Baume, the sustainable entry-level spinoff of Baume & Mercier, recently announced the ZAG Limited Edition 42 Automatic watch, which is the result of a collaboration with French ski brand ZAG.

Similar to using recycled skateboard material in a previous limited edition, which we wrote about here, unused ski materials are used in the watch cases of this 100-piece limited edition.

Baume ZAG Limited Edition 42 Automatic

The 42 mm diameter cases features a yellow aluminum container clipped with natural wood scraps leftover from the manufacturing of ZAG skis.

A dark gray dial, with a mirror effect pattern, combined with a bright neon yellow color scheme, accented by red hour and second hands, and a partially skeletonized dial, gives the watch its unmistakable look.

The unique regulator dial (each function has its own display), with 24-hour and small second displays at the bottom and on the right, respectively, is powered by Japanese made Miyota caliber 82D7 (42-hours power reserve). The long, bright yellow baton-shaped central hand which sweeps the dial indicates minutes along the angled flange.

Sapphire glass protects the front and rear, with a ZAG logo engraved on the back.

Baume ZAG Limited Edition 42 Automatic

Each watch comes in a premium cork pouch, with both black and yellow recycle PET straps, and a black aluminum pin buckle. Water-resistance is 30 meters.

Retail is $1,350. Learn more at Baume.

Jason Pitsch
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Jason Pitsch is the Founder of Professional Watches. He appreciates good design and engineering in everything from architecture to automobiles to cameras to clothing. Yet his focus for the past decade has remained consistent on covering just one type of craftsmanship: watchmaking.