Baltic has now crafted a titanium version of its 41mm Aquascaphe, giving vintage watch lovers a diver option with a slight modern twist in material construction. Available in both black and blue, the new model is limited to just 300 units made for each tone, and come fully numbered so you'll know exactly which watch you purchased.
With a sizeable 41mm case crafted in incredibly lightweight but tough and durable metal, the timepiece can dive down to 300 meters without problem, and its 120-click unidirectional bezel can assist you in timing your dives perfectly. Powering the watch itself is a trusty Miyota 9039 self-winding movement with a power reserve of 42 hours, while a textured rubber strap in matching colors completes the look. The entire watch is hand-assembled, adjusted and tested in France as well.
For those interested, both the black and blue Baltic Aquascaphes in titanium are now available over on the watchmaker's website for €710 EUR (approximately $723 USD).
Elsewhere in watches, Tudor has revived its classic Ranger in celebration of the British North Greenland Expedition's 70th anniversary.
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