Baltic's Aquascaphe pays homage to classic dive watch design

The brand's mission was to create their perfect tool watch.
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Baltic Aquascaphe

For the past year, Baltic has been tooling away at their idea of their perfect dive watch. The end result is the Aquascaphe, the first of a new line of sports watches based their HMS/Bicompax designs. The Aquascaphe features a 39mm stainless steel case with a unidirectional bezel with Super-luminova markers, high double domed sapphire crystal, and a screw-down crown. 

The watch will come in three different dial colors with pencil hands, a lollipop second hand, and a sandwich dial with triangle markers at 3, 6, and 9 o'clock. The bracelet is a classic, beads of rice design with a micro-adjustment clasp and a quick-release system. Movement is a Miyota 9039 automatic with a 42-hour power reserve. 

Available this November.

€550 (approx. $631, outside of EU), baltic-watches.com

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