Baltic Time is a young watch brand established by Robertas Adomaitis, a Lithuanian origin entrepreneur based in Scotland. The brand has recently launched an online crowd funding campaign for the initial mass production of their Swiss Made Prestige automatic watch collection.
The Prestige automatic watch reflects the successful alliance between the cultural essences of two regions- the Scotland and the Baltic – powered by Swiss watch making technology.
The Baltic Time Prestige is an excellent automatic wrist watch dressed in a solid stainless steel case measuring 40mm diameter and 10.5mm thickness. Equipped with the legendary ETA 2824-2 Swiss made self-winding movement, the major aesthetic highlight of the watch is its extremely beautiful dial which reflects light from different angles into different shades of blue.
The multi-layer dial features 3 hands layout with centre seconds and date. Water resistance to 10 atm (100 meters), the watch case features scratch resistant sapphire crystal front glass and a vintage styled crown featuring the brand logo.
The caliber ETA 2824-2 is a state of the art self winding manufactured in Switzerland. This 25 jewel movement beats at 28.800 bph, (4 Hz), delivers 38 hours of power reserve when fully wound, and is regulated by ETA’s own Etachron system. This spectacular movement can be admired through the mineral crystal case back.
The Kickstarter crowd funding campaign is active now and will run until 5 June 2018. With the early bird price starting from £340 (Appx US$ 461) backers will get the opportunity to buy Baltic Time Prestige automatic watch with discounted price range. The watch will come fitted with a stainless steel bracelet. Estimated delivery is planned from June 2018. Each timepiece carries two year international warranty.
Please visit Baltic Time Prestige Kickstarter Campaign page for more details.
All stainless steel
Case thickness 10.5mm
Lug to lug 20mm
Sapphire glass with anti reflective coating underneath
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
Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing
Stop second device (hacking function)
Angle lift of balance 50°
Hours, minutes, sweep second
Stainless steel bracelet/leather strap