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Rouge DZN

 

I recently came across ROGUE DZN and thought, you know Mass, besides all the cool watches you've blogged about, you really haven't blogged much about men's jewelry. Then I though, well maybe because most men don't wear much jewelry, or do they? I'm sure if it's cool enough, guys will wear it, or at least be interested in it? Well I don't know if I'm going totally off base with this next series of posts, but I was so impressed with some of the stuff being created by ROGUE DZN, that I'm going to dedicate a whole week to blogging about their products. So if you're not into men's jewelry, or simply don't like their stuff, then come back next week. Before you leave though, make a comment on how you think I've lost my marbles.

So who is ROGUE DZN?

In a world where jewelry has been dulled down by spineless herds of yes-men and clueless corporations, Rogue DZN dares to create groundbreaking works of art in unprecedented fashion. Through bold acts of imagination, creativity and engineering is expertly transformed from a mere thought to a striking reality.

The materials used by Rogue DZN do not lie. They're not like anything you've seen before. They're not cast or plated. They're not following any trend ever attempted before. What you receive are the raw and uncompromising properties of the atomic number 22. All jewelry is machined from billet block, Military Spec. G5 aerospace grade titanium, one of the strongest and most durable materials on the planet; a material commonly used to build spacecrafts, aircrafts, naval ships, armor plating and surgical implants. Designed with the same software used to create The US military's F22 joint strike fighter, every millimeter of every curve is obsessively perfected in 3D space, a feat impossible to achieve by hand. Due to subtle harmonics in machining, each Rogue DZN piece has its own unique fingerprint and is individually serial numbered.
By: Mass

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