If you’ve been snoozing on Baltic, it’s time to wake up and catch some serious sparkle. We’re talking about the new PVD gold versions of our favorite Baltic watches. These are the Baltic MR01 micro-rotor automatic, Baltic Bicompax 002, and Baltic HMS 002. We are talking about golden elegance and sleek black dials. Sweet combo, right?

Keep reading our review to get a glimpse of the brand-new Baltic gold and black editions!

Baltic MR01 Micro-Rotor Automatic

First and foremost, we must start with the MR01! Baltic’s gold MR01 micro-rotor automatic is more than a timepiece; it’s a masterpiece. This is because of the cool Hangzhou CAL5000a micro-rotor movement and the sneak peek you get through the see-through case back.

You may have seen how this one spills the beans on all those eye-catching details that make this watch one of a kind. In three classy colors – Salmon, Blue, and Silver – the MR01 easily combines classic vibes with a touch of luxury. Again, it truly reminds us of A Lange & Söhne models and some Patek models too. It’s the versatile companion you’ve been waiting for.


Baltic Bicompax 002 Chronograph

Let’s take a look at the Baltic Bicompax 002 in gold. We can see this is a chronograph that nails the sweet spot between functionality and sophistication.

Unlike the sleek MR01, this chronograph runs on the familiar hand-wound Seagull ST1901 mechanism. It’s not just functional but also stylishly decorated! Plus, it keeps ticking away for a solid 42 hours.

With a 38mm diameter, it brings together vintage flair and modern aesthetics seamlessly. The gold PVD coating adds a luxe touch, and the black dial with sub-dials ensures you stay on top of your schedule in style. Get ready to turn heads!

Tip: Are you curious about Baltic watch bracelet options? They’ve got you covered with many great choices! They have comfy beads of rice bracelets, flat link bracelets reminiscent of the ’70s, and versatile beads of rice straight bracelets with micro-adjustments. There’s something for every wrist. And that’s not all; Baltic also offers a lineup of other straps like Tropic FKM, stitched, Seaqual®, and Perlon. Dive into the variety! 🌟


Baltic HMS 002 Time-Only Watch

Last but certainly not least, let’s talk about the Baltic HMS 002 in gold. This time-only Baltic watch includes a 38mm diameter and is the epitome of simplicity and refinement.

The clean dial, paired with elegant gold PVD hands and indices, creates an eye-catching aesthetic. We must say this! Also, the Miyota 8315 caliber packs in 21 jewels. Plus, there’s a nifty skeletonized rotor that keeps the watch ticking until it hits a 60-hour maximum power reserve.

Whether you’re dressing up or keeping it casual, HMS 002 is your versatile companion that’s bound to make an impression. This goes without saying!


What’s the Scoop?

For the same price as the regular MR01 (€545), with a slight bump for the Bicompax 002 (now €565 instead of €540) and HMS 002 (€385 vs. €360), Baltic is dishing out 316L stainless steel cases with a snazzy gold PVD coating. The look? Classic. The appeal? Through the roof.

We’re talking about two automatic time-only watches and a manually-wound chronograph with two subdials. No major overhaul, just a fresh, eye-catching makeover.

Tip: Get ready for a time journey filled with cool vibes with the Vostok watch brand. We must say the design of these models is vintage and priceless. These Russian watches are tales just waiting to unfold!

Our Take on the Bling

Okay, let’s keep it real – these watches look extremely good. Remember the days when a touch of gold on your wrist was the ultimate style move? Baltic just brought that back with a modern twist.

The blue-dialed MR01 was already a fan favorite, and now, it’s got a vintage Patek vibe with black dials and gold PVD-applied Breguet numerals. It’s like a nod to those rare and stunning vintage yellow-gold Pateks with black dials. These releases prove that the charm of vintage aesthetics goes beyond rarity.

Breaking It Down: The Basics

  • Brand: Baltic
  • Models: MR01, Bicompax 002, and HMS 002
  • Diameter: 36mm (MR01), 38mm (Bicompax 002), 38mm (HMS 002)
  • Thickness: 9.9mm (MR01), 13mm (Bicompax 002), 13mm (HMS 002)
  • Case Material: Stainless steel 316L with gold PVD coating
  • Dial Color: Black
  • Indexes: Applied Breguet hour markers (MR01), Sector dial with polished and applied hour markers (Bicompax 002), Sector dial with polished and applied hour markers (HMS 002)
  • Lume: None
  • Water Resistance: 30m (MR01), 50m (Bicompax 002), 50m (HMS 002)
  • Strap/Bracelet: Stitched Saffiano black strap

New Baltic Watches - GOLD PVD - BLACK

Under the Hood: The Movement

  • Caliber: Hangzhou CAL5000a Micro-rotor (MR01), Seagull ST1901 (Bicompax 002), Miyota 8315 (HMS 002)
  • Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds (MR01). Hours, minutes, column-wheel chronograph, with running seconds at 9:00, 30-minute counter at 3:00 (Bicompax 002). And, hours, minutes, central seconds, and stop-second (HMS 002).
  • Power Reserve: 42 hours (MR01), 42 hours (Bicompax 002), 60 hours (HMS 002)
  • Winding: Automatic (MR01), Manual (Bicompax 002), Automatic (HMS 002)
  • Chronometer Certified: No
  • Additional Details: Engraved crown, High-domed hesalite glass.

Are Baltic Watches Good?

So, is Baltic a good watch brand? Baltic watches have been gaining huge popularity lately! We see that many folks see them as a solid pick for a high-quality timepiece. The brand has a reputation for crafting watches that not only look good but also stand the test of time.

People dig the blend of vintage and modern design in Baltic watches. Clearly, they appreciate the careful attention to detail and craftsmanship in each piece. In a nutshell, among watch enthusiasts, there’s consensus that Baltic watches make for a wise investment. This is mainly true if you’re after a stylish and reliable watch. We’re big fans of the brand! So, we firmly believe that choosing a Baltic watch is a fantastic decision for anyone who values both quality and style in their timepiece.

Your Ticket to Timeless Style

So, what are the price tags again? €545 for the MR01, €565 for the Bicompax 002, and €385 for the HMS 002. These beauties are up for grabs now. There are no limited editions, just timeless styles for your wrist.

So, if you’ve been eyeing a touch of elegance with a hint of history, these Baltic watches are shouting your name. Classic, chic, and a touch of gold – snatch yours before they fly off the shelves! Your wrist will thank you. ✨