Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Magnate Watch - Optimal Reliability

May 20, 2011
With the presentation of its new Engineer Hydrocarbon Magnate watch the horological company Ball Watch supports its reputation of offering the best.

The new Ball Watch watch is set in a 40mm stainless steel case. It boasts a brushed finish, which builds a contrast with an engraved and polished bezel. The latter is equipped with a tachymeter scale.

The case features a screwed-in crown, equipped with a patented protection system. The top of the model is covered by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. It handles the depth of up to 100 meters. The case is shock resistant to 5,000 Gs and anti-magnetic to 4,800A/m.

The new Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Magnate watch reveals a black, blue or white dial. To ensure a perfect night-time visibility, it is fitted with 14 micro gas tubes, placed on its surface and on hour, minute and second hands.

The display also comprises 60-second and 45-minute counters, located at 3 and 9 oclock respectively. The date indication appears in a 12 oclock round aperture, covered by a magnifying glass. Giving life to the functions is a self-winding caliber ETA 2050 movement, certified as a chronometer by COSC.

The new Ball Watch watch comes fitted with a tapered stainless steel bracelet, endowed with extension system. It is finalized by a patented folding buckle. Alternatively, it can be mounted on a rubber strap with a standard buckle.

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