like to see another custom Nomos, an Ahoi with yellow gold accents. Perhaps a custom dial color.

  • I think a special edition Tudor Black Bay would be cool, or maybe do something with a Grand Seiko.

  • I’d like to see a limited edition Speedmaster Pro with a white dial – just like Omega used to do with the Japanese department stores…

  • I have always been a fan of Damasko watches, these are a nice touch. How about a version of the Muhle Glashutte Teutonia II Chronometer? A simple design that could be enhanced tastefully.

  • I would love to win this watch. I ordered a Damasko DC66 3 months ago and I am still waiting for it. At this rate I could possibly win this watch while I am still waiting for my order.

  • I would like to say a Zenith Pilot Type 20 limited edition with a little special color combination on the dial is going to look great.

  • Really good design, I love the DB4!
    I would love to see them making a limited addition of Mühle Glashütte Nautical (or better the SAR, hopefully they’ll carry it). I feel that Mühle Glashütte is underrated, might need a bit of lift.

  • Damasko’s watches are sublime. Just the fact that there is this giveaway this month on Damasko makes me happy.

  • How about a GMT version of the Tudor Black Bay, that would be kinda cool. Would love to win that watch!

  • Tweak the DB1, putting a ‘glass box’ domed sapphire crystal on it. Dark blue dial would be nice, too.

    Take the Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 and put a dial on it that looks like the clock character in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”. Maybe. 😉

    Would love to see any pilot watch with a black MOP dial. IMO, there aren’t enough MOP dial watches available in the $500 – $1500 price range.

  • I would love to see a Limited Edition Zenith Pilot. Pilot watches are pretty standard aesthetically, but the Zenith one is rather unique. So a LE of a unique watch would be fantastic.

  • I’d vote for a Tudor Black Bay 36 – add a little flash of color or a vintage look similar to the Black Bay Black…

  • I’d really like to see more and more models in the smaller sizes like 35 and 36 mm as I have a smaller wrist.

  • Love the simple, no-nonsense dial, reason why I’m wearing a similar styled Seiko 5 on my wrist at the moment, same sand-blasted case, just much smaller 😉 with similar dial, day-date function, etc. Love the color of the leather it comes on as well, I think I’d prefer that to the sand-blasted bracelet. Very nice watch, I’d be a happy camper with this one.

  • I agree with a lot of the other people on here and would love to see a look similar to the Tudor Black Bay – maybe with a black coated finish similar to their DA44 watch

  • I would like to see a Tudor with various blue dial options available. (This DB1 is SHARP!)

  • German craftmanship at its best, I’d sure like to win that Damasko DB1 and I would wear it with honor

  • I would love to see Omega issue a 39.7mm Speedmaster Moonwatch Chronograph with twisted lugs and a metal bracelet. IMHO, twisted lugs would look better with the smaller case. And a bracelet would be a marked improvement over the few bands Omega offers in 19mm.

  • I would love to see some limited edition versions of a Nomos Tangente. It is such a fascinating watch. Either a sunburst rhodium-dialled or enamel-dialled Tangente with applied stick markers instead of the odd-numbered hour numbers. With a charcoal distressed leather strap and bespoke deployant clasp. No date of course and only the 35mm (it needs to be properly limited edition).

  • I know that this might not be possible, but I would love to see a special edition Nomos Ahoi with a diver bezel from Timeless.

  • As a history major, I love vintage inspired watches such as these Damaskos. However, it would be fantastic see Timeless work with Seiko (not Grand) to create a modern, limited edition watch. I love Seiko but with so many of them out there it would be cool to have an affordable, limited edition diver/dress/whatever.

  • I love Damasko. I’d like to see a similar color scheme timeless limited edition Muhle Glasshute Terrasport.

  • I think the watch/s have a very unpretentious workmen like look.Not all watches have to look like a heavy duty diver’s watch, or a fancy dress watch. I would be proud to wear one on my wrist.

  • A limited edition of an Omega Speedmaster Professional would be a fun idea. Yes the watch has a lot of limited editions on the market, but there are so many colors that would make the watch look better than the original and they currently do not have a limited edition of that watch.

  • Would like to see Timeless to do a limited edition of a Damasko with a GMT movement in any of the DA34, 36 or 44 lines.

  • I would love to see a limited edition Glashutte Original Seventies Panorama Date. Alternative choice: IWC Ingenieur 3239.

  • A limited edition Grand Seiko would be, well, grand – they don’t get enough love on this side of the Pacific, IMO.

  • I’d love to see a special edition Omega watch – a Speedmaster GMT Chronograph with the look and feel of the Moon Watch, and incorporate designs from the International Space Station.

  • A limited edition Omega PO would be great, particularly something with GMT. The Speedys have a ton of LE’s, so how about something different.

  • Good information, great watch to advertise and give away. Enjoy when you have articles about smaller, independent watch companies like Damasko. I have owned several, excellent values. More articles on independent German brands would be cool. Thanks. A limited edition Grand Seiko would be pretty cool.

  • I’d like to see them do a limited edition Grand Seiko Hi-Beat GMT like the SBGJ011 with a blue dial, high polished douphin hand set, and a yellow GMT hand.

  • I’d like to see Timeless Luxury Watches come out with a limited edition Tudor Pelagos. The Pelagos is a great blend on classic style and modern design, so I think a limited edition could be great!

  • I’ve always liked the design of Nomos watches. Would love to see a limited edition of the Tangomat.

  • Would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches do a limited edition version of either the Frederique Constant Slimline or Classics Index. Both are traditionally styled and could use the subtle tweaks previous limited editions have benefited from!

  • A dual time or GMT Nomos would be a nice next step. Like the other Nomos specials they’ve done.

  • As a big Seiko fan a limited snow flake Grand Seiko, and i almost pulled the trigger a
    few times on this Damasko.

  • Would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches do a limited edition version of either the Frederique Constant Slimline or Classics Index. Both are traditionally styled and could use the subtle tweaks previous limited editions have benefited from.

  • Girard-Perregaux Place Girardet 1880. I just love that watch, would love to see it in a limited edition manual movement.

  • Hmm. I’ve already seen the Bremont, Nomos, and Damasko LEs, and they’ve all been great. For a new one, I’ve got to go with Junghans. I think TLW can do something great with these styles.

  • I would like to see a Timeless edition of the Bremont U2/T. Great watch that would be customized even better!

  • Big fan of the Bremont U2/T – a simple, classic and masculine watch. Would love to see what TLW could do.

  • This is THE watch I’ve been looking at for a while. Damasko has always been impressive. It would be cool to see the Schaumburg AQM-4 in a limited edition to bring light to a lesser known quality brand.

  • I would love to see a Timeless LE of the Frederique Constant Classics moonphase – maybe a special dial color.

  • would love to see a limited edition omega speedmaster professional, a perfect sporty watch

  • I’m not a huge fan of limited editions of anything. Rarefying something that’s already quite rare seems excessive to me. That said, I’m bothered by the absence of Arabic indices on Grand Seiko’s lineup. How about Grand Seiko Snowflake with Arabic indices?

