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Baltic is auctioning off a watch with quite the diving experience

The watch has made it 300 nautical miles across the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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Baltic is auctioning off a very special Aquascaphe that was on the wrist of long-distance swimmer Ben Lecomte. Lecomte swam 300 nautical miles across the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to help bring awareness to micro-plastic pollution in the ocean. 100% of the proceeds from the The "Vortex Swim" watch will go toward the Vortex Expedition NGO, who plans to continue raising awareness to pollution caused by micro-plastics with additional expeditions in the near future. 

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