Ball Watch Creates Engineer Master II Diver World Time Watch

May 06, 2010
The illustrious horological company Ball Watch eagerly supports its ambassador Guillaume Nery in his free-diving activity, as well as in everything he is involved in outside the water. The latest brainchild of the house, named Engineer Master II Diver Worldtime, is a respectful nod to the champion.

Guillaume Nery has earned international fame as a talented free-diver. As a versatile person, however, he is interested not just in sports. He travels a lot around the world, taking part in the events aimed at protecting the worlds oceans.

In cooperation with the film producer and director Luc Besson, Guillaume pledged his support to the Antinea Foundation in order to emphasize the importance of preserving the natural marine environment. No matter what this brilliant sportsman is engaged in, either in diving alongside the Japan's famous Ama free-divers or in beach or seabed clean-up operations in Europe, he always listens to the vital breathe of the environment.

Encouraged by the noble activity of its ambassador, Ball Watch has manufactured a remarkable diver's watch that pays tribute to his image.

Sporty in its character, the novel Engineer Master II Diver World Time watch masterfully unites extreme aesthetic and technical refinement. It is powered by the manufactory-made self-winding Caliber 965 movement. It serves to animate the functions of hours, minutes, sweep seconds, day and date. Additionally, the watch offers a World Time display function.

The imposing dial of the watch, completely black or white, is equipped with three central hands, which show the local time. The 24-hour disk, meanwhile, revolves automatically in the opposite direction and displays the time in 24 different time zones. The 55 micro gas tubes on hour, minute and second hands ensure unequaled nocturnal time reading.

The dial is housed in a stainless steel case, which measures 45 mm in diameter and has a height of 15.4mm. The case is fitted with a bidirectional multi-city rotating bezel. It is activated by means of a screwed-in crown at 2 o'clock. The bezel securely holds an anti-glare sapphire crystal.

At 3 o'clock position, the watch features another screwed-in crown, which is meant for adjusting the central minute and hour hands, as well as the date. It is also utilized to wind the watch. The crown has a shoulder protection, which prevents the crown from any shocks and ensures water-resistance of the watch down to 300 meters.

The new breathtaking Ball Watch Engineer Master II Diver World Time watch is mounted ether on a stainless steel bracelet or a rubber strap.

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