  • This is the kind of watches that I like. All four of them are nice, but I prefer the DB1!

  • For me, the ultimate would be a Grand Seiko 45GS tribute with a 9S hand wound “hi-beat” movement.

  • Great job!

    A DA36 with a GMT hand – like the DK 200 (but without the 24h marquers). Or a DK 200 in yellow (and ideally without the 24h marquers).

  • The giveaways never fail to impress here. Everyone comes out and plays when a giveaway shows up.

    Urg Ariel, people have faces, watches have dials!

    As far as which model? Limited Edition doesn’t mean that much to me. So, I wouldn’t care if they made any of there models limited editions. Plus, wouldn’t they have to come out with a new model to make a limited edition? You can’t take a watch that they have made a lot of, and then come out with it as a limited edition. Although, Athaya did a numbered limited edition, then decided to do another numbered limited edition of the same watch. Go figure!

  • I think a limited edition Tudor North Flag would be really neat.
    Great giveaway! I would love a Damasko. The over engineering is what I am obsessed about.

  • I would love to see a limited edition Seiko Tuna in a new colour scheme , perhaps in Pepsi or Coke colours.

  • Since I first saw Nomos, I thought they captured a sort of casual, yet engineered, sophistication. The Automatic Datum 38 is my favorite, but I do want a bit of depth to the face. I think a treatment like Panerai with the cut out indicators.

  • This is really not likely, but a limited edition Tudor Pelagos, or even black bay would be amazing and sell out extremely quickly.

    Damasko has been on my radar for a while. I love the simplicity and ruggedness. Someone will be very lucky to win this.

  • in 8 years let them make Richard Mille “Jackie Chan 70 yo.” limited edition of 70 pieces and sell it on the auction to all his biggest fans!
    Marco Bizzarri, if you are reading this, please find me and give me the number #66 watch of that collection;)

  • This is an amazing give-away, I have always admired the engineering that goes into Damasko watches. I would like to see a limited edition seiko prospex turtle with a gmt complication.

  • I think the Nomos Club could be a good candidate for limited edition. Its minimalism offers great oportunities.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  • A Speake-Marin Magister Double Tourbillon limited edition with black/blue dial and white markers.

  • I’d love to see a limited edition of an Alexander Shorokhoff Avantgarde, either Stripes or Regulator. I’m sure it would become an instant classic and a future reference for horology.

  • A limited edition of the Grand Seiko SBGH019 would be the perfect watch if the ONLY thing changed was to add a blued seconds hand. That’s it, no extra wording or anything on the dial. Maybe a number on the back,i.e.”1/200″ would be OK… too many limited editions are cluttered up by tacky nonsense.

  • I’d love to see a limited edition of the Omega Seamaster Golf edition — maybe one that has numbers on the dial, is PVD coated, and has hour and minute hands made of white gold.

  • I am so excited for this contest. I would love to see a limited edition tudor black bay or anything by Nomos. The world timer would be awesome as a limited edition. There are just so many choices!

  • A Nomos Metro, with their Zeta/auto/date movement, the original graphite/mint colourscheme, and matching lumed hands would make me very happy.

  • Would be great to see a limited edition issue of one of Soviet/Russian made military style “Komandirskie” watch.

  • It seems like a Tudor Ranger would be right up there alley, but perhaps this Damasko gets too close to that. Grand Seiko (ceramic maybe?) would be great as well.

  • Holy moly what an amazing prize!! Ive always loved Bremont, they make some amazing pieces but the Supermarine is one of my favorites; truly that watch deserves a LE version made.

  • It seems like a Tudor Ranger would be right up their alley, but perhaps this Damasko gets too close to that. Grand Seiko (ceramic maybe?) would be great as well.

  • Tudor Black Bay limited edition would definitely be the best choice! Grand Seiko Spring is also nice, especially if it could be combined with DLC coating.

  • Limited edition Tudor Black Bay Bronze in the 38mm range (bronze can’t go smaller I know, I know, but I can ask!)

  • I like that Damasko; it looks quite versatile. I’d like to see Timeless Luxury do a limited edition Muhle Glashutte.

  • A limited edition Bremont with no date, 39mm, in Grade 5 Titanium would be an outstanding watch.

  • An Alexander Shorokhoff watch inspired by Rudolf Nureyev (dancer) or Vladimir Nabokov (writer)

  • A limited edition Schaumburg Flightmatic, but the limited edition Damasko Timeless DB1 is tough to top.

  • I really like the Tudor Black Bay Bronze, but I would love a special edition without the ugly numbers on the dial (why didn’t they stick with great dial on the other Black Bays?). An all-bronze bezel would also be an awesome touch.

  • A special edition (another) of the Zenith El Primero would be fun to see. Thanks for the chance to win the Damasko, it’s a beautiful piece.

  • The Damasko Timeless DB Series watches seem to emphasize the primary purpose of a good watch: providing the wearer the correct time at a glance. I would like to see a limited edition Omega Diver Co-Axial chronograph.

  • A modest, steel Hublot with date complication, no larger than 38mm. I’m assuming it would be limited to about three examples.

    And congratulations on a great series with Damasko!

  • Damasko should produce a limited series of DA38, no date, no logo watches. Superluminova too of course.

    And if they would do a dark blue dial…..who could say no that? The world needs a dark blue, no date, no logo Damasko with a Top Grade ETA movement.

  • I’d like to see some limited editions of the You are here
    Frederique Constant Healey Chronograph

  • Love their Bremont Limited Edition. Curious as to what a Zenith Limited Edition from Timeless Luxury would look like.

  • I really like the vintage pilot look of this kind of watches. This is yet another examples of how classy and elegant a retro pilot watch can look. Others is the new Zenith Pilot Type 20 and Fortis Pilot professional with is another favourite. Very nice indeed!

  • A great article. I’d like to see a limited edition Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean with more contrast on the numbers and hands.

  • Would really like to see a special edition of the Grand Seiko SBGA029. Fantastic watch that would benefit from a little sprucing up in SE form!

  • I would love to see a time-only Grand Seiko Spring Drive in rose gold with a tobacco brown dial and rose gold hands and indices. Not that I could afford it, but I’d still love to see it.

  • An Omega big triangle 300 with sandwich dial and twisted lugs. Blue coloured and on a bracelet.

  • It would be great to see a limited edition Nomos, I personally would love a special edition Nomos Club.

  • In going with the “timeless” nature of your business name, I suggest doing a limited edition run of the Tudor Black Bay. Really customizing any version of the black bay would be amazing, but think about how amazing a Black Bay Black would look with dive specific specs including an orange hand, engraved case back with TLW ocean theme, DLC shark mesh with Isofrane option, in a waterproof case. That would be awesome!

  • I really like the Damasko. Would be fascinated to see what they could do with Muhle Glashutte Terranaut I Trail.

  • I would love to see a limited edition Damasko hand wound watch with white dial, small seconds, and no date.

  • I really like the color scheme of these watches. Some additional watches that I’d like to see Timeless work on would include the Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special 45 mm or the Zenith Pilot Type 20 GMT 48 mm.

