Baltic The Aquascaphe

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Baltic The Aquascaphe

Post by koimaster » November 30th 2018, 10:31am

https://baltic-watches.com/en/aquascaphes/aquascaphe


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$550.00 - $626 with BOR included.




Trying to get more information about this. Reminds me a bit of the F1 and Nemo projects given it is 39mm.
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Re: Baltic The Aquascaphe

Post by koimaster » November 30th 2018, 1:46pm

foghorn wrote:Very nice. But June 2019????
How the fuck do I even know I'll be alive in 6+ fucking months?? Or perhaps tragedy might befall me, rendering me a unidexter, and unable to set a watch by then.
June 2019???

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Re: Baltic The Aquascaphe

Post by 3Flushes » November 30th 2018, 3:01pm

Nice looking- pricey-

and though less true to the period I like screw down crowns because I bump into shit a lot and I'm lazy with service, but I do really like the black and cream. It looks like it walked right out of 1961.

Better part of seven bills delivered with the steel and rubber attachemondès and 7 months to receive it. I'ma stick to my I no pay in advance policy but if they had the black and creme in stock I might'a had to buy it.

They don't specify the post deal price- it's a lot right at the deal price, worth it because of the genuine throwback look of it. I guess I'll see what the $ is when they have them on the shelf.
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Re: Baltic The Aquascaphe

Post by TemerityB » November 30th 2018, 7:08pm

I kinda/sorta like it - just 39mm, and the 9039 is interesting. I like the styling as well.

And I still wouldn't do it, no way.
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Re: Baltic The Aquascaphe

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » August 3rd 2020, 10:10am

bbattle wrote:
August 3rd 2020, 8:40am
Baltic has some new models to go along with the Aquascaphe

Bicompax
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HMS 001
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they use a step back case for that retro look. Assembled in France.
https://baltic-watches.com/en/collections/all
Nope, not new - these were their first releases, the Aquascaphe was introduced something like a year or two after them.
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