Discover the Multi-cultural Essence of Baltic-Swiss watches (Canceled)
With the same high values and elite levels of craftsmanship, Baltic Time is back with a new model powered by Swiss legend ETA 2824-2
Compare Scotland and the Baltic, and you might for a moment be at a loss to identify any similarities at all. And on paper, there aren't that many. The commonalities of the two countries lie not in the facts and figures of population numbers, height above sea level, Gross Domestic Product, the ratio of men to women, or the popularity of television reality shows. But what Scotland and the Baltic do share is an underlying essence of honesty, hard work, and moral values that make justice a matter of common sense and not statutes created by backroom pencil pushers.
Baltic Time, the lovechild of a man who has tasted, lived, and indeed still lives this very essence is proof that when combined, even nations as far apart as Scotland and his homeland can come together to create something very special. Baltic Time is back with a brand new offering that smacks of the flair and heritage of two nations renowned for their ingenuity, resourcefulness, and a genius penchant for design.
The new Prestige watch comes with an automatic ETA2482-2 movement and more Swiss prestige you could ever hope to find at the price, and again reveals the inherent passion of Baltic Times' founder, Robertas Adomaitis, the Lithuanian-born, now Scottish resident.
The all stainless steel watch with the attractive dial which reflects light from different angles into different shades of blue along with the comfortable, vintage-look crown speaks volumes for the love of design and horology that wafts through his second campaign like a bracing, refreshing breeze off the Baltic coast.
Robertas' current offering, the Baltic Time Prestige, requires no new adjectives. The descriptors elegant, classic, and high quality apply just as much to this latest gem as they did to the first. Perhaps even more so. On the spec side, the balance of this new offering from Baltic Time runs at 28.800 bph, (4 Hz), has 25 jewelled bearings and is regulated by ETA's own Etachron system.
The case has a pleasing 40 mm diameter, is 10.5 mm thick, and is 20 mm from lug to lug. The all stainless steel watch has an engraved crown, buckle and back. The face is protected by Sapphire glass, and an automatic movement lies at its heart.
To say that it's the design of Robertas' watches that makes them stand apart from other wearable timepieces in the same price range would be akin to taking the easy way out. After all, what does 'design' really mean? If it's the look and feel of a product, then the models from Baltic Time achieve everything a good product could ever aspire to. But rather than talk about the feel of Baltic Time prestige piece it might be more appropriate to talk about how the piece 'makes one feel' when they wear it.
This is what makes watches from Robertas different. Baltic Time may not have the publicly conceived omnipotent presence of say, a Rolex or a Citizen. But then, it doesn't have to. Not everyone will love a watch from Baltic Time, anyway. But as he has already explained, Robertas Adomaitis is not out to topple Rolex. All he wants is for people to share his appreciation of the Baltic/Scottish inspiration that led to the creation of his watches. And hopefully, buy them too. Baltic Time's second campaign is a real opportunity for watch lovers who missed out on Robertas' Indiegogo campaign. What better way can there be to declare your passion for horology than by supporting someone whose product is linked so closely to his multi-cultural roots and whose passion for elegant, well-designed timepieces are both a practical and personal guarantee for the quality of his products.
- The Specs at One Glance:
- Case diameter 40mm
- Case thickness 10.5mm
- Lug to lug 20mm
- Sapphire glass with anti reflective coating underneath
- All stainless steel
- Balance runs at 28,800 bph (4Hz)
- Engraved crown, buckle and case back
- Automatic ETA 2824-2 Swiss movement (standard grade)
- Regulator is ETA’s own Etachron system.
- Frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
- Jewels: twenty-five (25)
- Power reserve: 38 hour
- Functions hours, minutes, sweep second
- Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing
- Date, corrector
- Stop second device (hacking function)
- Angle lift of balance 50°
All our watches come with free international shipping.No extra hidden shipping fees.We only use safe and reliable international shipping with tracking. You will be provided with a tracking code as soon as possible after your purchase.However, please note that we are not responsible for (possible) import taxes or duties of your residence country.
We stand by the quality of our watches and are proud to offer a 24-month international manufacturer's warranty on all our automatic watches, starting from the date of purchase. We guarantee that your timepiece will be free of material defects and warrant the dependable functioning of its movement. If your timepiece malfunctions within the warranty period, we will repair your watch, but please understand that components are subject to availability. If we are unable to repair your watch, we will replace it free of charge. We do not cover damage resulting from negligence or arising from normal wear and tear. We define normal wear and tear as scratches and abrasions to the crystal, case, bracelet, and buckle. We do not advise that you wear your watch in saunas, hot tubs or run them under excessively hot water. Unauthorized alterations or tampering through the addition or substitution of parts or accessories not supplied by Baltic Time not be covered. Watches purchased from unauthorized dealers are not warranted. If you have any questions, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. Please also share this campaign with your friends. Thank you.
P.S All funds raised here will be spent on watches, boxes, documentation and other expenses related to the project such as postage and taxes etc. Please note all pictures and footage are factual. All early bird watches will be sent post campaign in June 2018. All other watches will be sent as soon as possible, probably around the end of August 2018.
Risks and challenges
This is not my first time creating and manufacturing watches from scratch. With a track record and experience in the watch industry, I have carefully selected a leading manufacturer in the watch industry to make this watch.
We have planned every stage of this campaign carefully, always considering the worst-case scenario. As such, all the predictable risks and challenges have been anticipated, and solutions preprepared for all eventualities.
In the case of unforeseen events, we guarantee 100% transparency keeping you informed, and providing consistent and prompt solutions.
We all have invested a lot of time and resources into this project so we are determined to make it work.
The watch featured in the video and pictures of our campaign are the final versions. The samples have been tested, and the ability of our partner to deliver the product within the estimated timeframe has been verified.
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