  • I’ve always wanted a German watch…I like the teutonic nature of these watches. Maybe one day

  • Great looking watch… I’ll be happy to win one! Would love to see a special edition Bremont chrono offered at timeless.

  • I would love a limited edition Alexander Shorokhoff Avantgarde Ladies Chrono. Liked, following, and liked. 🙂

  • What a great looking watch. I’m a huge fan of the straight forward aviator style watches so this special edition is exactly what I would have them carry.

  • I’ld love to see a Nomos Ahoi with a grey sunburst dial (like the Sinn 556 Limited Edition).
    With the orange(?) minute and hour hands of the Club and a Red seconds hand.But then without the Date to keep it simple.

  • I would love to see a limited edition of the Zenith El Primo with a British Racing Green dial.

  • oh I love Damasko and I love Timeless Luxury (their reviews are always appreciated). I know they’ve been asked to do it before but I’ll ask again, a Timeless Limited Edition Grand Seiko! Blue (like all the other LEs) but textured dial. Hi-Beat or SD.

  • I’d like to see a limited edition Tudor Heritage Chrono. Grey dial with orange inserts and a matt case finish

  • This is a superb watch. Between the first-rate video reviews, the excellent limited editions and the generous giveaways, TLW is a genuinely positive force in horology.

    I would like to see a Nomos Metro with a salmon dial (similar to the Salmon dials used by FP Journe).

  • I know they’re nowhere near Houston where it would make more sense but Texas has great lakes you don’t have to be on the Gulf to get in the water and a TL limited edition Tudor Black Bay would be awesome.

  • I would like to see Timeless Luxury Watches get together with Seiko and make a special edition of the SRP777. Similar to the PADI otherwise known as the SRPA21. That way it could be a limited edition of a workhorse of a watch that would not break the bank.

  • I would like to see limited edition of Nomos Orion with silicon hairspring. Its timeless design then would be matched with durability of silicium. Then, maybe, it could have some dial color that matches the look of pure silicium, with sunburst effect. Or even better, it could have a dial made out of pure silicon.

  • I’d like to see a limited edition of the watch I’m currently wearing – the Seiko Prospex SBDC007 Shogun. For the limited edition, convert the Hardlex crystal to sapphire and replace the aluminum bezel with ceramic. Maybe throw in some other dial colors as well.

  • I know they already did the Bremont U2/T LE, but I’d love to see an LE of the BC-S2 with a BLUE dial.

    Awesome giveaway!

  • I’d like to see a special Limited Edition of Tudor Black Bay. Perhaps something with an adventure/exploration themed design.

  • I would like Timeless Luxury Watches to make a limited-edition version of Tudor Black Bay or Nomos Zurich.

  • I would love to see a blue dial, blue or steel bezel Damasko DK11.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • I’d love to see a Black Bay 36 with vintage lume on the indices and blued hands, much like they did with the Bremont U-2.

  • I would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches produce the Ball Red Label in a limited Formula 1 piece. Lots of color on the dial and the band with a little stripe around the edge.

  • I would love to see an Omega Seamster 300 professional, done in a limited edition. Make Omega say…”Wow!!! That’s nice!”

  • Very cool GAW!! I really love Damasko’s style but it would be nice if they made a diver. I guess I’d really like to see a Damasko GMT with a WR of at least 200m.

  • This giveaway is great. As a limited edition I would like to see the new Tag Heuer Calibre 5 in black with an Airforce artwork engraved. Valid for all airforces of the world.

  • I’m a big fan of the Nomos watches, love the club. Think a metro in blue would be fantastic!!! I’d buy one ?

  • I would love to see a special edition of a Grand Seiko Spring Drive with longer power reserve and special hands and markers. Something like a cross between the SBGA125 and the 8-day.

  • I would like to see a limited edition Nomos Orion where the sub seconds dial is a contrasting color, possibly a panda.

  • the Damasko Timeless DB4 is just what i like..simple face,easy to read,well made,classy look. For a red second hand would be a perfect change.

  • Till the end of the year i should be done with my university degree and become a German teacher. It would be a great honor to finish the university with a BANG, and celebrate it with a fine, durable, sober German made watch like this! 🙂

  • I would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches make a limited edition version of the Tudor Black Bay on the stainless steel bracelet.

  • a Nomos Ahoi limited edition would be nice. Maybe a PVD case or reverse the colors of the white dial version. Baby blue face with white hands.

  • this is an awesome giveaway! i love Damasko. i would like to see them do a limited edition version of the Omega Speedmaster Mark II.

  • Would love to see also a limited edition of Damasko DB models with no day and no date window. Thanks!

  • Especially the tool watch I’m currently looking forfor. Please pick me, my dreams for this beauty until then!

  • So far Timeless has done nothing but improve the looks of their limited editions. They have taken popular and well built watches and made them better, something the manufacture must surely appreciate.

    In the very near future I would like Timeless to set their sights on the Tudor Heritage Advisor, (I need another alarm watch) add a blue dial and change the existing red bits to white and then do whatever else it is they want to do with the rest of the watch because I know it will be an improvement.

  • I would love some kind of Custom Omega Seamaster, 300 MC or 300 professional. Love the Damasko in this one.

  • Without going too far, I would say a Damasko DA45 but with a light grey dial and an orange seconds hand. No numerals and rotating bezel. Grey and orange is my favorite color combination.

  • Great prize this month. I’d like to see a slightly larger Girard-Perregaux Traveller49700-21-631-BB6C the 44mm just seems a tiny bit crowded in person so add 1-2 mm and being able to customize the cities on the dial , or at least add my one home one, would be great

  • I think it would be cool to see a limited edition of the Grand Seiko SBGJ013. Maybe a PVD version would be interesting.

  • Love the DB line. Their forte, of course, being their metallurgical knowledge and treatment of their cases. Like Ben, I’d love to see an Omega in the Timeless LE line-up, using one of the 8500 series movements. I already have the DB4 and love it, but another in the LE series would be wonderful!

  • What about a Tudor BB “tropical” – brown dial with vintage markers.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • A special edition of the Ball Moon Phase, or any moon phase would be amazing. Dont see enough of them imo.

  • I have always had a thing for vintage looking pieces. I personally would love to see a Tudor Pelagos. Although, I would also like to see this boutique company invest more into customizing up-and-coming brands such as Orient.

  • Love the Damasko special editions! Fantastic pieces! I would like to see a Timeless Luxury Watches Special Edition Omega seamaster 300 or the ever classic Zenith El Primero ?

  • Let Timeless approach Seiko, and ask them to make a Grans Seiko with arabic numerals, manual wind spring drive. Blued heated polished hands, and instead of GS or lion motif on the dial make it a Texas Lone star.

  • I really like the DB4, but would definately be proud to wear the DB1. I’d like to see Timeless Luxury Watches make a special edition of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT. A special dial would be cool.

  • These Damasko special editions are nice! I’d like to see a special edition Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean in titanium.

  • Let me just say I love the look DB4!
    As for limited edition I’d love to see Bremont BC-S2. I’ve always liked the Spitfire inspired face. Would love to see them take a step farther and maybe incorporate classic RAF colours.

