Discussion of ARES watches
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- Name: Vladimir Makarov
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Wow, Erik seems to have a hard on for ruining Graham’s name- still waiting for his facts here on this thread. Amazing. It’s almost if Graham may have finger banged his wife in the past? Was it an accident? I need to know the full story .
DEATH FROM ABOVE
Anyway... Matt this is awesome, can’t wait to see it on the wrist. Thanks for the updateGrahamcombat wrote:Yep, I do.
All watch components will be on hand by Monday and we can start working on assembly and then QC and testing.
On or around the 11th we’ll be done cutting the US-made casebacks, which I didn’t think I would get to on this initial run but am able to do. From a design and business standpoint I would rather get the US-casebacks cut now - since I have the ability to - and ship the very first ARES watches with a great start towards total domestic manufacturing than wait until later. It’s a function of the best thing we can do with the resources we have. It also continues to differentiate us as a manufacturer and a brand and not a hobby.
That puts us on track to finish assembly and start shipping & delivering watches around the 20th, which is only a 48-hour shift in a span of 7 months. I’m really happy with that.
So, there we are.
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