About the Baltic Aquascaphe Titanium
After the more specialised tools watches of the 1950s, the skin divers of the 1960s were amongst the most popular early dive watches. They tended to be rather small and skinny with a lower water rating as they were made for consumers to take on their quick dives and snorkelling outings rather than deep dive exhibitions.
When it was announced that Baltic would make its Aquascaphe diver available in titanium, many assumed it was simply a change in material. Yet the brand altered certain features of the design with these new references. From the addition of a brushed ceramic bezel to a more straightforward, contemporary design. It became very evident that this watch had nothing in common with the original Aquascaphe Classic when the size was increased to 41mm. This piece highlights Baltic's design ethos in a model diver package.
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