In 1891, Webster Clay Ball (Mr. Ball) was commissioned to set the standard for timepieces for the United States Railways. Today, the Swiss COSC Observatory standard, the gold standard for modern mechanical timing, is also based on BALL’s official railway timepiece standard. Today, Ball Watch is not only accurate in harsh environments, but its self-luminous miniature gas lamp with a life span of 25 years adds to the human spirit.
A watch that is still extremely clear in the dark
To celebrate the 125th anniversary of the establishment of BALL Watch, the brand is proud to introduce the limited-production Engineer II Genesis model. The scales at 6, 12, and 9 positions use self-luminous micro-gas lamps with a thickness of 1mm, making the luminous brightness unparalleled. And its patented anti-magnetic anti-vibration device can withstand extremely strong external impact. Available in diameters of 40 mm or 43 mm with black or blue dials. The bottom cover can be engraved with a personal name, which is a timepiece specially designed for customer personalization. This watch ensures extreme clarity in harsh environments and is designed to illuminate the heroes who live.
Ball Watch ENGINEER II Genesis watch, stainless steel case, diameter 40 or 43 mm, thickness 13.55 mm, black or blue dial, anti-glare sapphire crystal, hour, minute, second, date and day display, hours, minutes, The second hand and the surface are inlaid with a total of 28 self-luminous micro-gas lamps, BALL RR1102 automatic movement, shock resistance through 5,000Gs impact test, waterproof 100 meters / 330 feet, stainless steel strap with buckle or calfskin belt with pin buckle.
Consumers will be able to order online and pay in full at the 125th anniversary exclusive discounted price. This exclusive discounted price reservation will end on December 31, 2015. Online booking will be shipped around March 2016 (tentative, subject to arrival). Reservations can also be purchased at various BALL Watch stores and distributors at publicly available retail prices starting May 2016.
The Engineer II Genesis model has a total of 28 self-luminous micro gas lamps mounted on the hour, minute, second hand and the surface; the scales at 6, 12, and 9 positions all use self-luminous micro gas lamps with a thickness of 1 mm.
Notes for ordering:
BALL Watch must charge the customer full payment before confirming the order.
Customers can pay online via VISA / MasterCard / PayPal.
After paying online, you will be contacted by a customer service specialist from your local Bolt branch, suggesting the details of picking and engraving
Pre-ordered in March 2016 (tentative, subject to actual arrival), pick up through your agreed Bohr agency
General terms and conditions can be found at ballwatch.ch
In case of any dispute regarding terms and conditions, BALL Watch reserves the right of final decision.
In addition to the train pattern and 125 th ANNIVERSARY engraved on the bottom cover of the Ball Watch Engineer II Genesis watch, pre-ordered consumers can also engrave their names for free.