Rogue DZN’s Armadillo 161 bracelet makes a machismo statement


Women love to flaunt their riches by donning diamond studded bracelets on their wrists. But what about men who intend to avoid diamonds and wear something more masculine to make a style statement? Watch out for RogueDZN’s latest Armadillo161 bracelet. It is designed out of one hundred and sixty-one parts which is signified in its name. Machined out of billet block, Military Spec. G5 aerospace grade titanium, it boasts of accuracy based on the same software used to create the US military’s F22 joint strike fighter. Every link is individually serial numbered and paint-filled to add on to its exclusivity. The makers dub it as the most badass object ever produced till date. Roll over to know more details about its high-tech design…..

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Each link is comprised of 8 separate custom machined pieces. The off-set angled clasp has a captured thumbscrew that allows for extremely easy opening and closing. The secondary thumb screws integrated into the latch, are actually integrated mini-wrenches to adjust the bracelet. One is the Rogue custom tri-blade wrench and the other is a T5-Torx wrench. The 161 custom pieces will be a true test of 5-Axis AND 9-AXIS machining capability.
Such a complex piece takes more than 400 machines hours to complete to fit the wrist of a macho man. The Armadillo161 bracelet will certainly be carrying a heavier tag than the $16,300 Breacher bracelet.
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