First and foremost, the novelty boggles the public’s imagination with its incredible 3000-meter water-resistance. To pull off this true technical feat, the craftsmen within the manufacture not only strengthened the crown seal, but also completely reinterpreted the case of the timepiece.
The Ball watch employs a 43mm titanium case, round in shape. It is offset by a unidirectional rotating bezel, fitted with a diving scale and a large lume-applied triangle at “00” minutes. The top of the case is protected by a 5.30 mm thick glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The back part of the model is solid.
The new Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQuest 3000M Automatic Diving watch comes equipped with a black or white dial. Its ingenuity lies in long-lasting tritium tubes, which ensure the display remains optimally readable at all times. These luminous tubes act as hour-markers. They are also incorporated into hour, minutes and seconds hands. Additionally, the display offers a date indication at 3 o’clock.
Driving the functions is a Swiss made automatic ETA 2892 movement, built on 21 jewels. It operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 42-hour power reserve.
A true professional diving instrument, the new Ball Watch watch is accompanied by a titanium bracelet with an extension.