- Satin completed chrome steel case (44 mm in diameter, 12.eight mm thick), Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
- White dial, four Black/white/crimson arms and luminscent hour markers full of 16 double-sized micro gasoline tubes,
- Twenty 4 hour time show across the heart of the dial indicated by a crimson arrow, Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
- Swiss computerized motion, Caliber BALL RR1201, Shock Resistant as much as 5000Gs, Antimagnetic to 4800A/m, Energy reserve of 42 hours, 21 Jewels
- Water-proof to 10 ATM/100 meters/330 ft, Calf leather-based strap, Pin buckle, Suits as much as a 9.5 inch wrist
Ball Watch firm was based by the American jeweler Webster Clay Ball in 1891. In 1891 there was a collision between two trains in Ohio, which occurred as a result of an engineers watch had stopped. The railroad officers commissioned Webb C. Ball as their Chief Time Inspector, with the intention to set up precision requirements and a dependable timepiece inspection system for railroad chronometers. He established strict tips for the manufacturing of sturdy, dependable precision timepieces particularly for the railroads. Ball’s authentic jewellery enterprise in Cleveland grew into the Ball Watch Firm (presently headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland). The corporate right this moment manufactures a variety of timepieces, and continues to fabricate watches for practice engineers and conductors. They’re well-known for watches with Micro gasoline tube illumination (as an alternative of SuperLuminova), anti-magnetic safety, shock resistance, crown safety methods and chilly temperature endurance.
Engineer Master II
The “Engineer Master II” is the last word diving and sport watch with distinctive water resistance and unique internal rotating diving bezel fitted with luminous micro gasoline tubes.