Admire Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQuest 3000M Automatic Diving Watch

Oct 19, 2011
The house of Ball Watch is happy to unveil its new Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQuest 3000M Automatic Diving watch.

First and foremost, the novelty boggles the publics 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 oclock.

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.

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