  • I’d love to see what Timeless could do with a brand like Frederique Constant, especially their vintage rally chronographs like the Peking to Paris model.

  • I’ve always been torn between Sinn and Damasko. These are sharp and Timeless does some really cool stuff with interesting watch makers.

  • I would like to see a very limited edition of the Breitling Navitimer with the arabic numbers.

  • I really like this giveaway. I am fan of Omega Speedmaster so I would like to see limited edition of it.

  • I’d like to see a limited edition version of the Armin Strom Skeleton with a grey dial and longer hands. Super cool looking watch.

  • This Damasko watch looks very nice. I’ve always loved the submariner, so I think it would be awesome to have a limited edition version of it.

  • Such a selection. I wish ya were closer to shop. I would like it if Timeless Luxury Watches was able too make a limited-edition version of one of the Omega Seamaster watches. I would love large hands with lots of lume. I am not a deep sea diver so a serious “pool master” perhaps a “beach master” for the salt water fans out there.
    This Damasko Timeless DB1 appears to have a lot of lume…. I like the face design a lot.

  • Wow ! I never take part in the giveaway of watches I don’t care for as I want to give a higher chance to people who would really appreciate the watch. But this one is mind blowing. Boy does is look good.

    Can only imagine what a zenith elite power reserve would like after their take at it. Would really like to see a limited edition of the regular black version !

  • These special editions are the first Damasko watches that really caught my eye. Both the DB1 and DB2 are very cool. I’d also love to see a special edition of the Nomos Metro or Tudor Ranger.

  • Not very familiar with Damasko, but I think I should be after seeing these! As far as Timeless Luxury, the Tudor Black Bay 36 has my heart but a special edition of it could be… Well, special, I guess. Classic size with killer looks, but looks that could be even more killer if done carefully!

  • would LOVE if there was a limited edition Shorokhoff! of course, they all seem like limited editions given the creativity and intricate detail… but still! something limited in classic color combos would be GREAT!

  • Always love the german brands – these are very nice.

    Id like to see a LE Zenith Type 20 Pilot Watch ?

  • This is as the name states timeless. This is a timepiece I definitely would love to have and wear. A true classic style. The DB1 night view is perfect.

  • Timeless has done well with simply stated watches so I think a Tudor Ranger would be perfect for a limited edition.

  • I think a limited run on a modern classic such as the Tissot Visodate, maybe with blued steel hands; or a Seiko Turtle in green & black like… Well, a turtle!

  • Love this watch. Have been considering a Damasko for some time, Would also love to see a Zenith Pilot Timeless version.

  • Wouldn’t mind them doing something perhaps with Mont Blanc and maybe a little something special with their star collection…a nice blue dial and gold trim perhaps

  • Love the simple execution of this fine German watch. Wondering what Timeless could do with some of the classic Oris models like the Divers Sixty-Five 42. Thanks!

  • I would love a limited edition of a Frederique Constant watch for my hubby. He loves that brand.

    • Would probably never happen but I’m sure I’m not the only one who would love for the Omega Seamaster sword hands (2254:50)to reappear- black face and bezel, wave dial, red tipped second hand with.. Day/date ?

      Could be the perfect watch.

  • Would love to see a limited edition version of the Tudor heritage black bay, maybe special color combo or material.

  • I think it would be nice to see Omega do something special to Michael Phelps since he is an ambassador for the brand. The watch could be a golden Seamaster and details honoring all the gold olympic medals he won in his career.

  • I think the option for an LE with the most potential for success commercially is the tudor black bay.

  • I know they have done Nomos before, but I would love to see the Tangomat GMT get a lumed special edition. If it had to be a new brand for a special edition, I would love the Zenith Stratos Flyback and am always looking for new color combos and straps.

  • Timeless Luxury Watches seems to get unique collaboration opportunities. As an authorized Grand Seiko dealer I would love to see a limited edition Timeless Grand Seiko Spring Drive without a power reserve indicator and a matching colour date disc.

  • Would probably never happen but I’m sure I’m not the only one who would love for the Omega Seamaster sword hands (2254:50)to reappear- black face and bezel, wave dial, red tipped second hand with.. Day/date ?

    perfect watch

  • I would like to see them take the Glashütte Antaria Kleine Sekunde and to illuminate the dials and maybe do a special caseback as well

  • Awesome opportunity! I think a custom Nomos metro 38mm with their great blue dial would be incredible.

  • Amazing piece. I absolutely love Damasko. I would have loved to see a JR LE but, since they no longer carry JR, I’d say a Muhle Glashutte Marinus LE.

  • A Tudor Heritage ‘Code Blue’ Ranger, with white dial/hand lume which glows blue, plus a blue tudor rose on the dial. Maybe even a blue second hand? ?

  • great looking watch–all 4 of them. As for one of their brands that I’d like to see modified/enhanced: Zenith El Primero.

  • I’m lusting after Panerai these days. I’d be interested in seeing a collaboration on a Luminor, even if I can’t afford one any time soon.

  • Love this Damasko. But the limited edition I would love to see is a Tudor Black Bay with a similar color pattern to the Timeless Luxury limited edition Bremont U2

  • i would love to see the Tudor North Flag with a similar dial to this limited edition Damasko.

  • Armin Strom has made watches out of an actual F1 engine. I’d like to see them make a limited series out of a plane engine this time: an Armin Strom Skeleton Pure Air Regulator.

  • DB1 looks like my type of watch although the Tudor Black Bay Bronze with a date function would make a fantastic special. Went to buy a Bronze yesterday and left with a breitling simply because I use the date function a lot. ( and the strap only just went round my wrist, needed a special order for a longer strap)

  • I would love to see a Seiko MM300 SBXD012 in DLC with Diashield coating. That would be EPIC!

  • A limited edition omega planet ocean deep black version with vintage lume would definitely catch the eye!

  • I’d love to see a Muhle Glashutte Terrasport given a vintage treatment ala the beautiful Timeless Damasko DB series.

  • Speake Marin, I would love to see their j class resilience pic.10013 – the one with the black face in gold, in a 38mm instead of the 42mm and with a date window somewhere, not sure how to get the date in there and maintain that dial balance – even just the 38mm could push me over the edge of is such a good looking watch

    Any of the resilience in 38mm alone is a winner to me

  • Big fan of Damasko watches. High tech metals, components and finish – built like a tank with clean lines – big value for the money

  • A limited edition version of the Muhle Glashutte Classical range such as the Teutonia with a coloured face eg yellow or orange. How’s that?!!!

  • It would be cool if Zenith would make a Limited Edition 1969 Tourbillion to commemorate World Series Champions…Particularly the Royals last year.

  • There are a vast option of pilot watches on the market, yet Damasko, an independant company continually captures my attention! Their watches are well built with a unique design and I would be proud to wear one of their watches.

  • I propose a collaboration with Seiko…possibly like the Lowercase Solar Prospex ones. It would be at a more accessible price point for all.

  • Zenith. I’d absolutely buy a limited edition Zenith if it was somehow tied to cars or being a dad.

