While you might want to treat Baltic's latest Aquascaphe with the utmost care, it's true beauty will only reveal itself with continuous wear. That's because the new Squascaphe features a case made out of CuAL bronze, a material that is a blend of copper and aluminum. The resistant alloy will slowly achieve a patina that is unique to its wearer, which will only complement its vintage-inspired looks. When it comes to specs, the watch features a 39mm case, a unidirectional bezel, double domed sapphire glass, 200M water resistance, a new set of crown guards, new maxi-hands, a blue dial with a subtle sunray finish, and a night blue soft rubber strap. The movement is a Miyota 9039 automatic with a 42-hour power reserve.