Baltic

Baltic Bicompax Pulso for The Rake & Revolution

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  • Product Notes

    Baltic is a brand on a mission to democratise vintage-inspired horology, and make them accessible and exciting for a new audience. And, looking at this limited edition, I think you’ll agree that they’ve been pretty successful in achieving that goal. The Baltic Bicompax Pulso for Revolution & The Rake was born out of the unique piece auctioned off for The Pink Dial Project — which is why the gorgeous dial is in salmon. The sophisticated dial —with a range of finishes, a sector layout and pulsometer chronograph scale is the star of the show. But the rich coppery tone and complicated finishes are only one of the things to love about this watch. There are the leaf-shaped hands, the drilled lugs and light brown Italian leather strap, as well as the domed hesalite crystal. But the first thing you notice when you strap on this manually-wound chronograph is the size. The stainless steel case measures a discreet 36.5mm across, a classical size for a chronograph appreciated by purists and rarely found in contemporary chronographs. This watch, like many of Baltic’s timepieces, is powered by a Seagull movement, in this case, the ST 1901, a manually wound calibre with 42 hours of power reserve.

     

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  • Materials and Care Notes
    Stainless Steel
  • Delivery & returns

    This product will be dispatched in 2-3 days.

    We very much hope that you'll enjoy your purchases. Should you need to return an item, we'll happily collect it from your home or office free of charge.

     

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