- Brushed and polished chrome steel case (41 mm in diameter, 12.5mm thick), Screw-down case-back engraved with the Ball emblem
- White solar brushed dial, Silver-tone palms and indices stuffed with micro gasoline tubes, Blue arabic numerals
- Day and date window on the three o’clock place, Sweep second hand, Anti-reflective convex sapphire crystal
- Swiss automated motion, Caliber BALL RR1102, Shock resistant 5,000Gs, Energy reserve of 38 hours, 25 Jewels
- Water-resistant to five ATM/50 meters/165 toes, Brown leather-based, Pin buckle, Matches as much as an 8.5 inch wrist, Limited version of 233 items
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 a purpose to set up precision requirements and a dependable timepiece inspection system for railroad chronometers. He established strict pointers 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 (at the moment headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland). The corporate at present 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 a substitute of SuperLuminova), anti-magnetic safety, shock resistance, crown safety techniques and chilly temperature endurance.
A classical railroad heritage, the “Trainmaster” timepieces are made within the absolute respect for the values of precision, reliability and custom of the BALL legacy and have a sapphire crystal case again.
Ball Men’s NM1058D-LL9J-WH ‘Trainmaster’ White Dial Brown Leather Strap Day Date Royal Blue Limited Edition Swiss Automatic Watch