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Ball Watch Trainmaster One Hundred Twenty Watch - 120 Years of Accuracy
With the presentation of its new Trainmaster One Hundred Twenty watch, the horological company Ball Watch commemorates 120 years of unrivalled precision.

In April, 1891, two trains collided head-on at the depot in Kipton, Ohio. The accident, in which several people died, became known as the Kipton Fast Mail train tragedy. It was obviously caused by the engineer’s slow watch.

For the tragedy like this not to happen ever again, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad made a decision to develop a special inspection system. It led to the creation of the Ball Time Service and introduction of standardized practices for pocket watch production. Soon Ball’name became synonymous with a high level of accuracy.

An elegant combination of history and technology, the new Ball Watch watch is proposed with a 39.5mm case, rendered in 18k/750 rose gold.
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Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon Magnate Watch - Optimal Reliability
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.
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Ball Watch Storm Chaser DLC Glow Timepiece - Unrivalled Legibility
As its name implies, the new Storm Chaser DLC Glow watch from Ball Watch pays tribute to the courageous men, who tackled the most extreme conditions for the sake of science.

Offered in a limited edition of just 1999 pieces, the new Ball Watch watch is set in a 43 mm case. It is sculptured in black PVD-treated stainless steel. The case is assembled with a top glare-proofed sapphire crystal. Its back side is engraved with Josh Wurman's Doppler On Wheels. The case handles the depth of up 100 meters.

The new Ball Watch Storm Chaser DLC Glow watch boasts a black dial. It is completed with 66 micro-tubes of gas, which ensure a high level of night-time visibility.

The display whispers the time through central hours and minutes. It also ensures chronograph functions, presented through a central seconds hand as well as hour, minute and small seconds counters, located at 6, 12 and 9 o'clock respectively. The day and date indications are shown in the aperture at 3 o’clock.
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Ball Watch Trainmaster Eternity Watch - Elegant Minimalism
The house of Ball Watch gladly presents its new Trainmaster Eternity watch - one of the thinnest models, currently released by the brand.

Designed in an elegant minimalist style, the new Ball Watch comes packaged in a 39.5mm stainless steel case. The thickness of the timekeeping companion is 11.8mm. Its front side is protected by a high-grade glare-proofed sapphire crystal. The same glass is used for the case-back. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 30 meters.

The new Ball Watch Trainmaster Eternity watch comes equipped with a silvered or blue dial. Completed with applied hour-indexes, it indicates central hours and minutes by means of Dauphine-shaped hands. Incorporated into them are long-lasting tritium tubes, which ensure the display remains optimally legible at all times.
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Admire Ball Watch Engineer Hydrocarbon DeepQuest 3000M Automatic Diving Watch
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 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.
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Ball Watch Trainmaster Celsius Watch - Tribute to Anders Celsius
The horological company Ball Watch is proud to present its new Trainmaster Celsius watch. It pays tribute to Anders Celsius, the inventor of the contemporary temperature measurement scale.

To commemorate the anniversary of the renowned Swedish scientist born on November 27th, 1701, the new Ball Watch watch is offered in a limited edition of 310 pieces. The model is set in a 41mm stainless steel case. Its front side is protected by a glare-proofed convex sapphire crystal.

The sapphire glass is also used for the case-back, adorned with a silk-screen printed portrait of Anders Celsius. At 3 o’clock, the timepiece features a screwed-in crown. The case is submersible to 50 meters and shock resistant to 5.000Gs.
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