  • The Damasko Timeless DB1 watch would make a great addition to any collection. As a suggestion I would like to see a Grand Seiko Spring Drive GMT limited edition.

  • This is as the name states timeless. This is a timepiece I definitely would love to have and wear. A true classic style. good good

  • Damasko Timeless DB1 would be the one watch that needs to be owned and worn, love this watch

  • Absolutely love Damasko’s watches!
    That said I would love to see a limited edition Nomos, or Muhle Glasshutte

  • Just purchased from timeless, and they were great and made it quite an easy transaction.

    Anyways, I would love a custom Black Bay from Tudor, they already have so many versions, I guess would be tough to come up with something nicer than they already have available, but would love like the black with some faux-patina and some red text on the dial.

  • Love that colorway on the DB1.
    As to the next limited edition watch, I propose the Nomos Tangente. Seeing the great job they did with the Timeless Club, I’m sure it would be awesome.

  • As if the Zenith El Primero doesn’t have a limited edition look already, I would love to see what else could be done with it.

  • What a beauty. Would love to see a variant without arabic markers.

    As for new limited editions, a special unique variant of the Bremont ALT1-WT/WH would be highly appealing.

  • Looks handsome! I would opt for the stainless steel bracelet. I would like to see a limited edition Seiko Credor.

  • Tudor ranger with full end links! The only thing that is missing with otherwise great watch, limited series would be perfect

  • Would love to see them do Mühle Glashütte Marinus or Nautical Limited Edition. The Marinus has a beautiful case, I’m sure they could add some spice to it.

  • I need to have this beautiful watch. It will be my first aviation styled watch in my collection.

  • I’d love to receive my 3rd Damasko for Free 😉 and i’d love to see a limited edition of a Sinn EZM3

  • I’d like to see a version of the Damasko DB with more classic flieger features such as a larger and tapered crown.

  • A very good solution for the date placement combined with the brand-name. very clean watch!
    like it a lot!

  • I would love to see a unique take on the Speedmaster Professional or the Zenith El Primero 36000VPH. Both are absolute classics and to have another company put some of their influence into the design could produce something very interesting!

  • A limited edition Seiko Sumo with ceramic bezel, domed sapphire crystal, and grey anthracite dial!
    Please do it, Timeless Luxury Watches!

    And in the meantime, I would take that Damasko please thank you very much!

  • I’d love to see a limited edition Frederique Constant Index GMT. That watch is just gorgeous!

  • Beautiful in its simplicity and a special mention to the exquisite strap. I would like to see a zenith special edition dedicated to Marcel Proust.

  • A tough question to answer but I love the styling of Nomos watches, particularly the Tetra so a special edition would be interesting.

  • A special edition of the Nomos Ludwig 38 Datum. A dark/night blue dial with shorter lugs would be the most amazing timepiece!

  • I would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches take on a Grand Seiko Spring Drive SBGA, but with some daring colors.

    In the meantime, I would of course settle for the Damasko DB1. Great job on all four watches. Keep up the good work

  • I would love to see a timeless Nomos Club with a stainless metal bracelet. That would be unique and highly coveted. Best abtw giveaway yet. Hope I win. Thanks

  • Good, legible tool watch. Yes, I would love to win….
    Special limited edition of Schaumburg, Gnomonik. A single hourhand 24 hour dial. That would be superb.

  • I love the vintage Zenith pilot watch dial/hands, and so I would like to see the creation of a limited edition in that line.

  • Love the Damasco. Simple, ergonomic, anti magnetic pilot with a great time, combination of German quality and attention to detail with a workhorse Swiss movement in a limited edition sounds great. Now, special edition of Nomos would be nice, may be slightly bigger, 42- 43 mm for older fans 🙂

  • I would like a limited edition of the Orient Mako. (updated with an ETA-2824 or 2892 movement, but only dreaming haha)

  • One of my first watches was a Zodiac which I miss dearly. I would like to see a Sea wolf or Sea dragon.

  • This is THE giveaway, a timeless, clean look watch!
    I’d like to see a Nomos pilot watch also.

  • I would love to see a Timeless version of the totally scrumptious Tudor Pelagos with a bright orange dial. High visibility for diving and, even more importantly, my absolute favourite colour. However, I suspect a matching orange rubber strap may be “de trop” even for this orange loving watch obsessive!

  • I think I’d like to see a limited run of the Zenith El Primero 38 mm in the panda-style!

  • I think a great limited edition would be a Muhle Glashutte Seebataillon with a bronze case.

  • What is beauty that Damasko would go well with my existing DA36;)

    Timeless should arrange for another Nomos Limited Edition watch on on model like the Metro or Minimatik. Would be tough not to buy that!

  • A Nomos Tangomat GMT would be an awesome special addition. Maybe with a black dial and orange or yellow hands.

  • I absolutely love Damasko watches!! The DA36 is an absolute favourite of mine. A nice limited edition Schaumburg AQM Bullfrog in bronze would be something nice!

  • That’s a great looking Damasko. I would like to see them do a limited edition Tudor Black Bay.

  • As a lots of You already mentioned A Nomos metro would be lovely, with a deep blue lambda-like dial……..

  • I would like to see a Nomos Tetra with a bright blue starburst dial and Roman numerals. Perhaps other 70s esque color starburst dials:. Orange, gold, etc.

  • A limited edition Nomos Tangente would be sweet. Or a Damasko DB1 with orange second hand.

  • I would like to see some attention to pocket watches. Maybe a Frederique Constant with a backside for viewing.

  • It’d be nice to get a 40mm version of one of the Shorokhoff Regulators. They are really nice watches, but too large!

  • Love this Damasko aviator watch, and as for a timeless luxury limited edition, really like the Omega Globemaster, really classic design.

  • Love the Damasko! They should do a Nomos Zurich Weltzeit where the HOME is in the shape of Texas.

  • What a great looking piece. A limited edition Glashütte Original Senator would be interesting, in my opinion.

  • Would love to see a LE Black Bay or Ahoi! A grey or black dial Ahoi with a little bit of color on the seconds hand or indices would be sweet.

  • The Seiko Cocktail Time, affordable, classy and would be amazing to have a limited edition take on it.

  • Amazing giveaway. Id like to see a new take on the ploprof with a minimalist dial and bezel and subtle band

  • I’d like to see a take on the Nomos Lambda.
    It’s a beautiful watch already, but a limited edition would be interesting.

  • A Tudor Black Bay Bronze special edition just for me. Wait! This watch is so special already how could they improve upon it? This Damasco would certainly serve me until the Black Bay Bronze came my way.

  • This Damasko DB1 it’s a great watch. I’d like to see the Timeless Luxury Watches to make a limited-edition version of a Nomos Metro.

  • Great giveaway, Ariel… I like the El Primero Panda suggestions. I’d also say anything with Nomos. They seem a company in need of some new ideas… It looks like Timeless & Nomos have collaborated quite a bit in the past. Luv the suggestion below by @christopherahn that they should design a “Nomos Zurich Weltzeit where the HOME is in the shape of Texas”. Brilliant…

  • DB3 does it for me from Damasko. I think a limited edition Tudor black bay with date would be great.

