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Video Interview: Etienne Malec of Baltic Watches

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Baltic has been serving up some seriously good watches this year at their usual price points, meaning accessible to all. If you’re a W&W regular, you’re undoubtedly familiar with the watches, but what you might be less familiar with is the story behind their designs. We sat down with the brand’s founder, Etienne Malec, to uncover his inspiration. The source may surprise you, and it speaks to the timeless qualities present in each of his watches. 

To close out 2020, Blatic is releasing a new line of GMT watches, the  Aquascaphe GMT. Featuring unique color schemes and classic design cues, these watches manage to find new ground in the well established genre. All the Baltic charm is still there, and of course, they are approachable as ever from a size and price perspective. Enjoy our interview with Etienne below and learn more about Baltic here.

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