Inspired by 1940's stepped case watches, the new Bicompax iteration in 36.5mm has evolved into this smaller version with a few differences to mention: A newly proportioned step which now includes a bevel on the first step, and a slightly slimmer case thanks to a bigger domed hesalite glass. This pulsometer scale is calibrated for 30 heartbeats (or pulsations) and will give you your heartbeat indication rate per minute.
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- All proceeds will be donated to UICC
- Please note that the watch will be shipped to the winning bidder directly by the brand. Shipping costs will be covered by the brand, however all import duties and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer
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Ø 36.5mm in stainless steel; 12mm in height
Sector stepped salmon dial with applied Revolution Star logo at 6 o’clock
Seagull ST1901; manual winding movement with column wheel enabled chronograph
Hours, minutes and running seconds; chronograph with pulsometer scale
French calf leather
BALTIC Watches was launched via Kickstarter in 2017 with two initial models: The Bicompax & HMS, both inspired by the 1940’s step-case watches. However, the idea to produce vintage inspired watches with modern tweaks didn’t just come out of nowhere. Inheriting a collection of timepieces as well as an accompanying journal with a comprehensive record of each watch from his late father was the beginning of a passionate journey for founder, Etiene Malec. More than 15 years on, they have served as inspiration for his vision in making BALTIC watches what it is today.
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