  • I would love to see a limited edition PVD royal oak jumbo with increased water resistance and case size (I know that sounds brash but would be very cool!)

  • Sharp watch. I love Omegas (they already to lots of limited editions) but I would like to see a blue 45mm Seamaster with throwback sword hands and a black ceramic bezel. Sweet.

  • Would love that see a Nomos Metro. Something minimal but maybe scuffed a little with a retro look

  • Superb damasko limited edition. A Nomos Zürich Weltzeit nachtblau is another awesome watch. My grail watch. =)

  • Beautiful watch and great giveaway. I’d also like to see a Timeless Limited edition of the Luminox Atacama Field Watch: it has a classic look that would lend itself nicely to a limited edition.

  • Love this Damasko. I think a limited edition of the Speake-Marin Wing Commander would be pretty cool, or dare I say….timeless.

  • I would like to see a limited edition on Rolex Datejust, it is thhr most iconic Rolex model but havent seen any limited edition of it. Maybe somthing like sub hulk coloured dial

  • Cool watch. I like how the blue second hand contrasts with the rest of the dial.
    I’d like to see Timeless Luxury Watches carry a limited edition Omega Speedmaster with a world time function.

  • Bremont does a lot of special editions. They should do a limited edition version of the Supermarine.

  • Damasks, Sinn and Bremont are at the top of my list for the most durable wrist watch cases that will repel desk swirls scratches and Knicks and drops.
    That and the fact that they are all handsome and robust looking tool watches. Lastly both damasko and sinn are offered at bargain prices – no advertising / no middle man / no crap.

    Just amazingly engineered German watches.

  • Amazing german engineering!
    It would be quite interesting to see Fortis Flieger Pro or Cockpit limited edition watches!

  • I do like this! Not only the flieger look, but the different materials and case sizes across the versions. For another limited edition – Nomos. Take Bauhaus to the extreme!

  • I got my fingers crossed for a win hear 🙂
    I think a luminox sea, would make a good limited edition watch

  • Some watches are TOO limited! I wish the PAM360 could get a limited edition re-run.
    Or…perhaps a Rolex 6538 big crown re-issue…

    But the Damasko is good too 🙂

  • i really like the standard version of this watch, and the limited looks just as stunning. I’d love to see a limited version of the DamaskoDC56 as well.

  • Would love to see a limited-edition version of the Frederique Constant Classics Index!
    Stainless steel case, blue sunburst dial, steel markers and to top it off a blue leather strap.

  • Perhaps a limited edition DA36. I love Damasko watches but they could be a little more daring with their colour options.

  • I think an Omega Seamaster 300 would be cool for a limited edition. My favorite here is the DB4.

  • Would love to see the Luminox Land in Limited edition. Very reminiscent of this beautiful Damasko.

  • Great giveaway. I would like to see Timeless do a LE of the Nomos Worldtimer, maybe in a grey dial with red accents.

  • I think a Seiko Age of Discovery would be a cool piece but it should be mechanical watch not quartz.

  • I’d like to see a Tudor Black Bay limited edition, with the new movement but old dial. (Red or Black)

  • I’d love to see another Damasko LE for one of their models with a bezel, like the DA44. It would be great to see Timeless do something creative with one of Damasko’s white dialed models as well. I particularly dig the lumed numbers on the DB series, an awesome touch!

  • Just for fun I’d love a big size Seiko Bell-Matic with strong luminous dial and hands and waterproof as well!

  • For sure the Alexander Shorokhoff Avantgarde Blue Royal!! That watch is beautiful to begin with. Limited edition of that would be unreal.

  • I’d like to see a special edition of the Grand Seiko SBGA029 with a blue dial and bezel.

  • For sure Timeless Luxury Watches should do a Nomos watch with its minamalist style, but incorporate a rugged look with elements from a Damasko.

  • I’d like to see a limited edition Zenith El Primero Tourbillon with my face as hour markers. . . .

  • I’d like to see what Timeless would create with the Bremont ALT1-P, it’s already a gorgeous looking watch and a piece of solid British (and Swiss) precision engineering at its best!

  • I’m a big fan of Omega Speedmaster and my favorite version is the Mark II. I’d like to see Timeless Luxury make a limited-edition of that watch for sure.

  • I’d like to see the DK100 It’s a great looking watch with an in house manual wind movement. I think that makes it the perfect candidate for a limited edition run.

  • Great looking watch. Personally I’d like to see them do a limited edition of the new Frederique Constant perpetual calender

  • My first exposure to Damasko. Excellent interpretation off the pilot style without being neither too busy nor plain.

  • I’d love to see an Omega Speedmaster. I’m actually a huge fan of the vintage ones so if you ever had one of those I’d be so happy!

  • Visited the TLW site for the first time. Nice selection. The Omega Globemaster is stunning! To me, would be more so if available without the date….

  • I think I’d like to see a Limited Edition version of the Timeless Damasko DB Limited Edition DB4.

  • Love the Nomos Club and Orion Limited Editions already. Would love to see a version of the Muhle Glashutte Terrasport I.

  • I think it would be great to see a Nomos Metro limited edition. That is one fetching timepiece.

  • A Frederique Constant Manufacture Classic Moonphase special “night” edition would be nice. The dial would be dark blue or black with some sort of inlay.

  • A special edition El Primero Movement chronograph from Zenith would do the trick.


  • Love the look of the DB. an LE Schaumburg AQM – 4 could make an interesting addition to the collection

  • Amazing Giveaway! I am a huge Damasko fan, so for me I would say another one, like a limited edition chronograph or DK100.

  • Great Giveaway– will be a great daily wearer
    I think a Bremont Super Marine in full ceramic would be awesome

  • The Bremont BC-F1/WH isr ealy a very nice watch. I also like the Damasko DB3, this would be great to wear

  • Great blog. I would like to see a limited edition of Luminox Land Atacama Field Day Date.

  • Would love to see Timeless Luxury do a Seiko LE of some sort or maybe a Tudor one. Snowflake Sub anyone?

  • Something solar panel based with satellite wave synching. I have it on my Citizen and I love the fact my watch has nearly zero maintanence for the coming years.

  • I think you should have a Special Edition to celebrate sports champions in major sports, such as using the colors of the New England Patriots (NFL) in the face and hands, Crimson and White (Alabama NCAA Football) etc. No text, just the colors.

  • Would like to see nomos make a limited addition of the Tangente for their 30th anniversary with a small change like domed Crystal. Not an old company but believe their watches have a timeless design and will be in the business for many years to come.

  • The all black Damasko above looks very sharp! I have always admired the Zenith El Primero line. That would be my pick. Some of them have a red, white and blue color scheme that to me feels patriotic.

  • I would love to see Timeless Luxury Watches create a limited edition of the Frederique Constant › Classics › Index GMT Model Number FC-350S5B6B.
    I think this watch is screaming for a bolder statement. I would love to see this with hands that are more substantial, just a bit wider and made of blue steel. Doing so would certainly present a design challenge. With four hands, going just a bit too wide would cover up too much of the ‘real estate’ of the dial. Speaking of the dial, I often like it when a white dial has a bit of texture. The Grand Seiko white dials sometimes have a beautiful paper-like texture, but it is hard to pick up in photographs. Thanks to all at ABTW and Timeless Luxury Watches for running this contest!

