A Chronograph Inspired From The Past
A 36.5MM STEP CASE
The Bicompax 003 is a dressy chronograph watch that harmoniously blends modernity with the codes of the past. Inspired by the 1940s, its 36.5mm diameter "stepcase" is made of a single piece of stainless steel and plays superbly with the light thanks to its different finishes: horizontal brushed along the case middle, circular on the lugs and a polished bezel.
A DIAL FULL OF HISTORY
Since its creation in 2017, the Bicompax has never stopped reinventing itself. The dial of the Bicompax 003 is the purest expression of the combined designs of versions 001 and 002. A brushed railway track surrounds a brushed sector on which polished appliques are positioned. The rest of the dial has a matte sandblasted finish and two subdials with azurage finish, adding a subtle contrast to the overall effect. The leaf-shaped hour and minute hands are slightly larger than those of previous versions, giving the watch a more pronounced character.
A MANUAL MOVEMENT OFFERING 42 HOURS OF POWER RESERVE
All the models in our Bicompax collection are equipped with the ST1901 calibre, a hand-wound mechanical chronograph movement developed by the Seagull Manufacture. It has a 42-hour power reserve and can time up to 30 minutes. The Bicompax is available with a closed caseback, or with an optional open caseback offering an unobstructed view of this column-wheel calibre.
A SLIM AND ELEGANT 13MM PROFILE
Made of an acrylic glass and a 316L steel case, the Bicompax 003 offers a slim, elegant 13mm profile (10mm without glass) and 46mm from lug to lug. These dimensions and materials offer unrivalled comfort and presence.
Baltic was created to bring a more authentic approach by bringing together the purest watchmaking techniques to create vintage-inspired timepieces for your wrist. Expect neo-vintage watches with mechanical movements and well-proportioned cases. These are inspired by the finest vintage watches and built within the highest modern quality standards.
All Baltic watches are hand-assembled, adjusted and tested by professional and experienced watchmakers in Besançon, France.