Black / Black Gilt Bicompax 001 Watch

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Description

BICOMPAX 001. BLACK / GILT is a two register chronograph with a black dial. The indexes are painted in gold, as is the railway. All hands are gold-coated. The French words “Bicompax Manuel” are printed in gold across the bottom of the dial.


Glass


High-domed Hesalite Glass


Water Resistant


5 ATM


Alternance


21 600 beats per hour


MOVEMENT


The movement BALTIC'S use is a mechanical movement inspired from an old Swiss movement.The Venus 175, engineered by France Ebauche in the 40s, was used in high-end chronograph timepieces. At that time, Venus decided that they wanted to develop a new improved movement which they called the 180. As they needed to sell their stock to restart their production with their new movements, the Venus 175 caliber patent ended, to be sold to China for their new Air Force Chronograph.Later on, their interpretation of the Venus has become the ST1901 : a precise, reliable modern movement with a column wheel. This movement will give you a full 45 hours of power reserve.

Size Guide

Case


38 millimeters diameter case / Stainless steel (316L)


Weight


60 grams

Delivery & Returns

Delivery

This item ships worldwide.

Returns

BALTIC takes the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 14 days for an exchange or full refund. 

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  • BALTIC Watches
    • ESTABLISHED 2017
    • FOUNDER Etienne Malec
    • ORIGIN France
    • KNOWN FOR Neo-Vintage Watches Assembled In France
  • With a passion for traditional craftsmanship, BALTIC Watches believe the most timeless and desirable watches are often the simplest which is why they create wonderfully understated vintage-inspired watches.

  • BALTIC Watches focus on a more authentic approach to watchmaking by bringing together pure craftsmanship techniques with 1940’s styling, mechanical movements and well-proportioned cases.