  • I would love to see a limited edition Mühle Glashütte Marinus GMT with pearl white dial and bezel and blue hands and markers.

  • I would like to see a limited edition of Prospex Marinemaster for those with smaller wrists like myself!

  • Woah! There’s more than 700 comments already! Personally I think that there needs to be more detail in the dials and more intricate design in the body of the watch as well. Stainless steel in the middle of the dials would also be substantial! Also, a Tudor North Flag would also fit in with this, as many have mentioned already. I’d also have to have one of these. Seeing as I have a 1:748 (and counting…) chance to win this, I’m probably not going to. Oh, and also, Silver dials for this type of watch would be a necessity as well. Otherwise, not to be an annoying pain in the bum or anything, but aye, silver looks the BEST on most watches (and black too :)) Thanks to all those at ABTW and all that have supported this post and/or giveaway! Hope I get one! 😉

  • Being a sucker for dive watches, I would love to see a limited edition of the Grand Seiko Spring Drive SBGA029. All brushed steel, ceramic bezel, smaller diameter (40 mm) and maybe a red tipped seconds hand?

  • i would like to see an Oris automatic with a collaboration with a comic to launch a collection…

  • Would love to see how they could tweak the Frédérique Constant FC-715S4H6 Moonphase to help it stand out and differentiate itself a bit.

  • I’d like a Moonphase version of Omega Globemaster! I love the back of Globemaster and according to me a limited Moonphase edition would complete this majestic watch.

  • I bought a Damasko from Timeless so this one would complement it nicely 🙂 I love the Omega Aqua Terra and I would be curious to see the Timeless twist on it. A Timeless AT LE would be cool!

  • I live in Dallas, TX, and am so pleased that Timeless is so close to me! I’ve bought two pre-owned watches from them and always enjoy visiting with Dan, Anna, and Steve. I would be thrilled if they collaborated on a LE Omega De Ville. I need a nice dress watch to add to my collection.

  • Great utility watch. I knew Timeless Luxury Watches, but never bothered to check their website. I’m impressed. As for a limited edition, there already is a Nomos Timeless Club special edition, so I would have to go with a Zenith El Primero!

  • Love the Damasko, thanks for the giveaway chance. I’d like to see a Timeless LE GS or Prospex.

  • What a lovely piece. For the next limited edition, I would love to see a Omega Constellation. A dressy and totally underestimated watch. With small seconds and some lovely colour.

  • I am in love with the Made in Germany timepieces. The ice hardened steel of Damasko is a must-have!

  • Love this Damasko watch with the vintage theme, lets get some love for the international readers! For the next limited edition why not keep it German and go with the Mühle Glashütte Marinus GMT, great looking timepiece.

  • Great looking watch! Although it would be tough to beat the blue dial, how about a LE Speedmaster ’57?

  • I have to agree with some of the others here in the comment section. An Omega Constellation would be positively amazing!

  • I love the look of this L.E. Damasko. I’d love to see Timeless Luxury Watches do another L.E. Damasko aong the lines of the DA36 or DA38 but with a red second hand (like the DA34 but with numerals).

  • Make a limited edition version of The Ball Engineer/Red Ball which I like very much…thanks.

  • I love the clean look on Damaskos. Perfect for a sunny southern California day at the beach or at the desk. A Limited Edition Nomos Zurich Worldtimer gets my vote.

  • First thank you for the chance to obtain this clean line watch. As a custom knife maker i admire the metal and treating of the steal.
    I would like to sea a IWC Portuguese Automatic Chronograph Black Dial .

  • I would like to have them a limited edition of the Nomos Arion with a sunburst anthrazite/ Carbon like dial!

  • A Nomos Orion in the same vein as the Orion Midnight edition would be an awesome limited edition to see.

  • The DB collection is nothing less than exsquiste. The simple elegance speak volumes and it’s say less is more. On the other side of the coin I’d love to see timelessluxwatches create a limited edition Bremont BOEING 100.

  • I’d like to see a version of the Bremont U2/T that includes a GMT function and bezel to match.

  • Classy pilots. Love the blue second hand! To keep it on the affordable end, I would like to see some dial and strap variations on Luminox’s Atacama Field day/date.

  • I’d like to see something like the SRP777 with a blue dial and blue minute hand, and with a stainless bezel like the SBBN017.

  • I would like to see Timeless Luxury Watches make a Limited Edition Grand Seiko GMT Hi-Beat! Love Dan, Anna and the whole Timeless Luxury Watches Crew. All very good people!!

  • Spectacular giveaway, as somebody else said is almost indestructible and also great looking. For the limited edition how about some twitches on the omega globemaster? A great watch that could be better and more appealing

  • great giveaway, i really like Seiko and would love to see you work your magic on the Grand Seiko!

  • Beautiful watch. I’d love to see them tackle the challenge of making a custom Grand Seiko (preferably one of the 9F quartz models). Seiko’s conservatism would make this an event in and of itself, but I’m confident the result would look great. GS’s lineup could use some spark.

  • Tudor Black Bay. It’s a modern classic and a special edition would be very cool. Matt case, navy dial with lighter blue second hand. Maybe even a Nato strap?

  • An Atacama Field Day Date model in stealth black , black case black strap, etc etc would be cool.

  • The simplicity of the Damasko dial is almost overwhelming, save for that shot of blue on the seconds hand. Also reminds me of the Mühle Glashütte Terranaut III Trail. In that regard, I say keep the German thread going and put out a limited Mühle Glashütte 29er Big.

  • The Damasko LEs are outstanding…maybe even better than the originals. Perhaps a SE of the Nomos Tangomat GMT or I second a SMP.

  • I’m personally a Zenith fanboy, and would love to see a modern classic remake of the El Primero.

  • I’d love to see a limited Vietnam rendition of the Original Navy SEAL by Luminox. Thatd be sick!

  • This is a brand I have read about here and on other blogs. I am impressed with their durability and no-nonsense tool vibe. (I’d be incredibly psyched to win this watch, but alas, my luck has been pretty bad as far as these things go.) But what would I love to see as a limited edition model? It would have to be a Nomos Lambda or Lux … in steel!

  • One model I would like to see Timeless Luxury Watches create a limited edition is Luminox Automatic Model 1801.B0.

  • I live that Damasko! It would be killer next to my Oris divers sixty five!

    I think timeless should put their incredible relationship with nomos to work again. I would do a Zurich Weltzeit.

    Make the dial and the home time different colors, add in some color flair around the numerals and chapter ring. Have the timeless hq time zone highlighted, and utilize the different color lume like on the timeless club. Have it in a sail cloth or natural rubber strap. Drool

  • LMTD edition Grand Seiko will be DOOOPE!

    Thanks for the cool giveaway! hopefully you can send it this way!

  • I would love to see a limited edition of a Grand Seiko diver with a blue dial and a black bezel.

  • a Nomos Ahoi with midnight blue dial and DUW 3001 movement would be a lovely(killer) limited edition.

  • The allready named ‘Mühle Glashütte Marinus GMT’ would be my choice too for a limited Edition…

  • Schaumburg makes so special pieces. I can imagine that they don’t sell in the 10’000s. So a limited edition would maybe be a good idea. This brand is so under the radar, despite the fact that there are obviously very creatinve people behind it.

  • I’d vote for Bremont limited edition, but it looks like it’s done already. So Girard-Perregaux classic gyromatic auto tribute, perhaps? or is it done too?

  • I would love to see a limited edition Omega Speedmaster. Can’t get much cooler than an astronaut watch

  • my favorite watch is Omega Planet Ocean GMT.

    Damasko DB1 Limited Edition is gorgeous ! thanks for the giveaway.

  • This is such a sweet giveaway. Totally a dream watch for me.
    I think a Timeless Luxury limited edition of a Nomos Tetra would be a great idea.

  • I’d love to see another special edition Nomos Tangente with a more colorful dial. With the majority of Nomos watches being very restrained, I find their colorful special editions to be extra special. Anyways, great giveaway!

  • Would love a musician themed watch – low profile onstage, easy to read in the dark. Similar to Luminix Atacama.

  • It would be great to see special editions of some of the Frederique Constant line. Possibly the Horological Smartwatch (would that be a first?) or the Runabout, each of which would offer a lot of options for special customizations.

  • Damasko Timeless DB is nice watch but I’d really like to get a limited edition version of Louis Moinet Black Gold Derrick if it is possible to make that watch even more limited as it is.

  • I’d love to see an omega globemaster with a different color scheme or damask-esque case. 🙂

  • Lets see a Mühle Glashütte Terranaut III Trail with a 5 bar Black and Cream stripe Nato band.

  • Timeless Luxury Watches making a limited edition series of Zenith Pilot Type 20 a la the LE blue dial I’ve seen elsewhere (maybe chocolate brown dial with bronze case, dark leather strap in 40mm) would be amazing!

  • I would love to see them produce a limited run of the Tudor Black Bay One, with the case size of the oringal and gold hands and hour indice. I love that watch!

  • I would Love to see them produce the Louis Moinet Sideralis with a rose gold case finish, the original 18k gold is a beautifully crafted timepiece.

  • Great site and nice watches. I would love to see a limited edition Louis Moinet Astro Moon watch in another vibrant color or perhaps off color stitching in the band.

  • I would like a Zenith Type 20 GMT limited edition, and if that were too predictable then a Zenith Georges Favre-Jacot Titanium

  • I’m a big fan of Damasko watches. But if I had to pick, I’d go with a limited edition Bremont U2.

  • This is a pretty cool venture I’d not heard of before. Either the Nomos Tetra or Metro would be awesome!

  • Well the Tudor black ray is such a sexy beast I would never tire of additional variants, so have at it TLW!

  • Tudor Style, 2016 version with fluted bevel. Hoping the Style gets the new in-house movement.

  • Let God Help me to own these beautiful sexy materpiece
    TLW should make limited edition of Omega Constellation

    P.S: I thoroughly enjoy skimming through the website and I gained lot of knowledge to be frank. Indebted to you people always! 🙂

    Keep smiling Ariel!

  • A slow burning brand – but Damasko’s appeal to me keeps strengthening. I love the offset day/date displays and the classic legibility!
    What about a special edition of an Oris big crown small seconds pointer day?

  • Damasko, what an amazing line of German tool watches and this is no exception. TLW should do anything vintage inspired with Tudor and their in-house line of movements. Special edition Black Bay comes to mind.

  • Like a lot of people on here I think a Tudor Heritage Ranger SE would be ace. Then again I’d be perfectly happy with a Damasko…

  • I have always loved the stark simplicity and elegance of the Damasko brand, and the DA36 is my favorite model! I am also a fan of the Tudor brand, and would love to see a Tudor special eiditon for ABTW. I would genuinely love to win a Damasko watch…

  • Love the Damasko…as reasonably priced pilot watch which would serve as a great daily wear tool watch. I would like to see a Sinn or Guinand special edition watch (panda dial chrono?).

  • Having a quick look through the Timeless Luxury – site I think my choice has to be for a Schaumburg. The 2013 and 2015 unique edition watches are gorgeous and then they also do nice simple regulator and single hand model. A special edition at either end of the scale would make me sit up a take note.

  • Great timepiece. As for something that would be nice to see a limited edition would be something by Ball. A limited edition racer would be interesting.

  • Cool watch. The strap almost looks suede. A limited edition Gerrard-Perregaux Haute would be cool.

  • Love the Timeless DB! Would really like to see a limited edition of the Frederique Constant Runabout.

  • Like the blue second hand with the tan numbers combo. Would like to see a similar limited edition of the Damask DA 46.

  • Great limited edition. Next, I think it would be cool to use the star in the Zenith logo and Lone-Star, Texas-up an otherwise fairly buttoned down brand with just the right amount of Americana.

  • Seiko Prospex with spring drive movement, power reserve, GMT and case diameter 40 mm will be nice limited edition. The bigger than 40 mm will be too big for me. The material could be ss or titanium but not precious material that will make it too pricey. And please do not make it like GS.

  • Armin Strom Edge Double Barrel
    But I think they have just produced a clean classic piece with their Timeless Damasko DB2, 40mm & DB4, 42mm that I’d be happy to flash around

  • A limited edition DA 34 with a GMT and a world city indicator in the form of a date window at the 6 o clock position with half the dial in white the other half black with a pointer indicating day or night

  • Sinn EZM1, re-edition. Is the best Sinn watch ever produced and they share some common roots with the Damasko.

  • Lovely collection from Damasko. Would love to own one. I would like to see a limited edition of Archimede’s Pilot 42 H.

  • As a marine biologist I’d love to see an omega planet ocean with some marine functionality! High/low tide, spring and neap moon phase; along those lines, really not enough analogue tide watches on the market…

  • Awesome giveaway!
    A great special edition would be an Alexander Shorokhoff chrono, regulator, (or chrono regulator), in a smaller size of 40mm. Love Shorokhoff’s designs, but they’re all quite large…

  • I would love to see timeless do a custom version of the Tudor Black Bay Dark, with some bright contrasting hands, like red, teal, or orange for instance. (Yes I know many of those may be ugly)

    But really this Damasko is pretty much exactly what I was looking for in a new tool watch. I’m glad I saw the giveaway, because it’s now on my list of things to try and buy before it sells out.

  • Taking a standard classic watch like the Bremont ALT1-C/PW then adding a few luxury features and upgrading the specs on the mechanical mechanisms would yield a very nice watch.

  • Having thought about this for a long while, I’d love to see an attempt on a Vostok Amphibian. That’d be cool.

  • I know there are some limited editions out there, but another Grand Seiko Spring Drive diver would be cool.

  • I love what they have done with Nomos watches. Would like to see what they do with the classic Tangente. Also do tool watches very nicely as seen above. love the color combination!